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We saw on the map that Bungay had a castle.
Picture perfect dog-friendly pub on the River Waveney, and just the place for spending a hot summer's afternoon.
A gloriously rambling Victorian pub, almost hidden under some rampant wisteria. Dogs are welcome and there's a pretty shaded garden for hot days.
Stunning 600-year old building, complete with priesthole, witch marks and incredible timbers. It's dog-friendly of course, and well worth a visit just to soak in the atmosphere.
A 17th century coaching inn in the middle of an attractive village. This is a great place to base yourself when exploring the surrounding and dogs can stay overnight too.
A chance to take a walk with the dog and visit this country pub set in a very pretty riverside village.
Traditional Norfolk Broads pub where dogs and kids are welcome, and they do smashing cream teas too.
A popular and dog-friendly waterside inn with a large garden where you can watch the comings and goings on the water. The pub itself is said to be one of the oldest on the Broads.
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.
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.
It's worth taking a driving break in this small town, with some interesting independent shops and a dog-friendly hotel where you can always find food and coffees available.