Journey through pretty Suffolk coastal towns like Southwold, Walberswick and Aldeburgh, where you can while away the days browsing through the antique shops, crabbing in the creeks that lead down to the beach, or just relaxing and whiling away the afternoon at a cosy country inn, many of which will welcome both you and your dog.
Please scroll down the page for a list of cottages in Suffolk where pets are welcome.
Fosker's Cottage, near Lavenham, Suffolk
Sleeps 6. Situated in the heart of the pretty village of Monks Eleigh with its village green, great pub and shop, this attractive, Grade II listed thatched cottage boasts a lovely cottage garden.
Owl's End, Wattisham, Suffolk
Sleeps 8 - 10. One of three renovated former farm buildings and surrounded by a moat, Owl's End oozes charm and character with exposed beams and oak floors. Private hot tub.
Mendham Hall, Bungay, Suffolk
Sleeps 12. The former home of renowned artist Sir Alfred Munnings, this superb, heavily beamed Grade II listed house is surrounded by lovely Suffolk countryside, just half an hour's drive from the Suffolk Heritage Coast.
Poppy Cottage, Lavenham, Suffolk
Sleeps 4 - 6. Medieval Lavenham is one of the jewels of Suffolk, and this Grade II listed, 15th century detached cottage enjoys a secluded position in the heart of this old wool town. It benefits from period features, off-street parking and a lovely, walled sunny garden.
Pump Cottage, Stansfield, Suffolk
Sleeps 4. This cute 16th century thatched cottage enjoys its own little private garden and is full of character with wood-burning stove, beams and low ceilings. The old wool towns of Long Melford, Lavenham and Clare are nearby.