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shingle beach at Cley and Salthouse. Some wildlife may stray
into these areas so make sure your human is under control.
There is a beach pay and display car park.
This beach forms part of the Coast Path, so you can have a nice
walk in either direction. The beach is pebbles/shingle. If you
like to swim be careful as the beach shelves away steeply in
places. There is a pay and display car park at Beach Lane.
From the 1st of May until the 30th of September we are not
allowed on a section of the beach where the promenade is. Go
to either end of the promenade which we are allowed on
throughout the year as long as we have our leads on, and there
you will find plenty of space for a good old run on the sandy
beaches. If the tide is in you can walk along the cliff tops where
you can get some great views. If your humans are feeling
energetic why not get them to climb to the top of Beeston
Bump, the highest point in Norfolk – that will wear them out!
Find your paw-fect
At Norfolk Hideaways we know that dogs are
part of the family, and the last thing you want
to do is leave them at home (especially if it means
facing those sad puppy eyes). That’s why over 300
of our properties are completely dog friendly,
and are located within easy reach of dog friendly
beaches, walks and pubs; from cosy cottages to
luxury retreats, find your paw-fect holiday
for you and your best friend with us.
Call Norfolk Hideaways on 01328 887 658 or visit www.norfolkhideaways.co.uk