Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats
Are you looking for luxury dog friendly log cabins in Norfolk? As the region is so famously pet friendly, it makes sense that there are also lots of chalets and holiday homes for you to book into here. Offering fantastic seaside walks and countryside trails, it makes sense to find you and your four legged friend some ideal accommodation.
Old Times is a roomy holiday breakaway that sleeps 8 people, with space for 2 dogs. It is a pet friendly spot with 3 bedrooms, with entertainment in the form of a TV and DVD player in the main lounge. There is also a bathroom suite with a tub and shower overhead.
Sedum Lodge is a pleasant pet friendly holiday cabin that sleeps 2 people, and has room for a dog. It offers a double bedroom, a TV and DVD player and a shower room with toilet. There is a wood burner available as well as a fridge, microwave, dishwasher and oven.
A stunning home with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 3 of them having en suite shower rooms. The barn conversion boasts a cinema room, hot tub, sauna and shared games room. The seaside resort of Cromer is a short drive, and the Norfolk Broads are slightly further afield.
With an open plan living area, this lodge-style property is ideal for a couple with its 2 bedrooms. The cabin includes a woodburner, BBQ, enclosed garden and a TV. Enjoy views of Happisburgh Lighthouse from the cabin and also explore Wroxham which is nearby.
A romantic one-bedroom, one-bathroom woodland cabin with a shower room. There is no internet, but you can enjoy fishing in the private lake and relax in the seating area outside. Take the car to Thetford Forest for walks or head down to Banham Zoo for a day with the animals.
This cabin has a double and twin, and a shower room, its the ideal size for a family. Outside, there is a wooden decking area with seating and parking for 2 cars. Just 4.2 miles away is the National Trust Blickling Estate, whilst Cromer Pier is 7.6 miles.
A delightful converted windmill dating back to 1857. It has open plan stairs leading up to the double bedroom, and the bathroom is downstairs. There is a coal effect electric fire, and outside there is a garden with a small patio and barbecue. Unfortunately, no children are allowed at this property. Enjoy fishing, golf, and cycling all nearby in this idyllic countryside retreat.
A beautiful single-story lodge with three bedrooms, a double and a bunk bed, as well as two family bathrooms. If you have children there is a high chair and travel cot available on request, and smart TVs in both the bedrooms and lounge. Outside there is parking for two vehicles and there’s also a patio area with garden furniture to relax in. Head into nearby Burnham market, which is just 0.5 miles away and enjoy a variety of eateries, boutique shops and the two art galleries on offer.
A former World War II water Tower, this stunning property has three bedrooms, a double and a single, as well as an en suite with a shower and a family bathroom. Outside there are paddocks and an equestrian livery, as well as an outdoor school with lessons available, the local shop and pub are less than a mile away, or if you want to travel further afield, head into Norwich, which is about 16 miles away, which is full of activities and attractions.
This stunning timber clad lodge is set in a beautiful woodland surrounding with two bedrooms, a double and a twin, as well as two family bathrooms. Inside the property there is an electric flame fire, wifi is not available at this property, and there are also shared grounds with an uncovered pond, so children need to be supervised. Facilities at this holiday park include tennis courts, indoor swimming pools, a games room, gym, and a sauna. For great days out head into the market town of Holt, which is five and a half miles away.
A brilliant coastal retreat for a couple wanting to escape the city life, the former Fisherman’s Cabin has one king size bedroom and one bathroom. Outside there is a large garden with a bench for sitting and a table for cooking. The local beach is just 0.1 miles away while the nearest shop and pub is 0.6 miles away. Enjoy a boat trip on Hickling Broad, which is five and a half miles away, or head to the resident colony of Horsey Gap, which is 4.2 miles away.
A beautiful spacious barn conversion in rural Norfolk with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It has an open plan kitchen and lounge, as well as an enclosed garden with a summer house and barbecue. There is also off road parking for four vehicles and the nearest shops and pub are about three and a half miles. There are plenty of nearby towns and villages to explore, such as Bury St Edmunds, Southwold, and Dunwich.
Enjoy 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 1 with an en suite shower room at this holiday home. Outside, there is a gas BBQ, hot tub and off-road parking for 2 cars available. Great Yarmouth is a short journey by car where you can enjoy the Pleasure Beach & Sea Life Centre.
This delightful and sizeable holiday lodge sleeps 8 people! It’s pet friendly in that it can sleep two dogs, and has its own enclosed garden area with decking. There is an open plan living space as well as a double room and ensuite on the ground floor. There’s also a complete kitchen.
This lakeside holiday chalet offers space that sleeps 4 across 2 bedrooms, and there is space for you to bring one dog. You have access to everything on the ground floor, with an open plan living space as well as your own garden lawn. There’s also a walk-in shower.
Whether you are set on heading to Thetford Forest, the seaside scenes of Great Yarmouth, or want to travel the famous Norfolk Broads, there’s lots of holiday accommodation in Norfolk and across East Anglia. This really is a corner of England that’s worth exploring with a pet if you can.
In this guide, we have hunted down dog friendly holiday accommodation in Norfolk within walking distance of all kinds of attractions. Looking for a hot tub, beach views or an open fire? What about a ground floor bedroom and bathroom for two? Take a look through our list for inspiration.
Cornwall is surprisingly affordable for holidays across the year. Dog friendly breaks, too, are just as refreshingly cheap! Take a look at our selection of reasonably priced breaks across the region – we’ve lined up chalet and lodge properties which really won’t break the bank. That’s more spending money for you!
Only got a couple of nights to spare? Take a look at the selection of Norfolk properties we’ve found during our search for top dog friendly breakaways in the region. Self catering is simple, affordable, and you don’t have to break away for long. Come stay for a weekend!
Many people go looking for beach escapes within easy reach of lodges and log cabin locations in Norfolk. And why shouldn’t they? Sea views really do complete a holiday, and just imagine being able to breathe in that wonderful coast breeze every time you step outside. It’s incomparable!
In this guide, we will take you through our favourite dog friendly accommodation in the Norfolk area. Looking for open plan living? A single floor property? Keep reading for our top picks for pets and their owners.
If you’re looking for somewhere idyllic and memorable to bring your pooch on holiday to – then Norfolk really does tick all the right boxes. From the bright and breezy North Norfolk coast across the local areas of outstanding natural beauty, there are green and sandy scenes here you’ll want to explore with your pets time and time again. Norfolk beach scenes are always popular, too. These are just a few of the great days out and there is also a wide selection of friendly pubs.
Beyond the beaches, of course, you should take the time to explore the inland seaside fun. Check out the resorts of Wells Next The Sea, Hunstanton and Cromer beyond. If you’re looking for a quick city break, too, choose a lodge with clear links into nearby Norwich. Wooded areas and green walks are also close by in Thetford Forest.
If you prefer traversing the waterways, then you’ll also want to take the time to look out at the Norfolk Broads!
Norfolk is one of the first areas we think of when we consider dog friendly holidays. There is an immense array of accommodation across the region that you and your pooch will love exploring. You’re in a fantastic central location to enjoy greenery, coast and more besides.
A self-catering break for you, your partner, your family, your pets – there are tons of great opportunities up in Norfolk, and connecting down to Suffolk and East Anglia. We’ve tried to make things easier on your search by showing you our favourite self-catering accommodation picks for pet lovers in the region.
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