10 dog friendly hotels in Norfolk

Lifeboat Inn, Thornham

Lifeboat Inn, Thornham - Credit: Archant

Walks along dramatic beaches before warming up by the log fire with the dog at your feet make for a perfect stay at a lovely dog friendly hotel in Norfolk

Rose and Crown, Snettisham

Rose and Crown, Snettisham - Credit: Archant

Norfolk hotels know how to do hospitality that straddles the lines between luxury and cosy comforts. From Michelin Star dining to four-poster beds, here the Good Hotel Guide shares 10 dog friendly hotels in Norfolk that all four legged friends and their owners will love...

The Rose & Crown, Snettisham

A 14th century, whitewashed pub by the sea with open fires and low beams, The Rose & Crown in Snettisham has a reputation that precedes it. Warm and welcoming, the award-winning inn welcomes the whole family to relax in cosy comfort, including dogs for a supplement of £15 per night.


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Congham Hall

Congham Hall - Credit: Archant


Congham Hall, King’s Lynn

Known as a foodie haven with beautiful gardens, this Georgian country house hotel sits close to the Queen’s famous Sandringham residence. Its luxurious style does not compromise on a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, complete with dog friendly accommodation. With plenty of walks and beaches in the nearby area to explore, it’s a doggie paradise, where pets are provided with a water bowl and treat during their stay.


Beechwood - Credit: Archant

Beechwood Hotel, North Walsham

A former haunt of Agatha Christie complete with four poster beds and piano music over canapés, Beechwood Hotel is an elegant country house hotel. Intimate and close to the coast for plenty of beautiful walks, the hotel has a variety of room types including Garden and Four-Poster Rooms. There are dog friendly rooms in each category, simply give them a call to find out more.


Titchwell - Credit: Archant

Titchwell Manor, Titchwell

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A Victorian farmhouse overlooking golden marshlands, Titchwell Manor serves local food in carefully restored surroundings. There are reclaimed wooden headboards and heritage colours in the 26 carefully decorated rooms and suites. Guests are welcome to bring dogs to stay in select rooms at £15 per dog per night, greeted on arrival with a dog bed, towel, biscuits and walking map.

Lifeboat Inn

Lifeboat Inn - Credit: Archant

The Lifeboat Inn, Thornham

A 16th century inn overlooking salt marshes and coast can’t help but have a certain atmosphere to it. Having been welcoming people and providing shelter for more than 500 years, The Lifeboat Inn wears its heritage as a shelter from stormy seas. It retains unique details such as a 200 year old vine in the conservatory. As a traditional pub with rooms it is also extremely welcoming to four-legged friends. Pooches get a bowl of water and can dine with you in the cosy bar or in front of the roaring log fire in the lounge at a charge of £10 per night.

Cley Windmill

Cley Windmill - Credit: Archant

Cley Windmill, Cley-Next-the-Sea

Scale the heights of this unique B&B and you’re rewarded with views of beautiful gardens, the salt marsh and sea. Contemporary interiors offset this superbly beautiful former mill; opt for the top-floor Wheel Room for extra wow-factor. Choose between bed and breakfast or self-catering cottages where dogs are also welcome to join for a peaceful mini break.

Magazine Wood

Magazine Wood - Credit: Archant

Magazine Wood, Sedgeford

On the wild Norfolk coast, this rustic and chic B&B is a place to snuggle down with a good book or film after a long walk on the nearby beaches. A home away from home, it offers just the right level of luxury to make sure you feel spoiled and relaxed, where each room is light and airy with its own entrance and terrace. There are select dog-friendly rooms - get in touch to check availability.

Morston Hall

Morston Hall - Credit: Archant

Morston Hall, Holt

An exquisite restaurant with rooms, Morston Hall won the Good Hotel Guide’s 2016 Editor’s Choice Gourmet award. It’s perfect for owners and their dogs looking to explore Blakeney and the coast, and maybe take a seal trip to Blakeney Point, it offers Michelin-star meals and traditional country house style. It is an intimate hotel with its origins in the 17th century. The hotel has specially built kennels, although pets are also allowed to sleep in the bedrooms.

Saracen's Head

Saracen's Head - Credit: Archant

The Saracen’s Head, Wolterton

The Saracen’s Head is an elegant red brick Georgian inn, covered in ivy. It was designed to mimic a Tuscan farmhouse but it’s all Norfolk traditions when you visit. Enjoy plenty of local seafood after lengthy walks along the beaches, and four legged friends will revel in joining you. Towels are provided for them, and they can stay with you in room for £10 per stay.

White Horse, Brancaster Staithe

White Horse, Brancaster Staithe - Credit: Archant

The White Horse, Brancaster Staithe

With views across salt marshes and with contemporary, bright nautical interiors, The White Horse is an idyllic escape for families as well as those looking for a peaceful retreat – keep an eye out for birdlife in the big open skies. There are a number of rooms and suites available including a split level suite at the top of the property complete with a balcony and telescope, as well as dog-friendly annex rooms which have a private terrace and a wood-floored entrance for muddy mutts and boots.