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Pet-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.

  • Seagull Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Portreath, England
    Seagull Cottage is a mid-terrace holiday home in a superb location with delightful sea views and just a stone’s throw from Portreath’s sandy beach and harbour. Portreath is a seaside village on the beautiful North Cornish coast. Set in a deep valley alongside the rugged, popular surfing beach which is watched over by the local Surf Life Saving Club, and is ideal for swimming and watersports.

    There are spectacular coastal walks and amazing sunsets. Within a short flat walk to the heart of the village where you will find shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants. Ilogan Woods, adjacent to Portreath, with streams and a circular walk leading to the 14th-century church tower at Ilogan.

    The Mineral Tramway Cycle Trail starts at Portreath and continues for 11 miles through the beautiful Cornish countryside to Devoran on the south coast. Cycles can be hired close by. Portreath is a perfect location for touring Cornwall, just 3 miles from the main A30 providing easy access to Penzance, St Ives, Lands End, Falmouth and The Lizard Peninsula. The cathedral city of Truro is just a short drive away with theatre, cinema, bowling and shops. Shop and restaurant 100 yards, pub 50 yards.
    £88
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  • Heatherstone, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Portreath, England
    Heatherstone is a spacious, detached family home providing extended family and friends with an ideal property in which to spread out and relax. The property is close to Tehidy Country Park with over 250 acres of woodland, walks, wildlife trails and a golf course. The popular beach destinations of Portreath and Porthtowan are close by, and both offer excellent beach cafés and host a range of events.
    The house sits in a quiet, prestigious, residential area behind two large gates and there is ample parking for at least 5 cars. The enclosed rear garden and patio provide the perfect spot for al fresco dining or simply offer a great place in which to unwind and relax after a busy day on the beach or exploring the local area. The house is a real family home with a comfortable living room with a large wall mounted TV, a cosy gas real flame fire and wide patio doors leading out to the garden. There is a well-equipped kitchen and dining room/conservatory with direct access to the garden.
    There are miles of coastal paths to explore and great road links ensuring guests can visit both the north and south coasts with ease. The area attracts walkers and cyclists with the Coast to Coast trail, which follows the path of an old tramway from Deveron on the south coast to Portreath on the north coast. Bike hire is available locally.
    The family friendly beach at Portreath has a wide expanse of sand and a small harbour area. There are good local shops, a bakery, two pubs and choice of take away. Head slightly south to Gwithian and the famous lighthouse at Godrevy sits proudly on its rocky outcrop. The area attracts seals, dolphins, basking sharks and is a great spot for bird watchers, with the wide estuary at Hayle and marshes at nearby Marazion. Take the scenic coastal train from St Erth into St Ives, home of the Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum. Here you will find a great choice of restaurants, bars, cafés and art galleries. Do not miss the picturesque harbour and stunning beaches that attract visitors all year round. Beach 2 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    £84
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  • Chy Lowen, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Portreath, England
    A traditional, end-of-terrace cottage based in the village of Bridge near Portreath. Pet-friendly. Woodburning stove. Off-road parking. Truro 11.2 miles; St Ives 16.4 miles.
    £61
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  • Gwynn House, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Portreath, England
    The House has been recently updated to create a cosy and relaxing space for you to enjoy. With open plan living downstairs and a courtyard area with seating to the rear of the property you can relax and enjoy this wonderful home from home. The convenient location of Gwynn House means you can easily reach both the north and south coasts of Cornwall.
    The village is home to a convenience shop, for everyday essentials and a pharmacy. The neighbouring village has a fish & chip shop & local butchers. The town of Camborne is close by where you’ll find a choice of supermarkets, local shops, takeaways, Pubs, and eating establishments. Keen walkers won’t need to venture far, you will find excellent walks on the doorstep, you can stroll through Pendarves Nature Reserve or take a walk to Carwynnen Quiot, a rare group of Neolithic monuments.
    The Great Flat Lode mining trail which is also a cycle trail can be joined nearby and offers some stunning views of both coastlines as well as being home to a multitude of old mining Engine houses. If it’s coastal scenery you’re after, you can pick up the South-West coast path at any point around the Cornish coastline, it offers breath-taking scenery, from rugged coves like Godrevy point with its resident seal colony, to quaint seaside villages and harbours dotted along the dramatic coastline.
    There are also several excellent cycle trails including the coast-to-coast trail from Portreath to Devoran as well as the well-known Camel Trail which runs from Padstow to Wadebridge and on to Bodmin. You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches, with the north coast surfing beaches of Portreath, Porthtowan and Perranporth as well as the stunning 3-mile stretch of golden sands running from Godrevy and Gwithian to Hayle all just a short drive away.
    Take a train from Camborne to St Ives to relax on one of the many beaches there, stroll through the cobbled streets of St Ives, with its boutique shops, and an array of stylish cafés, bars and restaurants.
    £55
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  • Elderberry Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    This delightful cottage lies within a beautiful landscape, with hills punctuated with the reminders of a time when the area’s mining industry was at the forefront of industrial life. Discover the Great Flat Lode, famed for many engine houses, where tin was mined in incredible volume during the late 19th Century. There are endless country walks here, a paradise for two and four legged friends alike, many of which are flat.
    The revered beaches, many just a few miles distant, offer huge stretches of golden sand, rock formations, coves and at low tide rock pools, perfect for children of all ages to explore. Visit wonderful St Ives, with its picture postcard cottages, beach and Tate Gallery. The choices of fun filled days out are endless, from coastline to moorland, from theme parks to pretty harbour villages, you are truly spoilt for choice. Elderberry Cottage, with its eco-friendly solar panels, is a traditional style retreat, offering roomy accommodation for five guests.
    The kitchen has all you need to prepare breakfast, brunch, or evening meal, whilst the downstairs cloakroom houses a washer/dryer and desktop freezer. There is an inviting dining area too. The living space, with its Smart TV and fabulous wood burner, provides a sanctuary where relaxation in the sumptuous soft furnishings provides the ideal end to a busy day of excursions.
    Fibre Broadband is provided. There are three delightful bedrooms, two doubles, with plenty of storage space, and a further single room. The bathroom has a roomy walk-in shower and separate bath. The private garden is set in the countryside, with a decked area where you can enjoy your favorite beverage in the fresh air. The main road route through Cornwall, the A30 is just 2 miles distant, providing perfect access to this most iconic of counties.
    £65
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  • Pendeen House, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    Portreath, England
    Welcome to The Cove, a spacious five-bedroom property in the picturesque fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall.
    The property has two bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor, ideal for people with mobility issues, popular with grandparents or friends as they can have their own access to this part of the house. The large kitchen/dining area separates the downstairs bedrooms from the living room and has access to the garden and front of the house. The spacious living room has giant sofas, ideal for relaxing after a busy day, the Sky Glass Smart TV will entertain everyone and the Google Home Hub allows you to link smartphones and stream music in the house. The kitchen is fully equipped providing everything you would need, pop down to the local bakery in the morning for fresh bread and pastries, or the supermarket to pick-up last-minute ingredients. On the first floor are a further three bedrooms, and a second bathroom and separate toilet complete this fantastic property.
    Within walking distance is the town, with a Blue Flag sandy beach popular with families, a large play area and lovely walks, you can hire bikes or bring your own and explore the nearby Portreath to Falmouth Coast to Coast trail. Within 5 miles you will find Redruth, famous for its Cornish Mining World Heritage site at Heartlands, and also home to Victoria Gardens, a great place to visit for everyone. The Flat Lode Trail is just over 5 miles away in Carn Brea, choose from the 7½ mile circular walk starting at King Edward Mine through breath-taking countryside passing historic mines, or just wander round the ruins. There is so much to do here it appeals to all ages, whether you want a base to explore further afield or just enjoy everything on your doorstep. Beach ½ mile.
    £110
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  • Pepperpot Cottage, CornwallInstant Book Overlay Image
    The cottage is nestled on Glenfeadon Terrace, a short walk from the harbour, the local convenience store, and take away restaurants, and is a little gem of a property, immaculately presented having undergone a refurbishment during 2021, there is an open plan living, kitchen, and dining room with a cosy wood-burning stove to warm up those off-season evenings, there is a shower room with a large walk-in shower and a spacious bedroom with a kingsize bed. To the front of the property are a table and chairs and a private, off-road parking space.
    Pepperpot Cottage is just a few minutes walk to the golden sands and fantastic surf beach at Portreath and a short drive to Porthtowan. A stroll along country lanes will take you to the coast path across beautiful countryside. The Coast-to-Coast cycle trail follows the route of an old mining tramway and takes you south to the beautiful creek at Devoran - bicycle hire is available just a few minutes away at The Bike Barn. A perfect base for touring the whole of Cornwall and being so accessible to the A30, the main arterial route through the county, means that many attractions such as St Michael’s Mount and the Eden Project are just a short drive away. In the evenings visit the many pubs and restaurants close by.
    Portreath offers the pleasures of the sea and countryside with beautiful views, spectacular cliffs and walking trails. Illogan Woods is adjacent to Portreath with lovely streams and a circular walk leading to the 14th-century church tower of Illogan. There is also Tehidy Country Park just outside of Portreath with its adjoining golf course. It is a beautiful country park comprised of 250 acres of woodland, lakes, bridleways, cycling and nature trails. There is a picturesque lake with swans and various kinds of waterfowl.
    Porthtowan has one of Cornwall’s finest surfing waves. Producing good waves at all states of the tide. It is not for the faint-hearted, and beginners should be careful. An excellent surf school operates from the beach. At low tide, the beach stretches down to St Agnes Head and Chapel Porth Beach. Beach ¼ miles.
    £46
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    Portreath, England
    Welcome to Barn Owl a converted four-bedroom barn sleeping eight, nestled in the picturesque hamlet of Carnkie near Redruth. This large property is ideal for extended families and friends who are looking for a base to explore this beautiful area. Upstairs are two double bedrooms with doors that lead out onto a conservatory, ideal for morning coffee or just enjoying peace and quiet. This looks over the enclosed garden, which is on two levels and all laid with chippings. On the ground floor is a large kitchen/dining room ideal for entertaining. Friends and family can sit around the table, which was originally a pasty making table. The living room is charming with a wood burner nestled into the feature granite fireplace, ideal on a cold winter’s evening where you can curl up with a hot drink and a good book, or watch one of your favourite programs on the large TV. There is a large lawned field in front of the parking area, with football goals ideal for a game, or just running around. The on-site laundry has two large washing machines and a microwave, shared between Barn Owl and and an additional one bedroomed cottage.
    There is so much to do in the area including remnants of the copper mining industry that made Redruth one of the richest mining areas in Cornwall. If you go into Redruth town, just over two miles away, you will see the old clock tower, historic buildings and various statues celebrating the history of the area. The Great Flat Lode is within walking distance from the property and is ideal for walking and cycling. It follows part of the Basset Mine Tramway, which is approximately 6 miles long, where you will see some of the finest remains of engine houses and other structures as you wander around. The imposing Carn Brea rests at the top and if you climb up you will be rewarded with spectacular panoramic views, including parts of South Croft Mine which was the last Cornish mine to close.
    If you are looking for beaches, Portreath is the closest just over 5 miles away, or Porthowan beach just over 6 miles away. If you want to go a little further then a visit to the pretty village of St Agnes with its beach and coastal walks is under 10 miles away.
    This property can be booked together with Meadow View (UK44608).
    £83
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  • The Godolphin, Cornwall
    Marazion, England
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    Hounds seeking a seaside retreat in Cornwall need look no further than the dog-friendly Godolphin Arms, a stylish hotel and restaurant with a gorgeous seafront location. 

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