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Dog Friendly Cornwall

Bee & Roxy on the dog friendly beach at Hannaford

Bee and Roxy on their adventures at Hannafore

Dogs love Cornwall and frankly Cornwall loves dogs. The reason is simple. We’ve got miles and miles of long sandy beaches, acres of rugged moorland, loads of dog friendly pubs and restaurants where you’ll find your canine chum is more than welcome, and of course we, here at Treworgey, are a pooches paradise. So there’s no need to pack man’s best friend away in a kennel, let him or her get a real taste of the outdoor life on a great dog friendly holiday in Cornwall.

Bee and Roxy, the current Treworgey canine residents, give you their top tips for days out in Cornwall.

A trip to Cornwall is never the same this time of year without a trip to one of Cornwall’s beautiful beaches, which can be hard when you have a dog with you because not all of Cornwall’s beaches are dog friendly.  We have a map of all the beaches in Cornwall, including which beaches are dog friendly, up in our information room for your reference during your stay.  If you want to plan your stay before you arrive, then  have a look at the map – Dog Friendly Beaches in Cornwall.

Bee and Roxy’s favourites are:

  • Hannafore
  • Talland
  • Porthallow
  • Watergate Bay

Looe is extremely dog friendly with most of the cafés and pubs offering your thirsty pooches a drink. Our top tip in Looe for a yummy meal with your dog is The Courtyard.  They are very friendly and welcoming to people and dogs alike. The yummy local produce is turned into delicious food (my favourite is the local caught and hand made fish goujons with homemade chips!)

You may have seen about The Eden Project becoming dog friendly joining the likes of  The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Trelissick Gardens. There are many other attractions, which welcome our pet pooches like St Mawes Castle and Wheal Martyn Museum.

When planning your trip to Cornwall why not take a look at the Visit Cornwall website tick the dog friendly box and they will show you all the wonderful places you can enjoy with your whole family.

Of course, if you are looking for somewhere to stay, we at Treworgey will be happy to give you and your dogs a warm welcome and advice on the local area.  For our details, please go to the Treworgey website

Zoe Snowdon
Treworgey Cottages
PL14 4PP

September 9, 2013 This post was written by Categories: Places to visit Tagged with:
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