Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages Norfolk

We know what it’s like to be a dog lover, which is why we’re proud to have dog friendly holiday cottages Norfolk.

You no longer need to worry about booking your dog into kennels or getting a sitter, feel free to bring your friendly companion on the trip of a life time to one of our dog friendly accommodation Norfolk Broads can offer. All we ask is that you don’t leave your dog unattended and to make life easier, we have built two secure kennels and these are available free of charge. Dog walking service can also be arranged.

All our gardens are enclosed and we have amazing walks all around us, we even have an enclosed area to run those dogs that like to explore!

This is just one of the reasons why Hall Farm provides leading dog friendly Norfolk accommodation.

Feel free to contact us anytime and we’ll book you and your four-legged furry friend into one of our dog friendly holiday cottages Norfolk.

We have listed some great dog friendly activities for you to enjoy on the Norfolk Broads and surrounding areas. Happy dog walking!

  • Broads Tours – except on carpeted areas.
  • Fairhaven Gardens, on lead.
  • Sheringham park
  • Horsey Mill + nearby pubs, Nelson’s Head and Fishermans’ Return (Winterton)
  • Blickling Hall grounds, not house
  • Felbrigg grounds, not house
  • Beans Boat Trips to seals, Blakeney
  • Whitlingham Park, except small beach area in summer
  • Beaches between Winterton and Sea Palling , any time
  • Salhouse Broad walk
  • Cockshoot boardwalk, dog on lead
  • Shire Horse Centre
  • Day boats
  • Poppy Line railway
  • Bure Valley railway, not in shop or restaurant
  • Ross’ Wildlife Boat Trips from Horsey Staithe
  • Bittern Line walk from the station via Belaugh and Coltishall 5 miles
  • Salhouse broad 1-1.5 miles
  • Ranworth walk,to the east of the teashop,2 miles maximum
  • Horsey walk, round Mere, along dyke the beach, back via winterton, 5 miles approx
  • Waxham, park in the lane leading to the beach nr Waxham barn. Walk to Sea Palling
  • Bacton Woods, off the B1150, between North Walasham and Bacton
  • Weavers Way round Hickling Broad Some sheep in the area
  • Sheringham Park National Trust
  • Winterton, Beach, nature reserve, valley walk to Hemsby

The following is a list of pubs where we know that dogs are welcome, although it is always worthwhile popping your head round the door to check with the staff before you take your dog in

  • The Kings Arms, Ludham – dogs welcome in the bar only.
  • The Fisherman’s Return – WInterton on Sea
  • The Dog Inn, Ludham – dogs welcome in the bar.
  • Nelson Head Pub – Horsey
  • Ship Pub – South Walsham
  • New Inn – Horning
  • The Bell – Salhouse
  • Wayford Bridge Hotel- Near Stalham