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We loved it here. First up, the beach is enormous and a regular nursery for seal pups in Spring.
An easy to spot forest dog walk just a bit south of Swaffham, and an interesting bit of military history too.
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.
Traditional and roomy pub, on the A149 and opposite an imposing village church.
Park at the National Trust Car Park (free for members) and walk into the woods to the left. You can make it a circular walk or just stay in the woods all the time.
Dog friendly beach that's just great for dogs. Be seal aware and always put dogs on the leads if you spot seals.
Long sandy dog-friendly beach with narrow bays. Not much sand when the tide is in, but there are also footpaths.
This is a lovely beach for dogs.
Miles of pawfect sandy beach and ideal for a doggie play day. Some small nooks in the dunes for sitting out of the breeze.
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round. It's a large sandy beach with the famous strawberry and vanilla coloured cliffs.
Dog friendly beach, and it's backed by some really interesting nature habitats (where dogs need to be o leads). Lovely for families interested in nature and dogs.
A dog-friendly pub that's most convenient for a walk in the National Trust estate just beyond the hedge.