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Easy to find dog-friendly pub, with plenty of parking. There's no dog walk of any length here, mainly because of the golf course which seems to take over the village.
The riverside location, warm welcome and fine selection of cask ales make this traditional village pub, a great destination.
A dog-friendly cafe/pub close to an easy stroll over aristocratic parkland makes an attractive spot to stop for a break. You've got the chance here to make all passengers happy.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
A light and airy traditional Suffolk pub with a large garden and loads of space. Dogs are welcome, and kids too. On a warm sunny day it would be so tempting to settle in for the afternoon.
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century Suffolk country pub that's had a lockdown refurbishment. Good food, reasonably priced and pretty quick service when we were there.
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 dog-friendly waterside inn very handy for the A130 near Wickford. We thought this village was bound to have a history of major battles to defend its bridge and the waterway, but apparently not!
Easy to spot and dog-friendly pub on the A39 not far from Minehead. Plenty of parking and an easy dog walk from the door, either on a green lane or down to the beach.
Traditional pub on the Worcestershire / Shropshire border. A warm welcome awaits and there is a fine walk on common land.
A charming pub with easy access to a paw stretch. Historically, the Duke of Marlborough's regiment often popped in for a quiet drink.
When you and the dog need wrapping in warm hospitality and amazing food, aim for this outstanding inn.