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A traditional waterside pub on the Broads, the kind you see in tourist brochures yet rarely find! Fantastically rural, expect to hear cockerels crowing, and very welcoming.
A small locals' pub with great value traditional food and a dog walk that's perfect in dry weather.
Wonderfully placed pub where you can watch the chain ferry, take a breather, walk the dog and just enjoy the space.
Thurlaston Garden Centre has a tearoom called Gardener's Rest.
Nice old English Pub. Pool, darts great range of ales and ciders
Welcoming and dog-friendly pitstop near the A47. They specialise in grills, and also have the village shop inside the pub.
This dog-friendly pubs sits so close to the village church you could almost be sitting in the churchyard! Except there's a London taxi and street food wall to make it feel different.
A gentle dog walk in woodland on well signed paths, and a historic chapel ruin to admire too. Just a little down the road is the happy and dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms.
The dog-friendly pub is easy to find, and then you mustn't leave without looking at the rest of the village.
Jem was oddly self-conscious about posing in the secret gnome garden of this friendly and welcoming dog-friendly pub.
We loved the walk here by fields of very large, contented oinking pigs. The dog-friendly pub has a country feel and good home cooking.
A priory once stood where the dog-friendly pub is now, on the highest ground around. A generous waterside terrace overlooks the broad.