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6 reviews | A member for 4 years, 8 months

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Waltham Abbey, Essex, England
Posted on 6th September 2015
Great for dogs and humans!
Waltham Abbey Gardens is lovely. The grounds of the old Abbey includes lots of old earthworks, with informative signs for the humans. The grave of King Harold is in the grounds, which include a beautiful river, an orchard, a rose garden and lots of green space to run around in. There is a cafe/ visitors' centre, but neither allow dogs. Parking is free all day. Lots of other dogs to make friends with, and the path leads into the Lea Valley Park if you want a longer walk/ something a bit wilder. Loved it!
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Waltham Abbey, Essex, England
Posted on 6th September 2015
Handy for fab walks
Nice pub, serving good food. Very dog friendly - allowed on leads in the bar (just not the conservatory). Dog snacks on sale at the bar. We were offered a dog bowl as soon as we sat down. Five mins drive from Waltham Abbey itself/ Lea Valley Park, and just across the road from Epping Forrest. All of which have awesome walks!
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Hadley Wood, Enfield, England
Posted on 5th September 2015
Lovely charity-run cafe in beautiful park
An ideal mid-walk break, this cafe is attached to the wildlife hospital which it is possible to look round for a small fee ( though understandably, dogs can't go into the hospital bit). Nice little garden, dogs also welcome inside. Water bowls, dog treats on the counter, lovely volunteers running it. All set in a fab country park!
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Tottenham, Haringey, England
Posted on 5th September 2015
Couldn't have been friendlier
A small, simple cafe serving proper mugs of tea, sandwiches, cake etc at sensible prices. Located at Stonebridge Lock, about a minute' s walk from the car park. Lovely walks on the marshes and by the canal. Dogs welcome inside the cafe, water bowl in the garden. Nice views, very friendly staff.
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Clay Hill, Enfield, England
Posted on 5th September 2015
Gorgeous pub with handy dog walks
The Rose and Crown is a fabulous old pub, with a lot of history (it was owned by Dick Turpin' s grandparents). Dogs are welcome in the back bar and the garden. There are interesting walks leading to Forty Hall/ Whitewebbs Park that start right next to the pub, or accross the road is Hilly Fields Park. Staff are friendly, food is simple but delicious, we'll definitely be going back!
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Stalham, Norfolk, England
Posted on 13th January 2015
lovely museum
This is a little gem of a museum. Much more to see than you might think from the outside . Friendly, helpful volunteers. Dog friendly throughout and interesting for humans of all ages! Well worth a visit.
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