Holkham to Burnham Market

Walk distance: 6.5 miles Difficulty: Moderate Pub stop: The Hero- Burnham Overy Staithe Also recommended: The Victoria Inn, Holkham (starting point) The Hoste, Burnham Market (end point) Starting point: top of Lady Anne Drive, Holkham.   For this walk we were staying in Burnham Market so took the bus from the village green, getting off atContinue reading “Holkham to Burnham Market”

North Norfolk: A dog friendly guide

You may have noticed that we absolutely love it along the North Norfolk coast line! It is not only one of the most beautiful coastlines in the UK, but also one of the most dog friendly places to visit- you’ll struggle to find a pub that doesn’t welcome dogs with open arms! There’s amazing dogContinue reading “North Norfolk: A dog friendly guide”

Burnham Deepdale to Burnham Market

Walk distance: 5 miles (please note this is a linear walk, and suggests a bus back to Burnham Deepdale) Difficulty: Easy Pub stop: The Hoste- Burnham Market very dog friendly with lovely outdoor seating- perfect for watching the world go by. Starting point: Burnham Deepdale information centre Download the route map here. This walk takes youContinue reading “Burnham Deepdale to Burnham Market”

Brancaster circular walk (via Titchwell Marsh RSPB reserve)

Walk distance: 5 miles Difficulty: Easy (but this does cross a shallow but reasonably wide stream, so may not be the walk for you if you don’t want to get your feet wet!) Pub stop: pub finishing point- The Ship Hotel Starting point: Broad Lane- next to St Mary the Virgin’s Church (ample free parkingContinue reading “Brancaster circular walk (via Titchwell Marsh RSPB reserve)”

Wells-Next-The-Sea to Holkham circular walk

Walk distance: 7 miles Difficulty: Easy Pub stop: Yes- The Victoria Inn Starting point: Church Plain, Wells-Next-The-Sea (free on street parking- or pay and display parking in Wells harbour). Download the route map here. Holkham and Wells are two of my favourite beaches for dogs. Not only because of the endless white sand, the fact theyContinue reading “Wells-Next-The-Sea to Holkham circular walk”