Because we all love our furry four-legged friends (and it’s their holiday too!), if you book to stay in a dog-friendly cottage for a holiday in October, we’ll waive the pet charge*.
What’s more, from October 1st, dogs are welcomed
For those seeking somewhere to sit, stroll, picnic or simply swoon at the view, Newquay provides an endless and exquisite array of options.
But beyond the famous Fistral Beach and sprawling sands fringing the town itself, Newquay boasts a plethora
Up until Easter, dogs are allowed on many of Cornwall’s beaches, making it the perfect time of year to bring your dog with you on holiday to Cornwall.
That’s why if you book to stay in a pet-friendly cottage before
Cornwall is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday with your furry friends. We’ve put together some suggestions of dog friendly places to visit in Padstow so all of the family can go!
Walk the camel trail
Why not walk
We understand that Fido is man’s best friend and you don’t want to leave him at home; after all it’s his holiday too! Here are our favourite dog friendly things to do when holidaying in Newquay…
Lappa Valley Steam Railway
Although there are seasonal dog bans on beaches throughout Cornwall, there are still plenty of places to take your canine friend for paddle and a romp in the sand. All of the beaches described here are open to dogs throughout
Hello, Diva the dog here! My friends at Aspects have asked me to write a few words about how to create a great dog friendly holiday experience for us and our humans.
I know my humans were a bit concerned
If you fancy a stroll in the woods to escape from the Cornish coast for an afternoon, then Tehidy Woods is a must! It’s the largest area of woodland in Cornwall, and located on the north coast between Gwithian and
Because we all love our furry four-legged friends – and it’s their holiday too – if you book to stay in a pet-friendly cottage before Easter 2014, we’ll waiver the pet charge*.
Just remember to quote ‘lovemydog’ in the Additional
There is a network of pilgrim routes throughout Europe which lead to the Cathedral of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. St. Michael’s Way is one of the routes. In mediaeval times pilgrims from Wales and Ireland
Overtime, the West Penwith landscape has been shaped by man with prominent features including stone circles, Cornish hedgerows and mining pits, making this stunning area of Cornwall well worth a visit.
The Ancient Sites
If you stare at the rocky