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We set off from our pub base in Wells to find the sea and walked to Holkham Estate and back across the endless sands and dunes.
Wild winds and sideways rain was the story here. And still the beach was good for a walk, and the very dog-cafe came up with welcome hot food and soup. It must be amazing in sunshine!
Traditional and roomy pub, on the A149 and opposite an imposing village church.
A friendly village local where all-comers can expect a good welcome. Nearby there's a choice of a walk on the beach, a section of a long-distance footpath or just time in the water with the dog.
You can either start this walk from the dog-friendly pub, or drive down to a car park by the beach.
Expect a laid-back and relaxed feel here, with a small terrace behind the pub. Very handy for the nearby caravan park.
Calling all Sherlock Holmes fans with dogs. The Adventures of the Dancing Men was written here, and Conan Doyle was a regular visitor. They even have a blue plaque on the pub wall.
On a sunny day the town and beach would sparkle. As it was, grey clouds took over and spoiled everything! Dogs are adored at the pub, and they also have a cottage for rent right by the beach.
Handy local if you're staying near North Creake. And best to be within walking distance as there's limited on-street parking.
Relaxed and very dog-friendly family pub with a large garden and some covered seating.
A fine Broads walk that has the spirit of a bygone era. This is quiet, tranquil and evocative dog walking and as good a place to be as any in Norfolk.
Award winning inn, and a marvellously hospitable destination after a long walk with the dogs over the beaches and marshland of the Norfolk coast.