Pet Friendly Cottages in East of England, browse dog friendly cottage listings in East of England or use the map below. Zoom in and out or drag it around to adjust the view.
Directly to the north-east of London, the East of England has much unspoilt character, rural landscape, architecture, beautiful coastline and many ancient traditions.
The East of England countryside is mainly a low lying and open area, it contains a huge diversity of beautiful landscapes - from flat fens (supporting arable farming) to chalk downland, heathland, man-made waterways, forests and ancient woodlands.
The lowest point of the East of England is Holme Fen, which is near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire, this is 2.7metres (9 ft) below sea level! There is one National Park in the East of England called The Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk, often called 'The Norfolk Broads'. There are also four 'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. These are the Chilterns, the Suffolk Coast, the Norfolk Coast, and the Dedham Vale. We have listed pet friendly cottages in all of these locations, as you can see from the map below.
The East of England coastline covers over 250 miles (402 km), from The Wash in the North, which is the largest tidal estuary in England, all the way down to the River Thames in the South. There are many unspoilt beaches, shingle spits, estuaries, crumbling cliffs and probably Britain's best mudflats and salt marshes. There are seven key seaside destinations offering pet friendly family fun and entertainment for you and your pet(s).
The East of England region is home to Colchester, Britain's oldest recorded town, along with the historic cities of Cambridge, Norwich, Peterborough and St. Albans. Traditional market towns and a multitude of picturesque villages abound - home to many fine examples of modern and contemporary architecture, including timber-framed, flint, thatch and weather-boarded buildings.
Whatever your tastes, you are sure to find something of interest for you and your pet in the East of England.