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Old fashioned pub serving home cooked food. Specializes in Tapas. Lovely beer garden. Dogs more than welcome but must be on a lead. Always fresh water at the ready.
A 12th century thatched dog-friendly inn, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Watch your head on the beams if you're a bit tall.
A fine place for a family and dog break where there's something to please everyone. At first you see the cafe and fun children's play area, and then you realise that there's a lot more going on here.
Nice dog walking place, with an on-lead restriction. The Boleyn family home was on this site, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue.
North of Norwich, this is the city's largest open space and popular with dog-walkers. You'll find over 180 acres of heath and woodland to explore here.
Friendly and welcoming pub, where the landlord has a mass of local knowledge at his fingertips. Dogs are welcome, and you'll probably encounter locals with their dogs too.
A gentle on-lead nature walk with the dog inside a country estate. We enjoyed the peace and tranquillity here.
A country pub with a hearty welcome for families, dogs and visitors to the area. It's close to Diss and easy to reach from the A140.
You won't want to miss this one! A Georgian red brick, ivy-coated inn standing proud and posh in the middle of nowhere.
A gentle stroll with the dog beside a river and over fields. The village and its pub are the stuff that tourism brochures are made of. Delightful.
What a sensational location this is. And it feels rather like taking the dog for a walk inside a Jane Austen novel. Could Mr Darcey be just around the corner?
Quiet tranquil woodland with plenty of fascinating scents for dogs to enjoy.