When going on holiday, it can be hard to leave behind your beloved four-legged friend. At Aspects Holidays we understand how important your dog is to your family, so we have over 200 dog-friendly properties to choose from, meaning your dog gets to come on holiday too!
With beaches aplenty, miles of coastal pathways and acres of woods, Cornwall is a top choice when it comes to holidaying with your dog. As the seasons change and the landscapes vary, different walks and places to explore reveal themselves.
Choose Newquay for a holiday with your dog and you’ll have over 15 beaches to explore! This coastal town is one of the few places unaffected by the summer dog ban, with the majority of beaches welcoming dogs all year round. If you bring your dog to Newquay, there’s no need to miss out on building sandcastles and frolicking in the sea with the kids – the dog can even join in too!
Positioned high above Fistral Beach, Endless Summer offers stunning views overlooking the Gannel Estuary, which is just a five minute walk away. Or, head down to Fistral beach, just a 10 minute stroll away. With its own terrace, you can enjoy lounging outside with the pooch.
Located close to Fistral Beach, Spindrift View is a lovely ground floor apartment ideal for walking down to the beach with the dog. Open those patio doors and enjoy the sea air and those fabulous views.
This quaint cottage, tucked away in the centre of Newquay welcomes two dogs and has an enclosed decked area to enjoy outside with them. From Mincarlo House, you’ll be able to walk into town and along to the nearby beaches as well.
Situated right next to Crantock Bay and just a short walk from Porth Joke beach, The Granary allows two dogs and is nearby many dog-friendly places, including the local pub, restaurant and Holywell Bay Family Fun Park.
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With almost 300 miles of coastline, Cornwall is famous for its dramatic scenery and rugged coastlines. Choose a property located next to the coastline for easy access to those long walks with your dog/s, before heading back and relaxing at your holiday cottage.
Located in an elevated position above Porthcurno, Logan’s Reach enjoys spectacular views and an enviable position. Although a seasonal dog ban operates on the cove, the property offers easy access to the coast path where you can walk to Land's End in one direction or Lamorna Cove in other direction.
Overlooking Praa Sands beach, Lamorna House is a stunning property with lots of appealing features! There’s even an outside shower in the garden – perfect for washing down the dogs after a long walk, while you take a dip in the hot tub! Take the coastal path in one direction to Porthleven, and in the other to walk to Marazion where you’ll experience stunning views of St Michael’s Mount.
Situated in an elevated position above the village of Mevagissey, Pendenza is a characterful property that welcomes two dogs. Spend your days walking the coastal path to Gorran Haven and Pentewn, before returning for a glass of wine on the terrace with the pooch.
Bringing your dog doesn't mean that you have to miss out on staying in the popular town of St Ives. In fact, it's a very dog-friendly town, with many shops and cafes welcoming dogs.
Parc Cottage is one of the many properties in the heart of St Ives where dogs are welcome. Sleeping 6, you can bring the whole family to this beautiful property. Enjoy exploring the town, and why not hop on the train, or walk the coastal path to Carbis Bay?
Harts offers a warm welcome to its four-legged guests - they receive treats, a toy, an identity tag and a cosy bed on arrival! Your dog is guaranteed a wonderful holiday in this welcoming home.
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Nestled in the countryside not far from Truro, Truck House is a stunning dog-friendly property with an enclosed garden. With such a central location, you'll be ideally located to explore the nearby countryside, or either coastline as you'll never be far from the coast! Up to two dogs welcome at this lovely house.
Located inland, Snug Barn is surrounded by rolling countryside, and set on a farm, guests will be able to enjoy the benefits of seeing the animals and farming lifestyle. With two dogs welcome, they'll be able to enjoy the spacious property and rural environment.
Choose North Cornwall for a holiday with the dog/s and you won't have as far to travel. Save a few hours in the car and spend more time with the dog/s outside in the fresh air!
Coopers Hawk Apartments
Apartment 2 Coopers Hawk and Apartment 9 Coopers Hawk are modern and airy, eco-friendly apartments, perfectly located to explore Bude. Enjoy walks along the canal and on the beaches; dogs are welcome all year on SandyMouth Beach, Black Rock Beach and Summerleaze beach (on leads in the summer period).
Don’t miss out on luxury!
Just because you choose to bring your dog, we don’t think you should miss out on luxury. Choose one of our ‘Unique and Boutique’ properties for an extra special stay.
Corner House Loft
In the heart of the quaint fishing village of Mevagissey, you’ll find the beautiful Corner House Loft. Stylishly decorated and equipped with a range of mod-cons, this apartment has all you could need and more, with the added benefit of being able to bring along your dog (two dogs welcome). Stroll down to the harbour or head along the coastal path to the village of Gorran Haven, which has a dog friendly beach (dogs to be kept on leads).
Set in a beautiful valley near Bude, Bluebell Chy offers a characterful place to relax, with up to two dogs welcome. The established gardens lead down to a stream and private woods – perfect for your pooches. There are plenty of local walks and you’ll be well placed to explore numerous beaches that cross the Cornwall/Devon boarder.
The Tractor Barn
Hidden away in five acres of grounds, The Tractor Barn offers spacious accommodation with communal grounds, including woodland, meadows and a lake to explore. With two dogs welcome, this is the perfect rural location to discover the Cornish countryside.
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