Lucky to live in Norfolk – Cromer

We live in a small village just outside Norwich and so we are only three quarters of an hour’s drive from most of the beautiful Norfolk coastline.  We love the seaside in Autumn, when all the Summer crowds have left and things are starting to slow down.  The beach is much quieter with more dog walkers than sand castles and the shops and cafés look cosy and inviting.

This weekend, we took the dogs for a walk along Cromer’s seafront and back along the stony beach.  The beach huts are still looking cheerful despite the chill in the air and there were some hardy locals enjoying a day in their shelter by the sea with a Thermos of strong tea and a lunch box filled with sandwiches!

 The boys enjoyed their sandy jaunt but were less impressed with the idea of getting their paws wet!

 There are several dog friendly beaches in Norfolk, some of which are open to pets all year round such as Holkham Beach, and others like Cromer allow dogs on the main beach in the Autumn and Winter.  While in Cromer, pop into the Old Rock Shop Bistro for lunch or afternoon tea as they welcome well-behaved dogs on leads!

LouLou & Will x

 

Posted on 7th November 2011 by LouLou, tagged with: , , , , , ,

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