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Norfolk Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Norfolk

Search the very best dog friendly Norfolk hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.

For those that are needing an escape from city life who are wanting to enjoy some fresh country air, as well as tranquility, the diverse county of Norfolk can offer you all this. Norfolk is the perfect place for holiday cottages. Enjoy the countryside and coast, learn some history and culture and to just enjoy a thoroughly relaxing, and peaceful break.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Norfolk

It is also renowned for all of the dog welcoming places to stay. On this page we will explore some of the best dog friendly hot tub breaks in Norfolk that are available, so you no longer have to leave your pooch at home.
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1. Stiltz in Aylsham

This woodland hideaway that sleeps two is the perfect romantic retreat. It has a luxury king-sized four poster and a stylish en suite. You can enjoy sweeping valley views from the depths of the sheltered hot tub. The patio also has a fire pit, comfy sofa and table and chairs for el fresco dining.

There is 350 acres of woodland right on the doorstep which provide perfect walks. Cromer, famous for its crabs and fresh seafood is a 20-minute drive away. Take the 9-mile trip on the Bure Valley Rail that leaves from Aylsham to Wroxham, stopping at five stations and going over 17 bridges.
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2. Charming Boathouse in Ranworth

For budding writers there is a desk with great views of Ranworth Broad. This studio style apartment with vaulted ceilings and a wet room with underfloor heating sleeps two. The sunny patio is ideal for breakfasts and, after a long day out and a relaxing dip in the hut tub, sundowners.

You are in the middle of a nature reserve here and you can hop on a Norfolk Wildlife Trust boat that take you through the scenic broads the teem with wildlife. Visit Ranworth church, known as the Cathedral of the Broads. You can walk to the 131-acre Fairhaven Woodland and Water gardens and explore its ancient woodland.
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3. Railway Cottage in Burnham

This converted signal house has two double rooms that sleeps four. The outdoor entertainment area certainly has the wow factor. There is a patio for barbequing and at the bottom of the garden a circular cabin housing sumptuous seating and a sauna. Adjacent is the outdoor hot tub for relaxing soaks under the starlit sky.

Take the 10-minute walk into quaint Burnham Market, dubbed North Norfolk’s prettiest village. Just a mile from there via Lady Anne Drive there is Holkam Bay where you can walk along the coast to Wells-Next-Sea, the county’s most famous seaside village. Ten miles away is Houghton Hall, one of the UK’s finest Palladian houses
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4. Watermill Granary Barn in Wortell

This riverside retreat is a Grade II listed granary barn that sits on its very own island accessed by a bridge. The interior is airy and light thanks to its high vaulted beam ceilings and double doors leading out onto the patio. It sleeps four in a double bedroom and the second with bunk beds making it an ideal family getaway.

You can have a spot of fishing right outside your door or go on a scenic riverside walk. Drive to Halesworth and take the Southwold to Walberswick ferry that offer one-hour river trips along the Blyth Estuary. While you are in Halesworth the Oasis Camel Park is worth a visit.
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5. Whitehands Farm Barn in Old Buckenham

This converted farm barn benefits from accommodation mostly on one level. The three bedrooms (two down a couple of steps) sleeps six with each bedroom having an en-suite. The hi-spec gloss white kitchen overlooks the sitting area with double doors leading to the patio with its large BBQ and enclosed hot tub.

Old Buckenham, said to have the largest village green in the UK, is just over two and a half miles from Banham Zoo. The zoo has more than 2,000 animals that include a sloth, snow leopard and cheetahs. The Norfolk Tank Museum is about six miles away in Forncett St Peter.
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6. Lakeland Lodge in Pentney

Situated in lush grounds on a quiet country road, this lodge with one of its four bedrooms having three beds, is an ideal retreat for large families with young children. Two of the bedrooms are conveniently situated on the ground floor. Double doors lead to a large entertainment area that includes a hot tub.

Visit nearby Castle Rising, a fortress dating back to 1140AD and try out its maze of stone steps and explore the ramparts. The Anglia Karting Centre is nine miles away and caters for children between the ages of eight and 16. Oxburgh Hall, an Elizabethan moated manor, is close by, great for Tudor history enthusiasts.
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7. Willows Retreat in Thetford

This retreat with its contemporary design has a futuristic feel yet blends perfectly with its lakeside surroundings. There are two bathrooms serving the two double bedrooms that sleep four. 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 hot tub.

Visit Thetford Forest Park just east of the retreat and go for a high wire experience or explore its cycling and walking trails. The fun Dad’s Army museum in Thetford is great for rainy days. Snetterton Race Circuit is 20 minutes away or take a day trip and discover the seaside delights of Sheringham and Cromer.
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8. Nettys Cottage near Sandringham

This village cottage might not be as grand as its neighbour, Sandringham, but it certainly isn’t short on space. Its three bedrooms, one en suite, sleep six and the kitchen flow through to the dining and sitting room. The double doors lead to a charming garden with a BBQ patio and an open-air hot tub.

The cottage is in Dersingham, a neighbouring village of Sandringham where you can visit the Queen’s 20,000-acre private estate. The museum and church of Mary St Magdalene are popular with visitors. A day out to the 100-acre Norfolk Lavender farm with its animal park will not disappoint. Wells-next-the-Sea is only a 30-minute drive away.
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9. Sea Glass Barn in Mundesley

This opulent retreat 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 a main bedroom with a dressing room.

You are right on the shores of the Victorian seaside village of Mundesley which boasts one of Norfolk’s finest beaches. Just half a mile inland there is a nine-hole-golf course on the hillside overlooking the River Mun. Felbrigg Hall and its 520 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens is an eight- mile drive.
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Norfolk is renowned for its diverse beauty from award-winning beaches on a fine stretch of coastline to its inland navigable lakes and rivers known as the Broads. From Grade II listed converted barns to retreat’s with cutting edge architecture, the choice of locations and accommodation abounds.

Each property and destination has its own appeal but they all have one thing in common – perfect outdoor areas that come with a hot tub to ease away the aches and pains of an active day out.

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