An "exclusive" two-acre dog park offering private sessions has opened in a village near Norwich.

Salhouse Dog Park is located in Honeycombe Road, around six miles northeast of the city, and makes use of a former field on the outskirts of the village. 

The park features a six-foot-high, fully-fenced field that ensures "safe" play for dogs big and small via a time-allotted booking system. 

Eastern Daily Press: The field will also feature a free-standing shelter for rainy daysThe field will also feature a free-standing shelter for rainy days (Image: Salhouse Dog Park)

Sessions cost £6 for 25 minutes or £10 for 55 minutes, allowing up to four dogs and two cars in each "exclusive" booking.

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Early reception from locals has been positive, praising the park's proximity to major hubs and for providing a place to exercise nervous dogs.

Eastern Daily Press: The park opened earlier this weekThe park opened earlier this week (Image: Salhouse Dog Park)

A spokeswoman for Salhouse Dog Park said: "We have been inundated with enquiries and are so thrilled to see you and your pups enjoying our new park."

The opening hours for the dog park are sunrise until sunset and precise times will be displayed on the Salhouse Dog Park website which is coming soon.