re;axing on the verandaDogs are very welcome at Beachscape & Tides, either one or two, at a small extra charge of £5 per day per dog, to a maximum of £25 per week per dog.

The terraced decking outside each cottage has a secure (bolted) gate to ensure a safe area to allow your pet some freedom whilst safely enclosed. A very small dog may be able to get between the spindles, please chec
Please bring with you your own dog bed, bedding and sufficient towels and rugs to dry and clean your pet and to protect carpets etc. Dogs must not be allowed on the beds or sofas. Any damage, stains etc must be paid for in full.
Please do not leave your dog alone in the cottages. This is a park rule as well as one of our own and the park management may require you to leave if you do not comply with it.
Please be considerate to other guests and owners by making sure that you clean up after your dog, and ensure that your dog has been properly treated for fleas/worms before you arrive! The park rules are that dogs must be on a lead whilst near all the properties but can go off lead in the upper field next to the coast. Otherwise you can let them off for a great run around on the beach!

Doggy Tourism
  • The Duke, Bacton: dogs welcome in the bar.
  • Poacher's Pocket pub, Bacton: dogs welcome in downstairs bar area, not the upstairs restaurant
  • Sugar & Spice cafe, Bacton:
  • Kingfisher Cafe, Walcott: well behaved dogs on the beach
  • The Ship Inn, Mundesley: Dogs are more than welcome in the main bar and the garden on leads.
  • The Hill House Inn, Happisburgh: Good food, good beer and a warm welcome to all visitors & dogs.
  • Lighthouse Inn, Walcott: dogs welcome in the bar area and garden, but not the dining rooms.
  • Bacton Woods; occasional organised walks:  See events for more information.
  • Blickling Hall & Felbrigg Hall: dogs are welcome in the park and woods on a lead
  • Sheringham Park: dogs on leads near livestock and visitor facilities.
  • Bure Valley railway: well behaved dogs on its trains, but book in advance for cruise/train combined trips as only two dogs are allowed per cruise.
  • Barnes Brinkcraft - Boat hire at Wroxham: One pet per boat, permission required for more than one.
Doggy Retail
Sainsburys in North Walsham and Tesco in Stalham stock dog food and a variety of canine accessories.
There are two pet shops/suppliers in North Walsham. Country Pets is in Market Place, North Walsham, NR28 9BP and Kisi, Ebridge Mill, White Horse Common, North Walsham NR28 9NH
There is also Mr Schnorby's Pet Supplies, High Street, Cromer NR27 9HG and Broadland Angling Pet centre in 24 High Street, Stalham, NR12 9AN.
A large Pets at Home can be found at Unit 4 Sprowston Retail Park, Salhouse Road, Norwich, NR7 9AZ about 15 miles away.

Doggy Emergencies

Accidents will happen and it's good to know that there are several vets in the area.  These are Westover Veterinary Centre at 40 Yarmouth Road, North Walsham, NR28 9AT. Tel: 01692 403202. Broadland House Veterinary Surgery at 33 High Street, Stalham, NR12 9AH. Tel: 01692 580171.Bridge Veterinary Surgery at 63 Norwich Road, Wroxham, NR12 8RX Tel: 01603 783920
For out of hours emergencies, Sundays & Bank Holidays call Norwich Night Vet, Fir Covert Road, Taverham. NR8 6HT. Tel: 01603 867330
Dogs on beaches 
There a few restrictions along the North Norfolk Coast between May 1st and September 30th, covering where you can and can't walk your dog along the beaches and promenades.  This useful pdf file Dogs on Beaches is produced by North Norfolk District Council.  Beachscape & Tides are situated to the right of the restricted beaches as per the Bacton picture, therefore the beach immediately in front of the park is unrestricted.