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A nice mix of family fun and plenty of childrens activities near the visitor centre and quieter dog walks starting from the visitor centre or one of the large campsites and informal parking spaces...
A young and enthusiastic team at the pub, and plenty of sailing activity going on.
Long-established inn with rooms on the coast, overlooking the marshes and close to really long walks.
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
Country park with several lakes and a network of paths between them. Easy parking for large vehicles in the enormous car park.
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.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village and where families and dogs are made welcome.
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.
A fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
A massive shingle beach where dogs are allowed year round.
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.
A fully accessible walk along a former rail track, now part of the Weavers Way footpath. It's an easy walk and has no stiles or livestock to contend with.