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Lots of ideas for visiting Suffolk with your dog. There are tourist attractions, beaches, countryside rambles, pubs and tearooms listed that welcome dogs. Many events too, throughout the year are open to dogs as well as self-catering cottages, so don’t leave your dog at home, bring him or her along to share in the fun of a holiday or day out in Suffolk.

Written by Mark

Walking in Suffolk

Countryside around Nayland, Suffolk

Suffolk┬áis great walking country with its tranquil landscapes and no fewer than two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s thought of as being a fairly flat county, but actually it’s gently undulating which makes for easy walking along the 3,500 miles of public footpaths. Walking is a popular leisure pursuit in Suffolk, and there are…

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Romney, a holiday cottage in the Stour Valley

The walled garden at Romney in Suffolk

Sleeping up to five people, Romney in the lovely village of Cavendish is a beautiful Victorian cottage available as a holiday let through boutique cottage agency The Grove Cottages. This romantic holiday cottage has all the elements needed for a very special short break in Suffolk: deep sofas, a cosy log fire, a pleasant dining…

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Stonham Barns Sunday Car Boot: March to Mid November

Stonham Barns car boot sale

One of Suffolk’s friendliest Sunday car boot events taking place from 8am every Sunday from April 7 to end November. Well established regionally, the car boot sale is known for its one-off sellers and antiques – there is a regular crowd of sellers and buyers and a friendly atmosphere. Stonham Barns is on the Heart…

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Christmas in Suffolk

Farm Cottage, The Grove Cottages, Suffolk

The festive season has become rather frenetic for many people these days: lunches with colleagues, dinners with friends, get-togethers with the family, Christmas shopping and a host of other commitments that can leave us feeling exhausted when the Big Day finally arrives. There’s something quite appealing about the idea of ‘getting away from it all’…

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The Black Lion, Long Melford

Nestled next to Long Melford’s splendid church, The Black Lion is a 15th century inn offering fine accommodation, decent food and a lovely, laid back bar with comfy sofas to enjoy the views of the village green. As well as boasting the longest village High Street in England, Long Melford is a historic wool town…

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