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.
- Portscatho, EnglandShorelines is a proper Cornish cottage with thick stone walls, low ceilings, and bags of character, sympathetically modernised to provide a stylish and comfortable retreat. A modern kitchen, cosy living room with wood burner and a bright sun room opens onto an enclosed private rear patio, whilst upstairs there are two lovely bedrooms; one double and one twin room. Finishing this cottage is the family bathroom, also upstairs and the wonderful patio garden, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine in the evening.
This pretty bijou cottage in the heart of the delightful harbour village of Portscatho, just off the village square, sits opposite a pub and about a minute’s walk from Portscatho Beach. The coastal path passes just a few yards from your door, enticing you to wander along the enchanting coastline and enjoy the dramatic seascape of Gerrans Bay that has inspired generations of artists. Rise early, sneak down to the harbour and experience one of Cornwall’s beautiful sunrises or take a gentle lunchtime stroll along to enjoy a delicious al fresco meal overlooking Porthcurnick Beach at the famous beachside cafe. Hire a kayak and explore the serenity of the upper reaches of the Percuil River on a rising tide. How about finishing the day with a Michelin star meal at the nearby hotel? Once you stay in this tiny piece of paradise on the Roseland Peninsula, you will never want to leave! Beach ¼ mile.£68Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandTurnpike Cottage is a spacious, beautifully presented cottage with a wonderful, large, double aspect kitchen/dining area, three bedrooms, two reception rooms, and three bath/shower rooms. Outside is a sun terrace and on the other side of the quiet country road is a games room with table football and a small table tennis table, off street parking and a small private garden with seating area. The cottage is set in the delightful location of Gerrans Square, opposite the Royal Standard pub and Gerrans Church.
Turnpike Cottage is only a short, 5-minute walk down the hill to the pretty little harbour of Portscatho, where many artists have taken inspiration from the stunning location and superb light in the area. There are a number of delightful little galleries showcasing the work of various Cornish artists. The local public house is nestled in The Square and serves local ales and good pub grub all year round. Rosevine beach is dog friendly throughout the year and is just to the east of the village. It has beautiful golden sands and is over looked by the increasingly famous Hidden Hut. Before you visit, try and get on their social media page and acquire tickets to their special outdoor dining events. Beach 500 yards.£81Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandA superb farmhouse set in a wonderful quiet location. Polcreek Cottage is a charming cottage great for families and dog owners. From the front door there is a cosy living room with an open fire on the right side of the cottage. To the left is a large dining room perfect for all the family again with an open fire and window seat. Walking through the property you reach the well equipped country kitchen with an oil fired Aga and electric cooker. Over the first floor there are three bedrooms all of which have sea views. A spacious double, a single with additional pull-out bed leading to a twin room. There is a family bathroom with a shower over the bath. Outside the back door there is a downstairs shower and toilet. The extensive gardens surround the property with a variety of flowers, trees and shrubs creating the cottage garden. There are spacious lawn areas ideal for children to play. The garden backs onto open farm fields again adding to the superb location. A short walk from the cottage will take to the coastal path and country walks.£90Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandSea Captains house in Portscatho. Two-storey. Sea views. 2 en-suite bathrooms. WiFi. Garden. Beach 3 min walk.£177Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandThis lovely family friendly cottage offers a wonderful holiday experience of staying in a period property yet offers modern living accommodation. As you enter the cottage the size and warmth of the dual aspect living room reveals itself with a variety of seating opportunities, ideal for watching the TV or sitting in front of the wood burner. Also on the ground floor is a lovely kitchen and dining room where you can either enjoy breakfast or an evening meal sat around the farmhouse table. Arranged over the first floor are the three bedrooms starting with the character master bedroom set to the front of the cottage with a kingsize bed, wooden flooring storage space and a feature fireplace. The second bedroom is also a character room again with a feature fireplace. This room can also be used either twin beds or zip and linked to create a super kingsize bed, and the third is arranged as an ample character twin room. Staying on the first floor is a modern twist of a period bathroom with a roll top slipper bath, lovely after a long day at the beach. Next to the bathroom is a separate single shower room fitted with a rain style shower. To the rear of the property is the fully enclosed level garden with a lawn area ideal for children or a dog to play. Set at the back of the garden is a sunny paved patio area with a variety of seating perfect for dining catching the sun or having a barbecue. The parking for this cottage is either at the front on the pavement street parking to the side road with gate access to the garden or across the road opposite the cottage in a public car park.
Located on the west of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula a few miles north of St Mawes, St Just-in-Roesland. It is a verdant village of manicured gardens and pretty cottages leading down to the woodlands and creeks by the Percuil River. The village is best known for the 13th century church of St Just the Martyr. Overlooking St Just Pool, a tree lined creek, the church is set in an amphitheatre like graveyard filled with an array of colourful sub-tropical plants and shrubs, a botanical project started over 100 years ago.
Nearby you can explore the D-Day embarkation points at Turnaware Bar and nearby the recently renovated Smugglers Cottage part of the Tregothnan Estate. It is also is one of the best spots in the area for a cream tea! The walks around Messack Point on the north side of St Just in Roseland Creek offer some of the finest views across the Carrick Roads. Few places in Cornwall can compare with the Roseland Peninsula, one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles. Lovely beaches and cliffs delightful rivers and countryside pretty villages and hamlets all make the Roseland the perfect holiday setting. There are many beaches such as Towan, Porthkirnick, Pendower and Portholland to explore along with the vast array of walks.£94Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandFairview cottage has undergone a transformation with a complete refurbishment throughout creating a fantastic holiday environment with versatile living for all the family to enjoy. Stepping through the front entrance porch leads you to a bright spacious hall which provides the access to the three ground floor bedrooms. Set to the rear of the property is the master bedroom with dual aspect windows to the garden and the all important kingsize bed. To the front of the cottage is spacious double and twin bedrooms finished to a complimentary style. Across the hall is a large family bathroom with a separate bath and corner shower. Staying on the ground floor to the opposite end of the cottage is a further modern shower room with a walk-in shower. Next is a utility room which also has its own external entrance door ideal for coming back from the beach with wetsuits or for the dogs to be washed down. There is also a sink and a washing machine. The staircase turns past the tall picture window which brings you to the first floor. This is where the cottage provides a surprise. The majority of this floor is taken up by a lovely open plan kitchen and living room. This has to be the main attraction for the cottage creating a fantastic space for all the family to enjoy. Whether it is for breakfast or an evening in this is a great social space for the family from sitting at the breakfast bar, large dining table or on the corner sofa watching TV. There is also a wood burner making this room cosy in the winter months. The stylish contemporary kitchen boasts a variety of modern features from the range style triple oven to the American fridge/freezer and the all important dishwasher. There is plenty of cupboard space to stock up if required. Staying on the first floor at the other end of the landing is the bunk bedroom which will be a favourite with children or even a teenager as next door they have their own modern walk-in shower room. There are gardens to the front and rear of the cottage ideal for the children or pets to play in.
Located on the west of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula a few miles north of St Mawes, St Just-in-Roseland is quite different from its namesake in Penwith. It is a quiet village of manicured gardens and pretty cottages leading down to the woodlands and creeks by the River Percuil. The village is best known for the 13th century church of St Just the Martyr. Overlooking St Just Pool a tree lined creek. The church is set in an amphitheatre like graveyard filled with an array of colourful sub-tropical plants and shrubs, a botanical project started over 100 years ago. Bordered by the Fal Estuary to the west and the Atlantic to the east the Roseland Peninsula has been designated part of Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for the quality of its landscape and coastal scenery. It is only a short drive from St Austell or Truro through lanes that will lead you to some lovely wide open beaches that are hardly ever crowded; out of the way farm shops selling produce grown in nearby fields and ultimately to the coast and St Mawes a fashionable fishing village curving around a sheltered bay. The peninsula also has great walking routes and the coastal waters are popular with yachtsmen windsurfers and canoeists.£101Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandThis fabulous newly built house is situated above St Just Creek. A short stroll down to the beautiful church of St Just in Roseland and its tranquil creek. A 5-minute drive takes you to the centre of St Mawes with its good range of facilities. The famous King Harry Ferry is only a 10-minute drive and gives easy access to Truro, Falmouth and the Lizard Peninsula.
The front door leads into a spacious hall where you can access the superb open plan kitchen/dining/living room set at the rear of the property. A utility room also has fitted appliances along with a tall fridge/freezer. Double doors open out to the large terrace looking over the garden along with country and creek views. Also from the hall there is a lovely snug perfect for reading or as a childrens room. There is also a downstairs shower and toilet. Arranged over the first floor are three bedrooms with the master room being kingsize with en-suite baths and walk-in shower and superb views towards the creek. Two further double bedrooms, one with kingsize bed and another that can be either a double or twin.
The exterior to the property starts with a superb raised patio and seating area perfect for a barbecue or to relax with a glass of wine. Steps down to several paved areas that you can also sit throughout the day, the flower beds and shrubs gives the gardens colour and privacy. To the front of the property via a gate is the parking area for two/three cars with additional free car park across the road. Beach 2¼ miles.£81Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandVerbena Cottage is a charming 18th century cottage sympathetically renovated and extended, offering everything that is required for a relaxing holiday. Set back from the road, the property is approached through a small pretty front garden with an off- road parking space to the left hand side.
Stepping in through the front door you immediately feel the charm of the cottage with the character but modern style kitchen. Moving from the kitchen, you enter a large and exciting family room with three defined areas complete with modern furnishings, with a breakfast area close to the kitchen. There is a comfortable and spacious lounge area with sofas and Smart TV, then a further dining area at the rear which benefits from the large windows providing views over the gardens and patios at the rear of the property. From this area a door leads through to a downstairs shower and toilet. There is also access to the utility room and storage area which runs from the front of the house with a door giving access to the parking area through to the back patio area. In this room there is a washing machine, a small Belfast sink, rotary washing line and standing airer provided. This is also ideal for bringing in wet dogs or to dry wetsuits or outdoor wear.
Arranged to the first floor are three bedrooms. Set to the front of the property is a lovely bright twin bedroom and an ample double bedroom with a modern shower room in between. At the rear of the property is another double bedroom which has expansive views over the countryside. There is also a second separate modern family bathroom. To the rear of the property is a pretty family garden with a patio area side sun terrace lawn with private hedging and flower beds. There are outbuilding with owner access only. There is also a cottage garden at the front of the property.
Considered to be one of the prettiest of all the Roseland villages, Veryan has the famous Round Houses together with the attractive water gardens, church, pub, school and general Stores/Post Office which caters for day-to-day needs. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Veryan and the surroundings countryside is noted for its breathtaking coastal scenery, lovely country walks and the popular sandy beaches of Carne and Pendower which are just over one mile.
The traditional fishing village of Portloe with dramatic coastal path around the Jacka is less than two miles away. There is also a regular bus service to the cathedral city of Truro some twelve miles, which has a wider selection of commercial and retail facilities. The popular sailing resort of St. Mawes approximately eight miles from Veryan offers a wider selection of shops, banks and restaurants, together with a regular passenger ferry service to the port of Falmouth.£66Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandTregwylan is a superbly situated detached property set well back from a private lane in landscaped terraced gardens. The extensive sea views are some of the best in the village. Tregwylan has benefited from a substantial extension and modernisation program. What makes this property is the wonderful uninterrupted coastal views out to sea across to the Lizard peninsula and up the River Fal. Virtually every room has been opened up to enjoy the views which now extend outwards over the extended landscaped terrace and balcony. The setting is right on the coastline on a private no through lane and within 10 minutes walk of St Mawes and just 2 minutes from the castle. St Mawes itself offers an excellent range of facilities with three delightful beaches and superb sailing facilities. The finish structure and furnishings of Tregwylan are to a very high standard. One of the features being solar heated water.
The central hub of the building is the split level kitchen/dining and sitting room with bi-fold doors onto a balcony enjoying the entire gambit of the available views. The latest technology extends to Ultra HD TV with Sky premium sports channels and Sonos sound system in both the main lounge area and in the dining/kitchen area. After passing a magnificent dolphin sculpture the entrance to Tregwylan is through a side door into a lobby off which are the utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer and the extensive kitchen/dining area and lounge. The kitchen is spacious and very well equipped with tiled floor, electric range with two ovens, ceramic induction hob and Nespresso coffee machine. The dining area which adjoins the kitchen has a large dining table with super water views to Falmouth. There are approximately 17 steps lead up to the house from the parking area. The lounge has 180 degree sea views from Mylor to The Lizard. A range of comfortable seating allows you to take advantage of the sea views and folding doors give access to the main balcony. A TV and music centre complete this wonderful living space.
Stairs from the lounge lead up to a family bathroom with shower, wash hand basin and WC, and the OLED TV room and plenty of easy chairs. A door from the kitchen leads through to the bedrooms: a double bedroom with en-suite shower, wash hand basin, WC and patio doors to a balcony that enhances the views from the bedroom. A twin bedded room and the second family bathroom has over bath shower, wash hand basin and WC. There is a bunk bedroom with additional single bed. A flight of stairs lead down to the stunning master bedroom with magnificent sea views. This room has en-suite facilities with shower, freestanding bath, wash hand basin and WC. Doors lead out to a terrace with yet further water views. The extensive use of light oak floors, skirting boards and doors throughout the property add to the light and spacious feel given by the large amount of glass used to such good effect. There are extensive gardens set to the front of the property providing terracing seating areas with superb views and lawn edged with shrubs. To the rear of Tregwylan is now a superb new outdoor Grillo kitchen and dining area recently fitted on the rear patio along with a new summerhouse plus garden furniture and yet more sea views.£268Price per night from
- Portscatho, EnglandPedlars is a most attractive character cottage built from Cornish slate and granite. It is situated in the delightful hamlet of Ruan Lanihorne with its well-known local pub. The cottage stands at the end of a terrace of three with a charming well-kept sizeable garden which is bounded by a stream protected by low ranch style fencing well. Local shops and facilities can be found in the nearby village of Tregony. Ruan Lanihorne is about 4 miles from Pendower beach and the pretty fishing villages of Portloe, Portscatho and St Mawes are a short drive away.
Access to the property is by the porch with space for boots and coats which leads into an attractively furnished living room with feature stone wall, beamed ceiling and wood burner. There is a comfortable sofa, two armchairs and a TV with DVD player and also a pay phone. The kitchen/dining room is light bright and in keeping with the property. It is equipped with electric cooker and hob a microwave and a fridge/freezer, there is also a circular pine dining table and four chairs. Upstairs there is a kingsize bedroom while the second bedroom has twin beds. Between the bedrooms is the bathroom with a shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail. All the rooms have pleasing views over the garden where you’ll find a garden table and chairs and four deck chairs.£77Price per night from