Dog friendly holidays in East of England

East of England

Including Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk

dog friendly Best Western Hotels

Best Western Hotels & Resorts

UK Wide

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Best Western Hotels & Resorts are ideal for trips away with your four-legged friend, from the beaches of Pembrokeshire to the epic trails of the Peak District.

Park Holidays UK for dog friendly holidays in the south of England

Park Holidays UK

UK Wide

Holiday Parks & Touring Pitches

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

With 33 holiday parks across the south coast from Devon to Suffolk, with Park Holidays UK you will find an ideal place for a dog friendly break with the family.

Oasis Barn for dog friendly holidays in Suffolk

Oasis Barn

All Saints South Elmham, HALESWORTH, Suffolk, IP19 0PB

Self Catering, sleeps 2 – 4
Dog Type & Number: 2 small or 1 large per barn
Dogs Free: Yes

Luxury dog friendly holiday accommodation situated in the Waveney Valley, halfway between Halesworth and Bungay in Suffolk.

dog friendly holiday cottages in Norfolk with Clevency Cottages

Clevency Cottages

Great Snoring, FAKENHAM, Norfolk, NR21 0AH

3 Self Catering Cottages, sleeps 2 – 4
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Clevency Cottages are close to Wells-next-the-Sea and Holkham on the North Norfolk coast – a great dog friendly place for a holiday.

Forest Holidays welcome up to 4 dogs

Forest Holidays

UK Wide

Holiday Parks

Dog Type & Number: 4
Dogs Free: No

Forest Holidays welcome up to 4 dogs into their cabins at locations across the UK. With hot tubs available, this could be a perfect break for you and your family.

Independent Cottages - dog friendly holiday cottage agency

Independent Cottages

UK Wide

Self Catering Agency
Dog Type & Number: 3
Dogs Free: No

Dog friendly Independent Cottages are all over the UK, giving you a great choice to find a retreat for your perfect holiday with your family.

High House - dog friendly holiday cottage near Southwold

High House

Wrentham, BECCLES, Suffolk, NR34 7NX

Self Catering, sleeps 9
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Perfect for a country or seaside holiday, High House is a dog friendly holiday property in Suffolk close to Southwold and dog friendly pubs.

Sykes Cottages welcome dogs in the their properties throughout the UK

Sykes Cottages

UK Wide

Self Catering Agency
Dog Type & Number: Varies by property.
Dogs Free: Yes

Sykes Cottages offer dog friendly holidays throughout The UK, whether you are looking for coastal or countryside properties.

Old Rectory Cottages in Suffolk are dog friendly

Old Rectory Cottages Flixton

Flixton, BUNGAY, Suffolk, NR35 1NL

Self Catering, sleeps 2
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

On the Suffolk Norfolk border, these dog friendly holiday cottages are ideal for a couple to getaway and enjoy some peace and dog walks from the door.

Want to go on dog friendly holidays in East of England, so that all of your family members can go? 

We are sure to have something for you as pets are welcome at all of the properties here. There are great self-catering cottages, holiday parks, and campsites to stay at. If you prefer to take things a little easier, try one of the many dog-friendly B&B’s or hotels? Wherever you go, one thing is sure – your pets are welcome!

Dog Friendly Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire is a diverse county. From historic towns and cities to the delightful countryside, with gentle hills in the south and Fens in the north east. The university city of Cambridge, is full of old streets and bridges crossing the River Cam; Ely has a wonderful cathedral; Huntingdon was the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell and Wisbech has some fantastic Georgian architecture. If that doesn’t appeal, there are plenty of ancient woodlands to walk or cycle around. There are also a wide range of nature reserves, and of course the Fens. These have been reclaimed and are crossed with rivers and drainage channels. Cambridgeshire is sure to appeal to all ages and interests.

Dog Friendly Essex

Essex not only has beautiful rolling countryside with pretty towns and villages but busy seaside towns too. If you fancy spending a short break in the countryside, then you are in for some great walks. The Essex Way, coastal walks or one of the 5 Walk Essex routes are great choices.  Essex has 350 miles of coastline, with many popular resorts such as Southend-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea, Walton-on-the-Naze, and Frinton-on-Sea dotted along it. So whether you are after peace and quiet, or something a little louder, then you and your dogs will find something to suit you.

Dog Friendly Norfolk

A dog-friendly holiday in Norfolk, in the East Anglia region, offers so many exciting opportunities for a varied break. If you love the coastline, there are miles of coastal walks around Great Yarmouth. How about a visit to The Fens or Thetford Forest amongst the Scots Pines or heath for a lovely alternative. The North Norfolk coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Or go to the Norfolk Broads for a different perspective. Norfolk is truly a county that offers you and your dog so many opportunities amongst its nature reserves and fabulous seaside resorts.

For dog friendly things to do in Norfolk, go to our blog post here

Dog Friendly Suffolk

Did you know (at the time of writing) Suffolk is one of the few counties to have no motorways? That being said, the county is extremely accessible. There are a wealth of hidden gems just perfect for finding on a day out.   Famous for its racecourse at Newmarket, as well as glorious countryside for you and your dog to enjoy. Suffolk also has some stunning coastline and boasts some Blue Flag beaches (please check for dogs welcome).  A drive out into the countryside is likely to bring you to a dog-friendly pub and picturesque villages with thatched cottages. The Suffolk countryside has inspired artists such as John Constable.  On sunny days or rainy days, there’s plenty to do in Suffolk.

For some dog friendly ideas in Suffolk, go to our blog post here.

To find a list of dog-friendly pubs and cafes, please click here.

We hope that you have some great dog friendly holidays in East of England.

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