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car park at Lady Anne’s Drive (off the A149 opposite the
Victoria Hotel). Facilities include a dog friendly café and toilets.
You also have the option to follow the Coast Path through the
pine trees. Past winner of the most dog friendly beach in the
UK. Definitely make sure you visit this beach!
Another winner of the most dog friendly beach in the UK
awards. There’s a pay and display car park, toilets and a nice
dog friendly café. There is a dog restricted area on the beach to
the right as you come down the steps from the car park.
Otherwise it’s miles and miles of dog friendly beach. Wells is
rather famous for its decorative beach huts. My pawrents walk
out and away from the beach huts as we have been known to
try and join in with the humans having their picnics! There’s
also the option to walk through the pine forest or follow the
path to Holkham.
After all the sand at Wells-next-the-Sea it’s back to sniffing out
some new smells in the marshes. There are lots of paths through
the marshes but do be careful; it is easy to get cut off when the
tide comes in and it’s muddy! The best bet is to stay on the
Coast Path along the edge of the marsh where you can walk
back towards Wells-next-the-Sea which is about six and a half
miles away. The views are fantastic and the town is well worth
a look around while you’re there. You can also go the other way
and head for Morston, and if you don’t want to turn around for
either route and re-trace your pawsteps you can jump on the
Coastliner bus to get back. There is a pay and display car park
Here you have the option to walk to Stiffkey and carry on to
Wells-next-the-Sea, or go the other way towards Blakeney.
There is no access to the beach at Morston but what you can
do, which is really good fun, is to take a boat trip to see the seals
(Yes, us dogs can go on the boats!). There is a pay and display
car park and poo bins by the quayside.
Like Morston there is no access to the beach but don’t let that
stop you from visiting this very pretty place. You can pick up
the Coast Path and walk to Morston, or go the other way
towards Cley. There’s a pay and display car park which is free
if you’re a National Trust member.
At Cley-next-the-Sea you can access the Blakeney Point Nature
Reserve. Now there are restrictions here - we cannot visit
Blakeney Point at any time from the 1st of April to the 15th of
August and the western end of the point is closed to visitors at
all times. This is to protect the wildlife, so it’s very sensible.
However, all is not lost as there is a nice area for us on the