Norfolk's Wonderful Beaches
Trimingham has a secluded beach that is popular with surfers, dog walkers and day and night fishermen. You can access the beach at Vale Road – its a bit difficult to find but you will find a map in the Cottage to help you. The cliffs at Trimingham are suffering badly from coastal erosion and can be unstable especially after storms – be careful! Dogs are welcome.
Mundesley Beach is one of Norfolk’s finest Beaches. It is a long sandy stretch that is easy to access from the promenade with safe swimming. The promenade is lined with colourful beach huts, a little further back are shops and amenities. Dogs are restricted in the summer month on the beach in-front of the promenade.
More information here.
A pleasant sandy beach which stretches all the way to Mundesley in one direction and Walcott in the other. Great for dog walking.
Wells-next-the-Sea has a lovely wide sandy beach, backed by pine woods. There is a car park next to the beach, a cafe and usually a Ice cream van. It has been voted Britain’s best beach!
Step over the dunes and you are presented with miles of sand, little rivulets and pools, and the most charming colourful beach huts. This is a dog friendly beach. For more information click here.
Drive up Beach Road in Brancaster. There is a large car park, behind the dunes. A short walk and you are out onto the flat sand. Turn right and you’ll head towards the tidal salt marshes of Scolt Head, left and you’ll be faced with a huge expanse of Sand stretching along the coast towards Hunstanton . Bring the dog – they are welcome. More Information here
Cromer has a sandy beach which extends either side of the pier. A Victorian promenade stretches the length of the beach and as you would expect there are loads of shops cafe’s and restaurants to enjoy. The beach has dog restrictions during the summer months. More information here.