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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

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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Escape to this 17thC cottage

Escape to this 17thC cottage

Lovejoys Mill: A gorgeous new (17th century!) holiday cottage in Suffolk has become available to rent through The Grove Cottages, a boutique letting agency specialising in romantic retreats in Suffolk and north Essex. Lovejoy’s Mill is a beautifully restored and converted water mill which sleeps two people and it sits at the end of a…

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The special selection of Unique Holiday Cottages

The special selection of Unique Holiday Cottages

At the Grove Cottages we have a great range of Unique Holiday Cottages and to stay in one of these is a truly special experience. You are unlikely to find anything similar anywhere else, with each cottage having its own unique, lovely feel about it. A favourite of ours is the unique holiday cottage Water…

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Our hand picked selection of Quirky Holiday Cottages

Our hand picked selection of Quirky Holiday Cottages

These unusual self-catering holiday cottages can be a truly wonderful experience for that special, romantic holiday away. This handpicked selection of quirky holiday cottages include some fantastic features that are very unique and make the cottage even more of a joy to be in. A quirky favourite of ours is the Inglenook fireplace, such as…

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Flatford Mill, Constable Country

Flatford Mill is on the river Stour and was where England’s greatest landscape artist John Constable, was born and painted many of his most famous paintings like the ‘Haywain’ which have defined the English countryside and which make Suffolk feel so ‘right’ when you visit it for the first time. There is a National Trust…

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