Searles Leisure Resort has claimed a great location on the back of Hunstanton Beach, ideal for booking a lodge with your dog. The sands here stretch for miles in both directions, so you can pick a spot and enjoy the best north Norfolk has to offer.
There are dog-friendly beaches close by, Holme-next-the-Sea is just minutes away and pooches are allowed here unrestricted.
The resort itself is packed with things to do. The outdoor pool is a big hit in the summer with its sunbathing patio and thrilling slides. When the weather is cooler, a heated pool inside offers family fun.
At A Glance
Indoor Heated Pool
Kids Play Area
Private Hot Tub
Shop / Supermarket
Flat Screen TV
Iron & Ironing Board
About Searles Leisure Resort
Each caravan and holiday home is neatly laid out with all the essentials. The resort has all kinds of luxurious touches that guests can enjoy, such as a whirlpool and sauna, and in the evening there’s entertainment for the whole family.
With 2 and 3 bedroom caravans and holiday homes available, there is a range of accommodation here. Everyone has use of the long list of great facilities on site, there’s an indoor pool,an outdoor pool with slides, a splash zone, 3 bars, 2 restaurants and amusements.
One or 2 dogs are welcome to stay in select types of accommodation here. The holiday homes have laminated floors, so clean up after a long walk is easy to do. And the beach nearby permits dogs all year around, so you can all enjoy time on the sands together.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Heacham
The north coast of Norfolk has some of the longest stretches of sand in the UK so it’s the perfect place for playing on the beach and walking along the coast.
Hunstanton is home to a blue flag beach that goes on for miles. It’s lifeguarded during high season so is popular with families. In the town there are shops, cafes, ice-cream parlours galore, plus there are a few fun fair rides and amusements too.
The Sealife Centre here gives visitors the chance to get up close to rescued seals, penguins, otters and penguins. Wells-next-the-Sea, with its charming harbour and colourful beach huts, is a 30-minute drive along the coast. And for beaches where dogs can play all year long, Holme-next-the-Sea is the place to head.
Snettisham Park is a working farm where young and old can go on a deer safari. You can also feed the pigs and sheep, and collect fresh eggs from the barn. The Sandringham Estate is the Queen’s country home, and it’s open to the public during the summer. There’s the house, gardens and an exhibition to see, plus a tea room and gift shop as well.
North Norfolk is as pretty as a picture. The beaches are sandy with big blue skies that go on forever. There are nature reserves such as the one at Scolt Head Island where birds and wildlife can be spotted.
And with quaint villages dotted around that are crammed with historical cottages and traditional ways, there is something to discover at every turn.
If you like everything in one place, Searles Leisure Resort is ideal. There is a huge list of things to do onsite, and the beach and lively town are right on the doorstep.
Searles Leisure Resort
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