This is my first report on our family holiday in Norfolk at a place called Happisburgh. The peeps say it is pronounced Haze-bra but we like to think of it as "happy's burgh" as it sounds more fun BOL
We had a four hour car journey from our home and we nine doggies were safely installed in seats and crates all the way. We were quiet as mice on the motorway but once we stopped at a service area and saw the doggie in the next door car, we all let rip to warn him not to think of bothering us. He kept very quiet and would not even look at us after that.
Well, when we arrived at the cottage we had a good look round. There are pretty windows in the hallway and flowers in the rooms which the peeps thought was a lovely touch...and the cakes!
But we doggies were also well catered for with a packet of tasty doggie treats too.
There are special dog throws on the furniture and a wood burning stove for when the evening gets cool. This is me and Mum enjoying the warm fire :-)
Some of the pretty flowers in the kitchen..
Some of us enjoying our first explore of the huge garden.
Crybbe making himself at home, posing in front of the doorway :-)
A view down the garden.
Checking out the good smells under the hedge
Me among the autumn leaves :-)
We started to choose our favourite sleeping spot for the nighttime - Magic in her bed..
My grandmother Aoife in the fireplace bed BOL
And me with my woolly jumper in case I get cold at night.
More holiday adventures to come.......