Dog Friendly Walking & Glamping

Special Offer: No cost for dogs throughout the month of June on our Dog Friendly Glamping and Walking Holidays (Avocet, Curlew or Lapwing). Quote JuneDog when enquiring (normal Terms and Conditions apply)

The Norfolk Coast is very dog friendly (apart from on some of the main beaches but the Coast Path is still accessible for our walking holidays) so if you would like to include your dog (up to 2 dogs or 3 very small dogs) in your plans to holiday we would be very happy for them to join you on your MarGins Walking and Glamping holiday.

So that you don't have to bring all their 'luggage' we will supply everything they need, just not the dog! We have dog beds, bowls, treats, poop bags and dog towels.

All we ask is that you dog(s) do not sleep or get on the beds for hygiene and cleaning purposes, they are kept on leads when on the campsites and you clean up after your dog (we supply poop bags if needed).

If you are considering our Walking Holidays please note that you will be walking up to 15 miles each day so think about whether your dog can cope with that distance as we don’t include a ‘carry the dog’ option.

*Unfortunately, we cannot allow dogs on our Curlew Plus or Sandmartin Walking Holidays due to the Blakeney Campsite not accepting dogs

Although we accept dogs, we do ask you fully adhere to the Countryside Code at all times. Click here to find out how.


Walking Holidays: £7.50 per dog per night (up to 2 dogs or 3 if very small)

Glamping Holidays: £5.00 per dog per night (up to 2 dogs or 3 if very small)

Contact us for more details.

The Norfolk Coast, a great place for making Paw-Friends


Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!
What a lovely experience from start to finish. Sturdy spacious tent, warm snug duvet, local food, lots of info, bunting, incense for the evening and more ‘spoiltness’ than a dog could ever wish for.
Thank you Gin and Mark for setting up and setting out what has been a very relaxing few days in fab accommodation xx

Meet some of the gorgous dogs who have had Paw-some adventures with their hoomans on the dog friendly Norfolk Coast