Pets Welcome

Self-Catering Chalet Holidays by the sea in Norfolk



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Regular guests Archie and Cody - with thanks to Tracy Wood

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Betty and Bailey, loving their first holiday at Winterton.

We realise that it is not always possible to keep dogs off the furniture, so please bring a blanket or throw to protect the seating, also your pet's own bedding and feeding bowls.

 Dogs should not be allowed on the beds at any time.  

They MUST be kept on a lead whilst walking on the park and any 'accidents' should be cleaned up  and the plastic bags placed in the bins provided throughout the park.

Once off the park and in the valley or dunes, there are miles of traffic-free walks to exercise off the lead.

Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.

There is a charge of £20 each pet (per week)        £5 each pet (per night, short breaks)





We appreciate you may like to have a day out without your dog. Perhaps shopping in Norwich, taking the children to Pleasurewood Hills, or any other place where dogs are not allowed?

Caister Kennels, just a few minutes drive from Winterton Valley are pleased to welcome day visitors. You can drop your dog off any time between 8.30am and 11am, and collect again  between 3.30pm and 6pm.

They even offer a collection and delivery service, (subject to availability).

All dogs must be fully vaccinated, including kennel cough.

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Our Pepsi  1991 -  2004  He loved Winterton Valley.


This report is from and enthusiastic site visitor, Cody the Labrador puppy, (with a little help from his mum, Tracy)

My humans Tracy and Linda piled up the car with all our stuff in July, and we soon arrived at the Winterton Valley Chalet Park at Winterton on Sea. This was my first time, and my Westie brother Archie's fourth visit. Tracy and Linda told me it was good, but as I am only 14 months old I am not used to going on summer hols, I did not know what was coming!. Archie told me that Tracy found the site when looking for doggie holidays on the net, and took him with our old lab Rory for other visits.

 The chalets are modern, with a kitchen, bathroom with shower, a good size lounge area, two bedrooms, and two patios to follow the sun. The chalets are spotless, no two are the same. On the chalet park Archie and I have to be under control at all times, kiddywinks and all that. Archie loves going for a walk round the park to see his pals from previous visits, the chalets are privately owned so his friends are usually about. I made some new friends, on my walks.

Our chalet was on the front row, so that means a few yards to the edge of the park area and miles of walks. The sand dune valley that separates the beach from the park is about five minutes for humans to cross and reach the beach, You can easily reach the beach from the chalet park, and I can do it in one minute. The walks are the best, the valley runs between Hemsby (seaside fun) and Winterton (quiet with a very doggie friendly pub), and they even invited me into the church, but not the seal sanctuary, that is for humans. Tracy got out of bed at 6 in the morning to walk us up the valley to Winterton, past the beach café (lovely sausages and ice creams), and walk back along the sandy beach

Tracy has also organised us for days out, we don’t want to sit in the car, while they go places like Wroxham Barns, Blakeney Point, Sheringham, Cromer and Aldeburgh, no!  We like Redwings the Horse Sanctuary because we can go round as well, but hours in a hot car are not for us. Instead we go and stay at Caister Kennels, 10 minutes from the chalet they do doggie day care, or we can stay over.  Acres to play in, very clean and a lot of fun.

 Winterton Holidays and Caister Kennels, very highly recommended indeed!

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