We understand that dogs are part of the family and you don’t want to leave them behind; so why not bring them along for your holiday too?! Newquay is one of the most dog-friendly places is Cornwall, with plenty of dog-friendly beaches and attractions.
Here are our favourite dog friendly things to do when holidaying in Newquay…
Lappa Valley Steam Railway
Take your dog on a family trip to the Lappa Valley Steam Railway. Enjoy a journey on a real steam train, visit the boating lake, a game of crazy golf, you name it! Dogs are welcome for only £1 extra! Pack a picnic or enjoy the onsite café for refreshments.
Holywell Bay Fun Park
There is nothing more fun for kids than a visit to Holywell Bay Fun Park. With free entry, free parking and over 25 rides and attractions, it’s a great day out. Dogs can’t actually go on the rides but it gives Mum an excuse to watch from the sidelines, and with various restaurants, an 18 hole golf course and an ice cream parlour, there’s plenty to keep everyone entertained!
Holywell Bay Beach
After a morning at Holywell Bay Fun Park why not visit Holywell Bay Beach? Moments away from the fun park and perfect for dogs all year round, Holywell Bay is a large stretch of sand where dogs can run free, bound around with a ball, meet other furry friends and perhaps even enjoy a paddle! At low tide, the beach is a mile long and the family can enjoy a bucket and spade day out with the dog in tow!
If your dog loves beaches as much as he loves a Bonio then we have to recommend Crantock Beach! Voted Best British Beach by BBC Coast 2013, this golden sand beach is perfect for a family day out.
Whether walking the cliffs, climbing the dunes, going for a swim or enjoying a stroll around the sandy banks of the River Gannel, this is sure to be the perfect day out in Newquay, whether you’re looking for a relaxing day of sunbathing or an active day of walking and swimming. One thing’s for sure, your dog will sleep later that night!
We couldn’t mention dog friendly beaches in Newquay without featuring Fistral Beach. Fistral is famous for it’s furry fans and the perfect place to throw a ball, chase the waves or run the entire stretch of sand. Famous for being one of the best surfing beaches in the UK, Fistral holds all of the iconic events such as the English National Surfing Championships and Boardmasters, the largest surf and skate festival in Europe. Walking distance to the town centre, close to cliff paths and many restaurants, bars and cafes, this is heaven for dogs in Newquay!
So, if we've tempted you and your pooch to visit Newquay, then view all our dog friendly cottages in Newquay >