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Dog Friendly Pubs in Suffolk

Suffolk has a wide range of Dog Friendly Pubs dotted all over the county & while some request that you keep your pets in the garden or terrace area, many allow pets inside the pub as well. Here's a selection of pubs across Suffolk which allow pets either in the pub or in the garden.

Red Lion Kirtling Pub

Dog & child friendly, the Kirtling Red Lion is a traditional village pub in a stunning location in the heart of the picturesque village of Kirtling, near Newmarket. You'll receive a warm welcome here, as well as fantastic home cooked food, so if you're in the area with your hound be sure to drop in.

Middleton Bell

The Middleton Bell is a great option for locally sourced, home cooked food. There's a friendly bar area for pub meals which is dog friendly, as well as a restaurant for lunch and evening meals (no dogs allowed). Complete with water bowl by the open fire and doggy treats behind the bar, both you and your dog will receive a warm welcome in this village pub!

Dog Friendly Pubs

Dog friendly pubs and restaurants in Suffolk

The Star Inn, Wenhaston, is a warm and friendly local village inn with a large garden, great food & drink and on-site camping by prior arrangement. Well behaved dogs are allowed and will be welcomed by the 2 dogs behind the bar!

Pubs to take dogs Suffolk

Near the Coast the Westleton Crown and The Ship Inn, Dunwichare both great options for dog lovers - not only is there a water bowl in the bar and some treats behind the bar, but both also allow dogs in their bedrooms too - so make a weekend of it! Mutley will love running along the beach at Dunwich any time of the year - find out more about
dog friendly beaches in Suffolk here

Dog Friendly Pubs

Further down the Coast at Snape Maltings The Plough and Sail is a great place to stop for a bite to eat before one of Aldeburgh Music's concert as dogs are allowed in the bar area. This is a large, friendly pub run by 2 brothers, and you may be inclined to skip the concert and order another course as their food is superb.

With so many options to choose from, you're never far from a dog friendly pub in Suffolk. If you'd like more information on Dog Friendly places in Suffolk, see Dog Friendly Suffolk, or check out Dog Friendly Beaches in Suffolk.

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