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Explore Dog Friendly Suffolk from one of our Barges

Dog Friendly Suffolk Holiday Cottage Barges

Dog Friendly Suffolk has so much to offer and either of our Holiday Cottage Barges are the perfect base to explore

Suffolk Dog Day in Dog Friendly SuffolkOk, we admit it, we’re a little biased. But we really love Dog Friendly Suffolk!

Open fields, wide skies, fresh air and clear streams. It really can be a K-9 paradise here.

There are literally hundreds of miles of footpaths and bridal ways here in Dog Friendly Suffolk. All of which are guaranteed to be enjoyed equally by two and four legged explorers. (though it’s important to note that Dog must be kept on leads when crossing farmland)

You could visit for months, walk everyday and still not see it all. 

Come and stay in Dog Friendly SuffolkJust one such example of what’s on offer here in Dog Friendly Suffolk is a wonderful 2 acre wild meadow recently opened just opposite our other Holiday Cottages at Woodfarm Barns (where we also offer top notch Dog-Friendly luxury holiday cottages by the way), which is a secure and peaceful place for your dogs to run free and let th

eir hair (…well fur) down.

We’ve worked hard to make the meadow a lovely place to visit for the four legged and two legged alike. You can read more about it by popping over to our other website here

We all love a trip to the sea side and Suffolk’s outstanding heritage coast offers many dog-friendly beaches.

Dog Friendly Suffolk Beaches

Walberswick, Aldeburgh, Felixstowe, Southwold and Dunwich (among others) offer a warm welcome to our Dog companions. Once again, over at the Woodfarm Barns website, we’ve put in the leg work for you and compiled lots of blog posts with all the information you could need for planning a visit to one of them. You can read some more info here

There are also a good variety of Dog Friendly attractions in Suffolk, where dogs on leads are always welcome. These include Framingham and Orford Castles, Bury St Edmunds Abbey, Leiston Abbey and Landguard Fort. Something for everyone. The good folks over at Dog People have compiled a page of links and information on these venues and you can read it here

We’re sure that you’ll enjoy a visit to Dog Friendly Suffolk almost as much as we love living here.