Norfolk Broads

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  1. Lindsay

    Lindsay

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    Hello,

    We're going down to the Norfolk Broads for a couple of weeks in June. Can you guys recomend any small sites, dog friendly, close to Broads cycleways and walks for our 2 Hungarian Vizslas. Bonus would be close to beer :)

    best regards
    Lindsay
     
  2. injebreck99

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    I would not recommend the Broads at all, them galls cen be very feisty.
     
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  3. icantremember

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    If you are C@CC members, Keelers Meadow, Sutton, is close to Hickling Broad.
     
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  4. jonandshell

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    Reedham Ferry campsite is nice.
     
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  5. scotjimland

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    do you have or intend hiring a boat ?

    it's a beautiful boating place.. otherwise.. it's flat, wet, and uninteresting... but that's just my opinion..

    North Norfolk coast and Suffolk heritage coast are nice .. worth visiting..
     
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  6. the outlawes

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    willowcroft near potter heigham nr29 5ju nice small site close to river thurne good for dog walks along the river side around a mile to shops boat hire and pub
     
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