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andrewleighcook
Apr-05-2012 @ 11:18 AM                           Permalink
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Hi to you Forum Members.Can any one tell me where theses Dog friendly pubs are around the Broadsthat you can to take your Dog in to for a Pint or a Spirit two including a Meal?

Andrew

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Apr-05-2012 @ 11:35 AM                           Permalink
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Bridge Inn - Acle
The Lion - Thurne
The Dog - Ludham (probably a bit obvious, lol)
Reedcutter - Cantley
Beauchamp Arms - Buckenham
Lord Nelson - Reedham
Ship - Reedham
Ferry - Reedham
Swan - Stalham
Fishermans - Burgh Castle

Could anyone tell me if the following are also dog/child friendly

Swan - Horning
Ferry - Horning
New Inn - horning
King arms - Ludham
Maltsters - Ranworth
Waveney - Waveney River Centre
Dukes Head - Somerleyton
Swan - Loddon
New Inn - Rockland
Bell - St. Olaves
Berney Arms - by Breydon water
Wayford Bridge Hotel - Wayford Bridge
Ferry - Surlingham

hope this helps




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Apr-05-2012 @ 12:17 PM                           Permalink
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There is a 'sticky' thread but it may be a little out of date.  

Dog friendly pubs

Maybe you could update what you know? And bringing it to the top will have the added bonus of encouraging others to contribute and keep all the info in one place.  

Alternatively try the search box as it is a topic which comes up regularly.

Hope this helps.



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Apr-05-2012 @ 12:34 PM                           Permalink
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Is there a mimimum age for dogs to drink pints and spirits in pubs?
our border collie is 14 months?  Smile  Smile

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This page on the Pleasure Boat Inn site says it all!

Check out the Gallery page too. They'll be more doggie customers revealed soon!

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Had dogs all my life, gun dogs and normally two. That is one at peak going out, one over the puppy bit and coming on.
I'll take them in the public bar of the local where we shooters go but would never take them in a food area.
If I walked into a restaurant and there was a dog other than a guide dog in there I would turn on my heal.
Very anti-social to expect others to watch your dog scratching, sniffing and licking it's bits when they are trying to enjoy a meal.

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Also what some may consider a clean dog others find very smelly.

Captain Howe.
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Not a Theme Park.
The Broads need the winter to recover, the numbers are becoming too great and the grey water too damaging.

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Hi to you Forum folks. I would like to say a thank you for your help of identifying Dog friendly Pubs. I do know Griff has got a very well trained behaved Dog when he's out on B A and visits some of the Pubs on the Broads. Many thanks once again for your help on this Dog Friendly Pubs around the Broads.

I wish all you Forum Members a Happy Easter.

Andrew

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The New Inn at Rockland is dog-friendly - water and treats as well as a fuss from Paula.

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"Very anti-social to expect others to watch your dog scratching, sniffing, and licking it's bits while you are trying to enjoy a meal!"

Not all dogs do the above all the time! Many will sit quietly under a table and you will not know they are there!
Personally we would rather eat with a dog next to us than a smelly smoker! Yes they have to go outside to have their fix, often between courses but they still come back in smelling like a stale ashtray! That spoils our meal and is also anti-social!!!
Each to their own opinion!
Regards...Alan and Linda.

"Home is where our Hound is!" ...(In our case rescued Hounds!)

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