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JUNE, 2020

EXPLORING
NORTH WEST NORFOLK
OUT AND ABOUT

Thinking of escaping to the English coastline but wondering what to do with your dog?

One of the many joys of a UK cottage holiday, is that you can bring everyone along with you – including your four-legged friends!

With our own love for dogs, we know how important it is to holiday with your companions and we have done our best here at Fring Estate to make this as easy and enjoyable for you, providing enclosed garden spaces – all our holiday cottages are dog-friendly.

Fring Estate Walled Garden

As we continue to keep our fingers crossed, we hope restrictions will begin to lift soon and we can start to welcome guests to Fring Estate. We have been busy preparing the park with new walkways and we cannot wait to see dogs running through the long grass and exploring the area.

We are fortunate enough to have some wonderful dog-friendly beaches in north and west Norfolk, with miles of expanse for your four-legged animals to charge up and down.

And here are a few our favourite recommended dog friendly beaches:


Brancaster Beach

A heaven for large long-legged canine companions, dogs have miles of golden sand to explore and shallow water allows for safe swimming and splashing! There is a small restricted area (1st May to 30th September), but beyond that, dogs can run free.

Wells-Next-The-Sea Beach

A picturesque beach, with around 200 multi-coloured beach huts lining the golden sand, this is an ideal spot to let your dog run wild! And the Wells Beach Café is a real bonus for dog-owners, with different doggie treats on offer.

Dogs aren’t allowed to the east of the steps which lead down to the beach from the pines (where the beach huts are), but head west and you won’t be disappointed.

 

Wells-next-the-Sea beach huts in Norfolk

Holkham Beach

Miles and miles of golden sand, a pine tree forest and dunes offer your four-legged friend a perfect spot to enjoy all year round, without restrictions.

And Sukha, the Fring Estate dog, would love to meet you too!

 

Sukha, the estate dog at Fring