Dog Friendly Cornwall


The awe-inspiring sense of history greets you and your dog as you enter The Dolphin Tavern, with the past echoing in the aged granite walls, the intriguing shipping artifacts, and a warm atmosphere that makes you feel immediately at home.

Hidden in the corner of Cornwall, this is the perfect place to take your dog after a long walk.

A family run inn perched on the sea wall opposite the beautiful St Michael’s Mount in the historic market town of Marazion, Cornwall. The Godolphin Arms is a place to relax, indulge and enjoy the stunning coastal scenery of the South West.

The Golden Lion Inn and Lakeside Restaurant boasts one of the most beautiful settings in Cornwall in which to enjoy some of the best food the county has to offer.

The Kings Arms is one of West Cornwall’s most atmospheric pubs. Dogs are allowed in the public bar and water bowls are provided.  Local riders regularly stop in the car park with their horses for a drink at lunchtime and on summer evenings.

Situated in the heart of old St Ives’ artists’ quarter, overlooking St Ives Bay and Godrevy Lighthouse. The Loft Restaurant menu offers mouthwatering dishes prepared by experienced locally respected chefs using the best produce oCornwall has to offer, including fresh fish and seafood.

The Mill House is situated on the North coast of Cornwall between the fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle. Camelot, King Arthur’s legendary castle is located in the very next valley. Set in seven acres of it’s own wooded valley and garden, the former 18th century corn mill now provides first-class food and board as a traditional Inn.

The Port William Inn at Trebarwith Strand, near Tintagel, is a wonderful pub and restaurant on the North Cornwall coast, renowned for excellent pub food and a comfortable welcoming bar.

Nestled in the beautiful dunes at Godrevy Towans, the backdrop for the stretching sands of Gwithian Beach on St Ives Bay, Sandsifter is a family run bistro bar serving quality food and refreshment in a relaxed and ambient atmosphere.

With its open log fires, stone floors and low ceilings The Tinners Arms Pub has changed little over the years and now offers a traditional pub experience with real Cornish ales and carefully prepared food using the best of local ingredients.


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