Dog-friendly Hotels 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.
- St Levan, EnglandThe Bunker is a beautifully converted World War II operations bunker, which now provides unique, comfortable holiday accommodation. It is set in glorious countryside and just a short distance from the famous open air Minack Theatre, Porthcurno Beach, the wide white sandy beach of Sennen and the Legendary Lands End. It’s a great spot for exploring the delights of West Cornwall, including the picturesque valley at Lamorna Cove, the quaint harbour and village of Mousehole, plus the fishing harbour at Newlyn.
The bustling town of Penzance and the historic town of Marazion, home of St Michaels Mount which rises from the sea like a fairytale castle, can be reached on foot by causeway at low tide and small ferry at high tide. The area is a popular walking destination with extensive scenic coastal pathways. The marshes at Marazion and Hayle Estuary attract wildlife and bird watchers from around the world. Locally, you can find cycle trails, sub-tropical gardens, tea rooms and art galleries, including the Tate and Barbara Hepworth Museum at St Ives.
Take the scenic coastal train from St Erth to St Ives or take a day trip to the beautiful Isles of Scilly from nearby Lands End airport or the Scillonian Ferry from Penzance. Return to The Bunker and relax on the patio with an aperitif before heading off to take in an evening performance at the Minack Theatre. This peaceful, comfortable and a truly unusual accommodation will delight young and old. Beach 2 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.£131From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Porthpean, EnglandWith panoramic views along the beautiful Cornish coastline and down into St Austell Bay, this detached holiday home is set in an acre of landscaped gardens, approximately 300 yards up from the secluded sandy cove of Porthpean, where visitors can paddle, swim or hire a kayak and explore the coastline from the water. Scuba diving is also available along the coast. This large, spacious house has everything in it or nearby for a perfect, quintessential Cornish holiday, including coastal walks, golden beaches, quaint fishing villages such as Mevagissey, where a ferry can be taken to Fowey and National Trust gardens and houses aplenty. The amazing Eden Project and the fascinating Lost Gardens of Heligan are both close by. The area is full of natural and man made attractions that make this a choice destination for all the family or groups of friends, with many farm shops selling local produce for that special meal. A golf course that overlooks the bay is a short walk along the lane and an off-road cycle and walking trail through ancient woodland is nearby. Fowey, with its beautiful estuary, Royal Yacht Club, narrow lanes and historic buildings is a must. Meander along its narrow streets and browse many local shops, galleries and crafts shops whilst planning lunch in cafés and restaurants that overlook the estuary and out to sea. Activities include deep sea fishing, river kayaking, sailing and walking. For a more leisurely affair, a local hotel just minutes from the house has an impressive spa and indoor infinity pool for a day of pampering and relaxation. The dramatic north coast is within easy reach, where visitors can surf, watch the waves or visit many of the pretty harbour villages, such as Padstow, Port Isaac or St Ives, all essential ports of call for visitors to Cornwall. Horse riding, bike hire and surfing are all available nearby. Beach 300 yards. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.£344From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Port Isaac, EnglandThis pet friendly, semi-detached holiday bungalow has been equipped to provide a comfortable base from which to explore this beautiful area of Cornwall. There is a large sunny enclosed garden with a patio, ideal for alfresco dining or a morning coffee. You are just a stroll away from the centre of the village of Port Isaac, made famous by the TV series ’Doc Martin’, with its array of shops, pubs and restaurants. Easily reached is Polzeath and Daymer Bay with their beautiful sandy beaches, and further down the coast is Padstow with its shops, pubs and restaurants, including Rick Stein’s fish restaurant. From here you can walk or cycle the Camel Trail along the estuary to Wadebridge and beyond to Bodmin, and it is ideally situated to visit the many National Trust attractions that Cornwall has to offer, including The Eden Project, Bodmin Moor with unspoilt moorland at its best, and the many beautiful gardens and National Trust properties. Beach ¾ mile. Shop and pub 500 yards, restaurant ½ mile.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Winnard's Perch, EnglandThis detached timber eco lodge provides the perfect base to explore the north Cornish coastline and its many fabulous beaches, coves and dramatic cliff top walks. Snowy Owl Lodge is within the grounds of the Cornish Birds of Prey Centre, which has coarse fishing lakes and regular falconry displays (at additional cost payable direct to the Cornish Bird of Prey centre). Being close to both Newquay and Padstow there is plenty to see and do, from gourmet restaurants, among them Rick Steins restaurant, and artisan cafés and bistros to surf schools, sea fishing, cycling along the beautiful Camel Trail, to just plain lazing around on some of the areas best beaches.
Just minutes away is a spa for the ultimate pampering experience, along with a surf simulator and a restaurant run by an award winning chef. Several National Trust properties and gardens warrant a visit nearby, with the now famous Eden Project a 30-minute drive, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan within reach. Local nearby activities include surfing, tennis, golf and fishing.
The very different south coast is also easily reached and provides an alternative view of the Cornish countryside and coastline. It has a more subtropical climate with many secret coves and fishing villages to be explored, and Truro the capital has a theatre, cinemas and shopping galore - a great day out for all. Beach 5 miles. Shop and pub 3 miles, restaurant ½ mile.£72From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Germoe, EnglandKataluma is a comfortable two bedroom detached property located in a peaceful, tucked away spot in the small village of Germoe close to Praa Sands and adjacent to the old vicarage. The area is perfect for exploring west Cornwall, with the historic town of Marazion overlooked by St Michael’s Mount nearby, which sits proud on a small rocky island. Also nearby, visit Penzance, famous for pirates and its long promenade with open air lido. Visit the pretty fishing villages of Newlyn and Mousehole, white sandy beach at Sennen, Lands End and the rugged north coast is equally convenient to visit, with its scenic coastal paths, St Ives and famous surfing beaches. Nearby Praa Sands offers guests a long sandy beach, pub, restaurant, shop and golf course. The ancient town of Helston is famous for its Flora Day in May, Porthleven’s busy harbour and popular culinary delights ranging from pubs, bistros and cafés. Also, take a day trip to the beautiful Lizard Peninsula, UK’s most southerly point, with scenic coves and harbours.
The accommodation will appeal to small families and couples whatever the season. Walking, bird watching and wildlife in abundance, sub tropical gardens, surfing, water sports, bike riding, horse riding and golf are all available in the area. Take a day trip to the Isles of Scilly from Penzance by sea or by small plane from Lands End airport. Beach 1 mile. Shop and pub 1 mile, restaurant 2 miles.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Treligga, EnglandThese pet-friendly holiday barns are situated less than half a mile from the stunning north coast of Cornwall. The access is via a typical Cornish narrow road with beautiful scenic views of the sea peeping out through the hedgerow on approach. In the heart of this small Cornish hamlet, the barns (refs 30108, 30109, 30110 and 30111) are furnished and fitted to provide a comfortable base from which to explore the many attractions that Cornwall has to offer.
Each barn has a well-equipped kitchen as well as open-plan living. Each has its sitting-out area, which is ideal for watching the wildlife and al fresco dining. Each property also has access to electric car charging points which a charged for use however if you require using the charging points you must bring your lead. Note: there are no local amenities as it is a hamlet, but only a 5-minute car journey to the local village, we suggest you look at the welcome folder in the cottage to familiarise yourself with your surroundings and to discover what amenities are local to your stay.
Guests are close to the coastal path and if you walk north, you will reach Tintagel, the mythical home of King Arthur, with its array of shops, pubs and restaurants. A little further on, Boscastle with its picturesque harbour is a must. A small beach can be reached on foot, approximately ½ mile away. Travelling down the coast, guests will come to Port Isaac, where the TV series ’Doc Martin’ is filmed, and further down the coast, visit the beautiful sandy surfing beach at Polzeath and the dunes at Rock where you can take a ferry across to Padstow. From Padstow, with its working harbour, shops, pubs and restaurants, you can hire bikes and cycle the Camel Trail to Wadebridge and beyond to Bodmin.
Close by is Bodmin Moor, an unspoilt moorland at its best, and for walkers the tors on the moor are a must. Further down the coast is Newquay, with its famous surfing beaches, Blue Reef Aquarium and Zoo and if you travel to the south coast, you will find Looe, Fowey and Mevagissey, just a few of the charming coastal villages. For cycling enthusiasts, there is a cycle hub at Lanhydrock, with some wonderful forest routes to be taken. Shop, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.£51From price per night based on 7 night stay
- 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.£66From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Looe, EnglandAdmirals Apartment (UK32038) has three bedrooms, one with children’s bunk beds. It has a fully fitted kitchen/dining room with seating for 8. Captains Quarters (UK32041) is a gorgeous spacious one bedroom apartment with en-suite and a sofa bed in the living room. Commanders Cabin (UK32041) is a one bedroomed apartment with double bed, double sofa bed and en-suite. Boson Bunks (UK32048) is a one bedroomed property with a double sofa bed in the snug area and a separate shower room.
Formerly the Craigside Hotel and Riviera Apartments, these four holiday apartments are located in an elevated position off Shutta Road, the properties are conveniently positioned within walking distance of the harbourside town centre of Looe. East Looe beach is just ½ mile away and Plaidy beach is also close by.
This elevated position allows panoramic views of the East and West Looe River estuaries in the foreground set against the wooded backcloth of Trenant Woods. Looe straddles the wide river with its long bridge and stone harbour side, the town boasts a thriving tourist industry and popular with boating enthusiasts. There are a wide range of shopping and community facilities, on both sides of the river, together with award winning restaurants. With woodland and river walks into Looe, this really is an ideal spot in which to unwind. Enjoy the local renowned fish market, which sells fresh fish straight off the boats in the harbour. Deep sea fishing, pleasure trips and other water sports can all be enjoyed locally.
Walk along the Cornwall coastal path in the opposite direction to Polperro, a village steeped in the history of fishing and smuggling, or stroll the narrow lanes and enjoy the local pubs, shops and galleries. The sheltered bays of Talland and Lantic offer excellent swimming and bathing against the backdrop of the dramatic Cornish coastline. Visit the town of Fowey, which can be reached by the regular ferry across the Fowey River. The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are within half an hour’s drive. Golf, horse riding, sailing, sea fishing and kayaking are all available close by so there is plenty to keep everyone entertained. Beach 170 yards. Shop 170 yards, pub and restaurant 50 yards.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate 17 guests.£125From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Downderry, EnglandNestled within the owner’s private grounds, adjoining the dog-friendly beach and enjoying stunning sea views, these four wonderful holiday homes are in the most fabulous location for fun-filled family holidays. Each of the properties allows some flexibility of twin or double beds on request.
West Yardley (UK31200) adjoins East Yardley and accommodates up to 11 guests. On the ground floor is a twin bedroom an en-suite wet room with shower seat and grab rails, ideal for those with mobility issues. On the first floor are a family bathroom and a further three bedrooms, one of which boasts a private balcony, tea making facilities and an en-suite shower room. The open plan living space features a good-sized kitchen area and a living area with a sofa bed.
East Yardley (UK31203) also features an open plan living space with a large kitchen area. The property accommodates up to 8 guests, with a convenient double bedroom on the ground floor. On the first floor are two twin bedrooms and a kingsize master bedroom boasting tea making facilities and a private balcony.
Set all on the ground floor and featuring a wet-room, Downalong (UK31201), occupying part of a former coach house, is the ideal choice for the less mobile with a ground floor wet room with shower seat and grab rails. The property sleeps up to 6 guests across two double bedrooms and a double sofa bed in the living area. The open plan living space offers a spacious place in which to unwind or entertain, while the a separate galley kitchen is well-equipped with everything needed for creating family meals.
Occupying the same coach house, Upalong (UK31206) occupies the first floor and sleeps up to 4 guests across a double bedroom with new wardrobe/storage in response to guest feedback, an en-suite and a double sofa bed. The open plan living space offers a relaxing space to unwind, while the recently upgraded separate kitchen is well-equipped and has been upgraded with all you could need during your stay.
Each property features a private terrace accessed from the living area, offering marvellous sea views. Outside, there is a direct beach frontage and the properties are privately situated in established gardens, commanding an outstanding 180-degree panorama over the waters. Outside in the beautiful gardens each property will have its own garden furniture with a barbecue, perfect for summer evenings. There is storage available for bikes or beach equipment, and an outside shower and dog washing station. Within the private grounds are a number of seating areas including two beach shacks which feature a rather impressive wood burner. Named Sunset and Beach View, by night you can sit and enjoy the sunset and the silver moonlight shimmering on the sea.
The lovely village of Downderry features a restaurant, pub, coffee shop and a small shop all within a short walk. Ramblers will enjoy the scenic coastal footpath leading to the charming fishing ports and villages with quays. Looe is within easy reach and scenic Polperro is an enchanting village with quaint, traffic-free lanes and a fishing harbour surrounded with traditional inns and fisherman’s cottages. Take a stroll through the beautiful valley and woodland heading towards Hessenford or explore the coast and its fascinating rock pools between Downderry and Seaton, where there are pubs and a beach café. As one of the most easily accessed parts of Cornwall, you can usually expect to be on the beach just an hour after the Exeter M5 junction 31. Beach 50 yards. Shop and restaurant 170 yards, pub 100 yards.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 29 guests.£91From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Saltash, EnglandWoodside Stables holiday cottages (Beech, Willow, Chestnut and Fir) are located in the heart of South East Cornwall and situated near the town of Saltash. Woodside offers a rural location just minutes away from the A38 and the gateway to Cornwall, including miles of stunning coastal paths, cycle routes, beautiful sandy beaches and open moors! These delightful holiday properties have been decorated and furnished to a very high standard.
Set in 27-acres of Cornish countryside, Woodside Stables holiday cottages each have private, enclosed garden areas set around large communal grounds for everyone to enjoy. The outdoor space includes a large lawn area, play area and access to a woodland walk and field. Woodside Stables has been designed to suit all visiting guests from families, couples, children, grandparents and of course you can bring your dog too! Chestnut and Willow Cottage have the added bonus of a private hot tub to enjoy all year round.
Local attractions include the famous Eden Project, an amazing family day out, also home to several events throughout the year attracting famous music artists from all over the world. Freathy beach is a 20-minute drive away, or instead, spend an activity filled day at Adrenaline Quarry. St Mellion International Resort is home to 2 championship, 18-hole golf courses, situated just 5 miles from Woodside Stables. Beach 10 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.£88From price per night based on 7 night stay