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Dog-Friendly Holidays Cornwall

Discover Cornwall's coastal beauty on a dog-friendly getaway. From the rugged cliffs of Land's End to North Cornwall’s sandy beaches, this southwestern destination is the cream of the crop of the UK’s countryside. Explore historic castles, enjoy fresh seafood, and immerse yourself in Cornwall's unique culture—an ideal spot for any traveller and their four-legged companion.

  • Penty-lowarth, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    5.00
    This delightful, single-storey, detached holiday cottage is set amidst the owners’ mature Cornish gardens, with access to a wildlife pond and koi pond where you can feed the fish. Contemporary and cosy with wood burner, plus private gardens, it offers a central, rural retreat for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer. Near to the beautiful and dramatic North Cornwall Coast with Padstow, Newquay, Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay all being close by. Dog-friendly beaches and great surf locations abound. The south coast has many National Trust houses and sub-tropical gardens such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project. Cycling the Camel Trail, cliff top walks, award winning restaurants and vineyard are all easily accessible. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
    £51
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  • Lodge Sixty Six, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St. Columb, England
    A superb detached lodge, resting within the Retallack Resort, near the town of St Columb Major. Spa facilities. Swimming Pool. WiF in reception areai. Pet-friendly. St Columb Major 3 miles; Newquay 7 miles.
    £99
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  • Willow Lodge, Retallack, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    A beautifully presented, privately owned detached lodge on the Retallack Resort & Spa. On-site swimming pool, spa and restaurant. Pet friendly. Coast within 10 miles. Padstow 8 miles.
    £426
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  • The Coach House, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St. Columb, England
    This delightful detached, stone cottage is located in St Columb Major, Cornwall. WiFi. En-suites. Balcony. Open-plan living. Enclosed garden. Newquay 7 miles; Padstow 9 miles.
    £98
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    St Columb Major, England
    Ash Lodge is a brilliantly spacious and bright three bedroom lodge, refurbished in 2019 and set within the family friendly Retallack Resort. This welcoming lodge is set in a wonderful location, whether you want to relax in stunning rural Cornwall or visit the famous coastline nearby.

    When you step inside, you’ll be greeted by a large open plan living, kitchen and dining area which becomes flooded with natural light. Whether you want to prepare a delicious home cooked meal for the family, gather around the table or relax in front of the TV with a good film, this is the most inviting space. Ash Lodge also has three cosy bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an additional living and dining area on the first floor which opens out onto a delightful private balcony.

    From the living area you can step through the sliding doors onto your own private, decked terrace. On a sunny day you can sit on the comfy chairs, sheltered under the parasol and enjoy a glass of wine or a bite to eat. There’s even a barbecue provided for those summer festivities.

    If you don’t fancy venturing too far away from the lodge, there’s plenty on your doorstep to keep you occupied. On-site you’ll find a restaurant and bar, pitch and putt, tennis court and for the adventurous, the Flow Rider wave machine. To see more of the stunning beauty that Cornwall has to offer, you won’t have to travel far to reach picturesque Padstow and its fantastic restaurants.

    Ash Lodge has a whole list of doggy extras to make your four-legged friend feel as welcome as you do.
    Ash Lodge can be booked together with Beech Lodge (ref BCRETBEE) and Cedar Lodge (ref BCRETCED) to accommodate up to 22 guests.
    £88
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  • Hen Harrier Lodge, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    This detached, timber lodge is situated on a quiet, gated site, home to The Cornish Birds of Prey Centre, and close to Padstow and Newquay. Hen Harrier Lodge, with its stunning interior design, provides comfortable and stylish accommodation from which to enjoy this beautiful county and coastline. Guests can visit the Cornish Bird of Prey Centre for a total charge of £10 for up to 6 people for as many visits as you would like during a 7 day stay. The lodge is surrounded by fishing lakes and woodland walks for you to take advantage of the Cornish countryside right on your doorstep. The garden is the perfect place for children and dogs to play all day, fully enclosed with artificial grass and large decked barbecue and hot tub areas fully equipped with outdoor armchairs, dining furniture and sun loungers.
    Padstow, home to the foodie empire of Rick Stein, the celebrated TV chef, has narrow cobbled lanes that meander around this ancient fishing village and gravitate towards the working fishing harbour. Get a pasty or an ice cream and watch the boats come and go with the days catch. Padstow sits at the mouth of the Camel Estuary and you can hire bikes in the town and cycle along the flat multi-use trail that hugs the shoreline as it heads into the countryside towards the market town of Wadebridge, full of craft and gift shops and bakeries.
    The coastline nearby is dotted with secluded sandy coves and fishing villages which make a stunning backdrop to the South West Coast Path, which is a must if you enjoy walking and great views. Newquay, renowned for surf culture across its 11 beaches, is also easily reached with its own zoo, tennis club, cinema, ample bars, restaurants, cafés and coffee shops. Why not book some lessons with a local surf school and try your hand at this amazing sport?
    Port Isaac, Polzeath and Rock are all nearby and easily reached with many golf clubs in the region including The Point, St Enodoc and Merlin, enabling you to play at many clubs through the week. The south coast of Cornwall is also easily accessible and offers a completely different experience of Cornwall with tropical gardens and its own climate. Visit Falmouth, Fowey, Mevagissey, or one of the lovely beaches including Watergate Bay and Fistral Beach for a great day out. Beach 5½ miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant ¼ mile. Hen Harrier Lodge can be booked together with Eagle Owl Lodge (ref UKC3770, next door) to accommodate up to 12 guests.
    £117
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  • Eagle Owl Lodge, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    This stunning lodge lies just minutes from the delightful towns of Padstow and Newquay, and the amazing coastline of North Cornwall. There is a private hot tub to enjoy, with extended decking areas, as well as sun loungers and outdoor easy chairs. Guests are able to take advantage of entrance to the bird of prey centre at a charge of £10, and The Retallack Resort, literally across the road, has a spa and excellent facilities to keep the children amused, including water skiing and a surf simulator. Ideal for a family holiday, the lodge is also baby friendly with a travel cot, mattress and high chair provided (please bring your own cot bedding), and the owners have also provided a selection of family games.
    A visit to Padstow, with its Michelin starred restaurants, cafés, local shops and traditional pubs, is an absolute must. It makes a great day out for all whilst meandering around the lanes that gravitate to the quaint working harbour where you can watch the day boats depart. Rick Stein has a large presence in the town with delis, a chip shop and cookery school. Padstow sits at the mouth of the Camel Estuary, a tidal river which is home to sea life and wading birds, and has its very own multi-use trail that hugs the shoreline as its drifts inland. There are many excellent bike hire shops right on the quay, and you can cycle inland to the pretty market town of Wadebridge. Or if you are feeling energetic, you can cycle all the way to Bodmin deep within the Cornish countryside, with the reward of fish and chips on the quayside and a pint of local ale from the nearby Brewery at Rock! Alternatively you can catch the ferry from Padstow across the mouth of the estuary to the little village of Rock and hire a stand-up paddle board or sailing dinghy, or walk the coastal path around Daymer Bay and on to Polzeath, which is a great spot for surfing.
    Newquay, the county’s capital for surf culture, boasts many charming beaches which offer something for everyone. You can learn to surf at one of the many schools, or just laze away the day on one of the quieter more family friendly beaches such as Porth or the stunning Lusty Glaze, which has a great beachside pizzeria and rum bar with live music on most nights during the summer. This is a favourite with the locals and is a great place to watch the sun set.
    Watergate Bay just minutes from the lodge, has a beach with a golden stretch of sand with cafés and pubs with views to die for. Truro, the county capital, as well as Fowey, Port Isaac and St Ives, are all easily reached for days out if you can bring yourself to leave this beautiful part of Cornwall. This area of Cornwall is well known for its golf, and Eagle Owl Lodge is within reach of at least five great courses ranging from The Point at Polzeath, St Enedoc, Trevose and Lanhydrock. Beach 5½ miles. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant ¼ mile. Eagle Owl Lodge can be booked together with Hen Harrier Lodge (ref UKC3979, next door) to accommodate up to 12 guests.
    £117
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  • Peregrine Lodge, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    This beautifully presented timber lodge, finished to a very good standard, lies adjacent to the birds of prey centre and has its own large, enclosed decked area with dining table, chairs and sun loungers. It also has a raised decked area to the rear with a sunken hot tub. Providing comfortable, stylish and cosy contemporary living, right in the heart of Cornwall, yet close to many of the county’s outstanding beaches. The lodge is set within 15 acres of grounds with woodland and footpaths around an unfenced lake, and there is also fishing available on-site by arrangement.
    Just minutes from the iconic foodie haven of Padstow and its many excellent restaurants that line the narrow streets surrounding the working harbour. Padstow, home to TV chef Rick Stein’s foodie empire, is a picturesque fishing village offering many attractions from the culinary to the outdoors.
    The Camel Trail, a flat multi-use trail that hugs the shoreline of the Camel estuary and travels inland to the delightful market town of Wadebridge, before leading on to Bodmin and the surrounding moors, is an absolute must. You can hire bikes in any of the towns and cycle the trail - a firm favourite with locals and tourists. A great tip is to start your ride in Wadebridge and cycle to Padstow where you can enjoy fish and chips on the quay side and a pint in the local pubs before setting off back.
    Newquay, Polzeath, Mawgan Porth, Watergate Bay plus other hidden coves along this coastline provide some of the best surfing spots in the UK. There are many registered surf schools with great hire shops and coaching, so why not try this exhilarating sport in one of the most iconic surf spots? Padstow harbour also has many day boats that provide fishing trips so you can catch your evening’s supper.
    Peregrine Lodge is the perfect place from which to tour Cornwall with easy access to the main road network and the train at nearby Newquay.
    There are many spas locally for that special pampering session, some of which also provide world class golf courses such as Polzeath and Harlyn Bay.
    Horse riding, surfing, sailing, diving, fine dining, golf and cycling are all available locally. Beach 6 miles. Shop and restaurant ½ miles, pub 1½ miles.
    This property can be booked together with Hobby Lodge (UK39371) to accommodate up to 12 guests.
    £104
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  • Littlewood, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    This large and spacious detached house is right in the middle of Cornwall and only 7 miles from each coast. It is the perfect spot for families to reunite and enjoy this stunning county. The village sits only two minutes from the A30, making it a great touring base - you really can go anywhere from here very easily. This house is brimming with history, not only because of its name ‘Littlewood’, so named as it was built by the very first winners of the Littlewoods football pools. During the 60s and 70s, the house was a secret retreat for celebrities and pop and rock stars to hide away from the glare of the media, and to get together, play some music and party. The house has had many guests including Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, Elton John, Marsha Hunt and The Small Faces. St Columb Road, with its branch line station sits on the Newquay to Par train line, meaning you can stroll down the road and catch a train to Newquay on the north coast or to Par on the south coast, where you can connect with the mainline train and tour Cornwall without the need to drive.
    Newquay Airport is a mere 3 miles away with links to the Scilly Isles, London Gatwick and many more UK airports, which means that you could fly down making your stay a car-free trip. Newquay, with its 11 beaches and vibrant surf culture including many excellent schools and hire shops, is a great place to unwind on the sandy beaches, walk along the dramatic coast path or simply relax in a beachside bar or restaurant. The town has a zoo and working harbour where you can take a sea fishing trip to catch supper for the barbecue back at the house.
    Padstow, home to Rick Stein’s foodie empire including a cookery school and seafood restaurant, is a must. The town, with its narrow cobbled streets that gravitate towards the pretty working harbour, is a delight, a jewel on this stunning coast. Walk the streets, enjoy a pint or enjoy a pasty, try a cream tea (jam first) or hire bikes at one of the many cycle hire shops. Cycle on the Camel Trail, a flat multi-use trail that clings to the shoreline of the Camel River as it flows inland towards the market town of Wadebridge, and eventually Bodmin and Bodmin Moor. You could also cycle through the village and up onto Goss Moor, following the heritage cycle route. After taking in the ancient moors and clay works, why not stop off and enjoy a treat on your return at the village’s acclaimed fish and chip shop?
    The south coast, 7 miles, with its more forgiving temperate climate, is easily reached, and a whole new world opens up in Charlestown, a World Heritage Site and home to sailing ships. The town is regularly used as a television and film set, most recently for Poldark and Taboo and many Hollywood films. The village is full of great local pubs, art shops and galleries, and has its own spectacular beach and harbour.
    Truro, Fowey, Mevagissey, St Austell and The Roseland Peninsula are all easily reached too and all worth a day out. St Ives, Lostwithiel, Falmouth and Penzance are all easily reached either by car or by train, making Littlewood the perfect spot to enjoy this amazing county. Horse riding, surfing, golf, cycling, a spa, shopping and go-karting are all available nearby. Beach 6 miles. Shop 100 yards, pub 1½miles and restaurant ½ mile.
    £167
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  • Merlin Lodge, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    St Columb Major, England
    This stunning lodge is located on a very well maintained private and gated site, a stone’s throw from the fascinating Cornish Birds of Prey Centre.
    Comprising of three bedrooms, two kingsize doubles, one with a superb en-suite, and a twin room. There is a lovely matching family bathroom. The living area is open plan with stunning bespoke beams giving a light and airy feel. This room has a fitted kitchen with dining area and relaxing seating to enjoy at the day’s end! Outside there is substantial decking which runs around the property, with outdoor furniture provided, leading to a thoughtfully created private garden. An outside tap is provided.
    To be found just off the A39 at Winnards Perch, you can explore wonderful and vibrant Newquay, with numerous beaches, ideal for surfing, the nearest beach at Mawgan Porth. To the east lies the town of Bodmin, with the atmospheric Bodmin Moor, a granite moorland with beautiful views. To the north you can find Padstow, the popular picturesque fishing port with its famous harbour and attractions. Merlin Lodge is a wonderful retreat; to relax, or to energise you and enjoy the delights of this beautiful part of Cornwall.
    £76
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