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Within easy reach of the A12 this attractive thatched and dog-friendly inn makes a good place to take a break or simply meet up with friends.
A chance to take in part of the Suffolk coast path, and get a feel for this slightly eerie and watery world. Wonderful for dogs, and some inspiring buildings and cultural activities.
A long straight path through ancient woodland is the perfect way to wind down during a long journey. Perfect for dogs and kids, and very quiet.
A very hospitable seaside town for dogs and their owners, with plenty of walking space on the beach and two dog-friendly pubs with rooms, and cafes as well. Terrific, especially when the sun shines.
A big rustic pub with a sea view and easy access to a great dog walk. This is a fab pitstop on the A12, or just for time-out if you're in the area.
Busy dog-friendly pub on the main road and just outside the village. In the village itself you'll find several antique shops and an excellent delicatessen.
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.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
Pretty and dog-welcoming village inn, with friendly and efficient service. It feels like a world away from busy Ipswich.
A real hideaway of a long sandy beach with no dog restrictions on the beach itself, and a locals' hidden gem.
A more open part of the forest, with broader paths and plenty of space for dogs to run around.
You're really eating on the waterfront here, with working fishermen unloading their catch near the pub. Dogs get a great welcome. Not easy to find the first time!