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.
- Portwrinkle, EnglandThis converted 17th-century Fish Cellar is in a stunning location with beautiful beaches literally on the doorstep. Set within a private gated community of five properties, this is a mid-terrace, eco-friendly home with much of the original stone retained to keep the charm and heritage alive. The property is set over three levels and in addition to uninterrupted sunsets and the sound of crashing waves, boasts a host of entertainment including board games, books, music and audiobooks through Amazon Echo, hundreds of DVDs, TVs in most rooms, a PlayStation 3 with games and a Nintendo Wii. For your relaxation you also have available a spa bath, steam shower, aromatherapy and mood lighting. There is also a private hot tub situated on a decked area of the balcony.
The Fish Cellars is the perfect base for you to explore this historic and exciting area, known as the hidden gem of Cornwall.
Portwrinkle is a small village on the south east coast of Cornwall, with views along Whitsand Bay, which can be seen for miles on a sunny day from the private balcony. Portwrinkle has two sand and shingle beaches, one of which is Finnygook beach and is popular with experienced surfers, however there are plenty of rock pools for the children to explore (nets available in the house), or you can just sit back and relax and take in the dramatic coastline around you.
The South West Coast Path is only 100 yards away and is perfect for enjoying a leisurely walk, whilst taking in the spectacular views of the coastline. It is characterised by high cliffs, dramatic scenery and long stretches of sandy beaches just waiting to be discovered.
A short drive away, or if you’re feeling adventurous, an 8-mile coastal path walk, is the traditional fishing village of Looe. The long harbour wall stretches up to the Victorian bridge. You can take a trip to Looe Island and explore the rock pools or go crabbing, you may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the grey seal colony. There’s plenty of opportunities for sailing and fishing trips, too. You can also relax on the sandy beach in Looe, paddle in the sea or roam around the shops, museums and galleries. The local fish market sells fish straight off the boats from the harbour, something for a special dinner perhaps.
Down the road from Looe is the historic fishing village of Polperro with its winding streets, once a thriving centre for smugglers. The pretty village cottages are perched on steep slopes overlooking the harbour. There are many displays of local art and crafts, and you can sample local produce in one of the many cafés and restaurants Polperro has to offer. The inner harbour is full of colourful boats and is still a working harbour to this day.
Slightly further afield are the famous Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, both around a 50-60-minute drive away. The Eden Project hosts concerts and themed events throughout the year and has plenty to keep children and adults fascinated. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, set in 200 acres of garden history, were once lost under brambles and have been restored to their former glory. You can explore the gardens and the estate in your own time and appreciate why Heligan is one of the finest gardens in England. Historic homes closer to hand are Mount Edgcumbe House and Anthony House.
There is so much to see and do here, beautiful beaches, fishing villages, coastal walks, cycling, fishing, golf, horse riding and a plethora of National Trust properties are all available locally. Beach 170 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant.£166Price per night from
- 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.£131Price per night from
- Looe, England
Dog-friendly Talland Bay Hotel in Cornwall is a fabulously pet-welcoming hotel – close to coastal paths, gorgeous uncrowded beaches and beautiful harbourside villages, it’s the perfect stay for outdoorsy dogs.£169Price per night from
- Marazion, England
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.£180Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Mullion, England
Perched on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula, Polurrian on the Lizard is a contemporary seaside retreat perfect for the whole family, including your four-legged friend.£119Price per night from
- Truro, England
A super stylish seaside escape set in the peaceful village of St Mawes, dog-friendly Hotel Tresanton in Cornwall is the ultimate retreat for coast-loving canines.£325Price per night from
- Fowey, England
Enjoying a picturesque view of Fowey and the sea, dog-friendly Fowey Hall Hotel in Cornwall offers a seamless fusion of luxury and family hospitality.£275Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Newquay, England
An amazingly dog-friendly coastal resort hotel and spa in Cornwall with fabulous year round dog-friendly beaches and The South West Coast Path on the doorstep.£110Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Mullion, England
Situated high on the cliffs of the cove itself, dog-friendly Mullion Cove in Cornwall is truly in a world of its own.£125Price per night from
- Lostwithiel, England
This inviting dog-friendly hotel is the perfect spot to lay your head after a day of exploring the dramatic Cornish coastline with your canine companion.£150Price per night from