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You don’t want to leave your best friend outside, but fear not, there are plenty of pubs in Essex that hold a special welcome for your dogs.
Rose & Crown
Nayland Road, Great Horkesley, Colchester, Essex, CO6 4AH
The biggest advantage of this pub is that it’s just 2 miles down the road! Here you’ll find a nice quiet pub with lots of history, a wide range of wines and ales and even an open fire in the colder months. All dogs are allowed in the bar.
Moor Road, Langham, Colchester, CO4 5NR
The Shepherd is a great pub to visit with lovely décor and a cosy atmosphere. There’s a log-burning stove for the winter months with a bar where all dogs are welcome.
The Three Horseshoes
74 Church Road, Fordham, CO6 3NJ
This is a very welcoming pub with great food and a friendly atmosphere. Dogs are allowed in all areas of the pub and are offered a bowl of water for refreshment, perfect for when you’re taking a walk in the area.
The Kings Head
Burnt Oak, East Bergholt, CO7 6TL
This pub features a beautiful dining room for visitors, boasting a specials board with a nice beer and wine list. All dogs receive a water bowl as well. The pub is just a short walk to Flatford Mill, along the River Stour, so this is a great resting point for when you’re out with your dog.
91 Church Street, Coggeshall, CO6 1UB
Visit this wonderfully timbered pub, which gives off an historic feel, set in a small and friendly market town. It’s a good place to find some atmosphere, while also allowing your dog to get his breath back.
The Fox Inn
The Green, Finchingfield, CM7 4JX
A quaint village pub located on the luscious green that offers quality food and a terrific Sunday roast. They welcome all dogs to relax for a peaceful nap.
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