If you’re looking for a scenic location to take your dog for a walk, then look no further than Felbrigg Hall in North Norfolk.
Felbrigg Hall is a national Trust property, so if you’re a member you get free parking. If you’re not, there’s a small charge. Dogs aren’t actually allowed in the Hall or the Walled Garden (the parts you have to pay for) but they’re welcome to explore the grounds and they’re welcome in the cafe and book shop too.
There’s a great selection of walks to choose from, they’re all clearly sign posted and easy to follow. We chose the “Victory V” as it went through the woods and was therefore nice and cool for the dogs.
Dogs have to stay on the lead for maybe the first 50 metres, but once you’re into the woods they’re allowed off the lead as long as they recall well. The dogs enjoyed exploring the woods and finding lots of new sniffs.
After our walk, we stopped for a drink & a cake at the cafe. We chose to sit out in the picturesque courtyard, however well-behaved dogs were welcome inside. Like every National Trust property I’ve visited, there was a large selection of fresh & tasty cakes to choose from, as well as the typical sandwich selection, snacks and teas and coffees.
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading about our trip to Felbrigg Hall. It was a great day out, a very “British” place to visit. I’d definitely say it’s worth a visit if you’re looking for a relaxing, steady day out with your 4 legged friend.
E & P x