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A National Trust cafe is always a welcoming sight, and this one is in the very best of coastal locations.
A bright and airy dog-friendly pub with B&B rooms on the Norfolk coastal path for long walkies. A wonderful location.
A magical nature reserve where you can move quietly and listen to the incredibly loud birdsong. Dogs need to be on lead here, so it's better suited for quieter dogs.
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.
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 fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
Dogs on leads are welcome at this ruined monastery with a bit of a gloomy backstory. The cafe around the corner is excellent and spotlessly clean, with outside tables where dogs are welcome.
A rather wonderful and dog-friendly hotel near to many good walks and beaches. Non-residents welcome for meals and coffee.
Quite a sun trap at the end of this pretty market town, and a stream flows gently past the front door! Dog-friendly, and they say Lord Nelson used to drop in for a pint back in the day.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village and where families and dogs are made welcome.
A popular dog-walking spot with a network of paths and open space for dogs. It's a nature reserve, so leads are required and you may encounter grazing beasties at certain times of the year.