Cornwall has so many things to offer, and perhaps one of the best, and often forgotten is the fact that you can take a dog friendly day trip (or a longer trip) to the Isles of Scilly. The really great news is that the Isles of Scilly is also really, really dog friendly, and it is easy to take dogs over to the islands. To investigate … Continue reading How to take your dog to the Isles of Scilly
Taking your dog with you on a camping trip can be a wonderful experience for all involved, giving both you and your dog the chance to interact with nature. However, if this is an entirely new experience for you, it is worth planning ahead to ensure the trip goes smoothly. Here are 5 top tips for getting the most out of your adventure: 1.Know your … Continue reading 5 Tips For Taking Your Dog Camping
If you’d like to get off the beaten track and enjoy a day out with your dog, you could try heading down to Helford. Tucked away on the southern banks of the beautiful Helford River, this little village with its thatched cottages, waterside pub and village shop is largely a well-kept secret amongst the yacht owners who venture up the river and millionaires who own … Continue reading Enjoy a Dog Friendly Day out at Helford, Cornwall
We reviewed the most luxurious 5 star Dog Friendly cottages at Old Lanwarnick near Looe, in Cornwall. If you’re looking for luxury, tucked away in the heart of the Cornish countryside, this is the place to come. We arrived at the Old Farmhouse on a clear, early spring day, with the sun softly dappling the country lanes as we approached. The … Continue reading Review: luxury dog friendly cottages at Old Lanwarnick near Looe
We’re making some big changes to DogFriendlyCornwall.co.uk Our newly redesigned website launches in October and as ever, will feature the best dog friendly places to stay, eat and visit along with dog friendly services, accessories and gifts. We’ll also be sharing our favourite walks and dog friendly beaches. If you would like your accommodation or place of business to feature in our … Continue reading Want to feature on Dog Friendly Cornwall?
If you love cycling around Cornwall, it can sometimes be a bit tricky for some dogs to keep up! And while some dog owners can literally take their dog out for a walk while they cycle, not every dog owner has a four-legged friend who has the speed, stamina or road sense to manage it. The good news is that some bike hire places now … Continue reading Take your dog for a bike ride in a dog trailer!
Find out more about Demelza Motorhome here: www.demelzamotorhome.co.uk Book Demelza for just £150 normally £200 for two nights in 2017 — (only one person can get the offer, first come first served). If you love your home comforts but want to explore all those beautiful, tucked away hidden coves and peaceful places in Cornwall, a motorhome can be a good option. You can sleep on a … Continue reading Explore Cornwall in a dog friendly motorhome
With most of the beaches now allowing dogs, winter makes a wonderful time for a dog friendly winter break in Cornwall. Wide open, empty beaches, beautiful walks and a wealth of dog friendly pubs and eateries means that you and your pet can really enjoy the county, whether you live locally and want a staycation close to home or if you’re visiting from afar. What … Continue reading Cosy cottages for dog friendly winter breaks
If you’re planning a break with friends or family, and want to bring the dogs along too, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite dog friendly cottages in Cornwall where you can all be together. LOOE ISLAND VIEW, Downderry (Southeast Cornwall) This luxury detached house sits on a hill just a short walk from dog friendly Downderry beach, and has amazing views over the sea, … Continue reading Fabulous dog friendly cottages for family get togethers in Cornwall
Here are some of our favourite (and very iconic) dog friendly cottages right on the beach in Cornwall The Spyglass, Gorran Haven uniquehomestays.com (pictured at top) Just a stone’s throw from the sea with steps to dog friendly Gorran Haven beach and interiors to die for. The cottage was once part of a Napoleonic fort and sleeps four, with a supersize king bed and a twin room. Up … Continue reading Dog friendly cottages by the beach in Cornwall