Horsey Holiday House
- Dog friendly accommodation in Norfolk
- Sleeps 4 and up to 2 dogs go free!
- Short walk away from Horsey Gap Beach
- Local to 1940's tea room and pub
- Many national trust footpaths
- Parking for 2 cars
Horsey Holiday House - Dog friendly accomodation in Horsey, Norfolk
Horsey Holiday House (Sea Haven) is a quaint 2 bedded house, sleeping four and dog friendly, located on the edge of the lovely village of Horsey, Norfolk. It overlooks the beautiful countryside and is in a very quiet location. A short walk is the stunning and unspoilt beach at Horsey Gap, not only is it one of the best places to see the seals and pups but leads to miles of beautiful sandy beaches, one way leads to Sea Palling and the other to Winterton on Sea. There are many national trust footpaths located near Sea Haven, an ideal place for dog walking and family holidays all year round.
In the village, we are very lucky to have a local pub that serves excellent meals, a tea room which serves wonderful Afternoon teas and lunches (both welcome dogs), Horsey Windpump, which has been restored to its former glory as a pump to drain water from the dykes in the area and a medieval church which holds many photographs of the village back in time.
The cottage (Sea Haven) has been refurbished, it has a double bedded room and twin bedded room on the 1st floor with the shower room situated on the ground floor. The Kitchen is fully equipped with oven, hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine and microwave, this leads through to a very bright and spacious open plan living/dining area with french doors leading to a rear garden. The large grassed garden is enclosed with a locked gate which makes it safe for children and dogs. Sea Haven has storage heaters, electric log burner fire, parking for 2 cars.
Additional information prior to booking:
- Bookings are Saturday to Saturday only
- A non-refundable deposit is required on booking of £100 and a further £100 deposit is required which is refundable on departure, for any damages and loss.
- The balance to be paid 4 weeks prior, either by bank transfer or cheque.
- Sea Haven is cleaned on your departure and bed linen and towels are provided.
- A maximum of two dogs are welcome – free of charge.
We are extremely lucky to share our beach at Horsey with a colony of grey seals. You are able to watch the seals all year round, however, during the months of late October to February the seals have their pups, which is a sight to see.
Grey seals are one of the largest mammals and around half the worlds population are found in Britain. So the Horsey colony is therefore one of the best sights in the world to see seal pups.
This stretch of east coast is part of the Norfolk Coast area of outstanding natural beauty and is well known for its scenery and wildlife.
Horsey gap has a car park (with a cafe during the summer months) You are also able to access Horsey Beach via a lovely country bridle path from the village, this is much quieter than Horsey gap, so there tend to be more seals.
Please be aware that there are restrictions on the beaches when viewing the seals.
Contact Horsey Holiday House
“Horsey Holiday House is a beautiful little gem hidden away at horsey corner. Very peaceful with wonderful views across the countryside. Lots of lovely walks and not far from the beach, if you want to see the seals you won’t be disappointed, approaching the beach to the right you can find many in and out of the sea. It’s very well equipped and cosy. This year we have seen more deer than ever before (at least 50). There are lots of places close to visit close by. If you haven’t been your in for a treat . Very highly recommend ”
- Christine Owen
“A beautiful place to stay, very well equipped and homely, there’s even a picnic rug and flask for days out. The cottage is very tastefully decorated and cosy. There are great walks all around and it’s close to many places of interest. It’s very peaceful, surrounded by countryside and close to the beach where you will see many seals. The owners are warm, friendly and helpful. Highly recommend for a great holiday ”
- Christine Owen