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Thoroughly pleasant pub with a pretty garden and terrace, and it's very popular with local dog walkers. We stopped by for a morning coffee and found a very chatty and friendly coffee-house atmosphere.
Really welcoming village pub, with lots of outdoor space and dog-friendly areas. North of Ipswich and easy to find from the A12.
A totally extraordinary collection of sights and sounds here, with the docks behind you and a nature reserve with historic national defences dating from Henry VIII ahead.
A very quiet satellite of the larger (& more mountain bike full) Thetford Forest nearby.
Junction 51 Beacon Hill
Really close to the A14 Junction 51, this is a handy stop with the dog. There's plenty of off-lead stretching space, and dogs can sniff in a nice mix of grass and rougher wildflower banks.
Dogs welcome all year round. It's a great beach to walk along - we didn't let Jem swim as there seemed to be quite an undertow and he's not a strong swimmer.
Fairly close to the A134 and yet in deepest countryside. Very relaxing and with a holiday feel.
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.
Plenty to entertain drivers, families and dogs here, with a dog-friendly castle where Mary Tudor went for glory, a choice of dog-friendly pubs and an historic town with brightly painted houses.
A gentle woodland walk through a nature reserve. Birds were singing loud Spring songs when we were here and it's a pleasant short walk and change of scene.
A rather marvellous village with a castle, two dog-friendly pubs and best of all a fantastically lonesome and atmospheric walk beside the river. Definitely worth a visit for a taste of Suffolk.
Glorious heathland on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. The River Ouse is nearby, and this is a great place for short or long walks.