You’re sure to have an amazing time in the incredibly dog friendly Norfolk. There are so many incredible places for you and your dog to go walking in this stunning part of the UK. The long stretches of beaches are great for running around and tiring out even the most energetic pups!
Norfolk is a brilliant place to visit with the whole family. If you do decide to get your toes and paws a little sandy on your visit, make sure you keep an eye out for a large, ownerless dog running around on Cromer beach. Locals and visitors claim to have seen this black pooch in the waves.
Local legend tells that this lonely pet waiting for an owner that will never return from the sea. If you approach, it’ll simply vanish into the waves…
To help you plan your trip to Norfolk, we’ve put together a helpful guide of the wonderful places you can walk, eat and stay. Take a look and start planning your trip today.
Dog friendly accommodation
You’ve got a fantastic range of options available to you when it comes to picking a place to stay. Norfolk is full of dog friendly holiday cottages, campsites, B&Bs, guesthouses and hotels. The hardest part is choosing whereabouts you want to be based for your Norfolk getaway.
Stunning places to walk in Norfolk
You’ll never be stuck for an exciting dog walk with stunning views for you to enjoy during your stay. The MyPawsOn community have walked all over Norfolk and found the very best spots for pets to run free and enjoy some off the lead time.
Dog friendly places to eat
After a day of exploring the beaches and breath-taking views over the countryside, we’re sure you’ll have worked up an appetite. There are lots of delicious places you can go and eat where your dog will be more than welcome to join you.
We know you’re sure to have a fantastic time no matter what you get up to in dog friendly Norfolk. We hope you’ll find this guide a handy place to start when planning your trip. If you’ve got any places to recommend in the area, do let us know!