Dog Friendly Cottages in Norfolk: (15 Luxury Holidays)

Handpicked Cottages to Rent

Are you looking for the best dog friendly cottages in Norfolk? Norfolk is one of the top holiday destinations available to staycationers right now, and we’ve gone to the effort of finding you self catering cottage rentals in Norfolk for the whole family to enjoy.


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Ridlington, Norfolk

A beautiful red brick romantic cottage in Ridlington. All ground floor accommodation with well-equipped kitchen. Wifi. Sky TV. Patio. BBQ. Off-street parking. Cromer 15.1 miles. Mundesley 5.7 miles.

Foulsham, Norfolk

Peaceful semi detached cottage retreat in Foulsham. Large open plan living area. Wood burning stove. Outdoors table and chairs. Wifi. Welcome pack. Aylsham 24.4 miles. Blakeney 18.3 miles.

Baconsthorpe, Norfolk

Cosy semi-detached holiday home property in Baconsthorpe. Well-equipped painted kitchen. Open fire. TV. Beach nearby. Ground floor bathroom. Holt 3.7 miles. Sheringham 5.9 miles.

Mundesley, North Norfolk

Part of a small complex, this lovely accommodation can be found in a pretty Norfolk village. All on one level, there’s a spacious open-plan living area, 2 bedrooms and a shower room with a huge walk-in shower. Outside you can relax in the pretty garden while the kids play in the shared games room.

Thornham, Norfolk

Whether cooking in the airy kitchen or sprawled on the huge corner sofa in front of the toasty log burner, this stylish 3 bedroom holiday home property provides everything you could want for a family break. Plus, there are beaches, nature reserves and a selection of pubs and restaurants within easy reach.

Mundesley, North Norfolk

Sleeping 4 people across 2 bedrooms, Windmill Cottage also welcomes 2 dogs. There are two bathrooms, as well as a garden and a games room on site. This well presented holiday site is one of 4 properties in the same collection. There is a modern kitchen as well as Tv and entertainment.

Cromer, Norfolk

Kipper Cottage offers space for one well behaved furry friend, with three bedrooms and space for 4 guests. Complete with a woodburner, BBQ set and Wi-Fi access, this neat little bolthole provides you with plenty of appliances in the kitchen suite as well as a family bathroom. Keep in mind that dogs are to be kept on the ground floor only!

Saxlingham, Norfolk

A delightful cottage property that has a double bedroom, bathroom and a fireplace. There’s an acre of private garden with furniture, as well as off road parking. This comfortable accommodation is the perfect getaway as it is close to the market town of Holt which is just 4 miles away and a great day out.

Mundesley, North Norfolk

One of our most sought after properties for short breaks. This perfect cottage gives true meaning to a luxury break with its bespoke kitchen, interior design magazine finishes, a sauna, hot tub and even a cinema room. An ideal holiday home for large families or groups of friends it has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and the main bedroom with a dressing room. 

Thetford, Norfolk

This wonderful spacious retreat is a contemporary design on lakeside surroundings. It’s futuristic look is a world away for the traditional pet friendly cottages you usually see. The thoroughly modern kitchen is integrated into the dining and comfy living area which is double aspect and has doors leading to the patio with BBQ and private hot tub. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. 

Sandringham, Norfolk

A delightful cottage boasting 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an open plan living room in a peaceful corner of the county, ideal for a short break. Underfloor heating runs throughout the home, outside there is a private garden with a BBQ, jacuzzi and off-road parking available for 2 vehicles. You are just a short drive from the golden beaches of Brancaster and Holme for a memorable day out from this cosy little hideaway.

Bacton, Norfolk

(200 yards from the water) Directly on the beachfront, properties on the beach don’t come much closer. This gorgeous and beautifully decorated detached dog friendly coastal cottage is ideal for groups of up to 4 who want to explore the pristine beaches of the North Norfolk coast. Enjoy the sea breeze from the comfort of the patio, and watch the tide roll in from the warmth of the wood-burning fire.

Sloley, Norfolk Coast

Stable Cottage is a stylishly renovated cottage property nestled in peaceful and picturesque surroundings and sleeps 4 people, 2 dogs, and has 2 bedrooms. This sizeable cottage has a bathroom and shower, with a smart TV lounge, complete kitchen and even an enclosed area you can enjoy. There is also off road parking available for two vehicles. This ravishing couples retreat located in Sloley is a great way to spend time with your partner.

Syderstone, Norfolk

A small quaint holiday cottage property with a double bedroom and bunk bedroom. There’s a lawned garden, bike storage, wood burner with logs supplied. Sandringham House is close by and worth booking a tour, whilst Pensthorpe Natural Park is great for dogs. Explore the pretty coastal village nearby or let you pup get sandy paws on the local beach. This is one of the most popular family friendly cottages in the area.

Aylsham, Norfolk

Cosy ground floor holiday home with a king-size room and double room. There’s a smart TV in the master bedroom, off-road parking and the pub is just 1 mile. Visit the beautiful sandy beaches of Cromer on the coast just 9 miles away or visit the city of Norwich by car. This trendy coastal pad in an attractive village is a great base for you and your canine companions.

Why Choose Norfolk Pet Friendly Cottages

Looking for holiday inspiration, then Norfolk really does deserve to be explored by you and your four legged friend. From sandy beaches on the coast to the famous Norfolk Broads, there’s a reason why this county is so well-loved by dog owners for retreats near the beach. Thankfully, it’s no longer a challenge to have to search for affordable, and luxury pet friendly cottages in Norfolk.

On the search for a Norfolk holiday home ideal for you and your pets? Struggling to find a rate to pay per week that you can afford? Don’t worry. We’ve taken it upon ourselves to look for dog friendly accommodation in Norfolk and into the East of England, offering you scores of dog friendly beaches not too far away.

Many of dog friendly Norfolk cottages above have plenty of amenities within walking distance, too, so you are never far removed from the local scene. 

Cheap Weekend Breaks

If you’re after a holiday destinations in Norfolk that won’t cost a fortune, then you’re in the right place! Our accommodation in Norfolk and weekend stays offer cheap alternatives to going abroad or if you’re simply after a relaxing retreat away from the norm, these budget breaks could be exactly what you’re after. From a newly renovated cottage to a last minute break, these properties are flexible with low cost rates to give you more money to spend exploring the local areas.

Holidays By The Sea

Home to famous seaside resorts such as Great Yarmouth & Hemsby. Norfolk cottages for dogs provide an ideal retreat for you & your canine companion by the sea with vast beautiful beaches, dog attractions and great local food. Whether you’re booking a week or a few nights, with our vast list of properties we’re sure you’ll find dog friendly holiday cottages in Norfolk, East Anglia and next to the sea. 

Luxury Self Catering

These 1-2 night dog friendly holiday cottages in Norfolk are ideal if you’re not looking to travel far from home with your four legged friend, but still want a short getaway with a cottage hire. These Norfolk holidays with dogs have all the amenities for a splendid holiday meaning you don’t have to spend a lot of money on rent per week to have a good time. Looking for 1 bedroom or more for a couple of nights? We have you covered. We’ve found boltholes with street parking and private parking available, too. Enjoy dog walking and other activities on your doorstep.

The last thing you need when on a Norfolk holiday is to be constantly worrying your pooch (or children) may run off in a strange place and perhaps run out onto the road.

Booking a holiday cottage in the fantastic Norfolk countryside with an enclosed garden gives you peace of mind and another place to relax, knowing Fido is safe to run and play.

Returning to your holiday home after a busy day exploring the nearby outstanding natural beauty or North Norfolk coast, what could be better than a soothing soak in your very own spa? 

There are plenty of Norfolk cottages to choose from, whether you are looking for a cosy retreat for two or a large place to accommodate the whole family and your canine companion. 

Multi Pet Rentals

More than one dog? Don’t worry; dogs usually incur an additional charge, so many holiday homeowners are happy to have two or more canine guests.

Some accommodation will also consider other pets by prior arrangement, so you may be able to take Floppy the rabbit. You may even find properties in a rural location with stables, so you can bring along a horse.

Romantic Getaways

Dog friendly escapes in Norfolk are ideal for a last minute romantic getaway or celebrating a special occasion or anniversary.

Not only will you be surrounded by outstanding natural beauty, but there are also fine dining restaurants galore. Opportunities for long walks or a short stroll on dog friendly beaches with your canine and, if you are lucky, a toasty open fire to snuggle up in front of.

Lodges & Log Cabins

Norfolk is ideal for a dog friendly holiday and boasts an assortment of accommodation, so if you don’t want a traditional cottage, why not check out these dog friendly Norfolk log cabins and lodges?

Most are nestled in the stunning countryside; alternatively, you and your four-legged friends could choose a resort in a seaside town with convenient onsite facilities and close to beautiful pooch friendly beaches.

Ideas For A Dog Holiday In Norfolk

Norfolk dog friendly cottages are dotted around this majestic area and provide an ideal base to explore and enjoy dog walking with plenty of places to stay. Famous for the Broads, it’s a dream location for fisherman, sailors and bird spotters looking for a holiday. You can find dog friendly holidays in Norfolk by the sea or head further inland for a rural escape.

The Norfolk coast stretches for 90 miles, and much of it is unspoilt and peaceful, Holkham beach is extremely popular. A coastal stay here will be exactly what your after if your trying to escape the hustle and bustlle of the city.

There’s a nice mixture of lively seaside towns and sleepy villages spread across this part of England including Burgh St Peter, Cromer, Blakeney and Wells-next-the-Sea, with tea rooms, chips shops and fine dining on offer, there’s also food for every palate.

And Norwich is a busy city that boasts a castle, cathedral, university and football stadium as well as a great selection of shops. There are plenty of canine friendly cottages in Norfolk and a holiday here has an endless supply of attractions and activities for you and your pet. 

Visit Norfolk - Things Your Dog Will Enjoy

  • Norfolk Broads – With almost 200 miles of marshes, footpaths and riverside walks, the National Park is a giant doggie playground that leads right up to Norfolk’s northern coastline.
  • Fantastic Norfolk Countryside – Wherever you stay in Norfolk, you’ll never be far from stunning countryside teeming with wildlife.
  • Unspoilt Beaches – The Norfolk Coast area of outstanding natural beauty boasts some of the best dog friendly beaches in the country. You’ll find vast expanses of sand at Brancaster, Holkham and Wells-Next-The-Sea or have a look at Weybourne’s shingle beach. You can also enjoy boat trips here on the coast.
  • Salt Marshes – Nature lovers will love exploring the many Norfolk Salt Marshes with their four-legged friends. See rare seabirds at the ones near Cley-Next-The-Sea or experience jaw-dropping views at Stiffkey Marshes before returning to one of the vast holiday cottages.
  • Nature Reserves – The Norfolk Wildlife Trust boasts no less than 32 Nature Reserves and there are also 8 RSPB sites, some along north Norfolk’s glorious coastline, others in woodland or the Broads.
  • Wells Next The Sea – Your best friend can frolic on the huge beach and sand dunes here to their heart’s content. There’s also a lovely circular walk that takes you into Holkham Estate which is also pet friendly.
  • Spectacular Coastline – The county has 90 miles of stunning coastline with something for everyone, including huge beaches, picturesque fishing villages, family resorts, tidal marshes and market towns such as North Walsham.

Last Word

No matter what type of dog friendly holiday you dream of, you’re sure to find the perfect Norfolk dog friendly cottage on our list. Try the Victorian Pier and tuck into crab at Cromer, enjoy the fun fair at Great Yarmouth, try dog friendly pubs in the local area or sit by a beach hut in Well-next-the Sea.

For activities in the Norfolk Broads, have a look here, then head to the charming towns of Wroxham, Coltishall or Ludham and hire a boat or find a pub where you can watch the ducks and swans, beach days are also not to be missed!

Waveney Valley offers long walks and view to die for, and the cities nearby have shops galore, a theatre and art galleries before returning to one of the many holiday cottages on offer.

This county truly is a great place to come and these Norfolk dog friendly holiday homes provide that perfect escape for the whole family. Check out some of our favourite pooch friendly cottages in Norfolk above, browse activities and plan your next getaway.

There’s nothing quite like coming back from the beautiful coastline and a beach walk 5 miles away with your four legged pals to enjoy an open fire. An en suite with WC, ground floor wet room and smart Tv can’t hurt, either! Take a look at our special offers and see if one of our Norfolk holidays with dogs interests you. 

If these holiday cottages or Norfolk dog friendly holidays weren’t for you, head to our county page to see all of our dog friendly cottages in the East of England

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