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.
- Padstow, EnglandThis adjoining property enjoys a peaceful courtyard setting, surrounded by open farmland, yet lies only one and a half
miles from the bustling harbour town of Padstow with its excellent selection of restaurants, quaint shops and water sports. Within a 2-mile radius there is a selection of superb sandy beaches. Bellagio offers very stylish open-plan accommodation with a secluded rear patio and an enclosed front lawned garden. Furnished with flair and to a very high standard, it is a very comfortable base to explore the North Cornwall coast, and has golf nearby. Shop 800 yards, pubs 1 mile.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandThis pet-friendly, bright, semi-detached holiday home is comfortably furnished with plenty of personal touches. The property is situated down a quiet country lane and is surrounded by countryside. The patio doors from the living room lead to a lovely patio area with far-reaching views down to the Atlantic Coast, ideal for a morning cup of coffee or alfresco dining. Just over a mile outside Padstow, you are ideally situated to visit the many tourist attractions that the north coast has to offer. Padstow has an array of shops, pubs and restaurants, including Rick Stein’s fish restaurant. You are close to the Camel Trail, where you can walk or cycle along a disused railway track by the Camel Estuary, taking in the bird life, to Wadebridge and beyond to Bodmin. Just a short drive away are the many sandy beaches of the north coast, including Watergate Bay, the home of extreme watersports. Visit the famous surfing beaches of Newquay, as well as a zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium. Horse riding and golf nearby. Beach 2½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.£101From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandRefurbished and refereshed throughout in Spring 2020, this holiday cottage, which is set just 100 yards from the beautiful harbour of Padstow and offers a rare opportunity to stay in this much sought after holiday destination. Equipped to a very good standard the cottage has been decorated and furnished with much flair, set on three floors it boasts a terraced area to the rear ideal for alfresco dining. Padstow has much to offer at any time of the year with excellent restaurants including Rick Stein’s seafood restaurant, pubs, coastal walks, sandy beaches and coves. Boat trips can be enjoyed from the harbour across to Rock or just a few hundred yards from the property lies the Camel Trail which leads to Bodmin Moor and offers cycling, walking and horse riding along the Camel Estuary. This cottage is well placed to visit some of the many tourist attractions that this area has to offer including the legendary Tintagel, the mystical home of King Arthur, Boscastle with its pretty harbour and Port Isaac, where the TV series ’Doc Martin’ is filmed. You can also take a short drive to the Eden Project or to the wonderful gardens on the south coast. Shops and pubs 100 yards.£121From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandThis converted former barn enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean feel, with its open plan design and tiled floor. Set within a peaceful courtyard, surrounded by open farmland and adjoining other holiday cottages, it lies 1-mile from Padstow with its quaint harbour, selection of fine restaurants, many interesting shops, waterborne activities and golf nearby. Spectacular sandy beaches, coves and coastal walks can be found 2 miles away. Sea Shells has an enclosed south-facing patio to the front, and a shared patio area to the rear with its own barbecue. Presented to a high standard, Sea Shells is superbly situated to enjoy the scenic North Cornwall Coast. Shops, pub and restaurants 1 mile.£59From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandThe Towans are situated within a secluded position on a stretch of the North Cornwall coastline, within a gated development offering extensive landscaped grounds amidst the open countryside. The Towans is within an easy walk of beautiful Constantine Bay and the world-class Trevose Golf Club, while just a short drive away you’ll find some of Cornwall’s best attractions, including Padstow, Watergate Bay and The Eden Project.
Internally, 1 The Towans is a light, spacious lodge with contemporary furnishings throughout. Externally, the dual-aspect decked areas provides an ideal place to enjoy views over the countryside and relax after a day exploring the coastline.
Some of the county’s best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine Bay and unspoilt Harlyn are right on your doorstep. The famous, traditional fishing village of Padstow, with its unique shops, art galleries and restaurants, is just a few minutes away.£76From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandLittle Tregarthen is a gem of a find in a quiet street in lovely Padstow, but only a short stroll to the bustling working harbour. Adjoining the owner’s home, but with a private decked area and off road parking, this house is finished to a very good standard indeed. The owners have left nothing to chance when thinking about style, comfort and quality even down to towelling robes.
Padstow, a jewel of a town on the north Cornwall coast, is in a central location in Cornwall, and has an abundance of great cafés, restaurants, local shops and stunning scenery. The National Lobster Hatchery Centre is right on the quay in Padstow and a fascinating insight into the conservation work they do for the sea life of the area.
There are also several vineyards close by, including the Camel Valley, with world class award-winning wines and Trevibyan Vineyard both worth a visit. Padstow has a rich heritage of fishing, and the working harbour is a great focal point with all narrow lanes leading to it. Sit and enjoy a pasty or local ice cream as the boats bob around. The town sits at the mouth of the Camel Estuary with views across to Rock, beautiful Daymer Bay and the famous Doom Bar, which a local beer is named after. You can catch a passenger ferry across the estuary to the village of Rock and walk across the golden sands. Walk along the Coastal Path to Polzeath, a small village with a great surfing beach. You’ll pass by the famous church at St Enedoc, which is the final resting place of Sir John Betjeman, the Poet Laureate.
The celebrity chef Rick Stein has many eateries in the town from a cookery school to fish and chip shop, a must for great fish and chips by the sea. Padstow has many cycle hire opportunities due to it being at the start of the Camel Trail, an 18-mile, off road, flat, multi-use trail that hugs the edge of the estuary into Wadebridge, a pretty market town, and before eventually reaching Bodmin inland. If its beaches you want, then there are many within a stroll from Little Tregarthen. Many more are just a short drive away, such as Constantine with its superb golf course, Treyarnon, Harlyn and Trevone, all stunning expanses of golden sand for that great day out by the sea. There is golf, horse riding, sailing, kayaking, sea fishing and surfing all available on your doorstep, making this the perfect spot to enjoy this stunning part of Cornwall. Beach 1 mile. Shop 400 yards, pub and restaurant ½ mile.£79From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandSet amidst a cluster of other detached bungalows, Trevone is a light and airy, very well-presented, single-storey holiday home. It lies in a secluded and quiet area of North Cornwall, just a few minutes drive from some sandy beaches. Ideal for couples and families who are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The village of St Merryn is a 5-minute drive away and provides shops, takeaways and a range of eating places, and the local bakery is a must.
Just a short journey by car from this superbly positioned bungalow are the coastal villages of Constantine, with a golden beach backed by dunes and golf course; Harlyn surfing beach, with an excellent local pub serving local food and hosting live music; and Porthcothan with beautiful coastal walks and a sandy beach. Padstow, home to TV chef Rick Stein’s culinary empire, is a must and is very close by. A favourite recreation of locals is to hire bikes at the quayside and cycle the flat Camel Trail to Wadebridge and back, enjoying fish and chips on the harbour and watching the boats come and go.
You can also catch a passenger ferry from Padstow across to the pretty village of Rock, and there are some excellent walks through Daymer Bay past the Church at St Enedoc (the resting place of Sir John Betjeman the Poet Laureate) and on towards Polzeath for a drink in a beachside bar.
The beaches along this stretch of coast also have some of the best surfing that Cornwall can offer - all with surfing equipment hire and lessons should you want to try this exhilarating sport. Apart from Michelin-starred chefs, golfers are also well provided for in the St Merryn area. The number of quality golf courses here means you can play on a different course every day for a week, starting from Trevose and heading to the Point at Polzeatho, St Enedoc to Merlin and beyond.
A visit to the inland town of Wadebridge, a pretty market town with many local shops, is a must. Further inland, the ancient town of Bodmin - with its very own steam railway - is well worth seeing. The coastal village of Port Isaac, home to TV’s Doc Martin, is a real joy and still holds all the charm of a Cornish fishing village. Horse riding, cinemas, golf, surfing and cycling are all available close by. Beach 2½ miles. Shop ¾ mile, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
Trevone sits on the same site as Treyarnon (15443), Fistral (15447) and Treginegar Farmhouse (17090).£69From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Padstow, EnglandTregella Farm Cottage is lovely, cosy, converted barn, set around a central courtyard in the depth of the Cornish countryside, providing the prefect base from which to tour, explore and roam around this stunning part of Cornwall. The property is located near Padstow, a jewel in the crown for Cornwall, with its many attractions such as the pretty, quaint working harbour surrounded by meandering lanes full of local shops, bars, restaurants and cafés. The working harbour provides sea fishing and sightseeing trips along the coast and along the River Camel which flows inland towards the market town of Wadebridge. Many of the cafés and restaurants are owned by the TV chef Rick Stein including a patisserie, deli and cookery school where you can book lessons. The River Camel is a tidal estuary that flows inland from Padstow and has a flat, multi-use walking, cycling and horse riding trail that hugs the shoreline. You can hire bikes all along the trail and enjoy the ride. A favourite with the locals is to hire a bike in Wadebridge and cycle towards the sea and enjoy fish and chips from Rick Stein’s chippy before heading back.
Port Isaac, the setting and the location of TVs Doc Martin, is a great place to visit, and you may even see the stars filming the latest series. Newquay, home to the UK’s Surf Industry, is within minutes and the many excellent beaches that the town is famous for provide all you need from hire to lessons. The town also has a zoo, cinema and trampoline centre (coming in 2019). This area is also abundant with golf courses from Trevose, The Point, St Enedoc and Merlin, all within a short drive. The Eden Project, Tintagel Castle and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are all nearby and all easily reached. Horse riding, sailing, walking and health spas are all available locally. Beach 2¾ miles. Shop 1 mile, pub 2 miles and restaurant ½ mile.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay