There are so many incredible dog friendly hotels in Cornwall, here’s our round up of some fantastic hotels by the sea — with a few sneaky discounts and last minute offers for you.
This beautiful hall overlooking the Fowey estuary and the sea beyond is a family friendly hotel with spa, swimming pool, trampoline and play area and breathtaking views from its grounds. There are 36 rooms, starting at £160 and Fowey Hall accepts two well behaved dogs per room, which must be kept out of dining areas and on a lead in public grounds.
Hotel Tresanton is a really luxurious boutique hotel in the beautiful fishing village of St Mawes. Four of the 30 rooms allow dogs: Room 1, A suite with a sea view and terrace in Little Tresanton; Room 28: a room with a sea view on the ground floor of The Nook; Room 30 which has a terrace, but no sea view on the first floor of The Nook; and Room 31 with a private garden, on the ground floor of Rock Cottage. There is a £20 charge a night for dogs, they are provided with beds, blankets and bowls and are allowed on the restaurant terrace and in the lounge bar, where dinner can be arranged specially for you if you wish to dine with your pooch. Dog walking can also be arranged-
Offer: Discounts on one night stay, lunch special and a literary package were available at the time of posting. Click here for details.
Calming, muted colours and beach house style will help you relax iat the renowned Hell Bay Hotel on Bryher in the Isles of Scilly. There is a heated outdoor swimming pool, tennis court,and spa to keep you occupied and entertained. Ground floor rooms are dog friendly, Pet bowls and blankets will be provided for your canine companion, and all of the beaches are year round dog friendly. Dogs are permitted in all areas of the hotel and grounds aside from the bar and restaurant. Guests are welcome to dine with their dog on the beautiful sun-soaked terrace.
Watergate Bay is one of the UK’s great dog-friendly beaches. Two miles of wide, sandy playground, award-winning eateries and it’s open to dogs all year round. Located right on the beach, The Watergate Bay Hotel offers contemporary luxury and comfort . Dogs can stay in first (on the ground) and second floor Ocean Wing rooms and all Coach House rooms. They are charged at £15 per night for the first dog and £5 per night for an additional dog. Guests are permitted to bring up to two dogs per room. Dogs can join you for meals in The Beach Hut restaurant and The Living Space lounge bar.
A grand, old Cornish hotel, the Headland is an iconic building in Newquay, famed as the setting for the film of The Witches by Roald Dahl. The hotel is certainly decadent, but the star attraction here is Fistral Beach, one of Cornwall’s most famous beaches; host to international surfing events, and dog friendly all year round. Dogs are welcome in all the hotel rooms and self catering cottages – even wet and sandy ones, as long as they are well-behaved, according to the hotel website. The hotel charge £20 per dog, per night, and they provide a dog bowl, blanket, food and some treats. Dogs aren’t allowed indoors in either main restaurant, although there are other bars and lounges where you can have the dog with you while you eat and drink. Also, reception will, when possible, look after your dog while you enjoy a your meal.