The Hoste Arms, Burnham Market is one of a handful of the most luxurious dog friendly hotels in North Norfolk. But whether you’re here with your dog or not, this hotel lets you relax with all the creature comforts you’re looking for, including spa treatments.
The Hoste Arms has always been an incredibly popular pub in the very picturesque village of Burnham Market, and it still remains like that today. If you’re exploring Norfolk UK, then you can’t pass by without visiting or staying here.
The Hoste has six individual properties;
The other properties are very definitely dog friendly. Railway House and the three cottages are about a 10 minute walk from The Hoste.
And then you have The Hoste itself. Set right on the green in Burnham Market, the whole of the ground level, apart from the restaurant, is completely dog friendly.
Previously known as The Hoste Arms, the bar is very popular with locals and non-locals, be it at lunch or in the evening. And if you happen to have your dog with you, they'll even provide water bowls for them! They are allowed in the bar, lounge and conservatory.
And on a cold Norfolk winters evening after a bracing walk on the beach, there’s a lovely warm and welcoming log burner which they will love to sit by!
All the pet friendly bedrooms are on the ground level. This is excellent as is makes it so easy for you to take your pet out when it needs to. No worrying about whether it's going to wee on the carpet upstairs! And in the mornings and evenings, you can very easily just walk out onto the green in the village without disturbing anyone (clearing up after you if necessary).
And when the weather is nice and you feel like a quiet relaxed drink in the enclosed garden, you can also bring your dog along with you. They are allowed in here, although you are politely asked to not let them make a mess, for very obvious reasons!
All the bedrooms at The Hoste Arms are individually decorated up to an incredible standard, and no one room is the same. Some have rolled topped baths and others have walk-in showers, some with terraces, some look out over the green and so on. All beds have Egyptian cotton sheets, and all rooms have flat screen TVs and a whole host of other luxuries that you expect from a hotel of this standard.
Although I can’t deny that The Hoste does get mixed reviews for its food, it really boils down to personal opinion on what quality of food you expect from pubs and hotels around the country.
The Hoste changed hands in 2012, and the owners have worked tirelessly to improve and increase the number of bedrooms, and have also extended the spa, and sometimes, in life and in business, it takes time for everything to come together perfectly.
So if you’ve come specifically for michelin starred fine dining but you’re accompanied by your beloved pet, then why not stay here, dine elsewhere, (as there are so many excellent places to eat in Norfolk), and then come back and sleep here in style and luxury? Having said that, please don't discount dining at The Hoste, why not do a) the first evening here and b) the second evening elsewhere?
I can say with all certainty though, that this is a very dog friendly hotel, and luxurious at the same time.
This is a unique village in North Norfolk that has managed to retain its independence. It’s a really pretty village, centred around a small traditional green, and it still has wonderful shops that you can while away time in; browsing in the bookshop, grabbing some lovely fresh fish from the fish shop, (not many of those left!). There’s a bakers, and a butchers and also a number of clothes shops. If you need a retail fix, I can guarantee you’ll find something to buy here!
As well as all of the above, it also still functions very much as a village for the locals and those that live here.
And of course, not far from Burnham Market are the incredible Norfolk beaches, the numerous bird watching and nature reserves, the golf courses, the magnificent stately homes and castle ruins! There is so much for you to do and see, so at the same time why not enjoy it with your pet. I am even reliably informed that you can take your pet around some of the golf courses!
then book into The Hoste as it definitely fits the bill.