Devon's countryside is the ideal destination for a holiday with your furry friend. The South West coastal path, Dartmoor national park, the dog friendly beaches in South Devon, and the spectacular North Devon coast all make for the pawfect escape.
- Plymouth, England
With roots dating back to 956 AD, the dog-friendly Boringdon Hall is a historic hideaway in Plymouth offering excellent spa facilities, delicious cuisine, and easy access to both the South Devon coast and Dartmoor - perfect for relaxing walks with your hound.£190Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandThis first-floor studio apartment offers city views. There is a lounge with a double sofa bed, TV and dining area, separated by a kitchenette complete with a dishwasher. There is also a communal laundry room at Elliot Terrace. There is a double bed in the sleeping area and a small fully tiled bathroom with a shower. Well behaved dogs are welcome in this apartment at an additional charge. This apartment can sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.£98Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandWoodland View is a semi-detached house situated in a quiet residential estate, just 3 miles from the centre of Plymouth. The property is spacious and has been decorated and furnished to a good standard. It has well thoughout bedrooms and a private hot tub on the decking, with table and chairs, ideal for al fresco dining. The property is perfect for a family holiday or for friends to get together. Wembury is the nearest beach, 5 miles away, and there are many attractions in the area to visit. The fascinating, world renowned, Plymouth Hoe, its the red and white striped lighthouse high up on the esplanade is just one. Guests can enjoy the outdoor lido swimming pool, and the historic Barbican with its cobbled streets. Try some offshore diving with the scuttled HMS Scylla at Whitsand Bay and the Eddystone Reef, while Mount Batton is good for watersports, including yachting. Plymouth Aquarium is a great day out and Rame Head is well worth a visit. The peninsula can be reached by crossing the Tamar Bridge on the A38. Alternatively go via the thriving city of Plymouth with its deep naval traditions, excellent shopping, and then take the chain ferry to Torpoint. Visitors on foot take the passenger ferry from Stonehouse in Plymouth to Cremyll or, in the summer, the ‘Western Maid’. This really is a delightful boat trip from the Mayflower Steps on the Barbican across the Sound Landing on Cawsand Beach. Once there you will find an area of great natural beauty, quiet secluded beaches, magnificent scenery and spectacular walks. The coastal path starts at Cremyll winding its way through the 800-acre Mount Edgcumbe Park, which according to the Shell Guide is probably the most beautiful in England. The National Trust owned Saltram House is 5 miles away, and Dartmoor National Park, 15 miles. The Eden Project can be reached in a 1¼ hour drive. Whatever the weather you will find so many things to do in this beautiful area. Beach 5 miles. Shop, put and restaurant 1 mile.£185Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandThis lovely 3-storey, semi-detached cottage is perfect for a family or friends. Situated in the heart of the quaint village of Turnchapel, it’s only a 10-minute drive from Plymouth and just a stones’ throw from the coast. The cottage has spectacular views from the bedrooms out across the estuary and marina, the second floor bedroom even has a telescope for those starry nights. The cottage has an enclosed garden to the front, for those guests who wish to bring their furry friend. Beside the cottage is a small lane which has access down to the pebbly sea shore. Turnchapel is a quaint, old fishing village which has 2 pubs and a lively atmosphere during the summer. The south west coastal path runs through the village, and you can follow it along to Mountbatten where you can catch the water taxi over to the historic Barbican area on Plymouth’s stunning headland. Mountbatten Peninsula, with its marina, restaurants, pubs, boat trips and great fishing is only a ½ mile along the estuary. Beach ½ mile. Shop and restaurant ½ mile, pub 20 yards.£116Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandThis lovely, two bedroom, ground floor apartment is perfect for a family or couples looking for a peaceful break. Set in the quaint fishing village of Turnchapel, it’s only a 10-minute drive from Plymouth and just a stone’s throw from the coast, so perfect for fishing, paddle boarding or simply relaxing on the beach.
The apartment is finished with a contemporary look and fully equipped with everything you need for a getaway in South Devon. Below Decks also accepts pets for those of you wishing to take your furry friend on holiday with you.
If you fancy venturing out, Turnchapel has two pubs within walking distance of the apartment and there is a lively atmosphere during the summer. For the walkers amongst you, the village has the South West Coast Path running through it, and you can follow this to Mountbatten where you can catch the water taxi to the Barbican area of Plymouth. There are two pubs just a minute from the property, one of which serves food.
Complimentary winter themed hamper provided for all bookings in November and December!£90Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandPlymouth is Devons Ocean City and has lots of historic and marine connections including Historic Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, Smeatons Tower, The National Marine Aquarium all within five to ten minutes walking distance.
Let the fun begin as you arrive at Edwin House, a charming four-bedroom property with room for up to nine people, so you can enjoy a get together with all your loved ones.
After a fun-filled day out exploring the vibrant city of Plymouth, come back and grab a bite to eat in the modern and well-equipped kitchen. Just a few feet away, sink into the comfortable sofas in the living room and rest your tired feet. The open plan nature of this area allows everyone to eat and drink together, making it the perfect space for socialising.
Upstairs to the first-floor landing, open the door to your left and find a delightful outside balcony where you can sit in the evenings with a glass of bubbly and soak up the last rays of the sun. Once you’re ready for bed, choose from a selection of comfortable and spacious rooms, ensuring that you get a well-rested night sleep ready for your adventures ahead.
Less than a mile from the coastline and surrounded by numerous bars, restaurants and shops there is something for everyone to do. Be inspired to try new things like visit the fascinating aquarium.£226Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandThis substantial, iconic, Grade ll* listed, end-terraced Italianate building, which was built in the late 19th century, is now split into sympathetically divided apartments, each with totally unique features. Elliot Terrace was the home of Lady Nancy Astor and the famous author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Situated in an unrivalled location, some of the apartments enjoy spectacular views across the historic Plymouth Hoe and Sound, to Drakes Island in the bay and the far distant horizon. The apartments have panoramic, dual aspect windows, beautifully decorative cornicing and architectural details. The world renowned Plymouth Hoe is a fascinating place to visit, with the red and white striped lighthouse high up on the esplanade. Guests can enjoy the outdoor lido swimming pool, and the historic Barbican with its cobbled streets. Each apartment provides a parking permit for one car free of charge, however, should you need more, then extra parking is available by arrangement with the owner at a cost of £10 per permit. Beach 100 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 50 yards.£128Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandCatacombs is situated in the heart of the historic Barbican. This uniquely designed open plan apartment survived a wartime bombing and has been lovingly restored, a truly hidden gem. There is a large open plan living space for modern living, store rooms, guest bathroom, utility room, a study and self-service honesty wine store. The living area has Alexa controlled Smart home technology, integrated Sonos surround sound, mood lighting and underfloor heating. Guests also have free use of an office with I-Mac, printer and scanner. The master bedroom has a 55” Smart TV and surround bar, and the second bedroom also has a 50” TV.
Enjoy the local bars, bistros, art galleries and an array of restaurants right on your doorstep. The Barbican is known for its Maritime Heritage with narrow and cobbled streets. The historic Mayflower Steps are a short walk away and within close proximity to the National Marine Aquarium. Beach 7 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.£200Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandStokes View is situated within the historic Barbican with its cobbled streets, between New Street and Southside Street. It is the perfect place to enjoy your break in Plymouth. There are boutiques, art galleries, bars and bistros to enjoy.
Refurbished to a very high standard, the apartment is situated in Stokes Lane and benefits from lift access. The apartment has open plan living with a fitted kitchen, oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge and washing machine.
Perfect for couples for that romantic short break. Stokes View comes with its own parking space, which is only suitable for small to medium cars. Beach ½ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 200 yards.£115Price per night from
- Plymouth, EnglandLuxurious big detached Georgian country house close to River Tavy. Jetty for launching small boat. Games room. Open fire. Big garden. Milton Combe 1½ miles.£250Price per night from