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A circular 6.8 mile saunter through cobbled streets, quayside, beach and woodland. This route will take you two to three hours depending on your pace and if you have little legs in tow. There is potential for two pit stops along the way, Wells Beach Cafe with doggy water bar and The Lookout Cafe at Holkham Nature reserve. This route is super dog friendly and varies from sea views, quayside hustle and bustle, to peaceful nature reserve.


A circular route from Great Wilbraham to Fulbourn and back, wellies recommended. This is one for nature and history lovers alike - The Wilbrahams date back to the bronze age and rumour has it that Roman settlements were made in the surrounding woodland. Plus, Wilbraham Common is home to uncommon flora including purple milk-vetch, felwort, meadow saxifrage, green-winged orchid and sulphur clover. This route is 5.5 miles over field and fen.


From Inn to Inn, our circular walking route begins from either The Ship or The Westleton Crown and explores dog-friendly Dunwich beach, Westleton woodland and common and skirts the edge of Minsmere Nature Reserve. Perfect for bringing the trusty hound along on the adventure with a pit stop at either (or both) of our pubs - don't forget to check out the doggy menus - this route is thirsty work, clocking in at 5 miles.

The Packhorse Inn, Moulton, Suffolk

A scenic circular route marked by three village churches in Moulton, Gazeley and Dalham. This walk will take a couple of hours over fields, through woodland, along village lanes and past stud land. There are three opportunities to quench your thirst - with us at The Packhorse Inn, at The Chequers in Gazeley and The Afleck Arms in Dalham. This is a dog-friendly route with only a couple of stretches where you may want to put your furry pal on lead.

Printed walking maps with full route descriptions can be picked up from our pubs or found on our websites for a digital view. Always wear appropriate footwear for these walks, pack a bottle of water and your dog poo bags (bins can be found along the route or back at the pubs).

Visit our doggy destination for discovering Chestnut pubs through the eyes of our favourite furry pals, Chestmutts.


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