Most of us like to go on adventures with our friends, our budding, furry ones dog friends and there’s absolutely no county which welcomes dogs over Suffolk.

With dog-friendly bars and lodging, even to the town of Bury St Edmunds opening their doors to them, your pet companions will be forced to feel entirely at home.


There is nothing more gratifying than seeing your puppy having the ability to go for a run and revel in the open area of ashore.

Throughout the months in the summertime a few beaches like Aldeburgh, Felixstowe, Lowestoft, and Kessingland have limitations, which is signposted. However, the shores in Southwold, Sizewell and Walberswick are liberated for puppies to go on during the summertime.

The magnificent National Trust website of Dunwich, that provides flowers of heather to perform, trendy breakers to throw in and also a tearoom with doggie refreshments, is open throughout the year. The only limitations are on Dunwich Heath throughout bird nesting time, as a result of the closeness of RSPB Minsmere. To learn more about taking your puppy to Dunwich, visit the National Trust site.


The city has formally announced itself as dog friendly! Through the roads and lanes you may observe the #dogfriendlybse paw print logo in the windows of separate cafes, bars and even a designer boutique. Away from the storefronts, refreshing water bowls are introduced each morning to safeguard your hound remains happy and hydrated.

After exploring the city with its double weekly market (Weds and Sat), venture out to the 200 acres of landscaped gardens in Nowton Park.

Keeping your dog on a lead, you are able to drift through the arboretum in front of a trip to the cafe with seating inside and outside for people with puppies.


Merely to demonstrate how much we adore dogs at Suffolk, there’s a day devoted to them. On Sunday 28th July it’s Suffolk Dog Day

In the gorgeous grounds of Helmingham Hall, dogs have their day with fun pet courses, many stalls selling what they might need and stalls selling delicious food to you.

Entry to occasion also includes entry into the famous 16th century gardens of Helmingham Hall, which makes it a fantastic day out for the entire family.


The option of lodging offering a mattress for the you and your puppy is increasing everyday. From resorts to self-catering cottages you’ll have the ability to find the ideal spot to break your thoughts after a day out and about. Having a comfy bed, treats and occasionally toys to play , your puppy won’t need to leave. And with the wide array of dog-friendly Suffolk holiday cottages available for lease, you will have many lovely options to choose from!


They’re the exact same bar but with just two titles. Here you’ll find both a dog-friendly and thoroughly odd bar. It’s among the few bars left with no pub (you select your beer right from the tap area ).

Just outside Stowmarket from the village of Stowupland is Your Crown, a richly renovated country bar with restaurant that specialises in real Neapolitan style pizzas. Dogs are welcome at the pub and backyard and do not forget to request a doggie treat from beneath the pub!

You’ll get some lovely dog-friendly bars near Bury St Edmunds too. The Crown in Hartest delivers homebrewed ales, a comprehensive wine list, along with high quality, locally sourced food.

On the shore, is Your Ship at Dunwich and The Westleton Crown, each of which have dog-friendly rooms for the night, along with The Crown Inn in Snape, that is well-known for its locally sourced food.

In Ipswich you’ll discover the Woolpack is a very pet friendly bar. Located in the middle of town, it is a wonderful spot to have a beverage and dinner following taking the dog for a relaxing stroll in Christchurch Park that is just across the street.


Walking is a really popular pastime in Suffolk, not only because the terrain is pretty flat but since there are several waymarked footpaths that make for a simple ramble.

1 excellent place to research and give your puppy a fantastic stretch is at that the Brecks, together with waymarked walks through woods and woodland. Here you’ll see lots of areas in the colour for a picnic and visit an assortment of wildlife. Close is Brandon Country Park in which there’s a selection of 5 different paths to choose.

In the afternoons, following the horses at Newmarket have experienced their morning excercise about the gallops, it is the puppies turn to burn off some energy. The gallops are located around town and there are tons of marked paths to follow.

The pretty city has a lot of places to eat, drink and unwind in.

Walking throughout the Dedham Vale, affectionately Called Constable Country about the Flatford along with Constable walking course will Provide you an insight to the Life Span of the painter, John Constable. Make sure to stop off in the National Trust’s riverside Tea Room for newly made scones and cakes.