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.
- Holywell, EnglandThis detached holiday bungalow, refurbished in 2021 and set in a quiet road, provides all you need for a holiday in one of Cornwall’s most beautiful spots. Local attractions include Holywell Bay’s golf course, Camel Creek Adventure Park, Llappa Valley Railway, Callestick Ice Cream Parlour, Healey’s Cornish Cider Farm and the South West coastal path. Holywell Bay offers 2 pubs within walking distance and Cubert village provides a further pub, post office, shop, excellent fish and chip shop, local bakery and tea room. Locally, enjoy horse riding, cycling, diving, fishing, surfing, skating and local parks. The bus stop offers ease of access to both Newquay, with its famous Fistral beach, boating lake, restaurants, zoo, aquarium and harbour, but also the city of Truro with the Hall for Cornwall, cathedral and extensive shopping. Crantock is also a short hop away with its beautiful beach, dunes and walks along the River Gannel. If the tide is right, hire a paddle board and paddle up the river. Within the next bay is Perranporth beach offering more miles of flat sand, good surf, St Pirans Oratory and the famous Watering Hole. Holywell Bay beach is a 5-10 minute stroll.
Being central to the county, the property is a great base for the further exploration of Cornwall. Within an hour you have access to the Eden Project, Flambards Theme Park, the National Maritime Museum, Pendennis Castle, Trelissick Gardens, Trebah Gardens, Minack Theatre, St Michaels Mount, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tintagel Castle, The Tate St Ives, the Camel Trail and much more. Many of these host annual events such as the 3 day Little Orchard Festival and Ratter Fest, both held at Healey’s offering bands and a variety of ciders. Perranporth hosts both Tunes in the Dunes and Bands in the Sands seeing a variety of acts perform on the beach, Boardmasters is held at Watergate Bay and Fistral beach bringing big name artists and an international surf festival to Cornwall, and the Eden Sessions offer legendary performances by world renowned acts. Smaller local festivals include Leopallooza, the Great Estate, Tropical Pressure, St Endellion Classical Festival and Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival alongside many food and drink festivals based in local towns and villages. As a contrast, in the winter, events such as the Mousehole Lights, Winter Woods at Tehidy, Truro’s winter markets and lantern parade, the Angarrak lights and firework displays over the local beaches bring a different angle to the beauty of Cornwall.
Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.£70From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Falmouth, England
A luxury dog-friendly hotel that enjoys an enviable beachside south-facing location just a short stroll from Falmouth Harbour. Coastal canines will be spoilt for choice with endless walks to enjoy right from the hotel, where you can discover a whole host of beaches and clifftop paths with panoramic views along the way.£133Price per night from