Pet friendly caravan/chalet sites….?

Would like to take kids and dogs on holiday, anybody recommend any dog friendly holiday sites in the UK from actual experience?

Me and my husband and two dogs went to Winterton Chalet Park at Winterton-On-Sea near Great Yarmouth last Autumn. I found their Website and booked up. It’s a well kept site right next to the sand dunes and on to the beach. Brilliant for dogs and kids. They don’t have to go on any roads and there’s a beach cafe in walking distance. In the village there is a dog friendly pub which serves lovely food, there’s a chippy, small supermarket, post office and tourist shop. In range of the Broads and a few nice towns nearby. Great Yarmouth still has donkey rides on the beach and plenty for the kids to do. (you don’t say how old they are). The chalet park was not expensive and well worth the money, I would definitely go again. They only take a maximum of 2 dogs.

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  1. I don’t have a dog, but I’ve camped at dog friendly sites.

    I suggest you pick your holiday destination as your first priority, then google that area with the words ‘dogs allowed’ and maybe ‘pets allowed’ etc. When you’ve found some you like, if the website doesn’t make it clear, phone and find out if they have areas where the dog can be let off the lead for exercise, if they have poop bins, and if they make an extra charge. You can probably think of other things you’d want to know too.

    Remember that many main beach areas exclude dogs between May and September. If you pick a beach area, you could phone the council/visit their website to find the physical limits of these restrictions.
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  2. We take our dog and children to a campsite in Littlehampton nr Brighton. Great site with a big dog walking field too!

    By the way its called ‘ Whiterose touring park’
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  3. Me and my husband and two dogs went to Winterton Chalet Park at Winterton-On-Sea near Great Yarmouth last Autumn. I found their Website and booked up. It’s a well kept site right next to the sand dunes and on to the beach. Brilliant for dogs and kids. They don’t have to go on any roads and there’s a beach cafe in walking distance. In the village there is a dog friendly pub which serves lovely food, there’s a chippy, small supermarket, post office and tourist shop. In range of the Broads and a few nice towns nearby. Great Yarmouth still has donkey rides on the beach and plenty for the kids to do. (you don’t say how old they are). The chalet park was not expensive and well worth the money, I would definitely go again. They only take a maximum of 2 dogs.
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