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Snettisham Park, King's Lynn

Snettisham Park

Snettisham, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE31 7NQ
T: 01485 542425

www: Snettisham Park
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Farm park and children's adventure playground. Dogs are allowed on the signposted discovery trail through 320 acres of beautiful Norfolk countryside.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome on the trails. Dogs are not allowed on the deer safari tractor and trailer ride.
Dog owner reviews of Snettisham Park:
"We were really surprised how dog friendly the farm was. Dogs on a lead were welcome ..."
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Temples Seal Trips, Morston

Temples Seal Trips

The Anchor Pub, The Street, Morston, Norfolk NR25 7AA
T: 01263 740791

www: Temples Seal Trips
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Take a boat trip to see seals in their natural environment basking on Blakeney Point. There are mostly common seals in the summer months, who will have pups from June to the end of August.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.
Dog owner reviews of Temples Seal Trips:
"We bought our tickets from The Anchor pub in Moreston. It is a very dog friendly ..."
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Rose Garden Café, Wells-next-the-Sea

Rose Garden Café

Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR23 1AB
T: 01328 710227

www: Rose Garden Café
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Situated close to Holkham beach the café is the perfect place to relax after a long walk with your dog. Homemade soups, pies, scones and cakes are served.
Dogs are welcome on a lead in the garden and also in the back room of the café.
Dog owner reviews of Rose Garden Café:
"The sun shone so Simon, I and Holly the dog sat at an outside table in the walled ..."
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Blickling Hall Park, Aylsham

Blickling Hall Park

Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6NF
T: 01263 738030

www: Blickling Hall Park
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Dogs are allowed in the park surrounding this Jacobean house.
Dogs are not allowed in the Hall or Gardens. Dogs on leads are allowed in the park and woods.
Dog owner reviews of Blickling Hall Park:
"We parked in the Fisherman's carpark which is at the top end of the lake, and free! ..."
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Fairhaven Woodland & Water Gardens, South Walsham

Fairhaven Woodland & Water Gardens

School Road, South Walsham, Norfolk NR13 6DZ
T: 01603 270449

www: Fairhaven Woodland & Water Gardens
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130 acres of ancient woodland and water garden with primulas, bog plants, bluebells, azaleas and rhododendrons. You and your dog can enjoy one of the regular boat trips on the broad.
Dogs on leads welcome. Entrance fee of 25p per dog. A biodegradable poo bag is given for each dog. Dogs are welcome on the boat trips at a cost of 50p for the 20 minute trip and £1 for the 50 minute trip.
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"Fairhaven was a treat. Once again, it was a very hot day so it was perfect to be ..."
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Holkham Park, Holkham

Holkham Park

Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR23 1AB
T: 01328 710227

www: Holkham Park
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Sweeping parkland surrounding Holkham Hall. The park is home to a herd of both Fallow and Red Deer. There are colour-coded posts to follow for walks past interesting architectural landmarks.
Dogs are welcome but must be on leads at all times and are not allowed to swim in the lake.
Dog owner reviews of Holkham Park:
"We parked in the village and walked in to save on the parking charge as we only wanted ..."
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Bircham Windmill, Great Bircham

Bircham Windmill

Great Bircham, Norfolk PE31 6SJ
T: 01485 578393

www: Bircham Windmill
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The windmill is one of the last remaining in Norfolk. There is also a tea room, bakery and cycle hire.
Dogs welcome on leads.
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"The dogs are allowed on the land but not into the bakery or in the cafe, which is ..."
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Gooderstone Water Gardens,  Gooderstone

Gooderstone Water Gardens

The Street, Gooderstone, Norfolk PE33 9BP
T: 01603 712913

www: Gooderstone Water Gardens
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Six acre garden with a stream, four ponds and thirteen bridges. The garden boasts colourful borders, a bamboo grove, scented arbour and an eight acre nature trail with a kingfisher hide.
Dogs on leads welcome in the garden and on the nature trail.
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Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham

Bure Valley Railway

Aylsham Station, Norwich Road, Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6BW
T: 01263 733858

www: Bure Valley Railway
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Norfolk's longest fifteen inch gauge line runs between the ancient market town of Aylsham and Wroxham, the 'Capital of the Norfolk Broads' with country stations serving the villages of Brampton, Buxton and Coltishall.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead. For the train and cruise trip, maximum of two dogs per boat. For latest dog fares see website.
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Baconsthorpe Castle, Baconsthorpe

Baconsthorpe Castle

Baconsthorpe, Norfolk NR25 6LN
T: 01799 322399

www: Baconsthorpe Castle
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Extensive ruins of a moated and fortified 15th-century manor house. Information panels illustrate the story of the castle owners.
Dogs allowed on leads.
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Priory Maze & Gardens, Beeston Regis

Priory Maze & Gardens

Cromer Road, Beeston Regis, Norfolk NR26 8SF
T: 01263 822986

www: Priory Maze & Gardens
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Tranquil garden with water features and a hedge maze set next to the dramatic ruins of Beeston Priory. The garden is a haven for wildlife and has exotic plants, meadows and woodland walks.
Dogs are allowed in the gardens on a short lead. You must carry poo bags and clear up after your dog.
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Bishop's Boats, Blakeney

Bishop's Boats

Blakeney Quay, Blakeney, Norfolk NR25 7NE
T: 01263 740753

www: Bishop's Boats
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Daily seal-watching boat trips from April to the end of October. Departs from picturesque Blakeney harbour or Morston quay. Trips last 1 hr from Morston or 1½hrs from Blakeney.
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.
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Castle Acre Priory and Castle, Castle Acre

Castle Acre Priory and Castle

Stocks Green, Castle Acre, Norfolk PE32 2XD
T: 01760 755394

www: Castle Acre Priory and Castle
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One of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England. There is a walled herb garden where visitors can find out about the medicinal uses of herbs.
Dogs on leads allowed in restricted areas.
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Castle Rising Castle, Castle Rising

Castle Rising Castle

Castle Rising, Norfolk PE31 6AH
T: 01553 631330

www: Castle Rising Castle
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One of the best preserved keeps in England surrounded by 20 acres of huge earthworks.
Dogs on leads allowed in restricted areas.
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Felbrigg Hall Park, Cromer

Felbrigg Hall Park

Felbrigg, Norwich, Norfolk NR11 8PR
T: 01263 837444

www: Felbrigg Hall Park
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Landscaped park with a lake and 520 acres of woods with a network of footpaths.
Dogs on leads in parkland when stock are grazing. Keep dogs under control in woodland.
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