Pet Friendly Holidays Cornwall
Heading to any popular destination in Cornwall and you'll have the choice of the best dog friendly hotels that the area has to offer. Cornwall has some superb dog walking areas, including the South West Coast path which takes you past Land's End, the Lizard peninsula and some beautiful beaches.
- Bodmin, England
Dog-friendly Bodmin Jail Hotel is a former jail which has been converted into a modern, luxurious, boutique 4 star hotel which features a magnificent glass ceiling.£241Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandRomantic barn conversion in a dreamy rural setting with easy access to the coast. WiFi. Private and enclosed courtyard. Off road parking. Port Isaac 5 miles.£57Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandTwo-bedroom lodge on Bodmin Moor in a spectacular setting within a quarry with a hot tub and two large lakes offering a variety of exciting outdoor pursuits. Close to St Breward and Camel Trail.£86Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandThese spacious holiday cottages, finished and fitted to a very good standard, have been thoughtfully designed keeping some original features. Set down a quiet country lane, a short drive from historic Bodmin, and around a courtyard where chickens roam freely, they have country views. A short walk leads to the station where the popular Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway runs to Bodmin with its historical jail, shops, restaurants and pubs. From the station at Bodmin Parkway you can walk to NT Lanhydrock House. From the cottages you can walk to the Camel Valley Vineyard to sample and purchase the local wines. Within walking distance is the local pub and the Camel Trail, a level disused railway line, with an abundance of wildlife along the Camel Estuary - ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riding. The properties are ideally situated to visit the North Cornwall coastal resorts of Tintagel, Boscastle, Port Isaac, and Padstow - home to Rick Stein’s famous fish restaurant. Close by are the South Cornwall coastal resorts of Fowey, Looe and Polperro, or take a trip to the famous Eden Project. A short drive away is unspoilt Bodmin Moor, Rough Tor and Brown Willy. Golf, horse riding and fishing are all nearby. Shop and restaurant 1½ miles, pub ½ mile.£59Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandThese spacious holiday cottages, finished and fitted to a very good standard, have been thoughtfully designed keeping some original features. Set down a quiet country lane, a short drive from historic Bodmin, and around a courtyard where chickens roam freely, they have country views. A short walk leads to the station where the popular Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway runs to Bodmin with its historical jail, shops, restaurants and pubs. From the station at Bodmin Parkway you can walk to NT Lanhydrock House. From the cottages you can walk to the Camel Valley Vineyard to sample and purchase the local wines. Within walking distance is the local pub and the Camel Trail, a level disused railway line, with an abundance of wildlife along the Camel Estuary - ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riding. The properties are ideally situated to visit the North Cornwall coastal resorts of Tintagel, Boscastle, Port Isaac, and Padstow - home to Rick Stein’s famous fish restaurant. Close by are the South Cornwall coastal resorts of Fowey, Looe and Polperro, or take a trip to the famous Eden Project. A short drive away is unspoilt Bodmin Moor, Rough Tor and Brown Willy. Golf, horse riding and fishing are all nearby. Shop and restaurant 1½ miles, pub ½ mile.£62Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandThe award-winning accommodation of Lower Trevorder Barns comprises the delightful Mill House ref TT3 and Lower Trevorder Barn ref TT2 with its superior level of comfort, size and style, set right in the heart of Cornwall, and converted to an exceptional standard. Originally built in the 1790s as a corn mill and hay loft, it is now an exquisite holiday retreat boasting a games room with pub-style pool table and full size table football. Oozing contemporary flair, this boutique home offers complete tranquillity. Nestled between the moorland villages of St Neot, Mount and the beautiful wooded valley of Cardinham, it is within a short driving distance of many of Cornwall’s fabulous attractions. Visit the Eden Project, Lanhydrock House (NT) and Golf Course, the harbour villages of Padstow, Looe and Fowey, or surf the North Cornwall Coastal beaches. The area is popular with cyclists who will enjoy the Bodmin Beast Trial, a 12-mile off-road mountain bike trail at Cardinham woods. There is something for everyone: children and adults, not forgetting a great selection of local pubs and fine dining restaurants. Remarkable attention has been taken at every corner to ensure that all the character and charm of the original features have been retained, including exposed beams and stone walls. Designed with sustainable tourism in mind, it is the overall winner of the Environment 2020 Bosch Worcester Awards for the innovative use of solar panels and ground source heat pumps. Sit with a glass of wine whilst enjoying the landscaped garden with large decked patios, al fresco dining, croquet and bowls on the lawn. Whether guests choose to snuggle up on one of the large sofas by the log fire or enjoy a BBQ overlooking the moors, they are in for a real treat. Afterwards, they can slip into the large, double-ended bath and indulge themselves with complimentary L’Occitaine body and hair products and wrap up in one of the bath robes! Local shops and country pub are just 2 miles.
Lower Trevorder Barn (TT2) and The Mill House (TT3) can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.£94Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandDelightful, detached barn conversion set at the end of a lane, deep into the woods, near the village of Blisland and Poley's Bridge, the start of the Camel Trail. Woodburner. WiFi. Lawned garden with furniture and BBQ. Blisland 1.7 miles.£58Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandTake time out from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy a break at Lower Margate. We think you’ll love the space and surroundings of this large, well-appointed house which was once part of the Lanhydrock Estate.
Snuggle into the comfy sofas around the TV while your kids head to the games room to battle it out on the games console. There’s also a sofa bed in this room for additional sleeping, which the young ones will love.
When it’s time for dinner, the conservatory makes a delightful dining space where you can enjoy a meal together, looking out onto the large enclosed garden and manicured lawn. On the first floor are four bedrooms, all lovingly furnished to ensure you have a restful night’s sleep and are raring to go and explore again the next day!
There’s also a cot and highchair provided for your little ones, and plenty of space to run around in the grounds. Lower Margate backs on to Cardinham Woods and with its own private track into the forest, where you’ll find cycling trails, dog walks and a licensed woodland café… it’s the perfect retreat.
Equidistant to the North and South Cornwall Coasts, as well as Bodmin Moor and the fabulous Eden Project, it’s a must for all the family.£146Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandThis spacious, end-terraced barn conversion is set around a courtyard in a little cluster of holiday properties. Hidden away in a quiet rural location, the property is nestled within the delightful Ruthern Valley, midway between Bodmin and Wadebridge and the North and South Cornwall coast. This lovely property is perfect for families or friends, at any time of the year. The living room is spacious and light, with comfortable furnishings, a retro Atari games console and a big open fire for cosy autumn and winter breaks in the countryside. Dogs are welcome at Rosemary Cottage, and the rear garden has a large decking area with a sloping lawn but is fully enclosed making it ideal for your family pooches. The garden also includes a box of beach items such as body boards, buckets, spades and beach toys for guests to use.
The property is ideally located within easy reach of the delights of Cornwall. Nearby is Withiel Church, often used as a backdrop in the German TV series of Rosamunde Pilcher’s novels. To the north-west, Padstow is home to an array of shops, pubs, restaurants and a popular cycle trail. Fans of Doc Martin will be drawn to the beautiful Port Isaac, which is where the TV series was filmed. The villages of Rock and Polzeath are also well worth a visit, and further down the coast is Newquay with its fantastic beaches and surfing opportunities. An afternoon spent exploring Cardinham Woods or the family friendly Old Hill Bike Park are a must for cyclists while Bodmin Moor offers some fantastic walking routes. The fabulous National Trust property Lanhydrock House is just a short drive away and the Eden Project is only a 25-minute drive away. Beach 14 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 4 miles.£82Price per night from
- Bodmin, EnglandMennabroom is a little piece of heaven hidden on Bodmin Moor. This small country estate with the owner’s historic 14th-century Grade II listed farmhouse, and three lovely holiday cottages, are set in working farmland on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor in south east Cornwall. The Tallet, The Shippon and The Byre have been sympathetically converted from a range of traditional stone outbuildings dating back to the 17th-century, and offer contemporary comforts within rustic traditional surroundings. Peacefully positioned on a private drive behind the main farmhouse, each cottage is accessed by steps to the front doors, while The Byre can be easily accessed via the back door with one step for those with mobility concerns. All the cottages have their own sitting-out area with garden furniture. The cottages are both child and dog friendly, and guests are free to wander the 15 acres which includes beautiful river and ancient woodland walks. There is a large shared grass area for games and relaxation as well as a barbecue area.
The properties are set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and whatever time of the year you visit you will not be disappointed. The farm is surrounded by Bodmin Moor, with its unspoilt, windswept, ancient landscape. Steeped in history, the landscape is made up of craggy tors, small hamlets, ancient woodland and fast flowing streams. At Mennabroom guests may wander through 15 acres of land in the Rivew Dewey valley, comprising ancient woodland, ponds and the river itself. This natural conservation area provides delightful, peaceful walks and is home to a wealth of wildlife.
There is plenty to see and do. With the Eden Project and Lanhydrock House both being close by, and Padstow to the north and Fowey to the south, both with sandy beaches, only a short distance away. There is excellent walking from Mennabroom, with cycling in nearby Cardinham Woods and on the Camel Trail from Bodmin. There are two deep unfenced ponds close to the drive on the opposite side from the waterfall, that are fed by the stream crossing the drive, further on is the broadleaved ancient woodland through which the River Dewey flows. A feature throughout this woodland is the abundance of lichens and bryophytes, and in the spring it is full of bluebells and orchids. There is trout fishing available on a 900-acre lake, less than a mile away. Beach 20 miles. Shop and pub 3 miles, restaurant 2 miles.
The Tallet (ref UKC1658), The Shippon (ref UKC1659) and The Byre (ref UKC1660) can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.£150Price per night from