Bring your dog glamping in 2019 to our dog-friendly camp in pet-friendly Norfolk. Explore Beaches, woodlands and the occasional bone.

Norfolk is deservedly top of the list for many dog-lovers being a particularly pet-friendly dog holiday destination. You won’t have to leave your dog at home as four-legged friends are very much part of the landscape. There’s nothing like a dog friendly beach: the sheer look of joy on your dog’s face as they tear off across the sand is worth travelling practically anywhere! Dog-friendly beaches can be found closeby at Old Hunstanton, Holme, Brancaster and Holkham. Back at camp the woodlands and parklands are great places to go walkies.

We welcome up to two dogs per lodge to the Hideaway camp* which is great for walks, woodlands and being around camp. The Hideaway is located within easy reach of dog-friendly beaches, walks and pubs, so you’ll be able to do all the things you were planning to do anyway and your dog will be able to come along for the ride!

Please note that due to the close proximity to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust and the abundance of ground-nesting birds we do not have dogs at Thornham Bay all year and at The Hideaway during the month of August.

Many of the Norfolk pubs and cafes in this area are very welcoming to well-behaved dogs, allowing you to enjoy regular excursions on your pet friendly holiday. Most tourist attractions from country parks to steam railways, allow dogs on a lead. At The Orange Tree in Thornham the local menu is complimented by a full ‘Canine Cuisine’ menu full of delicious meals! Who’s for a doggie bag? Your pet will also get a warm welcome at the Rose and Crown Snetttisham.

The Hideaway is a short walk from the Peddars Way ancient trail. An old Roman marching route that goes from Thetford and joins the Coastal path at Holme. A short drive away there is Sandringham Country Park by the Queen’s country home. This woodland escape offers picnic areas, miles of walks and more.

For the more adventurous hound, dogs are more than welcome on the seal trip boats that head out to the Blakeney Point area, and this is a must visit day out for you too especially in November and December, when the seal pups are around.

Up to two dogs can accompany you at a cost of £20 each for however long you stay. Dogs cannot roam free throughout the camp and must be on leads or long tethered when not in your lodge. It is vital you let us know at time of booking so that we can allocate you the most appropriate lodge when you arrive. *We accept pets at the Hideaway except for any stay commencing within the month of August.