Dogs welcome Cornish Cottages
Bringing your dog on holiday to Cornwall
One of the best things about staying in a holiday cottage in Cornwall is that you can many cottages allow you to bring your dog with you. After all, holidays just aren’t the same without our four-legged friend!
That’s why the majority of Cornish Seaview Cottages properties are dog-friendly, especially when so many are located by some of the most stunning year-round dog-friendly beaches!
We endeavour to encourage owners of properties whose cottage is in good walking country to take dogs. There are some excellent sites to visit for discovering local walks around the county: www.iwalkcornwall.co.uk/walks/ and www.cornwalls.co.uk/walking
Information for dog owners
There is a charge of £25 to £30 per pet per week or short break.
Please remember, all dogs are very welcome on the understanding that they are kept under control, exercised off the premises, and are not permitted in the bedrooms or on the furniture. They should not be left in the property unsupervised as this can result in considerable damage to the property and distress to the pet.
For the comfort of future guests, please ensure that your pet’s flea treatment is up-to-date and that you clean up after your pet. We indicate in the description if a property has an enclosed garden to help you in your choice of property, however, this does not necessarily mean that it is totally escape-proof to all pets – very few gardens would pass this test.
We should also point out that pets, possibly the Owners, may have been in a property despite a notice in the description that pets are not allowed.
In our larger properties we accept 2 dogs and on occasion, we will take 3. Likewise in our smaller properties one dog is the normal rule, but occasionally we have accepted 2 dogs. Call us in the office and we will be happy to discuss your requirements.
Before deciding to bring your dog in the summer you should bear in mind not every beach accepts them during the peak holiday time.
For further information please contact the local tourist board or visit www.cornwall-beaches.co.uk/dog-friendly.
The seasonal restrictions are usually from Easter Day or March / May until the beginning of October. Some allow dogs in the early morning (before 7 or 8 depending) and late evening (usually after 7) – the sign at the entrance to the beach will specify.
All Year Round Dog-Friendly Beaches
Bude Area: Sandymouth Beach; Summerlease Beach
Widemouth: Widemouth Bay (southside) – Black Rock
Newquay Area: Crantock, Holywell Bay Beach, Mawgan Porth, Perran Sands, Watergate Bay, Fistral, Whipsidery Beach, Bedruthan Steps Beach, Lusty Glaze Beach
Padstow Area: Boobys Bay, Constantine Bay, Rock, Daymer Bay, Harlyn Bay, Mother Ivey’s Bay, Porthcothan Bay, Trebarwith Strand, Treyarnon Bay
Tintagel Area: Trebarwith Strand, Bossiney Haven, Tintagel beach, Boscastle
Port Isaac Area: Port Gaverne, Port Isaac beach
Portscatho: Portscatho beach, Porthcurnick beach, Carne, Towan
St Ives Area: Porthkidney Beach, Bamaluz Beach
Restricted access for dogs
Bude Area: Crackington Haven, Crooklets
Newquay Area: Chapel Porth, Perranporth, Porth, Tolcarne, Trevaunance Cove
Padstow Area: Epphaven Cove, Trevone Bay
Dog Friendly Cornish Cottages