Are you looking for a place to stop by for a mug of your favourite hot drink and a snack while you are out walking your dog?

Here are five of the best dog-friendly cafes to visit in Suffolk this winter. 

Paws for Tea Tearoom 

As the name suggests this cafe is the perfect place for a trip out with you and your fury friend. 

During the winter months, the cafe is only open between Fridays and Sundays. 

It is a great place to stop off after a walk around the common serving a variety of hot drinks and snacks as well as light lunches. 

Where: Woodview Farm, The Common, Beccles

Farm Cafe + Shop 

The much-loved cafe has been building up a reputation for greatness since in opened in 2001. 

Over the years the cafe has been awarded numerous awards including the Traveller's Choice Award from Tripadvisor for the past three years in a row. 

Well-behaved dogs must be kept on a lead at all times when in the cafe and shop. 

Where: Main Road (A12), Marlesford, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP13 0AG

Honey and Harvey

The ever-growing Suffolk coffee brand is a great place to take your four-legged friend. 

There are also Honey and Harvey cafes in Woodbridge and Melton, which are both dog-friendly as well. 

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Their menu features mouth-watering sandwiches, lazy brunches, and tasty cakes.

Where: Queen Street, Ipswich

Really Rather Good

Open seven days a week Really Rather Good is located in the heart of Bury St Edmunds. 

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Providing locally sourced products the cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and afternoon teas. 

It is a great place to stop off after a stroll through the Abbey Gardens. 

Where: 31 Abbeygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 1LW

Painters at the Angel

Well-behaved dogs might be lucky enough to get a little treat when at Painters in Sudbury. 

The cafe recently took over the Angel pub in Sudbury in a move to a bigger premises. 

A warm and welcoming atmosphere greets you as you walk into the cafe which also has a nice size garden. 

Where: 43 Friars Street, Sudbury