Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly understands that your pet is an important member of your family; therefore dogs are most welcome in all of their accommodation. They pride themselves on providing dog friendly accommodation to ensure that your pet enjoys its stay in Cornwall as much as you do – a home from home. It makes perfect sense to choose Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendlywhen you need to get away from it all. All the cottages are located in great locations with stunning scenery where both you and your dog can relax and enjoy the countryside.
Booking a self-catering Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly gives you so much more freedom than hotels or guest houses. Cornwall is packed with enjoyment for everyone, whether they have two legs or four. Walking, exploring, relaxing, eating out, whatever you do it is easy to ensure that your dog is always at the centre of the holiday action when you choose Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly.
Cornwall, in the south-west of England, is an enticement for holiday makers, with its temperate climate, beautiful scenery and sandy beaches. Surrounded on three sides by water, Cornwall is a craggy, charming peninsular full of character. In total there are 85 dog friendly beaches covering the whole of Cornwall, so wherever to choose to stay in your Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly you will find a beach nearby where you can take your pet for a run or play games with driftwood, sticks and balls. Of course, there may be times of the day when your pet may not be allowed on certain beaches and you may be required to keep your dog on a lead, but it will still be an enjoyable experience for you both and this will only be applicable at some of the beaches. Please remember to always carry your poop scoop for any little accidents, thus we can ensure there will be no complaints and the beaches will remain dog friendly.
The north coast of Cornwall boasts many fabulous beaches for dogs and families alike. The beach at Chapel Porth is tucked away in a small bay; its peaceful setting makes it a great place to spend time relaxing and watching the sea. The exhilaration of the fresh sea air will make your cosy Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly an ideal place to return to at the end of the day. At Perranporth you will find three miles of golden sands; this is quite typical of the beaches to be found on the north coast. Or go a little further along the coast to Crantock beach which is to be found on the River Gannel Estuary. This is a super place to have a picnic amongst the sand dunes and there is a shallow river that meanders all the way through the sandy beach. It is a perfect place for children to explore and your four legged friend as well! For the picnic you could always try some of the locally produced traditional food, such as Cornish pasties – a great treat.
A visit to Bude makes a nice day out, with its canal and majestic Victorian terraces. The seafront has been refurbished, the town centre has all the usual amenities and to end up on the popular Summerleaze Beach is a perfect way to spend the day, before returning to your Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly for a tranquil evening.
The south coast too has many fabulous beaches. Whitsand Bay has five miles of golden sand with wide, wide beaches, perfect for families as well as being a favourite haunt of surfers.
A visit to the village of Polperro is a pleasant day out. This quaint rustic community has a small fishing harbour where tiny fishermen’s cottages appear to cling to the rocks. By today’s standards Polpèrro is relatively free of traffic. You are able to meander around the narrow streets and browse in the many shops selling locally made crafts and confectionary. From here there is also a coastal footpath via the cliffs and your efforts will reward you by exposing several little-known beaches which are often vacant even in summer. Your dog will love this area too.
Lostwithiel is another charming village in this region. Full of history, with its 12th century castle, built for Edward the Black Prince. Lostwithiel was once the capital of the county of Cornwall. The streets are packed with antique shops – an ideal place to stop off and browse and enjoy barter. Or, if you’re looking for something a little more tranquil, there are many beautiful riverside walks for you and your dog to enjoy. As always you know that after a pleasant but tiring day you can return to the comfort of your Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly.
The village of Charlestown is certainly worth a visit. It has tall ships in the harbour and an incredible row of 18th century cottages in virtually perfect condition, which transport you back to Georgian Cornwall. If you get the feeling you have been here before – even though you know you haven’t – don’t be surprised. This inimitable site has been used in TV series and films.
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The beaches of Duporth and Porthpean are close to St. Austell and known for their “family friendly” qualities. Falmouth has a curious continental feel to it with its palm trees alongside the roads. It is quite a large town. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is worth a visit and the ladies will enjoy the shopping.
The lovely village of St. Agnes is enjoyed by many visitors. St. Agnes boasts a great coastal footpath, so unearth those hiking boots and take advantage of the bracing sea air and get some exercise with your faithful friend. After an exhilarating day you are safe in the knowledge that you have that comfortable Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly accommodation to return to!
There are so many interesting and unique places to visit in Cornwall; it is hard to fit everything in. Rest assured, however, that wherever you want to base yourself you will find a suitable Holiday Cottages Cornwall Dog Friendly to provide you and your dog with every comfort to ensure that you both have a wonderful holiday.