This report is from an enthusiastic site visitor: My humans Tracy and Linda piled up the car with all our stuff in July, 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 power shower, a good size lounge area, two bedrooms, and two patios to follow the sun. The chalets are spotless (Linda has standards, and this is her idea of roughing it), 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 W 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 110 was on the front, so that means a few yards to the edge of the park area and miles of walks. The sand dune valley separates the beach from the park is about five minutes for humans to cross and reach the beach, You can most easily reach this part of the beach from the chalet park so it is like your own quiet private beach. I can do it in one minute. The walks are the best, the valley runs between Hemsby (seaside fun) and Winterton (quiet with very doggie friendly pubs - I do lunch you know), 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 (I pretended I had not seen the seal swimming along with us), that doubles for the Caribbean in films,
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DogPeople Says : Winterton Holidays 2009
Chalets on the front of the park have full sea views. Miles of walks along the valley, dunes and beach. Dogs allowed on the beach all year round. All electricity and heating included.
2018 - £235 to £475 per week
April 1st to October 28th 2018. Short breaks may be available early and late season.
Number & Type of Properties:
Four self catering chalets each with 2 bedrooms sleeping maximum 5.
- Bed Linen Available at Extra Cost
- Children Welcome
- Drying Facilities
- Electricity Included
- Off Road Parking
- Open Garden
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