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Extremely cosy little pub with refectory tables nestling under sweetly smelling shrubs and flowers. Very sweet indeed! Awards have been won for 'cosiness' apparently.
Award-winning and dog-friendly gastro-pub just off the A12. A tip-top doggiestop for very lucky dogs and drivers.
Thriving little roadside pub where dogs are given a warm welcome. There's plenty of parking and easy access off the main road.
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!
A charming slice of Suffolk history here, with fine buildings built on the profits of the wool trade. If you visit the National Trust house then dogs have to be on leads because of the sheep.
Unmissable. An excellent place for a dog walk, with the bonus of some of England's most iconic landscape.
A gloriously rambling Victorian pub, almost hidden under some rampant wisteria. Dogs are welcome and there's a pretty shaded garden for hot days.
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.
A good dog-friendly pub that's worth stopping at, and a walk over fields to the bump of a country castle built by the Normans in the 1300s or so.
Lots of room for dogs to go nuts in the woods, and easy paths to follow. This part of Suffolk is blessed with excellent dog walks, and this is one of our favourites.
National Trust property with extensive grounds. There are restrictions for dogs, however this still leaves a massive amount of walkies space. This is within easy reach of Junction 42 of the A14.
A 12th century thatched dog-friendly inn, with a lovely atmosphere and good food. Watch your head on the beams if you're a bit tall.