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Hardwick Heath is a very popular dog walking space for Bury St Edmunds pooches.
A very quiet satellite of the larger (& more mountain bike full) Thetford Forest nearby.
A traditional village inn that's dog-friendly and really well placed for walks in Thetford Forest.
An enormous Forestry Commission run forest park, with plenty for dogs, kids and walkers to enjoy.
Small country pub, friendly, basic menu but well cooked fantastic value, quirky and welcoming. Gets great reviews for dog-friendliness.
This is a small but beautiful riverside park and has the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle, although there's not much left to see. Plenty of dog walks here and it's an ideal place to relax.
It's an extraordinary thought that this house was built in the late 1400s and the same family has lived here through all the centuries, and political changes and wars in the meantime.
A charming slice of Suffolk history here, with fine buildings built on the profits of the wool trade. If you visit the National Trust house then dogs have to be on leads because of the sheep.
From the road it's impossible to guess at the real size and age of this historic and interesting dog-friendly pub. The garden is large and it feels as if you're sitting alone in the countryside.
Fairly close to the A134 and yet in deepest countryside. Very relaxing and with a holiday feel.
A gentle woodland walk through a nature reserve. Birds were singing loud Spring songs when we were here and it's a pleasant short walk and change of scene.
A wonderful 14th century building houses this dog-friendly inn, and there's a pretty village walk too.