We currently have 12 dog-friendly cottages in Norfolk, all with easy access to miles of beautiful countryside and the North Norfolk Coast.
Staying in a Norfolk dog-friendly cottage means a place that welcomes dogs, has space for them to exercise and easy access to wider walks.
We have put together a small sample of our dog-friendly cottages for your inspiration.
This delightful and comfortable semi-detached cottage stands in a large garden in the middle of this tiny Norfolk hamlet, almost on the edge of Blickling Park’s Bluebell Wood. A small paved seating area overlooking the hedged garden leads through to a private stretch of riverbank, with tranquil views across the meadows beyond.
Blakeney Lodge is positioned on the fringe of Blakeney National Nature Reserve. Just minutes walk away are the wide open spaces and uninterrupted views of the North Norfolk coastline, ideal for long dog walks!
Situated within Sheringham Park, this detached cottage is set in its own enclosed garden on the edge of the wood and with easy access to Sheringham Beach offering plenty of dog walking opportunities!
This detached and dog-friendly cottage provides an enclosed and private garden with direct access to miles of walks in and around Felbrigg Park.
Surrounded by a large and sometimes, wild garden, this wonderful cottage has immediate access to the wooded lakeside path and acres of walks in Felbrigg Park beyond. A ten-minute car journey will take you to the wide open beaches at Cromer
The cottage stands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and to the front has views across the road to the mill stream. A small enclosed garden leads up to the back of the Tower Windmill and over to miles of marshland walks.
What to expect for your dog at our Norfolk cottages?
Our dog-friendly cottages will include the basics to make your pet feel at home. You should find a dog water bowl, some poo bags and usually an area like a boot room or kitchen they can sleep in.
We kindly ask that your dogs aren’t allowed upstairs and don’t sit on the furniture.
Outside we ask that you clean up after your dog to ensure there are no nasty surprises for the next guests!
What you need to bring with you
You will need to bring dog food, leads and any bedding they wish to sleep on. An extra towel to wipe them down after a muddy walk will also be welcome!
Detached cottage within Sheringham Park, set in its own garden on the edge of the wood.
A riverside cottage with large garden in this tiny Norfolk hamlet.
On a quiet lane behind Felbrigg Hall with direct access to its parkland.
This traditional double cottage looks over to the millstream.
This unusual cottage has direct access to the Felbrigg Estate.
A simple lodge by the salt marshes on the fringe of Blakeney National Nature Reserve.