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Cosy dog friendly pub/restaurant. Great food.
A magical place that you'll most likely have to yourself, and the dog. Honestly, if I'd known that Essex was like this we'd have been here for holidays long before now.
If you're looking for a dog-friendly B&B, or somewhere to rock up with the campervan or tent, this is an easy find just off the A12. And they do a good breakfast too,
A family-run country pub with plenty of space for a large beer garden and good sized children's play area. Dogs welcome too of course.
Dog-friendly coaching inn where you and the dog can take a break from Ermine Street (A603) and get a coffee in a village where the Romans used to stop to refill their water bottles.
Convenient dog and child-friendly pub to use for a meeting up, or to take a break before getting into Cambridge itself.
Another great village pub that's been saved by the community, and with a choice of walks from the door. Always good to find these hidden gems and support them.
Popular family and dog-friendly pub with a large car park and easy access from the main road.
Traditional village pub, very convenient for the War Museum and with a friendly atmosphere. Jem and I sat out in the garden with a book while the others went to the museum, and felt very comfortable.
Dog-friendly coaching inn that's very handy for the M11 and the Imperial War Museum at Duxford (not dog-friendly).
When only Thai food will do, and you're driving on the A10. Dog-friendly and good with kids.
If you've not explored much of Essex, this almost secret countryside is well worth a visit. The dog walk here crosses the River Stort, a very unspoiled waterway that rises and ends entirely in Essex.