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Dog-friendly Hotels Norfolk

Discover the ultimate dog-friendly escape in Norfolk with our curated list of pet-friendly hotels and cottages. From sandy beaches to salt marshes, Norfolk offers a haven for you and your furry friend. Explore charming towns, roam dog-friendly coastlines, and book a hotel tailored for a memorable canine-friendly getaway in this picturesque corner of England.

  • Pheasant Roost, NorfolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Swanton Morley, England
    Designed 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.
    £89
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  • Hall Farm, NorfolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Shouldham Thorpe, England
    Dating 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.
    £568
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