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If your dog is safe on a cliff top walk, there's lots to enjoy here. A dog-friendly beach, cafe and plenty of canine company.
Quirky little country pub with interestingly re-purposed objects creatively livening up an otherwise traditional feel.
Wow - this dog walk starts from a picture-perfect rose bedecked village with the village shop and tearoom at its heart. A winning spot for playing "if we lived here ..."
A very attractive Yorkshire village in the Howardian Hills with dog-friendly refreshments at a cafe or the village inn, and a shop too for picnic essentials.
An easy linear walk for the dog, and a dog-friendly country pub for refreshments too.
A really deceptive dog-friendly country inn with loads more space than you'd guess from the outside. It's been lovingly designed and feels really comfortable as soon as you step in.
The inn has new owners (2021) and is still dog-friendly and has very easy access from the main road as well as dog-friendly B&B rooms.
As well as a long, long beach with loads of dogs and no restrictions, you could also take a boat trip here. Or take the seasonal foot ferry to nearby Walberswick.
A popular dog-walking spot with a network of paths and open space for dogs. It's a nature reserve, so leads are required and you may encounter grazing beasties at certain times of the year.
A massive shingle beach where dogs are allowed year round.
Not so long ago there was a thriving village where the car park is today. Now it's an accessible walk and cycle route that's popular with local dog walkers.
Woodland dog walk with a mix of open glades, wide paths and more natural side paths, and with seats and picnic tables popping up from tme to time throughout.