9 dog friendly pubs in Suffolk

Take your pooch to one of these dog friendly pubs. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Take your pooch to one of these dog friendly pubs. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Find out what pubs you can head to after a long walk with your four-legged friend.

Have you been to the White Hart Inn yet? Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Have you been to the White Hart Inn yet? Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The White Hart Inn, Boxford

This pub sits on the picturesque bank of the river box in the very centre of Boxford.

They have lots to choose from on their menu and they also have a takeaway option.

To find out more about the pub take a look at the website.

Enjoy an afternoon at The Castle Inn in Framlingham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Enjoy an afternoon at The Castle Inn in Framlingham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

Castle Inn on the Hill, Framlingham


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The Castle Inn stands on a very historic spot at the entrance to Framlingham Castle and is the perfect place to stop for a meal and an Aspall cider.

The pub is both dog friendly and child friendly.

If you want to know more before you visit have a look at the website.

The Bell Inn is a great place to take your dog after a long walk. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

The Bell Inn is a great place to take your dog after a long walk. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

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The Bell Inn, Saxmundham

This pub is a grade II listed building where you can relax with your friends, family and canine.

There is something on the menu that everyone will enjoy including a Sunday roast.

You can view the menu yourself by visiting the website.

Enjoy a meal at The Mariners Freehouse in Felixstowe. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Enjoy a meal at The Mariners Freehouse in Felixstowe. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The Mariners Freehouse, Trimley St Mary

The Mariners offer a great selection of real ale from local brewers.

As well as this they have over 60 specialist gins, a pizza oven and a BBQ - the perfect treat after a long walk.

Read what else you can enjoy at the pub by checking out the website.

Have a pint at The Kinds Head in Hadleigh. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Have a pint at The Kinds Head in Hadleigh. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The Kings Head, Hadleigh

A traditional British pub which is housed in a beautiful 16th century building.

Sample the treats on their menu with the whole family - even the furry ones.

To find out what else is on offer visit the website.

Your pooch will love The Westleton Crown in Saxmundham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Your pooch will love The Westleton Crown in Saxmundham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The Westleton Crown, Near Southwold

If you enjoy going on a dog walk in Aldeburgh and Soutwold you need to pop in here.

The Westleton Crown spoils you for choice when it comes to their menu and alcohol selection.

To learn more about the pub visit the website.

The Ship at Dunwich has something on the menu for everyone. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

The Ship at Dunwich has something on the menu for everyone. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The Ship at Dunwich, Dunwich

This pub offers a great choice of food and drink and the opportunity to stay the night.

Dogs will love The Ship as it has a massive garden for them to run around in.

To see the menu and opening times check out the website.

Head to The White Horse in Felixstowe this weekend. Picture: THE WHITE HORSE

Head to The White Horse in Felixstowe this weekend. Picture: THE WHITE HORSE - Credit: Archant

The White Horse Inn, Felixstowe

If you are taking a stroll with your pooch on the Felixstowe promenade why not pop in to The White Horse Inn for a beverage?

There is a lunchtime menu, evening menu and a Sunday menu incase you are peckish.

Everything you need to know is on the website here.

Have you visited the Limeburners Pub in Offton? You should. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Have you visited the Limeburners Pub in Offton? You should. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

The Limebruners, Ipswich

The Limebruners pub is a great place to enjoy a pint with family, friends and your dog.

There is a menu filled with treats and plenty of drinks for you to try - you can also relax in the beer garden.

Learn more about the history of the pub and what entertainment you can expect here.

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