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Jonnyvee
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Evening all.
I know this has been asked before but I think it was quite a few years back so I'm after up to date information if possible.
We are visiting the broads the last week in September and starting at Wroxham.
Which pubs can we eat at that are dog friendly and also would we be best cruising the north broads at that time of year or heading to the south?
Thanks in advance.
Jon

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Aug-21-2017 @ 10:22 AM                           Permalink
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I'll start the ball rolling:

Northern Broads

The White Horse at Neatishead
The Dog Ludham'
Hotel Wroxham Wroxham
I assume the Lion at Thurne as it's run by the same people as the White Horse

Southern Broads

The Yare at Brundall
Ferry House Surlingham
New Inn Rockland
Waveney River Center
The Lady on the Lake Oulton

Plenty more with Beer gardens where dogs are welcome.

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Add to TT's list the Lion at West Somerton.

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Sutton Staithe hotel

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There is also The Rising Sun and Red Lion at Coltishal. The Swan and Ferry Inn at Horning

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Does the Swan allow dogs in the pub Garryn?

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Yes TT The Swan does. The New Inn doesn't though.

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Cheers for that Gary, we have always sat in the Garden with Bruno and if it's been raining gone elsewhere. Just assumed they didn't let dogs in as I'd never seen one in there. Just goes to show. pays to ask.

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Can add : The Maltsers outside, Ranworth. Dukes head, outside, Somerleyton. Wherry hotel, outside Oulton Broad. White Horse, inside Loddon.  The Swan, outside, Loddon.

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I was fairly sure that dogs were allowed in the bar (room on the right) at the Dukes Head.

Happy to be corrected if this is out of date though.

HB

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