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Convenient place to stop for a short walk on clean paths, shopping, meals (inc breakfast) and to see something of this developed part of the town.
It's almost impossible to miss the advertising for Elveden on every major road nearby.
A lovely walk up and over one of the few hills in the Cambridge area. The walk gives stunning views over Cambridge and the surrounding area.
A country park with easy to follow walkies for dogs.
Lovely place to peacefully potter with the pooch and munch on a sarnie. There isn't actually a castle here any more, but what you can see is the tallest remaining castle mound in the UK.
This is a delightful rural break in the grounds of a former stately house. The park itself is quite large and the network of paths takes you through varied aspects of the grounds.
The Eagle's a traditional local, serving lunch every day and where dogs and families are welcome. Featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
A nature reserve within easy reach of the A11 - and it's a great place to experience the local nature up close. We love coming here because it smells and looks so different from the Midlands.
The Crown's very welcoming, and ideal for a stop no matter what time of day it may be. Dogs are welcome in the first bar, where you are able to have restaurant menu choices too.
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 friendly and welcoming country pub, with a 35 minute circular dog walk to keep Fido happy. Dog-friendly B&B rooms here too. Miles better than the A11 services nearby.
A visit here is a bit like stumbling onto the filmset of Robin Hood and finding Richard the Lionheart heading towards you. Just so fantastically old.