If you’re bringing your four-legged friend on holiday with you, you want to ensure that there are plenty of walking routes to keep you busy. Norfolk is the perfect choice for a dog walking holiday, with miles upon miles of routes for you to enjoy. Here are just a few of our favourites.
The Norfolk retreat of the Queen, the Sandringham Estate is a popular tourist attraction, but don’t let the crowds put you off. The estate boasts 600 acres of land, including various nature trails you can explore and your dog, will love.
A national trust site, there is a great circular walk starting at Felbrigg Hall through various woods and open fields with many points of interest. Along the walk you’ll see St Margaret’s Church, the Ice House, and a large lake where you can take 5 and enjoy the views.
Burnham Overy Staithe
Burnham Overy Staithe sits on the coast and this circular walk lets your dog get a great run out and you can enjoy the sights. There are lots of places to stop and enjoy the scenery on this walking route in Norfolk, including the Church of St. Clement which has a Norman tower, or the Tower Mill.
Norfolk Coastal Path
The Norfolk Coastal Path runs for a total of 63 miles, and while we’re not saying you walk all of it in one go, there is plenty to keep you busy. Depending which part you choose to traverse you can take in the salt marshes, sandy beaches, and maybe even spot some seals at Blakeney Point.
Stay in Norfolk
So that’s the dog walking routes covered, and we’ve got you sorted for somewhere to stay. Hall Farm in Norfolk has a selection of dog-friendly cottages available with all of the amenities you’d need. So if you’re looking for the perfect staycation spot in the UK, Hall Farm is a great choice! Contact us if you’d like more information or to book to stay.