It’s been a tough few days for all of us I’m sure.
We all face uncertainty.
I’ve been hitting the cancellation button constantly, which is a strange feeling as I only hit it for the first time in 10 years on Monday. I have enjoyed hosting families here in Caister for all that time and boosting local businesses by bringing quality tourism to the village.
Thank you to my previous guests, most of you I really enjoyed chatting with 😂 So I hope to be here in future years to welcome returning and new guests but bills have to be paid somehow. When I figure it out I’ll let you all know how...
With the future being so hard to predict and in order to protect my local community I have decided to close the cottage until the 30th April. This date will be moved in line with government advice but I don’t want to be responsible for bringing covid-19 to my neighbours, friends and residents of our fine village.
Despite the financial issues this will create I have decided to refund all guests booked to 30th April in full and will continue to do so as needed. Although my terms clearly state there are no refunds we are all in trouble at this time and my overdraft should cover all outstanding bookings 🤨 It’s not our fault that we are in this situation and we need to look after each other.
Caister on Sea dog friendly beach in Norfolk, as the name suggests, welcomes your family pet, and it’s great to know that there are no restrictions here. In fact most local businesses are very pet-friendly, so why not bring your best friend on holiday with you? All the pubs and most restaurants in the village will allow your dog to accompany you and, being a dog owner myself, I can point you in the direction of many interesting activities you can all enjoy. One of my favourites is to visit the Norfolk Broads at Potter Heigham, hire an electric day boat for a few hours and relax onboard with all my family, enjoying a few snacks while watching the world go by. Walk west out of the village on one of the many footpaths and you are at the entrance to the Broads, or you simply walk through your private gate right onto the beach in only five steps. So when looking for dog friendly cottages to rent in Norfolk, visit Caister on Sea, as it’s a welcoming place for you and your four legged friends.
So while you are planning on which holiday cottages to rent in Norfolk, you need to consider the Caister-On-Sea dog friendly beach, which is just that. On leaving the cottage and walking onto the sands, you can turn left and head 30 or 40 miles along the coast if you choose. Walking past Hemsby, Scratby to the seal colony at Horsey, and when you have had enough, grab a bus back to Caister-on-Sea. The other option is to turn right towards Caister-on-Sea’s own independent lifeboat station and continue on to Great Yarmouth in 45 minutes or so through a SSSI (site of special scientific interest), which is an important natural dune system, perhaps even being followed by a seal swimming alongside you on your journey.
When I travel, I want my family and my dog to be comfortable and to enjoy their break from regular life, so I spend a little time listing what my priorities should be and which holiday cottages to rent in Norfolk will make the list. I hope Caister Beach Cottages will be on yours. I take pride in making sure my guests have an amazing time, and have many repeat guests. It’s one of this occupations highlights to welcome back families over the years and see little kids grow up over time and as I have rented my Norfolk holiday cottage for over eleven years now, I’ve welcomed a lot of families back. So as Caister On Sea dog friendly beach in Norfolk welcomes dog owners, which is not the case everywhere, bring your dog with you on a short or long break to Caister On Sea. Check availability and book on our website at https://www.caisterbeach.co.uk, or use the online contact form to ask any questions or give me a ring on 07841 713903 to discuss your stay today.
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