Dog Walking Holidays

Dog walking holidays UK

Dog walking holidays UK are on the rise. With more of us welcoming a pet into the family what better way to holiday than with your four-legged friend. It should be noted that with over 500 properties we will have the right break for you and your pooch. Definitely head to the Suffolk coast and discover Azure Seas. Azure must be one of the most dog friendly sites in the county. Corton Beach is located just north of Lowestoft. A mixture of coarse sand and shingle this beach is perfect for your furry friend to burn off some energy. Along with this there are no dog bans in operation. This means your dog can explore all year round.

Azure Seas.

Up on the cliff is Azure Seas Holiday Village. A secluded woodland park with caravans and lodges offering stunning views of the North Sea. In contrast to many holiday parks Azure is sandwiched between the beach one side and Corton Woods the other. Clearly this makes it the perfect base for any dog lover. One day you can be walking along the shingle beach, the next discovering ancient woodland with your dog exploring ahead.

Perfect Beach Break

After exploring the beach and woodland you will all return muddy pawed, this isn’t a problem at Azure. Located next to reception is a doggy shower ready equipped to clean off all that mud and sand. Without a doubt Azure Seas is the perfect break away for you and your furry friend. As the sun goes down relax on the deck of your own lodge knowing that your dog is secure. Watch the sunset and enjoy a glass of something as you all relax together as a family.

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Best dog walking holidays UK

Some of the best dog walking holidays UK can be found in Norfolk. Book your break away at Heacham Beach now. This can be secured for just a £25 deposit. Importantly we have many dog friendly properties on Heacham making it an obvious choice. Heacham Beach Holiday Park is minutes’ walk from both North and South Beach. Linked together both beaches provide a lovely long stretch to wander along.

However when looked at separately the beaches couldn’t be more different. North Beach is busier, with a promenade and beach huts. From here you can stroll along with an ice cream in hand and take in the views of the Wash. Being dog friendly your furry friend will love exploring the beach. During the summer months North Beach becomes a bit noisier due to the Jet Skis allowed to operate from here.

North Beach

In contrast to North beach, South beach is more rugged and empty. Walking from North to South you will notice a more rugged feel. Sand Dunes replace the promenade, stepping up onto these dunes gives you a stunning view over the marshes and vast landscape of Norfolk. Heacham South is definitely one of Norfolk’s quieter beaches even during the height of Summer. Undoubtedly this makes it the perfect location to holiday with your pooch. One thing to consider is that during nesting season (April to August) dogs must be kept on a lead to avoid disturbing the nesting birds.

Heacham is ideal for nature lovers. Running from South beach towards Snettisham you will find many wading birds. The mudflats of the estuary form the perfect place for these birds to eat and nest. Pick the times correctly and you will experience the Wader Spectacular. Watch as thousands of birds take flight in a swarm over head as the tide floods the ground. Book a break at Heacham Beach now and discover this gem of Norfolk.

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Best dog friendly breaks UK

For one of the best dog friendly breaks UK head to the glorious Suffolk Heritage Coast. Just minutes away from the coast is Carlton Meres. Situated just outside the historic market town of Saxmundham, Carlton Meres is the perfect retreat for you and your dog. In addition to many dog friendly properties there is mile of countryside walks for little paws to explore. Carlton Meres is home to two large lakes to for you to enjoy gentle strolls around before retiring back to your holiday home for something warm.

Suffolk Heritage Coast

Undoubtedly the Suffolk Heritage Coast is one of the most dog friendly areas to visit. With over 50 miles of gorgeous coastline to explore it is a haven for both humans and our four-legged friends. Largely undisturbed, Suffolk is home to beautiful landscapes and dramatic open skies. Quaint fishing villages and busy market towns attract tourists from far and wide. With arts festivals and stunning locally sourced food the Suffolk coast is a feast for mind and body.

A short drive from Carlton Meres you will find the beautiful Southwold. This charming seaside town has so much to offer visitors, from beaches to boutique shops. Many of these are dog friendly and allow entry for your furry friend including the flagship store of Adnams Brewery. From beer to locally produced gin and vodka this is definitely worth a visit. Whilst in town head to the famous Southwold Pier and discover the hall of mirrors and the water clock which puts on an impressive display every 30minutes. The Beach Cafe, which is dog friendly offers a vast menu from drinks to snacks to full meals.


You will find nearby Aldeburgh fantastically dog friendly also. The colourful houses and pebble beach give this town a romantic feel. In addition to this you will find many dog friendly shops, such as the Wag & Bone boutique. You will find a water bowl outside many of the shops in town – a definite sign that your pooch will be welcomed. A walk along the River Debden will find you in Woodbridge. This port and market town lies just 8 miles from the sea and 7 miles from Ipswich. Absolutely a great place to visit with your furry friend. Explore the many dog friendly shops in town then head to the Kings Head pub for lunch for both you and doggo. Here you will find the famous ‘Mutts Menu’ which includes tasty treats for your dog like 28 day aged pigs ear, Honey dried pigs snout or ramekin of gravy bones.

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Dog friendly holidays 2022

There are so many options for dog friendly holidays 2022. 2cHolidays has you covered from Yorkshire all the way down to Kent. Imagine turning and see your dog behind the bars of the ‘holiday’ kennel staring back at you like a scene from The Pawshank Redemption. No owner wants to see this, the alternative is to bring pooch along with you. Dogs feel the stresses of everyday life as much as we do so a break away can work wonders for them.

Spend time together

Dogs pick up on our moods so spending time together on holiday when we’re relaxed will help them relax too. Undoubtedly when we are happy, relaxed and having fun this rubs off on to our furry friends. Spending time with your dog can do wonders for your mental health, but this works both ways. Your dog loves spending time with you as well! Without a doubt we all find time scarce due to work and other commitments, so giving your dog all the love and attention they deserve can be hard. On your break away you will have time to properly bond and reconnect and create special memories with your friends and family – including the dog.

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Stay in shape.

According to the British Veterinary Association, 60% of vets say obesity is the biggest healthcare concern for UK pets. Bearing this in mind, taking your dog away on holiday is the perfect excuse to stretch those furry legs. Either running along golden beaches or exploring ancient woodlands: can you imagine your dog any happier? We have many pawfect properties to start your adventure.

Taking your dog away with you can make your holiday even better. Dogs are the perfect holiday companion, they are a conversation starter, always up for fun and don’t spend ages looking at their phones or tablets. As if this wasn’t enough to convince you, think about how much you will save by avoiding kennel or dog sitting charges? Win-win!