|Phylis||-- Jun-7-2018 @ 7:31 AM|
We have recently acquired a small rescue dog so have changed our summer holiday plans from a two week cruise on the Thames to a two week cruise on the Norfolk Broads as we figured it would be more dog friendly.
But that then got us thinking as to which pubs and restaurants are dog friendly and we just don't know as we have never had to think about it before.
So we are hoping that you helpful lot can point us in the right direction of good pubs and places to eat where we can take Sydney.
Also any recommendations for moorings near good dog walking would be much appreciated.
|boat-mad||-- Jun-7-2018 @ 8:09 AM|
This Post should be worth a look.
|Phylis||-- Jun-7-2018 @ 10:02 AM|
Thank you. Had not seen that. Quite a list to be going at
|Helmsman1946||-- Jun-7-2018 @ 10:04 AM|
The Lord Nelson Reedham on the Yare (south rivers) have moorings opposite pub which can be booked
or their FB page
(Their web page is totally obsolete & they don't know who is paying for it)!
This message was edited by Helmsman1946 on Jun-7-18 @ 12:31 PM
|Chicol||-- Jun-7-2018 @ 2:58 PM|
Hi,we have been in these in last few months with spike,
White horse Upton, lion Thurn, kings arms ludham, recruiting sergeant cotishal, the one by the bridge in wroxham, ship in south Waltham, pub in netishead , nelson at horsey, in fact only ever found one that does don't allow dogs, the second pub from the river at cotishall
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