Pet-Friendly Holidays 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.
- Wells-next-the-Sea, England
Overlooking a pretty, leafy Georgian square in the dog-friendly seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, The Globe Inn is perfectly placed for an adventure with your best furry friend on the beautiful North Norfolk coast.£99Price per night from
- Thornham, England
This charming, dog-friendly Inn occupies a wonderful position in a quiet lane behind the All Saints church in the delightful village of Thornham and has been welcoming guests since the 16th century.£95Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Holt, England
The dog-friendly Feathers takes pride of place in the Norfolk town of Holt - an elegant Georgian town full of stylish dog-friendly cafes and boutiques situated just three miles away from the spectacular North Norfolk coast and the nearby heathland which is a haven for birdwatching.£81Price per night from
- North Walsham, England
Dog-friendly The Beechwood Hotel in Norfolk is an independently owned boutique country house hotel in the small market town of North Walsham close to the Norfolk coast, rated as one of the leading small hotels in the UK.£185Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- North Walsham, EnglandWelcome to The Old Chapel, your perfect destination to enjoy wonderful sandy beaches and beautiful countryside, boasting comfortable accommodation that guarantees a memorable and relaxing stay. Nestled in the charming village of Trunch walking distance to the village pub serving food.
The Old Chapel has been fully refurbished to offer open-plan contemporary accommodation cleverly blended to retain its chapel charm and character. Step inside where your eyes are immediately drawn up to the windows filling the room with plenty of light. A well-equipped kitchen and dining room offer the opportunity to dine at home. Comfy sofas within the living room offer a great place to relax. Stairs lead up to the large galleried bedroom, which has its own toilet. A second smaller double bedroom is on the ground floor, together with the modern shower room. To the rear is a wonderful enclosed sunny courtyard garden with furniture to enjoy an al fresco meal.
Great walking can be enjoyed from the doorstep, the surrounding area offers quiet country lanes, plenty of footpaths and trails to enjoy. The seaside village of Mundesley is an 8-minute drive. The village has its own golf course to enjoy and boasts lots of places to eat, drink and a wide sandy beach where you can enjoy long walks, build sandcastles with the kids, or simply relax and sunbathe on the golden sands. For adventurous souls, there are water sports and activities available, such as surfing and paddleboarding. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and take advantage of the picturesque coastal spots, perfect for enjoying lunch while gazing out at the sea.
A great location to explore all the delights of the North Norfolk coastline and the famous Norfolk Broads National Park. Wroxham is the capital of the Broads National Park with riverside restaurants, shops and boating activities. Traditional seaside resorts of Cromer, with its famous pier, and Sheringham are home to the North Norfolk Steam Railway.
Shopaholics head to the medieval city of Norwich with two indoor shopping malls, a market square and plenty of eateries. For those seeking culture and history, why not visit the Blickling Hall Estate, Flebbrigg Hall, Sheringham Gardens, and the Thursford and Muckleburgh Collections. Young at heart will enjoy a day out at Bewilderwood in Horning, Dinosaur Adventure Park at Lenwade, Banham Zoo or Amazonia Zoo in Cromer. Pub and restaurant 140 yards.£71From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Horning, EnglandCelebrate in style with friends and family at this substantial venue, sleeping up to fifteen guests. You can either relax at the property in the hot tub or large garden or explore the many things to see and do in the surrounding area. You can also enjoy a game of pool in the utility room which has a pool table and seating along with the washing machine, tumble dryer and Belfast sink. The kitchen has a warming Aga, and steps lead down to a breakfast area with a dining table and seating for eight guests. The larger, formal dining room has a dining table and seating for 12-14 guests.
This elegant, detached house is ideal for groups, families or couples and blends character with every day modern day comforts. It is perfectly positioned to explore the Norfolk Broads National Park and Norfolk’s amazing coastline with sandy beaches and RSPB bird reserves. Neighbouring the owners’ working arable farm (not accessible to guests) it is privately surrounded by its own large garden.
It has nearby links to public footpaths and bridleways, including Weavers Way, winding 61 miles through the North Norfolk countryside. Another way to enjoy the area is on horseback; there is a equestrian centre nearby (within ½ mile) where you can hire a horse for the day, or you can even house your own horse, with a variety of livery options available. The centre is registered with Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) charity. There are tremendous circular cycling routes via Dilham Canal and a wealth of opportunities for walking direct from the doorstep, so do remember to pack your walking boots. For anglers, there is carp fishing within ½ mile.
The market town of North Walsham, 6 miles, has a good selection of shops, supermarkets, bank, a weekly market, bowling alley, leisure centre with swimming pool, restaurants, and cafés. Worstead church is a superb 14th-century building, full of historic and architectural interest. Wroxham, the capital of the Norfolk Broads is 6½ miles for daily boat hire and river trips, waterside restaurants, cafés and shops. It also has a train station with links to Norwich city, 13 miles, for excellent shopping centres, theatre, market, castle museum, cathedral, cafés and restaurants, and coast and Bure Valley Steam Railway; a nostalgic 18-mile trip by steam on Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge railway which runs between the historic market towns of Aylsham and Wroxham, with wayside halts serving the picturesque Broadland villages of Brampton, Buxton and Coltishall, where you can hop off and on to explore by foot. The popular seaside town of Cromer, 15 miles, has a beach, promenade gardens, pier, shops, cafés and restaurants. There are sandy beaches at Happisburgh, Mundesley and Bacton within 20 minutes’ drive. Felbrigg and Blickling Halls (National Trust), and Sheringham Park are all within a 30-minute drive. A must for families is BeWILDerwood at Horning, a tree top adventure woodland, 7 miles and Dinosaur Park at Weston Park, 19 miles. Beach 8 miles. Pub 1 mile, shop 5 miles and restaurant 4 miles.£511From price per night based on 7 night stay
- 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.£126From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Dereham, EnglandA lakeside lodge with outside bath, nestled in 6 acres of meadows backed by woodland. Surrounded by abundant bird and wildlife, this is the perfect setting for a romantic and tranquil getaway. Imagine the serenity of being completely tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, allowing you to connect with nature. As you arrive at the lodge, you are greeted by the sight of a charming wooden cabin, with commanding views of the crystal-clear lake. The lodge blends seamlessly into the surrounding natural beauty, allowing you to immediately feel at peace. Stepping inside, you find an inviting luxurious interior, and stunning views of the lake and parkland. The main living area is adorned with comfortable furnishings, perfect for lounging by the crackling wood burner on those cooler evenings. The highlight of the lodge is undoubtedly the outside bath situated on the decking overlooking the lake.
Surrounded by lush greenery and the soothing sounds of nature, this secluded spot provides an intimate and romantic setting for a relaxing soak under the stars. Whether it’s during the day, basking in the sunlight, or at night, surrounded by the twinkling constellations, this experience is sure to create unforgettable memories. The 6 acres of meadows that encircle the lake offer endless opportunities for exploration. Whether you choose to simply admire, enjoy a wild water swim, paddleboard or simply dip your toes, the lake offers endless fun. You can take leisurely strolls and you will encounter birds, their songs filling the air with melodies, and spot various wildlife such as rabbits, deer and squirrels. If you’re lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of more elusive creatures like foxes and owls, adding a touch of enchantment to your time in this idyllic location. In the evenings, you can enjoy al fresco dining on the lodge’s decking, preparing dinner and relishing the intimate ambiance provided by nature’s surroundings and sharing stories under the moonlit sky.
Fishing enthusiasts are welcome to enjoy the on-site fishing lakes to include species of crucians, tench, perch, roach and rudd. The village offers a pub serving good food and a village shop to buy supplies. You are positioned centrally to explore Norfolk and Suffolk. Nearby attractions include Bressingham Steam and Gardens, Snetterton racetrack, Thetford Forest and Banham Zoo. Market towns of Attleborough, Diss, Watton, Thetford, Swaffham and Wymondham offer supermarkets, cafés and restaurants. The city of Norwich offers a Norman castle, cathedral, art galleries, excellent shopping malls, a market square, plenty of eateries, cafés and fine dining restaurants. Visit Bury St Edmunds, with abbey ruins and famous Christmas market. Norfolk’s coastline with amazing sandy beaches is 37 miles, and the famous Norfolk Broads 31 miles. The combination of the tranquil lakeside setting, the secluded outdoor bath, and the rich wildlife-filled woodland creates a dreamy atmosphere that promises a truly magical experience. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or simply a peaceful escape, this idyllic lakeside lodge is the perfect destination to foster cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£103From price per night based on 7 night stay