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Really lovely walk amongst ever changing scenes of the natural world. Definitely a great place to stand, stare and breathe deeply.
A stylish dog-friendly dining pub at the base of a hill. Rather unusual and exciting in Norfolk.
A walk that feels like an extra-terrestrial experience as you cross the massive expanse of saltmarshes here. A genuinely awesome outdoor moment with the dog and highly recommended.
We set off from our pub base in Wells to find the sea and walked to Holkham Estate and back across the endless sands and dunes.
A romp on the village green with the dog, and a handily placed pub with very tasty food for a snack on the go or a meal with friends. Also a good destination pub if you're bored of the coast.
The walk starts at a cafe where dogs are more than welcome. There are plenty of water bowls and the tables have rings so that you can safely attach your dogs leads.
The River Yare runs along the edge of Earlham Park in Norwich. The park is dog friendly with lots of space to run and has a dog-friendly cafe.
Dog friendly beach, and it's backed by some really interesting nature habitats (where dogs need to be o leads). Lovely for families interested in nature and dogs.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village and where families and dogs are made welcome.
If you're looking for a proper meal on your journey, this dog-friendly gastro-pub could well fit the bill. The French chef is a real enthusiast of local produce and clearly loves his job.
Expect a laid-back and relaxed feel here, with a small terrace behind the pub. Very handy for the nearby caravan park.
A gentle dog walk in woodland on well signed paths, and a historic chapel ruin to admire too. Just a little down the road is the happy and dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms.