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Waterfall
11th June 2010, 11:46
We are looking to stay in a B&B near the coast in Norfolk for a few days. Have thought about Cromer or somewhere near the broads. Will be taking the setter. Any ideas of a nice area please? :) I knoe very little about Norfolk in terms of where to stay :o

taffyswife
11th June 2010, 11:48
Used to stay at Mundesley when I was a child. Cromer is also very nice.

Addy
11th June 2010, 11:55
Sheringham's very quaint and oldy worldy. Wells next the Sea has some nice duney beaches and a harbour.

markat
11th June 2010, 11:55
Stayed in Well Next the Sea a few years ago, charming place.

Tourist info here. (http://www.wells-guide.co.uk/)

kenziekoo
11th June 2010, 14:06
sheringham is fantastic, holcolme, holt or cromer all good too, lived in Norfolk for many years and love this area so much!!!

Waterfall
11th June 2010, 18:21
Thanks everyone - we are struggling to find somewhere with vacancies that take dogs atm - will keep looking. Has anyone stayed in North Norfolk with a dog? :)

markat
11th June 2010, 19:11
there is thread called hotel where have put a link to dog friendly hotels not on pc so cant do links now sorry

Addy
11th June 2010, 20:11
http://www.lovetoescape.com/rrps/holiday_properties/England/Norfolk/all_tourist_regions/all_towns/Hotels/pet_friendly-1.html

Some hotels here happy to accept dogs. Good luck, hope you find somewhere lovely :)

Addy
11th June 2010, 21:37
I love the North Norfolk coast, gonna be a while before I can holiday there again tho....3 young lads who all want or will want thrills n spills or entertainment that doesn't exist there :(

It's so peaceful and calm, a proper opportunity to recharge the old batteries. Enjoy!!!!

Waterfall
11th June 2010, 21:44
I love the North Norfolk coast, gonna be a while before I can holiday there again tho....3 young lads who all want or will want thrills n spills or entertainment that doesn't exist there :(

It's so peaceful and calm, a proper opportunity to recharge the old batteries. Enjoy!!!!

Have been there and done that with two boys who have now flown - there is a time for everything - enjoy them too it goes sooo quickly :hug: TY for the links :)

kenziekoo
12th June 2010, 08:13
brancaster and cley are also very nice, don't think you can go too far wrong with that area, I wouldn't go near hunstanton though, nice beaches there but more commercialised

Waterfall
12th June 2010, 10:53
Thanks everyone :). We have tried lots of b&bs in the area but all those that take dogs are full. We were looking to go on 20th June for a few days. We will have to try other dates and book further in advance.

We have now booked our usual bolt hole b&b in Cornwall Harlyn Bay (http://securebooking.eviivo.com/MyWebsite/Details.aspx?ShortName=Harlyn_PL288SB)- which I would recommend esp if you have a dog.