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They call themselves a 'willow shrouded riverside pub with jolly staff and lovely food' - and for once the description is absolutely right! Fabulously dog-friendly pub, with lots of outside tables and...
The character of Ambleteuse is largely defined by its role in military history, and there's a magnificent brooding ruin of a fortress on the stony beach. It's a Vauban fortress, with later additions.
If you're looking for a taste of rural Essex, a stop here for refreshments and a walk with the dog will transport you into a totally different mindset from the busy roads.
A handy spot for a stretch of the legs with the dog near Stansted if you're waiting for a flight to arrive and don't want to get to the airport too soon.
An easy dog walk and a dog-friendly village pub could be just the thing for a break from the A11. Quite remote walking and good for keeping your distance from the world.
A bustling tourist centre, with a fine dog walk and some dog-friendly pubs. Be prepared for quite a long stop here if you have Harry Potter fans on board or gardening enthusiasts.
The famous ship burial at Sutton Hoo is the big draw here.
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.
If you're travelling on the Stena Ferry to Holland from the UK your dog will enjoy a good long coastal walk before you get on the ferry.
Picture-perfect English village with a village green, duckpond, a windmill and quite a few tearooms as well as one dog-friendly pub. Gorgeous on a sunny day.
A charming pub with easy access to a paw stretch. Historically, the Duke of Marlborough's regiment often popped in for a quiet drink.
An 18th century inn close to the original tollhouse for Canterbury on the Dover Road. Dogs can be sure of a warm welcome here.