Dog-friendly Hotels Norfolk
Explore our collection of dog-friendly hotels 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.
- Saxlingham Thorpe, EnglandThis impressive, detached house stands proudly in two acres of land, which is divided into formal garden and woodland. Furnished to a very good standard by its owner, it creates a relaxing and stylish environment, and with its indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and sauna, it is a perfect holiday location for family celebrations or a get together, whatever the season. Sandalls Marsh is ideally situated for exploring Norfolk and Suffolk. The historical market towns of Diss, Loddon and Wymondham are well worth a visit, as is the unspoilt North Norfolk Coast, with its pretty coastal villages and glorious beaches. Alternatively, spend a day enjoying the famous Norfolk Broads. Children will love BeWILDerwood, the treetop adventure park. The Suffolk Heritage Coast and the popular seaside towns of Southwold and Lowestoft are less than 30 miles away. The historical city of Norwich is just 6 miles away, with its cathedrals, museums, theatre, excellent shopping and cosmopolitan cafés. Thetford Forest is only 10 miles for adventure walking and cycle routes. Golf and walking are available locally. Beach 25 miles. Shop 3 miles, pub ¼ mile.£294From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Costessey, EnglandWith exclusive use of its own indoor heatedswimming pool, this detached, traditionally-built, single-storey holiday property is located within an area of SSSI along the peaceful backwater of the River Wensum. French doors lead to an enclosed secluded garden terrace, complete with sun loungers and barbecue, with pathway leading to private river frontage with use of seating furniture, rowing boat and canoe, where visitors can enjoy this wonderful backwater to the full, its peace only interrupted by the occasional rowing boat of an angler. The village has two pubs, shops, post office, golf course, snooker hall and extensive country walks. The city of Norwich is 5 miles for excellent shopping, theatre, castle museum, cathedral, fine restaurants, cafés and bars. Wroxham (10 miles), capital of the Norfolk Broads, offers river trips and daily boat hire to explore the expanse of waterways. A 40-minute drive leads to the Heritage North Norfolk coast, ‘Admiral Nelson’s country’, where there are Blue Flag sandy beaches, extensive salt marshes, RSPB reserves and the coastal path for excellent walking. Boat trips are available all year to visit the basking seals and Blakeney Point nature reserve. Nearby, the stately homes of Holkham and Blickling are amongst the finest in East Anglia. The Royal Sandringham Estate and museum is open to the public when the Royals are not in residence. The coastal resorts of Cromer and Sheringham offer an array of attractions for all ages, a cliff-top golf course, plenty of shops and restaurants. Still operational, the fishing harbour operates a small fleet of boats to catch succulent fresh lobsters and crabs, which are brought back to be sold locally. Promenade gardens, pier with seasonal live entertainment and the Royal Life Boat Centre can all be found at Cromer. Sheringham is headquarters for the North Norfolk Steam Railway, where during the summer trains travel back and forth along the coast to neighbouring villages. Shop 800 yards.£128From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Swanton Morley, EnglandDesigned exclusively and stylishly furnished to sleep six with en-suite and four poster bed to the master bedroom and family bathroom, this holiday barn conversion is set amongst beautiful countryside. Neighbouring Frogs Hall, set within the owner’s twenty acres of grounds comprising small, private livery yard, grazing paddocks with horses, large lawned garden, as well as a private pool, hot tub and lounging area set inside a large covered enclosure (open daily 9am to 6.30pm Easter - end Oct). Swanton Morley with its country pubs offers an excellent touring base to explore Norfolk, a nature lover’s paradise. With its market towns, historic homes, parks, golf courses, leisure facilities, outstanding coast, Royal Sandringham, wildlife parks, Dinosaur Adventure Park and the Norfolk Broads all within easy reach. Close by is the beautiful city of Norwich. Shop, pub and restaurant 1.5 miles.£77From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fring, EnglandSituated just 6 miles from Hunstanton on the North Norfolk coastline with its beautiful sandy beaches and a wealth of nature and bird reserves, this superb detached farmhouse is peacefully located in the village of Fring. Set in its own grounds with the benefit of an outdoor swimming pool, games room and tennis court as well as a large enclosed garden, White House Farm offers character and comfort. Furnished to offer superb holiday accommodation with views across the fields in all directions, White House Farm makes for an ideal holiday location for families and groups of friends. Burnham Market (8 miles) offers shops, butcher, baker, restaurants and inns. For nature lovers, excellent bird-watching can be enjoyed amid the nearby salt marshes and sand dunes, where good walking may also be found. Additionally, the coastal path and Peddars Way footpath also offers further routes for walkers. For lazy days by the sea, excellent sandy beaches can be found at Brancaster, Holkham and Wells-next-the-Sea, whilst the popular seaside resorts of Heacham and Hunstanton offer many attractions for all ages. Within easy driving distance are numerous historical ruins, stately homes and gardens including Sandringham House, Houghton and Holkham Halls, Walsingham Abbey and Shrine ruins. Shop, pub and restaurant 3 miles.£228From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Shouldham Thorpe, EnglandDating back to the 18th century, this elegant and spacious, grade II listed farmhouse stands detached, with large lawned gardens and exclusive use of an indoor heatedswimming pool with an outdoor spa tub and indoor sauna. It offers a substantial venue for large families or groups wishing to holiday together. The house boats a well-equipped kitchen, spacious bedrooms and a games room including a table tennis table and table football. It is set amongst rural countryside with a network of quiet lanes offering good walking and cycling from the door. The highly acclaimed Church Farm, Stow Bardolph Rare Breeds Centre, Denver Windmill, sailing club and pay-and-play golf course, Welney Wildfowl Trust, the award-winning Hare Arms pub and Downham Market with its Friday and Saturday markets, are all within easy reach. There is also easy access to the lovely sandy beaches, and RSPB nature and bird reserves along the North Norfolk Coast.
The market town of Downham Market (6 miles) boasts a direct rail link to Ely, Cambridge and London (1hr 20mins). It has a supermarket, shops, restaurants, inns, post office and bank. The medieval town of Kings Lynn (8 miles), complete with handsome waterfront offers an array of good shops, inns, restaurants, theatre, cinema, bowling alley and a sports centre. Both west and north Norfolk have an expanse of sandy beaches and salt marshes along the coastline, as well as nature reserves to protect the birds and plants which thrive here. The coastal road passes through many pretty rural villages, with popular tea rooms serving wonderful local food.
For those who enjoy a visit to the beach whilst on holiday, the seaside resorts of Hunstanton and Heacham boast beaches and an array of traditional seaside activities and attractions for all ages. Hunstanton (22 miles) has a pier with lively seasonal entertainment, Sea Life Centre and cliff-top golf course. Heacham (20 miles) is home to Norfolk Lavender and visitors may participate in guided tours of the expanse of lavender fields to observe the harvesting. Sandringham Estate - the Queen’s country residence, with its Jacobean-style house, museum, superb gardens and park are open to the public when the Royal Family is not in residence.
To the south lies Ely Cathedral, ‘Ship of the Fens’, standing proudly in the small city of Ely. Ely has an excellent Saturday market and a good variety of gift shops, as well as a pretty water front and boat hire. The historic city of Cambridge is easily accessible for the day and well worth a visit. One of the nicest ways to explore the city is by punt, which meanders through the city and passes many of the stunning university grounds. There are also many shops, pubs, restaurants and theatres. Norwich, famous for its cathedral, is also within easy reach, where a visit to the stunning cathedral is not to be missed, as is the famous mustard shop, with many new and old varieties can be purchased. Shops 4 miles, pub 2 miles.£608From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Scarning, EnglandScarning Dale House is an elegant property occupying a peaceful and relaxing setting set amidst 25 acres of landscaped gardens with waterfall and pond, meadow and woodland with lake. Each of the holiday cottages is separately set within the grounds, although Lodge Cottage (B6008) is an annexe attached to The Lodge (B4013). Each has its own garden and seating area, ideal for couples and families alike. The grounds are abundant with nature and wildlife, with designated trails and pathways leading through meadow and woodland, offering excellent walking and bird watching opportunities direct from doorstep. Guests can enjoy a swim in the indoor heated swimming pool (by arrangement), table tennis and snooker room. Within easy reach of the magnificent North Norfolk coastline for wealth of sandy beaches, nature and RSPB reserves. The famous Norfolk Broads are within 40 minutes drive, with riverside restaurants, cafes, shops, daily boat hire and river trips available to explore the expanse of waterways abundant with bird and wildlife, with many picnic opportunities along waterside. Market town of East Dereham, 2½ miles, has weekly street market, shops, restaurants, cinema, swimming pool and golf course. Gressenhall Rural Life Museum and Union Farm, 3 miles, offers an interesting day out. Thetford Forrest Park with miles of walking and cycle trails to explore and ’Go-Ape’ adventure playground and assault course, 20 miles. Many places of interest and historical houses and sites surround the area, Houghton and Holkham Hall, the Royal Sandringham Estate and museum, Walsingham Shrine and Abbey ruins and Castle Acre and Priory ruins. Traditional seaside resort of Hunstanton, Wells Next The Sea, Sheringham and Cromer offer an array of attractions for all ages. Coastal Path and Peddars Way offer excellent walking and cycling opportunities. Great Witchingham Wildlife Park and Falconry and Dinosaur Park at Lenwade, approximately 12 miles.£47From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Scarning, EnglandScarning Dale is an impressive guest house with cottages set in 25 acres of garden, woodlands and meadows. A shared, indoor heated swimming pool (customers can use for 1 hour/day), and snooker room enhance the appeal of this secluded holiday base. The area is excellent for walking, bird watching and cycling. The Cabin is a single-storey log cabin in the grounds and enjoys countryside views from the rear. Just 2.5 miles from the market town of Dereham. You are ideally located for touring Norfolk and the unspoilt North Norfolk Coast or the Norfolk Broads. Shop and pub serving food 2.5 miles.£46From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Swaffham Rd, EnglandIn the lawned garden of this attractive, detached, single-storey property, a handsome pine building houses an indoor heatedswimming pool with spa for exclusive use of visitors. The property offers spacious holiday accommodation and large enclosed lawned garden with a seating terrace. There is also a hot tub for guests to enjoy. This is an ideal location for exploring the North Norfolk coastline with its excellent sandy beaches, wealth of RSPB bird sanctuaries and coastal path. A 10-minute drive leads to the market town of Fakenham, with shops, cafés, restaurants, bowling alley, cinema, pitch and putt golf course, and which is also host to regular horse race meetings.
Bustling Burnham Market, 14 miles, and Wells-next-the-Sea, with its excellent sandy beach, picturesque quay, small working fishing harbour - which sells fresh shell fish, as well as being the perfect location for catching crabs - make for excellent day trips. The traditional seaside resort of Hunstanton lies 16 miles away and offers a wonderful sandy beach, Sea Life Centre and pier (seasonal) with fun fair. The Royal Sandringham Estate and Museum, Holkham and Houghton Hall and Gardens, the priory and castle ruins of Castle Acre and Walsingham Abbey all offer a lovely day out. A theatre, shops, inns and cafés can be found at Kings Lynn and the beautiful city of Norwich is within an hour’s drive. A visit to the region’s most popular attraction, The Norfolk Broads is not to be missed and visitors can either hire a boat to discover the delights of the waterways, or organised boat trips can be taken. Shop 5 miles, pubs 3 miles.£254From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Great Yarmouth, EnglandBuilt in the late 1700s, Hobland Barn had a number of uses, such as for cattle, grain and potato storage. It was renovated as a family home with light, space and the Norfolk countryside views at the heart of its design. Part of a cluster of similar conversions, Hobland Barn looks over sprawling fields, which can be viewed from the first floor balcony. Whilst it is the perfect rural location, the pretty seaside town of Gorleston-on-Sea is only 3 miles away, and if the traditional seaside experience is on your list of ‘to-dos’, Great Yarmouth is a little further, at 6 miles away, with attractions, rides and ice cream galore for all the family. Hobland Barn is ideally placed to explore the National Park further inland. You can take out a day boat, hire bikes or simply walk many miles along unspoilt water’s edge, taking in the nature, wildlife and simply just enjoying this unique landscape. History abounds in Norfolk and a trip to the fine city of Norwich must be on your list of things to see and do. With its castle at the heart, and an array of cobbled lanes to explore, it would take you all day and more to really experience all this city has to offer.
Inside Hobland Barn you can expect plenty of room for the 12 people it sleeps, with two separate living areas and a spacious kitchen with a gas cooker range, breakfast bar and large French doors that open out to the patio area, swimming pool and enclosed garden. With underfloor heating, luxury bathrooms and chandeliers, this really is a ‘wow’ location to spend your break away. There are four bedrooms on the ground floor making this property ideal for larger extended families and groups. Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows in the living areas, even a day spent inside is an enjoyable way to pass the hours. On the first floor is a large family living room, large comfy sofas and French doors opening out to the balcony overlooking the garden and neighbouring fields. A further two bedrooms including the master en-suite, compliments this large family property perfectly. Beach 3 miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 3 miles.£295From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fakenham, EnglandFamilies return year after year to Moor Farm Stable Cottages and it is so easy to see why. Boasting lovely on-site fishing lakes and a children’s play area, Moor Farm Stable Cottages offers something for everyone. Located on their working beef farm, the owners have worked hard to make sure these terraced barns have a traditional farmhouse feel, which is in keeping with the site, and all are well equipped to provide a great base for your holiday.
Those seeking ground floor accommodation will enjoy the Stable Cottages (refs UKC3741, UKC3742, UKC3743, UKC3744, UKC3745 and UKC3746). Stable Cottage 8 (ref UKC3747) is also arranged on one floor but there is a flight of stairs to take you up to it. Littlewoods Barn (ref UKC3737) and Baileys Barn (ref UKC3738) are also both single storey and enjoy a quiet position that is just a five-minute walk from the farm and all its great facilities. The Old Workshop (ref UKC3740) is on-site and offers light and airy accommodation for up to eight guests, and Dairy Cottage (ref UKC3735) and Pond Cottage (ref UKC3736) both boast a range ideal for cooking delicious meals. Dating back over 300 years, Moor Farm Cottage (ref UKC3734) has a lovely open fire to relax around, and Church Farm Barn (ref UKC3739) offers a cosy wood burner.
Keen fisherman will enjoy the on-site lakes and ponds, and fishing is included in your stay so there are no supplements to pay; also included is access to the children’s play area so you really won’t have to venture too far to have a great holiday. If you can tear yourself away, you will find yourself in Wells-next-the-Sea in just under half an hour. Here there is a lovely mix of artisan and traditional seaside shops, restaurants, cafés, pubs and amusements. There is also a narrow gauge railway that takes you to the gorgeous wide, sandy beach and a much photographed quay. Equidistant is the bustling coastal market town of Sheringham, with Sheringham Park, North Norfolk Railway and two museums. Head along the coast and visit Cromer with its famous Edwardian seafront and pier. Travel east or west along this stunning coastline and you will find a chain of pretty seaside towns and villages offering marshes, beaches and quays. Make time for a trip to the medieval city of Norwich, with its splendid Norman castle, museums and guided ghost walks. Go shopping in the Norwich Lanes, alleyways of colourful independent shops, and then enjoy a meal, perhaps before taking in a show at one of the theatres. Norwich is just a 30-minute drive but there are also very good park and ride links. Beach 20½ miles. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 74 guests.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay