That’s why at Beach Retreats we offer dog friendly holidays in over two thirds of our holiday cottages in Cornwall.
All our cottages are within a close proximity to a pet friendly beach, where they can explore the caves, dig up the sand, splash in the waves and meet new friends. And after all of that, you and your dog can sit back and enjoy some food at one of Cornwall’s many dog friendly beachside cafes, pubs and restaurants; sounds like the perfect holiday to us!
We charge £35 per dog per stay.
Don’t leave your dog in the property alone.
Keep your dog under control in communal areas.
And don’t forget to clean up afterwards…
If you’d like to know more about our dog friendly holiday’s including information on local dog friendly beaches, restaurants and attractions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
*some beaches welcome dogs all year round, some impose a seasonal ban during summer months. Check with the reservations team when booking.
World famous for its fantastic surf, Fistral beach boasts a wide expanse of sand, backed by high cliffs and sand dunes perfect for those holidaying with their four-legged friends. Dogs can run, dig and catch a ball all year round, sharing it with professional and local surfers alike.
With three miles of golden sand, Perranporth beach in north Cornwall is a golden haven for dogs as well as their owners. The Watering Hole located directly on the beach welcomes dogs with open arms, while there are many other pet friendly pubs and restaurants nearby.
Watergate Bay is dog friendly year-round and actively encourages you to bring your dogs onto the sand to play. With over two miles of sandy beach with rock pools and sea caves to explore, it’s fair to say your dog will love it here. And once you’re both tired out, head to The Beach Hut for a bite to eat.
Popular with families and surfers, Widemouth Bay offers plenty of nooks and crannies for your furry friends to explore. Just 3 miles south of Bude, those holidaying with dogs can walk the South West Coast Path, grab a bite to eat at a dog-friendly restaurant or explore the bays rockpools.
Mawgan Porth offers a sheltered stretch of beach halfway between Newquay and Padstow, with ample golden sand for everyone. The shallow stream makes great for paddling and having a splash around, before heading to the dog-friendly Catch Seafood Restaurant.