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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 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.
The riverside location, warm welcome and fine selection of cask ales make this traditional village pub, a great destination.
Extraordinary village with purpose built holiday homes completed just before 1914. Today it looks like a film set and is a joy to wander around and channel some early 20th century elegance.
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 real hideaway of a long sandy beach with no dog restrictions on the beach itself, and a locals' hidden gem.
Hardwick Heath is a very popular dog walking space for Bury St Edmunds pooches.
A section of the Sandlings long distance footpath that's very suitable for dogs and the track is well-signed and easy to follow.
A more open part of the forest, with broader paths and plenty of space for dogs to run around.
Awesome big skies, and an almost end-of-the-world feel to this beach walk with marshes behind. Good pub, and also a cafe with perfect fish and chips.
A dog-friendly cafe/pub close to an easy stroll over aristocratic parkland makes an attractive spot to stop for a break. You've got the chance here to make all passengers happy.
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.