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Dog-friendly country pub just outside Cambridge, and ideal for a weekend walk and meal well outside the city. Also handy for the A14 coming in from Bury.
When you and the dog are hungry and stuck in the middle of nowhere near Peterborough, this is a welcome bolthole from the faintly strange and otherworldly Fenland landscape.
Smart gastro-pub just outside Cambridge, and within a moment of the M11 Jct 13. The dog walk is a there-and-back over fields, and there's a shorter option if you need to keep your feet dry.
If you're heading towards Norfolk with the dogs, it's worth stopping here for a relatively uncrowded provisioning stop, and an easy to follow dog walk along the course of the old Nene.
A fenland dog walk and dog-friendly pub that's close to Wisbech. You're on the Old Bedford Levels here, home of the famous experiment that proved the earth isn't flat.
An easy to find dog-friendly pub and a very uncomplicated short dog walk just a minute away from the A12.
Bustling riverside town with wonderful oysters and an interesting river path to explore.
We loved this tiny village at the back of beyond, and the dogs had a great time on the walk here. The dog-friendly pub does cracking good food. All in all, a very dog-friendly find.
A short circular dog walk and a relaxed village pub with a popular outdoor space.
This yachting town is a delightful secret, and full of history and charm. All the pubs are dog-friendly and there are two fascinating dog walks.
A modern country park created out of former farmland, and it's now looking very natural and well-established. Different routes for walkers and other park users make it a relaxed place to take the dog.
A splendid dog-friendly pub. The village is near the foothills of the Quantock Hills and Francis Drake was married here in 1583.