Holiday Cottages That Allow Dogs, North Norfolk.
Dogs Love The Sandy Beaches That Stretch Off Into The Distance, Marshlands, Pine Woods & Countryside Walks.
Dog Friendly Cottages In North Norfolk, With Fully Enclosed Garden, Near Beaches That Allow Dogs, Woodland and Coast Walks, And Perhaps A Swim In The Sea !
Norfolk Coast Has Dog Friendly Pubs & Beaches
The garden is enclosed by flint knap walls and there are lovely countryside and coast walks on your doorstep. There is also a very popular dog friendly village pub, The Red Lion, which offers great food in relaxed surroundings. The Stiffkey Stores and Deli, is a real treat, as it has a sunny courtyard where with your dog , one can sit for a while with coffee and cake, very welcome on the way back from a coast walk with your dogs. North Norfolk Holiday cottages are available for short & weekend breaks as well as longer holidays. These self-catering cottages offer a mixture of up to date comfort whilst retaining their old world charm. Walk out of your holiday cottage door and there will be footpaths leading to countryside or coastal walks , ideal if you are a dog lover. Honey Barrel has a good sized separate dining room which makes a good place to leave your dog if attended or overnight. If your dog is well behaved then let him or her relax in front of the log fire in colder months.
North Norfolk Beaches That Allow Dogs
Many of the beaches are pet and dog friendly, certainly nearby Wells and Holkham beaches offer fantastic freedom for dogs their huge expanse never ceases to fill dogs with the joy of running free in such a large space, plenty of seagulls to chase and perhaps a swim in the sea.
Honey Barrel has a good sized separate dining room which makes a good place to leave your dog if attended or overnight. If your dog is well behaved then let him or her relax in front of the log fire in colder months.
Along Wells and Holkham beaches there are lovely pine woodlands, ideal for dog walks, the sun filters through the pine trees the ground is sandy, and these pine woods can be quite magical at times.
Walk from Stiffkey towards Morston and Blakeney Point along the coastal path, in the evening sun, inlets with moored boats, flowering gorse, Stiffkey Fen with it's reed beds and the backdrop of the sea.
If you are on the Beach then find a sand dune base, set up camp, and settle down for some sunbathing with your dog, who can enjoy being with you on the beach.
North Norfolk is very much about dog lovers, most pubs are dog friendly, and allowed inside most bars as well as sitting outside.