Holiday Accommodation Details for Hut and Hound, Cornwall

Hut and Hound
Hut and Hound

Crugwallins, Burngullow, ST AUSTELL, Cornwall, PL26 7TH

Hut and Hound consists of high quality dog friendly, self-catering holiday accommodation in a custom Shepherd’s Hut in Cornwall. We don’t just tolerate dogs, we actively welcome them.

The super-sized hut has its own private patio with warm and cold dog washing facilities, and this leads onto a large shared exercise field.

We provide an on-site personal kennel. This means that when you want to go out on your own you can leave your dog(s) in safety for a couple of hours. You are of course welcome to have your dog(s) in the hut with you when you are there.

We have 1 hut (that can sleep 2 people) with kitchen, ensuite facilities, underfloor heating and log burner.

The hut is designed to offer a high-quality experience whilst being very dog friendly.

We are in the countryside near St Austell, and close to The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, lovely beaches and spectacular coastlines, and other well-known places like Mevagissey, Charlestown and Newquay.

As dog owners and lovers ourselves, we are very focused on providing relaxing, very dog friendly holidays for all our guests.
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 No limit (within reason)  Yes  Yes  Yes Yes 
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Contact Details

Phil Taylor
St Austell
PL26 7TH

01726 67232

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