Top 10 Dog Walks in Cornwall
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
When it comes to dog walks in Cornwall there is so much choice – the South West Coast Path offers miles of fabulous routes to explore with your four legged friend by your side. There are also wonderful woodland walks and country parks. Explore deep into the woods at Cardinham Woods in Bodmin or take your dog for a coastal walk along the Lizard Peninsula to the gorgeous fishing hamlet of Mullion Cove past the sandy beach of Polurrian Cove ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Beaches in Cornwall
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
With one of the longest stretches of coastline in England hosting over 300 dog-friendly beaches, you and your four-legged friend will love it here in Cornwall! Most of the beaches are long and sandy providing the perfect setting for hours of fun for your dog to run across the beach and splash in the sea. One of the best choices for a dog-friendly holiday, Cornwall never disappoints and with beautiful headlands and estuaries there is a lot to explore.  Here ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Pubs & Eateries in Cornwall
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
After a busy day exploring the fabulous sandy beaches and rugged coastal walks, you’ll want to find somewhere to eat where your four-legged friend will be as welcome as you are. Luckily Cornwall is teeming with places to eat that welcome dogs, whether it’s a beachside cafe, an award-winning restaurant or a fabulous coastal inn. We’ve put together some of our favourite pubs and eateries in Cornwall, where you can enjoy fabulous food sourced from local ingredients, while your dog ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Cottages in Cornwall
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
Cornwall continues to be one of our all time favourite dog-friendly destinations – with its dramatic scenery, brilliant beaches and fabulous country and coastal walks. You and your dog will love exploring the famous beaches of Polzeath, Daymer Bay or St Ives or taking your dog for a walk along the Camel trail. But where to stay? We’ve rounded up some truly dog-friendly cottages, beach houses as well as luxury villas in wonderful beachside and rural settings where your dog ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Hotels in Cornwall
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
Cornwall is one of our favourite dog-friendly destinations. With miles of golden sands,  dramatic clifftop walks, fabulous fishing towns and charming seaside villages, Cornwall is one of the most dog-friendly places in the UK. There are plenty of wonderful dog-friendly places to stay in Cornwall, many with fabulous beachfront locations  and stunning views, but to help you find the perfect property for you and your best furry friend, we’ve sniffed out the best. Suitable for all breeds and budgets, these ..read more
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Top 10 Wonderful Dog-Friendly Winter Escapes
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
Forget skiing in the Alps or chasing winter sun when it’s so much more fun to escape with your trusty hound on a UK winter break. Enjoy crisp winter walks in the sunshine, cosying up by a roaring fire and fabulous gourmet meals for both you and your dog at one of our carefully curated dog-friendly hotels. So whether it’s a luxury country house hotel in the Cotswolds or Snowdonia, a Michelin starred manor house in Wiltshire or a luxurious ..read more
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Top 10 Dog Walks in Devon
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
Devon has a myriad of wonderful walks that you and your best furry friend will love from the South West coast path which stretches across 205 miles to the forests, moorlands, valley trails and craggy landscapes of the Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks as well as Castles and country parks too. Embark on one of these countless trails and enjoy the fantastic views, fresh air and off lead frolics. You may even discover some interesting haunts and historic sites along ..read more
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Five Spellbinding Dog-Friendly Hideaways for Halloween
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by Charlotte Pritchard
3M ago
Thinking of taking your furry companion with you for a spooky weekend away? No need to leave fido behind on a magic weekend getaway – head to somewhere atmospheric, gothic and glamourous! Perhaps a dog-friendly historic hotel, castle or even a former jail on the Moors.  Dine in an enchanting candle lit restaurant or cosy up with your four-legged friend beside a roaring fire. Many of our historic hotels have glamorous bars where you can sip a dark and stormy cocktail ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Pubs & Eateries in the Lake District
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by Charlotte Pritchard
4M ago
For breathtaking scenery and fine cuisine using local ingredients, The Lake District is the perfect place to dine with your dog. For lovely pubs, restaurants and cafes close by that offer great places to sit, relax and eat with your four-legged friend, check out our top dog-friendly places to eat in the Lake District that are more than dog-welcoming. With many offering doggy biscuits, pet-friendly beer and maps of local walking routes, your best furry friend will be spoiled with ..read more
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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Cottages in the Lake District
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by Charlotte Pritchard
4M ago
The Lake District continues to be one of our favourite dog-friendly destinations – with its breathtaking landscapes, mountains, fells and lakes for you to explore with your trusty hound by your side. You and your dog will love climbing up Catbells, taking a cruise across Lake Windermere or enjoying lakeland strolls or woodland walks. But where to stay? We’ve rounded up some truly dog-friendly cottages and ancient halls in wonderful rural locations where your dog will feel as welcome as ..read more
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