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Looking for a dog-friendly UK holiday? Norfolk is the perfect choice. There are many beaches that allow dogs year-round (for example, Holkham and Great Yarmouth) as well as boat trips and country pubs that welcome four-legged friends, too. Here’s our pick of Norfolk’s best pet-friendly places to stay – bookable on Culture Trip.
Your dog can have just as good a holiday in Norfolk as you at these pet-friendly hotels. Whether you’re sightseeing in Norwich, beach-combing in Overstrand or walking in Sheringham, there’s no reason why Rover can’t come too. Many of these hotels offer top perks, including doggy menus, bathrooms ideal for muddy paws or their very own plush dog beds.
Dogs are more than just welcome at the Dormy House near Cromer – they’re even fed gourmet dinners. Order your carvery – the daily ‘best roast on the coast’ is legendary round here – with a pooch parcel on the side. This means your pet hound could soon be tucking into its own beef, turkey or gammon chunks with vegetables and gravy. Don’t get it mixed up with the chef’s home-made farmhouse pie. Your dog might not notice but you probably will.
Reserve a dog-friendly room at the Sea Marge in Overstrand and get a pet bed and towel thrown in. The adjacent beach is sandy and parts welcome pooches year-round, so look for the signs. After some exercise on the Cromer Lighthouse circular walk, make for the Sea Marge’s bar for locally caught crab. Built for banker Sir Edward Speyer in 1908, the Grade II-listed mansion has sea views and a terraced lawn cascading to the beach below.