Dog Friendly Lodges Norfolk
Explore our collection of dog-friendly cottages in Norfolk, featuring fabulous seaside retreats and countryside manors that provide the perfect base for exploring this magnificent part of the country with your canine companion.
Whether you're planning scenic walks around the North Norfolk coast or wanting to head down the Norfolk broads, we've got the best pet friendly cottages for your furry friend.
- North Walsham, EnglandWithin 2 miles of the beach, peacefully tucked away along the North Norfolk coast, surrounded by open countryside, these traditional Norfolk brick and flint barns (refs 30395, 30396, 30397, 30398, UKC660 and UK36552) have been converted, boasting character features, oak flooring, wood burners and equipped to provide the warmest welcome and a very relaxing holiday. With the owners living on-site, each barn has been carefully designed to retain its own privacy, and boasts a fenced courtyard garden with seating furniture and a barbecue. The seaside village of Walcott is within walking distance, and just a short drive away are the traditional seaside towns of Cromer, Sheringham, Mundesley and Sea Palling. Guests are welcome to enjoy the 1-acre of shared meadow grassland for play, relaxing or exploring. The site is abundant in nature and wildlife, with its own resident barn owl. Quiet lanes and footpaths surround the barns to offer excellent walking and cycling direct from the doorstep. The City of Norwich is approximately a 30-minute drive away, and has many attractions including excellent shopping, cathedral, castle museum, theatre, art galleries, cafés and restaurants. Wroxham, 12 miles, capital of the famous Norfolk Broads is great for daily boat hire, river trips and waterside cafés. Fantastic family days out can be enjoyed at Cromer, 12 miles, where there is a promenade, pier, seasonal entertainment, beach, Amazona Zoo and RNLI working lifeboat station. Take a boat trip from Blakeney Quay to visit the basking seal colonies or go crabbing along the quayside. Golf nearby. Beach 2 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£132Price per night from
- Hunstanton, EnglandTucked away alongside South Beach, a wonderful wide sandy stretch of coastline at the southern end of the popular seaside resort of Hunstanton, known to many as ‘Sunny Hunny’. Famous for its miles of beautiful beach, stretching all the way up the coast onto Snettisham. Its majestic red and white cliffs provide wonderful walking for all seasons, also revealing many low-tide rock pools. This coastal home is a 1-minute walk to the excellent sandy beach and just 10 minutes’ walk to the town centre. Having a wealth of attractions, including seasonal boat trips to see the grey seals, a Sea Life Centre, fun fair, amusement arcades, and a host of other seaside attractions too. After enjoying a day at the beach, or a wonderful coastal walk, you will be pleased to find a list of great places to eat and drink nearby.
This upside-down seaside home offers two bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor, with stairs leading to the first floor open plan living area, directing you to a veranda with partial sea views including an enclosed garden to the rear of the property.
Neighbouring Heacham is home to Norfolk Lavender, and the Royal Sandringham House is 9.5 miles, home of the Royal Family since 1861. Further inland, within an hours’ drive, you will find the famous Norfolk Broads National Park, miles of waterways best explored by boat with daily boat hire available locally and plenty of riverside restaurants to enjoy. Not to forget the historic city of Norwich, a must for any shopaholics, having two indoor shopping malls, market square, theatre, cathedral, castle museum and plenty of eateries to enjoy. Beach 30 yards. Shops, pub, and restaurant within 600 yards.£74Price per night from
- North Walsham, EnglandThis stunningly presented semi-detached holiday barn makes the perfect location for a family break away or a couple’s retreat. Oozing with character and boasting riverside and countryside walks from the door, this property is in an idyllic location to get away from it all and relax with your loved ones. The living area boasts a fresh, roomy, contemporary living space with a vaulted ceiling and wooden floor, and has been furnished with elegant décor. At the end of a busy day you can gather around the wood burner to relax and unwind. The farmhouse kitchen/dining room is a great place to cook and dine. The property boasts a ground floor kingsize bedroom and stairs leading off the living room to the bathroom with shower over bath, while the second bedroom has zip and link twin beds, that can be made to form a super kingsize bed.
If you can break away from this beautiful property, why not head for a day out, the property has the ideal location for exploring the Norfolk Broads and the North Norfolk Coastline. Wroxham, 6 miles, known as the ’Capital of the Broads’ is usually the first port of call. Hiring a boat is arguably the best way to explore one of Britain’s finest wetlands or you can enjoy a river trip. Nature lovers are advised to bring binoculars, as the Norfolk Broads are home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. Keep your eyes peeled for otters, kingfishers or the elusive bittern (one of the rarest species of birds in the UK). If you’d rather stay a little closer to home, the water meadow (with grazing cattle in summer), provides an ideal backdrop for riverside walks, fishing and canoeing.
The Norfolk coastline has a wealth of sandy beaches, RSPB nature and bird reserves, coastal paths and the traditional seaside towns of Cromer, 15 miles, and Sheringham, 19 miles, offer an array of activities for all ages. Mundesley, 12 miles, Sea Palling, 13 miles and Horsey, 17 miles, offer excellent wide sandy beaches. Fishing is available (in season and dependent on water levels) from the owner’s own riverbank and good walking and cycling can be found from the door. Nearby is Bure Valley Railway Line, a nostalgic 18-mile round trip by steam on Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge railway, running through pretty countryside between the historic market towns of Aylsham and Wroxham, stopping at Buxton, Coltishall for on/off exploring by foot and Alby Crafts Museum. National Trust properties in the vicinity include Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park and Horsey Windpump. Make sure you visit Horsey Beach between December and February for your chance to spot hundreds of grey seals and pups along the shore. Beach 12 miles. The village of Buxton has a pub, shop and a fish and chip shop 1¼ miles.£93Price per night from
- Briston, EnglandCraymere Cottages have been furnished and decorated with loving care by the owners. They stand about 10ft away from each other on opposite sides of the lane.
Pittendrigh Cottage (ref CTQ) is a detached, compact brick and flint barn conversion that is just packed with charm. It has a lovely landscaped garden which backs on to unspoilt woodland so you can enjoy the view from your private hot tub.
Pheasant Cottage (ref UK12353) is a terraced cottage, has views across open fields and boasts a lovely wood burner.
Peacefully tucked away in the North Norfolk village of Briston, they lie just 6 miles from Holt and within easy reach of the coastline with the coastal path, RSPB nature and bird reserves. Blakeney Quay is approximately 10 miles away where you can enjoy a spot of crabbing or take a boat trip out to see the seals. It’s also only a few miles from the famous Thursford Steam Collection with its Christmas Spectacular, the largest Christmas show in England, and Santa’s Magical Journey. There are village shops and a pub within a few minutes’ drive. The network of quiet lanes and footpaths offer good walking and cycling opportunities from the door, and fishing is also available nearby. Beach 10 miles. Shops, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 6 guests.£72Price per night from
- Norfolk, EnglandPerfect for a relaxing break, Deer Park Lookout is a charming, spacious conversion which enjoys spectacular views across a beautiful deer park grazed by red and fallow deer, this wildlife haven is just 6 miles from the lovely North Norfolk Coast. For fishing and birdwatching enthusiasts there is a 14-acre lake as well as a network of footpaths round the park to explore, and if you don’t want to cook in the evening there is even an excellent restaurant within walking distance. Deer Park Lookout is close to the owners’ 18th century farmhouse, and is only 2 miles from Roughton village shop and Gunton’s railway station, and 6 miles from Cromer’s seaside attractions. The National Trusts Blickling and Felbrigg Halls are nearby and the Broads are easily accessible. Shop 2 miles, The Gunton Arms pub with restaurant within walking distance.£84Price per night from
- Happisburgh, EnglandThis stunning location is perfect for exploring the best of Norfolk with its amazing coastline and famous Norfolk Broads. A favourite choice for summer and winter escapes. Nestled in the countryside with a lovely garden and extended views across open countryside, and just a 5-minutes’ drive to the excellent sandy beach at Sea Palling, and 10 minutes’ drive from the amazing Norfolk Broads National Park. Boasting contemporary open plan living accommodation with wood burner for cosy nights in, sympathetically and beautifully refurbished to offer modern conveniences, yet still retaining plenty of charm. Situated in a Site of Special Scientific Interest, which is rich in bird and wildlife. The area offers great walking and cycling from doorstep, the Coastal Route is popular with enthusiasts.
A great place to return to is the lovely lawn garden with seating furniture and delightful uninterrupted countryside views, or a short walk away is the award-winning pub serving good food. Nearby are the glorious sandy beaches at Sea Palling, Waxham and Horsey Gap, often visited by seals with their pups during winter months. Visit the famous lighthouse at Happisburgh, Sea Palling with shops, café, restaurants and jet ski hire for the adrenaline seekers! Wroxham, known as capital of the Norfolk Broads, 9 miles, has many waterside cafés, restaurants, shops and daily river trips and daily boat hire available. You can also catch the Bure Valley Steam Railway here for a wonderful trip to the market town of Aylsham, or take the train to Cromer, which is a traditional seaside resort with pier and promenade. The nearest village is Stalham, with its supermarket, shops, cafés and restaurants.
Historical attractions include many National Trust properties including Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Horsey Windpump. Other places of interest include Sheringham, 22 miles, home to the North Norfolk Steam Railway and the National Trust Sheringham Gardens. Or visit the city of Norwich with its cathedral, castle, museums, galleries, restaurants, cinema, theatre and shopping with two malls and market square. Beach 3 miles. Pub ¼ mile, Shop and restaurant 1 ¾ miles.£81Price per night from
- Lessingham, England
£162Price per night from
- Proper family and dog friendly country house
- Mile long green track to the beach
- Close to Sea Palling for shop and cafe
- Easy walk to dog friendly pub - The Lessingham Star
- Very large secure grass garden
- Offroad parking for up to 6 cars
- Dogs very welcome!
- Anne Stannard Way, EnglandThis contemporary, detached bungalow has been renovated throughout, providing stylish accommodation and is ideal for a holiday at any time of the year. Situated in the coastal village of Bacton, it is located in a quiet cul-de-sac just a short stroll from a sandy beach. The living room has a feature ornamental fireplace, French doors lead from the conservatory to the garden, and there is a large gravelled parking area with a garage.
The seaside resorts of Cromer and Sheringham are just 12 miles away, as is Wroxham, the ‘Capital of the Broads’. The stark natural beauty of the Broads is best appreciated from the water, and with daily river trips or boats to hire, Wroxham is as good a place as any to start down the River Bure. A day at the outdoor tree adventure park BeWILDerwood in Horning is sure to leave children in high spirits, and nearby Bacton Woods is ideal for cycling and woodland picnics. For avid gardeners, a visit to the Old Vicarage Gardens at East Ruston is a must in the summertime, and golfers won’t be disappointed with the courses at The Royal Cromer and Mundesley.
National Trust properties in the vicinity include Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall, Sheringham Park and Horsey Windpump. Visit Horsey Beach between December and February for your chance to spot hundreds of grey seals and pups along the shore. Alternatively, the historical city of Norwich boasts a number of theatres and museums, cobbled streets lined with shops and cafés, along with an outstanding cathedral. Walking, cycling, bird watching and sea fishing are also available locally. Shop 750 yards, pub and restaurant 350 yards.£68Price per night from
- Ingham, England
£104Price per night from
- Sleeps 4 in 2 double bed bedrooms
- Unlimited dogs welcome free of charge
- Single storey
- Open plan living/dining area
- Luxury shower room
- Fully enclosed garden - grass, patio and shrubs
- 4ft+ fencing all round
- Off road, private parking for 2 cars.
- Many, quiet, off road walks from the door: Weavers Way
- Short drive to a choice of dog friendly sandy beaches.
- EV charger for guest use
- Gorleston-on-Sea, EnglandThis delightful spacious holiday property with a large enclosed garden, set just 0.5 miles from the bustling seafront at Gorleston-on-Sea, provides a wonderful venue for a family holiday and all year round breaks, boasting a glorious sandy beach and promenade, ideal for enjoying a spot of walking or cycling or sampling the delightful tea shops. The area also offers many attractions including thrilling rides at Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park, Fritton Lake Country World and Oulton Broad for boat trips. The quaint harbours of the North Norfolk Coast and the wonderful medieval city of Norwich with its cathedral, castle, museums and galleries are all an easy drive. Shop and pub 0.75 miles.£74Price per night from