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Pretty and dog-welcoming village inn, with friendly and efficient service. It feels like a world away from busy Ipswich.
Junction 28 Brook Street Interchange
A pleasant suburban dog-friendly pub with very easy access to woodland dog walks. Very convenient for the A12 or the M25.
A 40-minute circular walk from a dog-friendly pub, or just a doggie comfort break on the village green. Ideal for a driving break near Saxmundham.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
You'll park at the top of a large sloping meadow, with a wood carved monument to the local saint, Botolph. It's a fine place to view the marshes below and listen to the many bird calls.
A small village with postcard views whichever way you look. The church you'll walk past was painted several times by Constable and the village got a mention in the Domesday Book.
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 hidden gem of a dog-friendly country pub that we'll certainly be coming back to. Expect a warm welcome from the owners, and a short no-fuss dog walk from the door.
Easy walking in the forest, and a great spot for a picnic too. Ideal family stop and plenty of parking.
A fabulous dog walking and nature spotting area, with cafe and WCs and free parking for National Trust members.
A more open part of the forest, with broader paths and plenty of space for dogs to run around.
A handy place to stop for a picnic without needing to drive in circles on narrow country lanes.