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For a dog walk 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.
We stopped off at Pretty Corner Woods instead of going to Sheringham Country Park. As you turn off the Holt Road, there's a car park , and, further along, two more.
Country park with several lakes and a network of paths between them. Easy parking for large vehicles in the enormous car park.
Really lovely walk amongst ever changing scenes of the natural world. Definitely a great place to stand, stare and breathe deeply.
A gentle dog walk in woodland on well signed paths, and a historic chapel ruin to admire too. Just a little down the road is the happy and dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms.
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.
An historic hamlet dominated by a 15th century hall and a rather gracious dog-friendly country inn with good food.
A romp on the village green with the dog, and a handily placed pub with very tasty food for a snack on the go or a meal with friends. Also a good destination pub if you're bored of the coast.
A gentle walk with the dog in the forest, and then refreshments in a genuinely friendly and attentive community pub gives perhaps more of a taste of Norfolk than the busier (and more expensive)...
A National Trust cafe is always a welcoming sight, and this one is in the very best of coastal locations.
A windy, wet day in semi-lockdown probably didn't show this Roman town at its finest.
A remote part of the larger forest, and usually a safe place for dogs who really prefer their own space.