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.
- Great Yarmouth, EnglandThis spacious property has been thoughtfully presented throughout and offers a large, open-plan, social accommodation, all one level, having doors leading onto the pretty, enclosed, paved garden, with your very own hot tub to enjoy. On a balmy summer day, push open the doors to enjoy alfresco dining, and on an evening, why not relax in your private hot tub and watch the stars with a glass of bubbly. In the morning you can enjoy listening to the songbirds, an ideal spot to relax.
Beautifully styled throughout and the well-equipped kitchen will delight any chef enthusiast, an ideal choice for a family celebration and opportunity to dine together at home. On a balmy summer day open the doors, enjoy dining on the patio, relax in your private hot tub, and on an evening watch the twinkling stars with a glass of bubbly. Each bedroom has been thoughtfully furnished, with the master bedroom enjoying a super-king double bed with an en-suite shower room, and three further bedrooms, and a separate family bathroom. Even though there is no Wi-Fi, there is a strong mobile 4G signal and there are films downloaded on the TV.
This single-storey holiday home is peacefully tucked away in the coastal village of Burgh Castle. The village itself offers a local pub serving good food, 11 minutes’ walking distance, and a local holiday park has a good selection of facilities (day rates are chargeable) including indoor swimming pool (booking is advisable during peak summer) children’s soft play area and club bar and restaurant.
Nearby is one of the UK’s best preserved Roman sites, not only filled with history but it’s a beautiful place to wander, having panoramic views across Breydon Waters to the mills and marshes beyond, teeming with bird life. For super sandy beaches and seaside fun head to Gorleston on Sea or enjoy the Golden Mile at Great Yarmouth offering a host of traditional seaside attractions including the Pleasure Beach fun fair. Thrill seekers are also sure to enjoy a day out at Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park at Lowestoft. For a change of pace, visit Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and take the tiger walk across the treetops. Nearby Caister Castle features a classic car museum. Enjoy a day at the races, both horse and dog racing available locally. Great days out for the children are BeWILDerwood at Horning, the Dinosaur Park at Lenwade, and Sea Life centre at Great Yarmouth. There are lots of bistro opportunities located within the surrounding area.
You are also close to the Norfolk Broads National Park where you can explore these famous waterways by either chartering your own day launch, kayak, canoe, or paddle board hire or simply sit back and enjoy one of the river trips. This wonderful location means you really are close to all the action, including the city of Norwich, recently voted one of the top five cities to visit in the UK with its Norman castle and numerous museums, galleries, and theatres. Those who enjoy cycling and walking will discover that there are lots of great routes to enjoy from doorstep. Pub and restaurant 0.8 miles. Beach 3.4 miles.£128From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Dereham, EnglandThis glorious barn conversion has been meticulously designed and restored to create a luxurious holiday some for families and friends to enjoy. With open plan kitchen and dining area, the perfect space to come together and enjoy meals with your loved ones. Plus, large living area with games to keep the family entertained. Three kingsize bedrooms on the ground floor all with their own en-suite shower rooms. A spiral staircase leads to the large mezzanine, master bedroom, with kingsize bed plus en-suite bathroom, with bath and shower. Smart TVs in all downstairs bedrooms. From the lounge you will find sliding patio doors to the private and enclosed, rear and side garden, with private hot tub to sit back and relax in after a day exploring the local area. There is also a patio firepit and wood is included. A bespoke garden corner seating area, with built in firepit or drinks cooler, providing the perfect spot to enjoy al fresco dining on a warm day.
The Owl Barn is in a secluded spot, at a Hobby Farm within the owner’s grounds, there are chickens, turkey’s and ducks on site – Children are welcome to help with egg collection. Up to two well behaved dogs (kept on leads) are welcome and there are also dog kennels provided adjacent to the property in a shady spot, if you wish to go out for the day, sole use for Owl Barn guests. An enclosed horse paddock is also available for dogs to run free, horses accepted by request and private arrangement. Perfect for nature lovers, the owner offers access to a tranquil private nature walk within their grounds. Where you can enjoy the local nature. There is a pond and river at the end of the grounds, so please pay attention to warning signs and always supervise children and dogs. There are owl boxes in the trees with fitted cameras, which you will soon be able to view.
Conveniently placed, in the Norfolk village – Saham Toney, next door to an 18 hole Golf course and within a 5-minute drive to Watton, for all essential shops. Local pub within 1 mile. If you would like to explore the local area, Thetford Forest for high lodge forest adventure, Go Ape high ropes course and lots of great cycling and walking routes are just a 30-minute drive. Or take a trip to the stunning North Norfolk Coast and visit the long stretches of sandy beaches in traditional seaside towns, located within an hour’s drive. Norwich – a fine city, is well worth a visit. Offering something for everyone, with an abundance of independent and high street shops and restaurants, nestled within modern and medieval architecture and just a 40-minute drive.£161From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Horning, EnglandIn the lovely Broads village of Horning, a short walk from shops and riverside pubs, this extremely spacious and comfortable lodge property boasts a fine waterside setting with its own mooring in a small marina leading onto the main River Bure. The first floor balcony is a delightful place to relax and watch the boating activity and wildlife, and visitors can enjoy numerous attractions within a short drive. Scenic excursions on the Bure Valley Railway, the Wroxham Barns craft centre, Bewilderwood adventure park, stately Blickling Hall (NT), lovely sandy beaches and the cathedral city of Norwich with its castle, museums and galleries, cinemas and theatres, excellent shopping and wide choice of restaurants are all easily accessible. Situated within a 2 minute walk to a riverside pub, with village shops and other pubs within a 10-minute walk.£81From price per night based on 7 night stay
- King's Lynn, EnglandSo much space surrounds The Granary - it stands in perfect rural seclusion, reached by its own tree-lined avenue, and is set on the edge of the owners’ sheep farm. It boasts a contemporary and calm interior design throughout, and the ground floor rooms are large and light filled. Comfortably furnished and equipped, it makes a superb holiday venue for large families or groups. Large floor-to-ceiling windows, the length of the property, enable outstanding views to be enjoyed across meadowland. From the sofas or the huge dining table, guests can watch sheep grazing lazily in the fields, observe the wildlife on the busy farm pond (fenced), and spot the barn owls which hunt from ancient oaks. Guests can use the wall-size map of Norfolk to plan days out and about in the surrounding area.
There are walks and trails to enjoy around the farm (with unfenced ponds). The spectacular unspoilt Norfolk coastline and traditional market towns of Swaffham, Ely and Kings Lynn, are within easy reach. Year-round there are activities and attractions for all ages including Gooderstone Water Gardens, Stowe Farm, Grimes Graves, Welney Nature Reserve, High Lodge Forest Adventure Park and Norfolk Cycle Way. There is a good cycling network of quiet lanes from the doorstep, and plenty of space to kick a ball, play cricket or practise frisbee skills. Shops, pubs and Oxburgh Hall (NT), 1 mile.£182From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Terrington Saint Clement, EnglandA beautiful, detached barn conversion with a lovely wrap around, mature lawn garden with seating area boasting wonderful open countryside views. Situated adjacent to the owners’ home yet retains full privacy. Welcoming to families, but an ideal choice for older family members.
Set all on one level, the property is ideal for guests wanting to avoid any steps and stairs. There is ramp access and wide doors aiding users with wheelchairs and mobility aids. The property also features a shower room with walk-in shower and seat, alongside lateral transfer to the toilet. A raised toilet seat and mobile toilet frame are also available.
Willows Barn boasts open plan accommodation, well equipped and beautifully furnished to delight guests. Historic Kings Lynn with its port is just 5 miles away and has a wealth of shops, including supermarkets, cinema complex, bowling alley and plenty of eateries. The North Norfolk coastline is a 30-minute drive away for wonderful sandy beaches, nature reserves, and plentiful with seaside attractions. Thetford Forest, 31 miles, has a tree-top adventure park and cycle and walking trails to suit every ability; from adrenaline black routes to green family fun trails.
The Royal Sandringham estate is 12 miles away, while further afield is Norwich City, 50 miles, with its castle, cathedral, excellent shopping malls, market square and eateries and the famous Norfolk Broads National Park. Having such a fabulous location, this super property is sure to provide the perfect home from home to explore or simply relax and recharge. 2 pubs serving good food 1.5 miles. Supermarkets 5 miles. Beach 19 miles.£74From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Happisburgh, EnglandThe Annexe at Church Farm Barn is a single-storey holiday property, adjoining the owners’ home and located in an ideal location from which to explore this delightful area. Being all on the ground floor, the property has a wet room complete with grab rails and a shower seat, making it wheelchair user friendly. Sea Palling is just 3 miles away, with its lovely unspoilt beaches. Visit the famous lighthouse at Happisburgh, see the colony of grey seals with their pups in the winter at Horsey Gap, or explore the Norfolk Broads and hire a boat from Stalham. Hickling Broad is just 3 miles away, here you can go sailing, windsurfing and marvel at the wildlife. For the keen gardener, East Ruston Old Vicarage has 32 acres of outstanding gardens. There are National Trust properties in the region including Felbrigg Hall and Blickling Hall. Alternatively, spend a day in the fine city of Norwich with its cathedrals, castles, museums, theatres and cobbled streets lined with shops and cafés. Walking, bird watching, cycling, sailing and fishing are all available locally. Beach 3 miles. Shops 1¼ miles, pub 1 mile, restaurant 500 yards.£52From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Norwich, EnglandThis timber barn conversion is aptly named Barn Owl Lodge, where you can relax on the sofa and watch the barn owls glide past. Also see them from the enclosed courtyard terrace whilst enjoying uninterrupted views across the Tas Valley, which is abundant with plant, bird and wildlife. Indulge and enjoy some of Norwich’s award-winning restaurants within just a few minutes’ drive. A short stroll away is the village inn, offering a warm welcome and serving good food all year round. Excellent walks and cycle routes can be enjoyed direct from the doorstep. Whether you are a serious rambler, dog walker or just like an occasional stroll, the area has a large number of footpaths, parish walks, bridleways and the famous Boudicca Way which runs from Diss to Norwich.
Barn Owl Lodge has been designed and furnished to indulge guests enjoyment. Standing detached, this single-storey barn conversion is nestled at end of the owners garden and enjoying its own privacy. Guests will delight in the peaceful and beautiful surroundings, whilst not being too far away from many attractions.
Just 6 miles away is the city of Norwich with theatres, castle museum, cathedral, art galleries, excellent shopping and restaurants. You will also find Dunston golf course just 2 miles from Barn Owl Lodge. The historic market town of Beccles is located at the southernmost tip of the famous Norfolk Broads just 14 miles away. Wroxham, which is the capital of the Norfolk Broads, is 18 miles away offering inland waterways, a natural haven for birds and an abundance of wildlife, daily boat hire, river trips and waterside shops and restaurants. Wonderful sandy beaches can be found along the coastlines of Norfolk and Suffolk. Explore the charming seaside towns of Aldborough and Southwold with its working lighthouse, beach huts and award winning pier, plus the quaint neighbouring villages of Walberswick and Thorpness. Many RSPB nature and bird reserves, National Trust stately homes, parks and gardens are all within the surrounding area. The seaside resort of Cromer is 35 miles with a pier and promenade, lighthouse and a clifftop golf course. Sheringham is 38 miles away with the RNLI working lifeboat museum, North Norfolk Steam Railway, and the National Trust Sheringham Gardens. The Georgian market town of Holt is 33 miles, and Blakeney Quay a couple of miles further. The Royal Sandringham Estate and Gardens is 47 miles. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 300 yards.£66From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Sheringham, EnglandThe Gresham Hall Estate is simply breathtaking and guests choosing to book one of the apartments in the wing or even Gresham Hall will not be disappointed! The entire property has been refurbished and refurnished to a superb standard in 2019 and all four properties can be booked together to accommodate 20 guests, making this the perfect choice for family celebrations. A welcome pack of milk, bread, butter, jam, marmalade and honey is provided for all properties
As you make your way down the impressive, winding, private driveway which leads to Gresham Hall, you will feel the weight of the world leave your shoulders. Set within the beautiful country estate, whether you choose to stay at one of the apartments, or book the hall and become Lord of the Manor for the duration of your holiday, you are sure to be delighted by your tastefully presented and stylish accommodation. For guests staying at Gresham Hall (ref UK10641), there is a bedroom and a shower room across the hallway on the ground floor for less mobile guests. And less mobile couples who would still like to experience this estate will find ground floor accommodation in Ground Wing (ref UK10638).
Gresham Hall was built by Colonel Batt (hence the bat over the front door), between October 1907 and April 1908 using wooden scaffolding, labour and materials from the Gresham Estate, and the bricks were baked in a local kiln. Colonel Batt was very innovative, and after the war he generated his own electricity which served the property for many years, now having been replaced by a more eco-friendly pellet boiler to provide lots of hot water and cosy heating. The present owner bought the property in the 1980s and the family grew up there, enjoying the beautiful estate to the full. The current renovations were carried out between 2017 and 2019, giving the properties their contemporary feel and all the modern conveniences required by discerning guests for a lovely holiday.
If you can tear yourself away from your sumptuous surroundings, you will find yourself within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and also within the heart of the beautiful North Norfolk coastline. The lovely market towns of Sheringham and Holt are just minutes away and offer lots of great places to eat, drink and shop with Sheringham also offering a wide, sandy beach. Cromer, with its famous pier, is also close by. In fact, head east or west from here and explore lots of pretty seaside towns and villages, each offering unique coastal habitats including sandy or shingle beaches, marshes and pretty quays.
Those visiting Norfolk for the first time should also visit the Norfolk Broads, not least of all because Wroxham, considered by many as the ’Gateway to the Norfolk Broads’, is under 40 minutes away. History buffs will enjoy the Blickling Estate, Holkham Hall, the Muckleburgh Military Collection, Thursford Steam Collection and a host of other attractions too including Cromer Zoo, Langham Glass and the Sheringham to Holt Steam Railway. And of course there are cycle routes, walks and wildlife opportunities galore, all waiting for you to explore. Then return each evening to the Gresham Estate for a good night’s sleep and to dream of adventures yet to come. What a joy! Beach 3 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£106From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Wroxham, EnglandEnjoying a delightful waterside position, this property commands a wow on arrival. Spacious and sociable accommodation, boasting six bedrooms and six bathrooms to offer luxurious comfort to discerning guests. Full advantage of the views can be enjoyed from the wonderful seating area, a place to kick back and relax, allowing those everyday stresses to wash away. This property is perfect for larger family gathering, but not suitable for parties.
The large kitchen is well equipped to create a wonderful celebration family meal. Benefiting from bedrooms on both ground and first floor, great for young and old, each bedrooms boasts its own en-suite facility. Being a great choice whatever the season, the lawned garden leads directly to its own private mooring, and a must for any keen fisherman, having on-site fishing opportunities (seasonal and licensed).
There is a 12-seater electric day boat and selection of kayak canoes which can be directly hired from the owner, all subject to availability. Explore the Norfolk Broads from the water, visiting the pretty Broads’ villages and seeing the wildlife. The property is situated just minutes from the heart of Wroxham, known as the ’Capital of the Broads’, with its waterside restaurants, pubs, cafés and shops. Sailing, walking, nature trails, bicycle hire and golf are all available locally. The coast is just 12 miles away, and visitors can enjoy the delights of the sandy beaches and the coastal villages.
A must is to visit the grey seal colony at Horsey Gap Beach. For the children, there is BeWILDerwood, an outdoor adventure park at Horning, Wroxham Barns or Wroxham Miniature World, the largest indoor modelling attraction in the UK. Nearby National Trust properties include Blickling Hall, Felbrigg Hall and Horsey Wind Pump. Alternatively, spend the day in the fine city of Norwich, with its cathedral, museums and array of shops and cafés, just 8 miles away. Beach 11 miles. Shop 750 yards, pub 1 mile.£454From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Hunstanton, EnglandThese stunning barn conversions are set on the border of a deer park in Snettisham. The semi-rural and peaceful location of these comfortable and characterful barns offers a sense of calm and relaxation. The Old Paybarn (ref UK39378) has a large and comfortable living room where you can sink into the comfortable sofas and warm up in front of the fire, before retiring to the comfortable beds. Here you can enjoy sweet dreams in the peaceful countryside, where the only sounds you will hear are bird songs and the sounds of the horses. The master bedroom is situated on the ground floor and has an en-suite, whilst located on the first floor is the second family bedroom. In addition to the exceptional finish, the barn has all the modern day comforts. If there are more in your party you can also book the Annexe at Park Farm barns (ref UK39379) which sleeps 2 and features a hot tub. It also has a large bedroom with a kingsize bed and an en-suite shower.
The pleasant village of Snettisham offers something for everyone, whatever your age and whatever the weather! The beach here is enormous – wide and spacious. It lies almost 2 miles from the village centre and is a mixture of stone and sand, with a grassy area behind. At the southern end of Snettisham beach is the well-known RSPB Nature Reserve. Here you will find a number of hides you can use without having to be a member. From the hides you can enjoy one of the country’s greatest wildlife spectacles. This is especially so when the rising high spring tides force thousands of birds to leave the mudflats where they are feeding and settle close to the hides.
Snettisham is a walker’s haven, particularly for dog owners, with the village having miles of public footpaths plus the ancient Peddars Way is found nearby. A firm favourite for children is Snettisham Park Farm, which is a working farm that offers hands-on activities. Along with the traditional farm animals, deer and llamas can be found here, plus tractor and trailer rides, making this a family fun day out. Again aimed at children, the traditional seaside town of Hunstanton with its sandy beach, promenade, sea-life centre and fairground rides is just a mere 5 miles away. For adults you will be spoilt for choice of where to visit first, with so many fantastic places to explore locally, such as the Royal Sandringham Estate, Holkham Hall, Norfolk Lavender and Houghton Hall to name just a few. Beach, shop and pub within 3 miles.
The Old Paybarn (ref UK39378) and The Annexe at Park Farm Barns (ref UK39379) can be booked together to accommodate up to 7 guests.£75From price per night based on 7 night stay