The following dog friendly hotels are within 20 miles.
Traditional hotel next to the quayside. Many of the bedrooms have wonderful views over the estuary and salt marshes and some have terraces or balconies. The hotel has a heated indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and billiards room. There are two comfortable lounges, a bar and restaurant.
Some of the ground floor rooms are ideal for dogs.There is a charge of £5 per dog per night and they are very welcome as long as they do not spoil the enjoyment of other guests. They are not allowed in the public rooms or A+ bedrooms. Any damage will be charged for.
Friendly hotel that is an ideal base for exploring coastal paths, Blakeney quayside and National Trust Friary Hills. The main hotel is in a 17th century manor house, with bedrooms located in an adjacent courtyard. The hotel has a beautiful walled garden. Meals are served in the bar and restaurant.
Dogs are very welcome.
17th century country house hotel set in beautiful gardens, next to the Norfolk coast. The hotel's restaurant is famous for its award-winning cuisine and the chef patron Galton Blackiston conducts a number of cookery courses and demonstrations throughout the year. The spacious bedrooms are individually decorated in a English country house style. There is a choice of attractive lounges, a bright conservatory and an elegant dining room. The hotel is child friendly.
Dogs are welcome at Morston Hall by prior arrangement, there are long coastal walks which your dog (and you) will enjoy then you can return to sit by the large log fire before dinner! We have two specially built kennels, which are available free of charge. However we do charge £5.00 per dog per night, if staying in your room (please bring their favourite basket / blanket to make them feel at home).
Smart Edwardian hotel 500 yards to the beach and pier, with stunning views of the sea. Features include a magnificent staircase and beautiful stained glass windows. The hotel has an all day coffee shop and bar, a bistro specialising in fresh fish dishes and a guest lounge with hand painted murals. All of the bedrooms have sea views as does the hotel's West Cliff Restaurant.
Dogs are allowed to be left unattended in bedrooms. There is a charge of £5 per dog per night. Dogs are welcome in public areas, except the restaurant. Dog food can be provided on request. Dogs can be exercised 50 metres from the hotel.
The Railway Inn is situated on the outskirts of Burnham Market on the Fakenham Road, just a short stroll from the Hoste Arms. The Railway Inn has 7 en-suite bedrooms, including an unusual converted railway carriage. The overall effect is stunning accommodation at reasonable prices in the traditional setting of the old Railway station - but of course, with complete access to all the usual Hoste Arms comforts.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms at a charge of £10 per stay. Dogs are also welcome in public areas of the Hoste Arms, except the dining room. There are lots of walks nearby and a beach 2.5 miles away.
Stylish inn situated close to the north Norfolk coast. The bedrooms are decorated with co-ordinating fabrics to a very high standard. There is a popular bar with beams and fire, a terrace with outside heaters and a relaxing conservatory lounge. The inn serves a range of dishes from fine dining to afternoon tea. Beauty therapist visits can be arranged from a local salon.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms at a charge of £15 per stay. Dogs are welcome in public areas, except the dining room. There are lots of walks nearby and a beach 2.5 miles away.
Charming hotel situated on the marshland coastline of North Norfolk, with panoramic views. Dogs are allowed in the 8 ground floor bedrooms built into the natural contours of the land with their own outside terrace. The bedrooms are decorated in a clean and contemporary style. There is a large bar and a conservatory restaurant, with terrace and spectacular coastal views. The extensive menu changes daily and locally caught shellfish is a speciality.
Dogs are allowed in the ground floor bedrooms at a charge of £5 per dog per night. Dogs are welcome in public areas, except the restaurant. Dogs can be exercised on the adjoining coastal paths and beach.
Former Victorian farm house with stunning, uninterrupted views across the wild marshes to the sea, near to the RSPB Titchwell Marsh nature reserve. Dogs and their owners can stay in the ground floor bedrooms in an attractive stable conversion. Public rooms include a lounge, bar and a popular conservatory restaurant, which overlooks the garden. The hotel restaurant is renowned for its imaginative use of freshly caught fish and shellfish.
Dogs are welcome in 5 ground floor bedrooms (with parking at the bedroom door) at a charge of £8 per dog per night. There is a kennel in the paddock for those guests who prefer their dog to sleep outside. Dogs are allowed in the bar and garden on a lead. The hotel provides doggy towels and blankets, drinking bowls, biscuits and a map showing short walks from the hotel. Dogs can be exercised next to the hotel.
18th century house with award-winning restaurant. Every evening the chef prepares a ten mile dinner, where the majority of the ingredients are from within 10 miles of the hotel. Cromer crab, Morston mussels, Thornham oysters, Sheringham lobster and local meat and vegetables are all served in season. Public area also include a choice of attractive lounges, one of which has a bar. Bedrooms are individually styled with co-ordinating fabrics and furnished with antiques. Garden and four-poster rooms are available.
Three dog friendly bedrooms. Dogs are allowed to be left unattended in these rooms. There is a charge of £10 per dog per night (not including food). Dogs are allowed in public areas, except the restaurant. Dogs can be exercised close to the hotel.
16th century pub just a short walk from Thornham beach. The bright bedrooms have pine furniture and most have views over Thornham harbour to the sea. The traditional bar has beams and open fires, whilst the dining room is an elegant place to relax. Both the bar and restaurant menus feature freshly caught seafood.
Dogs are allowed to be left unattended in bedrooms and are welcome in the bar. Dogs can be exercised next to the inn.