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.
- Hayle, England
Three Mile Beach is a collection of 15 stunning dog-friendly beach houses located in Cornwall. Just a stone’s throw from three miles of beach with fabulous views over Godrevy lighthouse and the lights of St Ives.£297Price per night from
- Washaway, EnglandThis detached holiday cottage, set on a working farm, on the owners estate comprised of farmland and woodland, is fitted and furnished to a good standard and is a perfect place to unwind or explore, either on foot or by car. Situated a few miles from Bodmin and Wadebridge, and a short drive from Padstow with its shops and Polzeath with its beach. Within easy reach of Port Isaac, made famous by TV’s Doc Martin. Along the coast are Tintagel, Boscastle and Newquay with its surfing. Shop 3 miles, pub 2 miles.£79Price per night from
- Port Gaverne, EnglandBeautiful views along the Cornish coast greet visitors to this single-storey, light and spacious property. The property features a split level, open plan living and dining area, each with bi-fold doors opening out onto patio areas, affording stunning sea views, with gardens front and back. Dog friendly, this is the perfect place from which to explore this unique part of Cornwall.
The house is tastefully furnished and comfortable all year round with a log burner and central heating. Standing on the headland above the picturesque village of Port Gaverne, the house is a few steps from the north Cornwall coastal path. The beach at Port Gaverne is a 6-7 minute walk away and a little further is Port Isaac, with its huddle of slate houses and narrow alleyways.
The state-of-the-art kitchen is great for catering and cooking the fresh local produce. There are two excellent fish shops in Port Isaac that sell their daily catch of fish and shellfish; specialities are crab and lobster.
Local lamb, beef and pork are all available at the nearby farm shop, which has wonderful views overlooking the sea.
Famous now as the setting for the TV series ’Doc Martin’, Port Isaac is a working fishing village with shops, bars and several top-quality restaurants.
This area is now renowned as a ’foodie paradise’, with several celebrity chefs located here and the area is very well served by a whole variety of dining places to fit every pocket.
Close by is a hotel and next door is a bistro, which has indoor and outdoor dining. There are two Michelin starred restaurants in Port Isaac run by Nathan Outlaw. Nearby in Padstow is Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred restaurant and he has a great pub too. Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Cookery School are in Padstow. Rick Stein also has a number of other restaurants with varying price ranges.
This is an ideal spot for those who enjoy coastal walks, bird watching, golf, fishing, surfing, sailing, kayaking, cycling or just lazing on the beach. Polzeath’s famous surf attracts all comers, and its glorious sandy beach is just a short drive away. The cliffs, caves and rock pools are a children’s paradise.
Within an easy drive are Padstow, Tintagel, Boscastle, Bude and Wadebridge.
Wadebridge hosts one end of the Camel Trail, with a 5-mile dedicated cycle ride to Padstow on the old railway track, alongside the picturesque Camel Estuary. To the north stands Tintagel’s medieval castle and the quaint fishing village of Boscastle, with Crackington Haven and Bude a little further on. Inland lies Jamaica Inn and Bodmin Moor, the setting for the ’Poldark’ stories.
A few minutes’ walk away is a water sports centre, Cornish Rock Tors, based on the beach at Port Gaverne. They offer kayaking, paddle boarding and coasteering for individuals and groups. Polzeath’s famous surf attracts all comers, and its glorious sandy beach is just a short drive away. Water sports can be enjoyed at Rock, from where a passenger ferry crosses the Camel Estuary to the town of Padstow. Daymer Bay has another glorious sandy beach, and the golf course at St Enodoc is open to the public. John Betjeman, the late Poet Laureate, is buried at St Enodoc Church, with its twisted spire.
An ideal location. Dog friendly, this is the perfect setting for families to have fun and explore this unique part of Cornwall. Shop, pub, and restaurant nearby.£175Price per night from
- St Breward, EnglandLocated at the end of a private lane on the edge of Cornwall’s highest village of St Breward, Sandy Barn Cottages comprises three beautifully converted holiday barns (refs B5718, B5719 and W44032) and the owner’s own home, forming a secluded courtyard of 200-year-old granite buildings. The dog-friendly cottages are all tastefully furnished with many character features including slate floors and exposed beams. Cross Cottage (ref B5718) is detached with views over neighbouring fields.
Ideally situated on the edge of Bodmin Moor for exploring the landscape of tors and moorland. Enjoy walking, cycling, riding, fishing or simply relaxing. The nearest beach of Trebarwith Strand is 20 minutes’ away, but may favourites such as Whitehaven, Daymer Bay, Polzeath and Trevone are within 30-40 minutes’. With the beaches of the North Cornwall coast within 12 miles, visitors can enjoy the best of coast and countryside, alternating their days between tranquil landscapes, coastal walks and seaside fun at the beaches.
Places of interest such as Wadebridge, Padstow, Port Isaac, Boscastle and Tintagel. The National Trust property at Lanhydrock, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are also within easy reach for a day out.
Sandy Barn Cottages are tucked away, surrounded by fields, but still in the heart of the village. Local amenities comprise of a village shop and pub serving food, both within easy walking distance, ¼ mile.£69Price per night from
- Delabole, EnglandThese two stone built holiday cottages (ref 29227 and ref TJU) date back to the 17 century and enjoy a rural location with superb sea views. Pet-friendly Downhouse Cottage was extended in Victorian times, while Downhouse has a rustic feel with a clome oven in the fireplace and a large garden. Both cottages benefit from a sitting-out area with stunning views of the coastline. Surrounded by countryside, they are perfect for walkers to enjoy the views from the South West Coastal Path. Ideally situated for visiting some of the many attractions of Cornwall, including Tintagel, the mythical home of King Arthur, Boscastle with its harbour and Port Isaac, made famous by the TV’s ‘Doc Martin’. Further down the coast are Polzeath with its surfing beach, and Rock where you can take a ferry across to Padstow with its array of interesting shops, pubs and restaurants, including Rick Stein’s famous restaurant.. Beach 1 mile. Shops, pub and restaurant 1 mile. The properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 9 guests.£76Price per night from
- Linkinhorne, EnglandTucked away in a little known and quite idyllic location in Cornwall, just a few miles from the town of Callington nestling in the valley below Bodmin Moor, is the village of Linkinhorne. A little rural piece of paradise hidden off the tourist routes. The village of Linkinhorne has a lovely pub less than 1 mile from these three cottages. Primrose (ref 30212) and Snowdrop (ref 30213) have been superbly converted from old stone barns and stand in the grounds of the owner’s 16th-century home yet both have a degree of privacy, each with a fully enclosed patio garden, and there is a wildlife pond with running water and an adjoining picnic area in the grounds. Snowdrop has been specifically designed to cater for those who use wheelchairs with little or no assistance required. Daffodill (ref UKC1333) is a fabulous, detached, architect-designed barn conversion which has two spacious bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms, and a lovely oak timber living room with large glazed windows overlooking the tranquil garden and meadow beyond. Daffodil is the perfect quiet spot to totally chill and relax in rural Cornwall, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Complete with underfloor heating, a wood burner for those chillier evenings and sumptuous furnishings, this property is an absolute delight. Dogs are most welcome here and the friendly owners who live to the rear of the holiday cottages are most accommodating. For the keen walkers there is an abundance of walking trails around the area or a little further afield in just under an hour you could visit both North and South Cornish coast lines. STERTS open-air theatre is just a short drive from the cottages, a fabulous place to visit to watch a play or listen to poetry or music, set high up on the edge of the Bodmin Moor. Beach 20 miles. Shop and restaurant 4 miles, pub serving food 1¼ miles.
Primrose (ref 30212), Snowdrop (ref 30213) and Daffodil (ref UKC1333) can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.£54Price per night from
- Saint Issey, EnglandSituated in a peaceful location, this single-storey barn conversion has been renovated to a high standard and has spectacular views across the Camel Estuary towards Padstow and Rock. Attached to another property, The Linhay features a half-acre enclosed garden surrounded by beautiful countryside, ideal for games and outdoor dining. The open-plan kitchen, dining-room and living room all enjoy views of the estuary. Ideally situated close to many of the tourist attractions this area has to offer, including Padstow, with its many interesting shops, array of pubs and restaurants and quaint harbour. From here visitors can hire a cycle and ride the Camel Trail where there is an abundance of wildlife. Shop 3 miles, pub 1½ miles.£124Price per night from
- Port Gaverne, EnglandThis single-storey holiday property boasts stunning coastal and countryside views. Dog-friendly, it is bright, modern, spacious and furnished with style. The large glass doors to the front and back lead to a decked area and terrace which has sea and coastal views, ideal for a morning cup of coffee or al fresco dining, and there are open country views to the front and side.
Just ½ mile from Port Isaac and on the coastal path, this is a unique holiday home in a fantastic position. Port Gaverne is just down the hill with its secluded bay and charming Port Gaverne Hotel, pub and restaurant. A little further is Port Isaac, made famous by the TV series Doc Martin. Port Isaac has a picturesque working harbour and an array of quaint shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Port Isaac lies on the South West Coastal Path and offers spectacular walks with views of dramatic cliffs and coastline of North Cornwall. Also close by is the sandy surfing beach at Polzeath. Just along the coast is Rock, which has beautiful beaches with a number of watersports available and St Enodoc Golf Club. From Rock a ferry can be taken over to Padstow, with its array of interesting shops, pubs and restaurants including Rick Stein’s famous seafood restaurant. From here a ferry can be taken over to Rock, which has a sandy surfing beach with a number of watersports available. From Padstow, a 5-mile stretch of the Camel Trail runs to Wadebridge offering a level route for walkers and cyclists and which passes by Pinkson Creek, a habitat abundant with bird life. Up the coast is the pretty coastal village of Tintagel, with its ruined castle on the headland and legends of King Arthur. The pretty fishing village of Boscastle is also worth a visit, and a little further on are the fine sandy beaches of Crackington Haven and Bude. Beach ½ mile. Pub and restaurant ¼ mile.£169Price per night from
- Perranporth, England
Nestled deep in a wooded valley close to the golden sands and secluded coves of Perranporth and St Agnes lies dog-friendly Leycroft Valley.£71Price per night from
- Saint Just, EnglandThis beautifully converted Cornish granite barn, finished and equipped to a high standard, is situated in a peaceful rural hamlet on the edge of the pretty Cot Valley. It is close to the sea yet within easy walking distance of St Just with its numerous amenities. The Cornish Coastal Path is a two minute walk and offers spectacular scenery and views in an area renowned for its birds and wildlife. The quiet cove of Porth Nanven is a short walk from the property, perfect for morning swims or evening barbecues. Large sandy surfing beaches (Whitesand Bay, Gwynver) only a 5-mile drive. Shops ½ mile.£84Price per night from