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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.

  • Marhayes, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Camelford, England
    Luxurious converted barn within Helsbury Park, character beams, wood burning stove, fantastic amenities, dog friendly, off road parking. Padstow 17 miles
    £259
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  • Bybrook Lodge, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Camelford, England
    A fantastic three-bedroom lodge resting in Davidstow, Cornwall. Open-plan. Child and pet-friendly. Enclosed garden. Tintagel 7.3 miles; Bodmin 17.9 miles; Padstow 23.2 miles.
    £88
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  • Mayrose Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Camelford, England
    Amongst the rolling hills, narrow lanes and woodland valleys of North Cornwall nestles Mayrose Cottage. Located close to the market town of Camelford, known as the Gateway to Bodmin Moor, this beautiful, traditional stone cottage awaits. From your private parking space, the front door to this gem is just a few feet away.
    Once inside, you are greeted by a porch with charming settle, great for removing boots and shoes. From here there is a very useful downstairs bathroom, complete with rainfall shower over a bath for luxurious soaks. The open plan kitchen, dining and living area is a delightful, bright space. With whitewashed walls highlighting the beautiful walled texture throughout peppered with the occasional stained-glass window. The kitchen is well equipped and has all you need for your stay and ample workspace. There is a small twin seat breakfast area too. Twin sofas, great to sink into and wall mounted TV are complemented by a superb woodburning stove for those chilly and stormy days, whilst patio doors lead out to your garden. The dining area is great for enjoying any meal you wish and for planning tomorrow’s great adventure. Venture upstairs and you will find three bedrooms, one with a queensize bed, the second with a double and the third a smaller room with single bed. There is a further family bathroom, with an excellent double shower. The outside space promotes a feeling of peace and tranquillity. There is a patio which leads to a large lawned space, great for a game or two, along with seating for all guests. The views are far reaching across countryside and beyond.
    Camelford is a market town steeped in history and with a variety of shops and amenities. With the Camel Trail a firm favourite, with stunning scenery along its 18-mile length, all the way to Padstow, where the bustling harbour and celebrity inspired restaurants are a must to experience. With the North Cornwall coastline offering countless beaches and breath-taking vistas, beautiful villages and harbours, your choice of days out are endless and guaranteed to create long lasting memories.
    £69
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  • Klys Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Camelford, England
    Tucked away within the beauty of North Cornwall within an ancient village, Klys Cottage awaits; its traditional grey stonework a symbol of the cottages here. There is a private parking area, off-road and to the left of the cottage, is where a gate leads down to the enclosed and private garden, complete with seating, lawned area and surrounded by nature. Perfect as a base, set forth from here on an adventure be it north, south, east or west. A stable door leads into a welcoming porch, then into an open plan living space, with character at every glance. An impressive stone fireplace, complete with original oven and housing a lovely wood burning stove is the focal point, with corner sofa sat atop the superb and original flagstone floor. A small dining table, with a TV above is next to the kitchen, with quirky styling and with lovely wooden units and appliances. A door leads down three steps to the delightful bathroom, with a bath perfect for a long soak along with a cubicle shower. A washing machine and dryer are slightly off-set, great for wetsuits and sandy clothes after a day at the beach. Venture upstairs and you will find two double bedrooms, in a typical design from times past. Both have double beds, fresh, crisp linens with bedroom one leading directly to bedroom two, ideally suited to one or two couples.
    Bodmin Moor is an ancient and beautifully brooding place, with an atmosphere all its own, jaw-dropping views and great tors and stone structures. ‘Here to Jamaica Inn’, made famous by Daphne de Maurier has a past where smugglers would stay as they carried their contraband from the shipwrecks at sea. Less than ten miles will bring you to some fine beaches, including Port Gaverne, Daymer and Polzeath, fabulous for families and those wanting to experience the super-surf alike. Visit iconic Padstow, with galleries, buzzing harbour and award winning-restaurants, or Port Isaac, the fictitious home of Doc Martin. Tintagel, with its links to King Arthur, magic and mystery and pretty Boscastle are must visits. Pub ½ mile.
    £94
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    Camelford, England
    Nestled within a tranquil countryside setting in North Cornwall, at the end of a long, picturesque country lane, you will find this charming cottage, cosy and inviting and perfect for a relaxing break. With a contemporary kitchen/dining area, beams above and delightful living room with comfortable seating this cottage is ideal for a much-needed respite. There is a downstairs shower room, with large walk-in shower and underfloor heating. Stairs from the kitchen lead up to the first floor where two lovely bedrooms will be revealed. The first has a double bed, with soft linens and beams above, whilst the second has a single bed. Both will offer a peaceful night’s rest after a busy day of exploring the area. Outside the cottage is a sun-filled courtyard area with garden furniture, great for a little al fresco dining perhaps, or enjoying a favourite beverage as the sun sets for the day. Across the courtyard is a helpful utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer.
    From the property itself there are picturesque walks and footpaths leading out into the Cornish countryside, perfect for early morning dog strolls and ample opportunities for wildlife spotting. You are also within easy reach of from a multitude of cycle routes and trails, including the well-known Camel Trail which winds it way along the River Camel and Estuary to Padstow.
    Primrose Cottage is situated close to Bodmin moor, a mystical and atmospheric place that has rocky Tors and formations to discover with far reaching views. Golitha Falls has impressive waterfalls and a micro-climate and enchanting woodland walks, whilst the world-famous Jamaica Inn, written about by Daphne de Maurier is huddled against the moor. Bodmin has a heritage railway and chilling jail experience to enjoy.
    To the coast and you will find some of the most incredible beaches, harbour villages, coves, and dramatic scenery in the county. Port Isaac, the fictitious home of the TV series ‘Doc Martin’ is delightful and has some fabulous restaurants, whilst Tintagel has links to the legend of King Arthur. Boscastle is picture-postcard pretty, where you can meander to the harbour. Padstow, a bustling place with its, narrow streets, galleries and boutique shops is a perfect spot to watch the world go by or enjoy the culinary delights served by award winning restaurants. Your nearest beach is Trebarwith Strand, where rocky outcrops, caves, rock pools and golden sand await. The swell at Polzeath beach is great for surfing, so only one decision to be made, where to go first.
    £58
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  • Chy An Dour, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Camelford, England
    Welcome to Chy An Dour, an enchanting country-style lodge, within one of the most stunning countryside locations in North Cornwall. Just a short drive to the mysteries and myths of atmospheric Bodmin Moor, whilst there are countless walks on your doorstep. If you are lucky, you might spot an otter playing on the riverbank or kingfisher darting along the river as it meanders past your garden. The quiet holiday village of Inny Vale is a great place to come and relax.
    Your detached lodge has both a front and rear garden, both with garden seating where you can savour your morning coffee, or evening tipple after a busy day, listening to the gentle water and wildlife around you. Bliss. Once inside, you are greeted by an open plan space, with superbly equipped kitchen, dining area and cosy living area with inviting sofas and double set of doors leading outside, and woodland views. Stairs lead you up to the first floor where two ‘steeple’ effect bedrooms with wonderful wooden beams and eves await you. One has a kingsize bed, the second twin beds – children will love this room! A family bathroom with shower over a bath, perfect for that leisurely, long soak will also be found on this floor.
    Should you able to leave this woodland wonder; you will find such delights as the coastal villages of Boscastle and Tintagel within 8 miles; the former pretty and unspoilt, the latter entwined with the legend of King Arthur, with both castle and amazing footbridge suspended over the crashing waves below you to visit. The beaches here are sublime, long stretches of gold with craggy rocks, inlets and coves plus rock pools to explore. To the North lies Bude, a family favourite town with many beaches, some ideal for all things water-sport, including surfing from the Atlantic swell. To the south, Padstow is a must visit, with boutique shops, cafés and restaurants inspired by celebrity chefs serving the freshest catches from the fishing fleet. Inland, the towns of Bodmin and Wadebridge have many amenities and the famous Camel Trail can be followed as it winds its way though glades and valleys, revealing beauty hidden from roadside view. Beach 6 miles.
    £86
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  • Endless Summer Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    A charming detached holiday home offering well proportioned, spacious rooms. Endless Summer Cottage is the perfect choice for venturing out onto the North Cornwall coast. Energising walks, breathtaking views and splendid golden beaches await, whilst water sports enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with surfing being hugely popular in the area.

    An open plan living space includes a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area that has a smart table with seating for four guests and a living area with two comfortable double sofas provide a relaxing place to unwind or plan tomorrow’s adventures!. There are two bedrooms, one with double bed and the second with two single beds both have built in wardrobes providing plenty of storage space and the family bathroom completes the property. There is a secluded rear garden which is a great spot to enjoy breakfast or your favourite beverage at the end of a busy day.

    The town of Camelford is just over 4 miles away, whilst atmospheric Bodmin Moor with it’s stunning rock formations is a must visit. The pretty harbour village of Boscastle and historic Tintagel, with it’s ancient past, castle and stunning modern footbridge, seemingly suspended over the rocks below await discovery. There is a communal tennis court within the park and the owner has thoughtfully left tennis racquets for guests’ use. The park lake also has a picnic area available for use. The name, Endless Summer Cottage, is named after a 1960’s film of a similar name themed around surfing – very appropriate! Beach 8 miles.
    £79
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    Located just outside the historic north Cornwall town of Camelford and only a few miles from the spectacular coastline around Port Isaac, Tintagel and Boscastle. The cottage itself is over two storeys and is one of five cottages, each with its own enclosed private patio garden. The ground floor is open plan with a cosy wood burning stove in the open plan living area and a modern fitted kitchen. Upstairs is a good-sized double bedroom with a further twin bedroom.
    The coast and countryside surrounding is absolutely stunning and it is ideal for those wanting to explore by foot with miles of footpaths to follow. There is the odd hidden cove to find and some fascinating places to explore! The site at Juliots Well is extremely well looked after and approximately 200 yards away the Bowood Park Golf Club welcomes non-members to its bar and restaurant.
    Bramble Cottage (CWC586504) can be booked together with Violet Cottage (CWC586646), Primrose Cottage (CWC586890) and Bluebell Cottage (CWC586891) to accommodate upto 16 guests. Beach 5 miles.
    £54
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    Camelford, England
    Welcome to Roughtor House, a fabulous, newly constructed house close to the mystical wonders of Bodmin Moor and the sheer beauty of North Cornwall. Named after an ancient Tor on the moor itself, where views are truly breath-taking and captivating stone circles and mind-boggling rock formations can be explored and marvelled at. The coastline here heralds some of the most majestic beaches, coves and headland vistas to be found, with miles of golden sand and rockpools for all ages to enjoy.
    From Bude, with its popularity as a surfing destination, to the harbour village of Boscastle; to Tintagel with its historical links to the legend of King Arthur or South to vibrant Newquay, with its twelve beaches and plethora of restaurants, bars and family attractions; you will be spoilt for choice with where to visit next! Your house offers a mixture of space, flair and sophistication. From the open plan living space, incorporating kitchen and dining area, superbly equipped to the three bedrooms, all finished to a very high standard.
    There are inviting sofas, oodles of classy touches throughout and fabulous décor. There are two double rooms, one with ensuite and a twin room offering thoughtful flexibility. The family bathroom has an air of sophistication and on the ground floor you will find a further shower room, perfect after a day at the beach or moorland. The garden boasts not only ample seating, great for a little alfresco dining, but also a fabulous hot tub providing the ideal way to relax, forgetting the hustle and bustle of daily life and setting you firmly on track for a memorable break, in the beautiful, picturesque county of Cornwall. Beach 6¼ miles.
    These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 14 guests.
    £107
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    A spacious, detached rural property, including a private one bedroom fully equipped apartment, which is perfect for groups or family members wishing to have their own independence while on holiday. The property sleeps eight in four lovely bedrooms, one even has a free-standing bath in it plus an en-suite shower room. There is also a separate bunk room that sleeps four people, and two comfortable double bed leather Chesterfield settees are situated in the 28ft conservatory, together with an oak dining table that accommodates up to 14 people and an 18Kw log burner, the conservatory also comes with a Cambridge hifi system. There is also a 14Kw double sided log burner situated in the front room.

    If you need to do some washing, then there is a washing machine and tumble dryer located in the main bathroom. The kitchen area has everything you’ll need for your stay including a dishwasher and a coffee machine. Outside you can enjoy the lovely surrounding countryside views from the lawned garden and patios including a lovely decking area. And parking is on the driveway accommodating up to 5 cars.

    Hindscarth is surrounded on 3 sides by areas of outstanding natural beauty, the National Cycle trail runs past the property, Bodmin Moor is 1/2 a mile away. Jamaica Inn is within easy reach as is Boscastle, Padstow and Port Isaac. Guests can also enjoy stunning cliff walks and travelling to the South Coast and the Eden project is also recommended. There are also several sandy beaches within easy reach.

    Within 8 miles is Tintagel which is inextricably linked to the legend of King Arthur and is steeped in history. A visit to the English Heritage site of Tintagel Castle, where legend and historical fact alike meet stunning scenery, is a definite must while in the area and for Arthurian enthusiasts it is unmissable! There are many beaches in the area for surfers and sunseekers alike including Trebarwith and Bossiney Cove. Much of the North Cornish coastline is owned by the National Trust and is a haven for wildlife, providing fabulous walking opportunities with many well-trodden routes. There are many pretty coves and inlets to discover along this coastline including Crackington Haven, Boscastle, Morwenstow.

    A bit further to the south is the fishing port of Padstow and quaint Port Isaac of Doc Martin fame and 16 miles to the north is the fabulous coastal town of Bude. If you fancy crossing over the ‘border’ into Devon and enjoy open spaces then Dartmoor National Park is 27 miles or so to the east – here you can enjoy a day of walking and discover the vast moorland and roam the craggy landscape, defined by forests, rivers, wetlands and rock formations or tors. Or search the Neolithic tombs, Bronze Age stone circles and abandoned medieval farmhouses in this amazing landscape!

    This property can be booked with Hindscarth Apartment (UK39610) to accommodate up to 16 guests.
    £180
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