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Hi Everyone
Can anyone tell me where it is possible to have a bar meal while accompanied by our well behaved pampered pooch.  Don't want to leave her alone on the boat but would also like to have some meals out.
I,m sure some of you dog owners will have this well sussed out.
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The White Horse Chedgrave is dog friendly as long as yours is accepted by the resident one. welcome to yourself by the way.

I could have sworn the book said turn right at the yellow marker at Yarmouth. I think that was coming the other way! Bill...

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Thanks so much Bill.  Just need another half a dozen and we'll be all set.
Jess

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Hi Jess a big welcome to the site
lots of the waterside pubs have tables outside so you can eat with the dog in comfort.
they also provide water bowls for doggies drinks.
hope this helps . Smile

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When you find them and try them out why not post reviews on the pub guide (see bottom of page) for the benefit of others

I could have sworn the book said turn right at the yellow marker at Yarmouth. I think that was coming the other way! Bill...

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Thanks Roya,
We will be visiting in July so hopefully it will be warm enough to sit outside.  Just need to know who allows dogs inside in case of bad weather.
Jess

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Jun-04-2005 @ 6:52 PM                           Permalink
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In general I've founf that pubs that are dog friendly tend to be more people friendly too. Geldston locks (couple of patrons had dogs that could have carried saddles), White Horse, Neatishead (I think), New Inn, Horning.

The places that tend to be dog unfriendly are usually owned by the mega chains - Swann, Horning, Bridge Acle. A good method of checking is if the place has signs for everything (queue here to place order, queue here to get order, queue here to ask permission, No smoking, no shirt no service, the fork is for your left hand knife in the right) there will probably be a NO Dogs sign too.

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Hi Jess try the Lion at Thurn dogs are welcome in the bar and there lots of tables outsidefoods not bad ether and the beer is good.

Robin

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A few more for you:

Lion at Somerton
Lion at Thurne
Dog at Ludham
White Horse at Upton

They all serve good beer as well Smile

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Thanks so much, glad I found this site, I didn't expect so much help so quickly.  We've been to the broads 4 times before but this will be the first time with our dog.  Oh forgot to mention 2 kids as well.


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