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Very dog-friendly B&B and pub just off the A149 and close to Norfolk's massive sandy beaches. The building dates back to the 15th century in part, when it was a farmhouse.
A fabulous old pub where you might feel inspired to start wearing a blue and white Breton top and whistle a quiet hornpipe. Dogs welcome, even salty ones.
We loved it here. First up, the beach is enormous and a regular nursery for seal pups in Spring.
Dog-friendly dining pub on the village green, and overlooked by an enormous village church.
Country pub with a strong emphasis on stylish dining. Rosettes have been awarded, and they're also dog-friendly.
A wonderfully dog-friendly hotel with charming old-school hospitality. I was astonished by the outside of the building, well worth a gawp, and going inside feels like entering a stage set.
Dogs with a taste for privilege past and present will enjoy a stroll around a medieval castle keep. It's an atmospheric site and great for visits with kids and/or dogs.
Family and dog-friendly village pub near Sandringham park and also the many dog-friendly beaches nearby.
A pretty pub, slightly off the main tourist streets and not that easy to find! It's a good base for exploring the town and wider area if you're staying in Wells.
A bright and airy dog-friendly pub with B&B rooms on the Norfolk coastal path for long walkies. A wonderful location.
A National Trust cafe is always a welcoming sight, and this one is in the very best of coastal locations.
A walk that feels like an extra-terrestrial experience as you cross the massive expanse of saltmarshes here. A genuinely awesome outdoor moment with the dog and highly recommended.