Dog-friendly accommodation in Suffolk

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Dog-friendly accommodation in Suffolk

If you're looking for dog-friendly cottages for a holiday in Suffolk, a good idea would be to visit Stowmarket, a wonderful town 20 minutes by car, north of Ipswich. Stowmarket has a vast array of interesting places and footpaths for you and your dog to visit such as the Museum of East Anglian Life, a mostly outdoor museum which covers 75 acres of landscape, here you can find brilliant gardens, wildlife and a variety of plants unique to the area. Not far from Stowmarket, you can also find Helmingham Hall Gardens, also a dog friendly place of interest which even holds multiple events, including Suffolk Dog Day, held every summer.

For excellent walks, there is a huge selection of dog-friendly accommodation in Suffolk that are near popular walking trails. Walking through the smaller villages comes highly recommended too as the traditional British architecture gives each village its own character. A good end to a long day walking would be a trip to a local pub as most in Suffolk will allow dogs. Go for a long walk around Dedham Cale, and area on the Suffolk-Essex border. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty was inspiration to many a painter, most notably the paintings of John Constable. If you have dog friendly accommodation in Suffolk by the sea, you could also take your pet to the beach as there are many miles of dog friendly beaches however some beaches have dog restrictions during the summer months. On the other hand, beaches such as Dunwich beach are open all year round to dogs.


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