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A welcome oasis of calm off the A140 close to Norwich. Expect to meet plenty of local dog walkers.
Rambling 17th century inn where dogs and walkers get a good welcome.
A very welcoming country pub with hearty eating for the hungry, and also snacks and light meals too. Children and dogs welcome.
Take the dog for a shortish walk over fields and then you'll find a dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village. 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.
You won't want to miss this one! A Georgian red brick, ivy-coated inn standing proud and posh in the middle of nowhere.
Popular with local dog walkers, this is a relaxing spot for a picnic and dog walk in quiet countryside.
Rather a nice dog-friendly pub where you can sit on the green and watch the world go by if the weather's fine. Kids have a play area by the pond, within easy reach of the tables.
On a sunny day the town and beach would sparkle. As it was, grey clouds took over and spoiled everything! Dogs are adored at the pub, and they also have a cottage for rent right by the beach.
Dogs on leads are welcome at this ruined monastery with a bit of a gloomy backstory. The cafe around the corner is excellent and spotlessly clean, with outside tables where dogs are welcome.
A stylish dog-friendly dining pub at the base of a hill. Rather unusual and exciting in Norfolk.
This is an extraordinary garden to visit. From a boggy field a farmer dug and dug and planted to create the unique gardens we see today.