Cornwall is a wonderful place for you and your furry companions to enjoy together, there's plenty of reasons to bring your dog with you on holiday but here's three that make it a no-brainer!
Dog Friendly Beaches
Marazion is surrounded by a host of dog-friendly beaches and of course the incredible South West Coast Path. You can enjoy the sun, sand warm waters and so can your dog!
Whilst Marazion Beach, in front of St Michael's Mount is not dog friendly year round (Sep-April), the east beach (access down Leys Lane beside the Copper Spoon) is a year round expanse ready for adventure.
Explore the Lizard Peninsula Together
The Lizard Peninsula has a unique geology which makes it a haven for unique plants and flowers. The jagged coastline is breathtakingly staggering and is possibly the most scenic place in the country to walk your dog.
If you ever needed a reason to go on a long walk with the pooch, this is it! Each crevice and cove forms part of the stunning scenery and the coastline is dotted with harbour towns that serve up freshly caught seafood to keep you going as you explore.
Dog Friendly Cottages
We have a number of dog-friendly cottages here, meaning you don't have to leave the pooch at home if you want to visit Cornwall. They're a big part of your life so of course you don't want to be leaving them at home whilst you're on holiday.
Our dog friendly cottages allow you to bring your pets with you so you can enjoy your holiday and not spend time worrying about how they're doing at home - giving you that peace of mind.
Bookings are beginning to fill up for Summer 2018. To make sure you don't miss out use our availability checker below to find your ideal cottage to let.
Our current dog friendly properties are: