Waveney Valley Dog Friendly Guide
Of course, there are endless beautiful walks to enjoy with your four-legged friend in the Waveney Valley, but it's always useful to have some tips of other dog-friendly activities and places to go. Here's a few ideas.
East Anglian Transport Museum
Here’s a different day out for your dog! East Anglian Transport Museum welcomes well-behaved dogs to bring their owners along to discover the fascinating world of the area’s transport history. The museum has one of the widest ranges of preserved vehicles as any, including trams, buses and trolley buses. The ‘street scene’ layout of the museum gives a real essence of days gone by.
Waveney River Tours, Oulton Broad
Waveney River Tours have been operated from Oulton Broad since the 1970s, so captain and crew can offer excellent local knowledge during your trip on the water. There’s a choice of a 90-minute tour along the Waveney to Burgh St Peter and back or a 40-minute circular tour of Oulton Broad, both equally enjoyable. Onboard there is a licenced bar and cafe.
Self-drive day boats are also available.
Dog-Friendly Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes
You’re bound to find your own favourite places to eat out with your dog whilst on holiday in Suffolk, but here’s a list of our favourites in the Waveney Valley.
The Bear and Bells, Beccles - perfect for a cold beer after a dog walk along the river.
Paws for Tea - a cosy doggy cafe on Beccles Common, a popular spot for dog-walking.
The Green Dragon, Bungay - known locally for its Wednesday curry night.
The Artichoke, Broome - traditional home-cooked pub food is served here.
The Buck Inn, Flixton - The Sunday carvery comes highly recommended.
The Plough, Wissett - dogs welcome daytime only.
Cracks Pet Foods
22-24 Blyburgate, Beccles NR34 9TB
It's a Pet Thing
17-19 Market Place, Bungay NR35 1AP
Wherry Veterinary Group
Hillside Road East
Bungay NR35 1RX
Three Rivers Veterinary Group
Beccles NR34 9YU
Telephone: 01379 651183
Linden House Vetinary Centre
70 Mission Road