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Hugely popular as a tourist destination, dogs also have the chance of excellent walks by the river and across fields.
You'll park at the top of a large sloping meadow, with a wood carved monument to the local saint, Botolph. It's a fine place to view the marshes below and listen to the many bird calls.
Sand and pebble, dog friendly all year round with no tide restrictions.
Huge parkland with enough to keep every dog happy.
Dogs will love the mixture of woodland, river and grassy spaces here for a really good romp. It's close to Junction 12 of the A12 and is pawfect for a doggiestop.
Popular dog walking park, and near the A12 if you want to give Fido a quick break before heading into London. There's a lot of sporty stuff going on here, but still space for a good dog walk.
Dogs welcome all year round. It's a great beach to walk along - we didn't let Jem swim as there seemed to be quite an undertow and he's not a strong swimmer.
Lots of room for dogs to go nuts in the woods, and easy paths to follow. This part of Suffolk is blessed with excellent dog walks, and this is one of our favourites.
Country pub with instant access to woodland dog walks. It's got a rural real-ale atmosphere, and outside tables for the summer. Around 2 miles from the A12.
Unmissable. An excellent place for a dog walk, with the bonus of some of England's most iconic landscape.
Extraordinary village with purpose built holiday homes completed just before 1914. Today it looks like a film set and is a joy to wander around and channel some early 20th century elegance.
Sand and shingle beach in the middle of town.
Brilliant place for a wander with the dog, and nature spotters will find a surprising variety of wildlife to get excited about.
Enormous and highly dog-friendly beach all year round.
Southwold beach has summer restrictions for dogs, so head instead for the dog-friendly Denes - north of the main beach.
An interesting beach overlooked by the power station but brilliant for dogs with shingle and sand dunes.
There are marked trails through this gorgeous country park, which attracts many dog walkers all year round. Plenty of space for zooming and socialising.
Dogs welcome all year round.
The biggest park in the area, and full of extraordinary bits of London heritage - like a seat made out of some of the stones of the old London Bridge when it was demolished inthe early 1800s.
Bridle paths and long forest walks are possible in the hundred acres of woodland here. Small routes through the park and forest have disabled/pushchair access.
Country park with visitor centre, deer park and forest walks
This is a very tranquil place where dogs can enjoy a walk around the lakes, meadows and woods in the grounds of a former palace. There's also a walled garden to admire.
Forestry Commission forest with its very own UFO trail, created to celebrate UFO sightings in the 1980s. Plenty of other paths also available and this is a fabulous family and dog walking space.
One of the largest areas of common land in Greater London and a popular dog walking place.
A peaceful nature reserve where you can relax and enjoy the sounds of birdsong and chirruping insects. It's a delightful spot for a gentle stroll with the dog and a picnic.
A lovely expanse of heathland which is great for dogs. This is part of the large network of nature reserves Suffolk and dogs should be on leads during bird nesting times, roughly March to August.
Rural inn with a friendly welcome and a marvellous dog walk from the door.
Super dog-friendly pub with long opening hours and a dog walk or swim from the door. And amazing sea food.
Dog-friendly country pub with strong community ties, and good dog walks on the doorstep. It's midway between Chelmsford and Colchester.
Dog-friendly country pub near the A12 and in the countryside between Chelmsford and Colchester.
Easy to find dog-friendly pub with a dog walk near the A12, and still a country pub with a walk that dogs will enjoy.
A rather marvellous village with a castle, two dog-friendly pubs and best of all a fantastically lonesome and atmospheric walk beside the river. Definitely worth a visit for a taste of Suffolk.
Awesome big skies, and an almost end-of-the-world feel to this beach walk with marshes behind. Good pub, and also a cafe with perfect fish and chips.
Historic coaching inn set in a very attractive village, and a great place for a doggiestop just off the A12. If you're staying nearby the pub has an excellent reputation for its food.
Within easy reach of the A12 this attractive thatched and dog-friendly inn makes a good place to take a break or simply meet up with friends.
Popular dog-friendly inn that's close to the coast path and also not that far away from the A12 for a doggiestop. Narrow lanes to get there.
The famous ship burial at Sutton Hoo is the big draw here.
Award-winning and dog-friendly gastro-pub just off the A12. A tip-top doggiestop for very lucky dogs and drivers.
Thriving little roadside pub where dogs are given a warm welcome. There's plenty of parking and easy access off the main road.
A really good sized forest where dogs can happily run off-lead and have a brilliant time.
Junction 28 Brook Street Interchange
A pleasant suburban dog-friendly pub with very easy access to woodland dog walks. Very convenient for the A12 or the M25.
Plenty to entertain drivers, families and dogs here, with a dog-friendly castle where Mary Tudor went for glory, a choice of dog-friendly pubs and an historic town with brightly painted houses.
Popular country park for dog walking, and easy to find.
Wonderful combo of riverside dog walk, dog-friendly pub and the feeling you've taken a step out of the everyday world (in a good way!).
A small village with postcard views whichever way you look. The church you'll walk past was painted several times by Constable and the village got a mention in the Domesday Book.
A chance to take in part of the Suffolk coast path, and get a feel for this slightly eerie and watery world. Wonderful for dogs, and some inspiring buildings and cultural activities.
A long straight path through ancient woodland is the perfect way to wind down during a long journey. Perfect for dogs and kids, and very quiet.
A very hospitable seaside town for dogs and their owners, with plenty of walking space on the beach and two dog-friendly pubs with rooms, and cafes as well. Terrific, especially when the sun shines.
You're really eating on the waterfront here, with working fishermen unloading their catch near the pub. Dogs get a great welcome. Not easy to find the first time!
A hidden gem of a dog-friendly country pub that we'll certainly be coming back to. Expect a warm welcome from the owners, and a short no-fuss dog walk from the door.
A big rustic pub with a sea view and easy access to a great dog walk. This is a fab pitstop on the A12, or just for time-out if you're in the area.
A 40-minute circular walk from a dog-friendly pub, or just a doggie comfort break on the village green. Ideal for a driving break near Saxmundham.
Busy dog-friendly pub on the main road and just outside the village. In the village itself you'll find several antique shops and an excellent delicatessen.
Pretty and dog-welcoming village inn, with friendly and efficient service. It feels like a world away from busy Ipswich.
A real hideaway of a long sandy beach with no dog restrictions on the beach itself, and a locals' hidden gem.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
Close to the A12 for a driving break without faffing too much around to get there. And a straightforward dog walk over fields that's lovely on a dry day.
A fabulous dog walking and nature spotting area, with cafe and WCs and free parking for National Trust members.
A more open part of the forest, with broader paths and plenty of space for dogs to run around.
Easy walking in the forest, and a great spot for a picnic too. Ideal family stop and plenty of parking.
A handy place to stop for a picnic without needing to drive in circles on narrow country lanes.
A chance for a quiet and relaxing walk with the dog in gentle woodland with many small paths to follow. A dog-friendly pub is a short drive away.
As well as a long, long beach with loads of dogs and no restrictions, you could also take a boat trip here. Or take the seasonal foot ferry to nearby Walberswick.
Family and dog-friendly pub within easy reach of the A12 and Colchester.
A section of the Sandlings long distance footpath that's very suitable for dogs and the track is well-signed and easy to follow.