Hoomans and canine furry friends from all over the UK – this is a newsflash – The Barking Bugle’s ‘Dogs’ Holiday Guide to Norfolk’ is out now!
A team of entrepreneurial dogs headed up by Frodo Cavalier have put paw to pen to produce a printed tourist guide written for dogs by dogs, featuring all the very best Norfolk has to offer the doggy tourist! Pawesome!
‘A Dogs’ Holiday Guide to Norfolk’, published by The Barking Bugle, will be available from April 2018 and it’s packed full of information for the discerning K9 visitor to the county: beaches, walks, days out, tourist attractions and information on the very best places to stay from 5 star hotels to seaside cottages to glamping! There’s even a competition to win a week’s holiday at a dog friendly cottage in Norfolk. How pawfect is that!
For those of you who are unfamiliar with The Barking Bugle it is an online newspaper woofing the latest canine news from across the county and also a tourist guide, giving the pawblic information about canine friendly locations in Norfolk, from recommended accommodation to the best sandy beaches and wonderful places to eat out. There are several canine repawters on the team who work tirelessly to keep this information up to date.
The Barking Bugle has been established now for several years and it is the brainchild of Ruby Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Frodo. He was born and bred in Norfolk and he felt it was appropriate to inform everyone about how beautiful this wonderful county really is. There is so much lovely scenery to enjoy and many dog friendly places to visit that he felt he had to woof about it to everyone out there. He recently barked, ‘My team and I are extremely proud of this first ever printed edition and really hope holidaymakers to Norfolk will enjoy reading the contents’.
Those of you who know The Bugle well will be aware that Frodo and his two brothers, Pupstar (the Events’ and Entertainment Editor) and Gizmo (Head of Tourism) have always been very active, taking part in various events up and down the country. They have organised many dog shows, appeared at Crufts, met several celebrities (Gizmo recently appeared in ITV’s ‘Britain’s Favourite Dogs’ hosted by Ben Fogle and Sarah Cox), campaigned for various charities and causes and raised funds for local Fire Stations to have pet oxygen masks. The list of their achievements is truly phenomenal!
Frodo and his team which also includes Science Editor Lily, a Borderjack, Lifestyle Editors, Thor & Loki, the Collie bruvvers, Foreign Correspondent Cocoa, a Spanish Water dog, and Junior Repawter, Poppy, a Maltese Terrier, have all been working hard to sniff out all the best that Norfolk has to offer.
The magazine will be available from mid April and distributed at Tourist Information Centres, an array of dog friendly establishments and visitors’ attractions, hotels and eateries. Copies will also be available at the many dog shows that The Barking Bugle host throughout the year. If you can’t get hold of a copy Don’t Panic! There is an online version which can be viewed on The Barking Bugle website.
It certainly is a most informative guide to all things doggy and we suggest anyone coming to Norfolk with their canine friends should quickly see what all the fuss is about! And what’s more the guide – is absolutely free!
Woofs – The Editorial Team
How to get your paws on a copy of this pawblication
By post – Postage £2.50 per copy. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for payment details
Online – Click Here
In dog/person – visit one of the many outlets listed below:-
The Dabbling Duck Inn – Great Massingham
Caley Hall Hotel – Old Hunstanton
Coastal Veterinary Group – Snettisham
Heacham Manor Hotel – Heacham
The Kings Head Hotel – Bircham
The Lifeboat Inn – Thornham
Shuck’s – Thornham
Thornham Deli – Thornham
The Orange Tree – Thornham
Wells & Walsingham Light Railway – Wells-next-the-Sea
Sowerby’s Holiday Lets – Burnham Market
Cliff Top Café – Overstrand
The Maltsters Inn – Ranworth
The Bridge Inn – Lenwade
Bure Valley Railway – Aylsham
Bure Valley Railway – Wroxham
Whitwell & Reepham Station – Whitwell
Fairhaven Woodland and Gardens – South Walsham
How Hill Information Centre (Toad Cottages) – Ludham
Whitlingham County Park (Norwich) Information Centre
Leaping Hare Information Centre – Thetford
Norwich Tourist Information Centre
Sheringham Park Information Centre
King’s Lynn Tourist Information Centre
Hunstanton Tourist Information Centre
Burnham Deepdale Tourist Information Centre
Wells Tourist Information Centre
Walsingham Tourist Information Centre
Sheringham Tourist Information Centre
Cromer Tourist Information Centre
Hoveton and Wroxham Tourist Information Centre
Mundesley Tourist Information Centre
Great Yarmouth Tourist Information Centre