Dog-Friendly Pubs, Bars, Cafes, and Restaurants in Norfolk
If you live in Norfolk or simply visiting Norfolk, and are looking for a place to take your furry friend with you while you relax and enjoy some coffee or tea, then below are some great websites for you to refer to.
The Good Dog guide
Visit Norfolk dog-friendly places to eat
The Barking Bugle
If you’re looking for a more informal setting, Norfolk’s pubs are definitely the place to go. Many boast outdoor seating areas where your dog can run free and play while you enjoy a cold drink or some good old-fashioned family fun.
Dog-Friendly things to do when you come to the studio.
If you are coming to our studio to have your dawg photographed then you might as well make a day of it! Why not start with a little walk and go to GooderstoneWater Gardens for a nice short walk in the fresh air.
If you are feeling a little peckish after your walk then go to the teapot cafe and have a little snack, both you and your dawg will be welcome.
After all your excitement in the studio, you may want to go for a little walk around Swaffham.
The Northwell Pool/ Old Railway walk is very close to the studio and will take you along the old railway line of the King’s Lynn to Dereham line. The line to Narborough opened in 1846, Sporle in 1847, and reached Dereham in 1848. It later formed part of the Great Eastern Railway.
The line closed to passengers in 1968 and much of the line has been removed but several of the stations have been converted into houses so it really is an interesting walk.
Then why not finish your day off with a little dinner at one of the many dog-friendly pubs in Swaffham
Swaffham really is a dog-friendly town, so why not make the most of your day when you come to the studio.
The studio is by appointment only and we work from early morning to 8 pm at night, making it really flexible around what you want to do.