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Junction 51 Beacon Hill
Really close to the A14 Junction 51, this is a handy stop with the dog. There's plenty of off-lead stretching space, and dogs can sniff in a nice mix of grass and rougher wildflower banks.
Dogs are welcome on all of the beach in winter, and for the central beach area there are designated dog areas between May 1st and September 30th. These are signed and easy to find.
A totally extraordinary collection of sights and sounds here, with the docks behind you and a nature reserve with historic national defences dating from Henry VIII ahead.
You and your dog will be made very welcome at this homely and traditional pub just off the Harborough Road. Its kerb appeal isn't great, but once inside it's spacious, clean and friendly.
Junction 58 Seven Hills
Popular, dog-friendly and all-round nice welcoming pub with some good walks from the door. The roadside verges and hedgerows around here are just bursting with life and flowers in summer.
Riverside walk with several views of the Great Ouse, a working mill and a dog-friendly pub. People come here on holiday, and it's easy to see why. As a dog-friendly stop off the A14 it's brilliant.
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.
Junction 30 Dry Drayton Interchange
Village pub with good cafe menu in a pub ambience. Dogs are welcome and the garden is quite large. The walk is very short and boisterous dogs will feel cheated. Less than a mile from the A14.
A lovely varied dog walk off the A14, combining lush woodland with the estuary of the River Orwell. Totally perfect for dogs.
An award winning and dog-friendly pub, set in a quintessentially Suffolk village. Expect to see thatched cottages in abundance and an enormous church, with a gloriously crooked house next to it.
This pretty village, with cottages painted in pastel shades, is a delight for a driving break and a chance to admire some typical Suffolk charm.
Dog-friendly pub right on the Great Ouse river, and with dog walks straight from the door.