Cornwall Dog & Pet Friendly Cottages With a Hot Tub

Sometimes, dogs need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city to stretch their legs – and so do you! Luckily, Cornwall has everything you need and more. From acres of landscaped gardens to the sprawling grasslands of the wilderness, there’s plenty of room for walking and running with your furry friend. For your next trip, discover the best holiday cottages for you and your pooch!

Cornwall Dog & Pet Friendly Cottages With a Hot Tub

  • Boskensoe Barns
    Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, Cornwall

    Located near shops, pubs, and local beaches. Luxurious barn conversion with elegant fixtures. Amenities include enclosed dog exercise area.

  • Sennen Skies
    Sennen Skies
    Sennen, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Eco-friendly holiday home with ocean-themed interiors. Private yard features double hammocks and a large lounge area. Within walking distance to the quaint village of Sennen.

  • The Old Forge
    St Just, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Charming cottage home with views of the north coast. Spacious garden suitable for al fresco dining. Nearby grasslands and trails for walking the dogs.

  • Bear Cottage
    Chacewater near Truro, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Quirky cottage with bear-inspired aesthetics. Cosy layout is ideal for couples. Direct access to acres of dog-friendly fields.

  • Viola Sea
    St Just, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Stone-front home with lots of character. Feature walls painted by a local artist. Taste a slice of luxury holidaying at the heart of Cornwall.

  • The Stables At Glen View
    Falmouth (6mls NW), Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Converted stables with modern styling and spectacular countryside views. With access to communal fields for dogs.

  • Daydreamer
    Whitsand Bay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    1950s beach hut offering uninterrupted ocean scenery. Floor-to-ceiling patio doors with roomy deck and sun loungers. Perfect for couples on weekend getaways.

  • Monterey – Tehidy
    Portreath (2mls SW), Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Luxury lodge with architectural flair. Extensive private garden with sun loungers. Includes outdoor shower for washing wetsuits and dogs.

  • Appletree Cottage Kilkhampton
    Appletree Cottage Kilkhampton
    Bude 5.6mls N, Cornwall
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Converted barn with Scandinavian interiors. Master bedroom with green scenery. Best for couples or small families.


Dog Friendly Things To Do In Cornwall

There’s no denying that Cornwall is a favourite summer destination for families and their beloved pets. The Cornish country’s sandy beaches and rollings hills are meant to be explored on legs and paws. And when it comes to lodging, there are tons of holiday lodges that can accommodate you and your pets. So, the next time you’re in town, try out these fun-filled activities to do with your dog:

Enjoy a game of catch on Cornwall’s many family beaches.

The good news is that many of Cornwall’s beaches are dog-friendly! Head down to Newquay and let your dog play tag with the waves on Fistral Beach. If you climb up north, you’ll discover Bude’s Summerleaze Beach, a wide stretch of golden sand for playful four-legged friends. And in between, you’ll find Harlyn Bay in Padstow, where a game of catch is always welcome on its pebble shores.

Hike with your pooch on the glorious South West Coast Path.

The South West Coast Path is the UK’s longest National Trail, running alongside the beautiful Cornish coastlines. Wherever you’re staying in Cornwall, you’re bound to come across one of its walking trails. These trails make for great bonding activities between you and your dogs. Take them on a quick hike and let their senses explore the numerous sights and scents on the way!

Explore the grounds at Pencarrow House and Gardens.

While dogs may not care much for history, Pencarrow House has many acres of unexplored woodlands that they’ll definitely enjoy! Let your pets run wild on the grounds and after a day of adventure, walk over to the nearby cafe and let them relish some dog-friendly ice cream.

Take your cycling buddy on the Camel Trail.

Pets who can keep up with their cycling partners are more than welcome at the Camel Trail! Formerly used as a railway line, this 18-mile strip was transformed to provide ample space for walkers and cyclists alike. The trail is completely traffic-free so pooches and their owners can explore side-by-side. For senior dogs, they can take their time on the leash and sniff the ground or the sea breeze!

Tour the dog-friendly military halls of Bodmin Keep.

Boodmin Keep is one of Cornwall’s finest military museums. Built in the 19th century, the museum has stood for over a century and welcomes both curious tourists and pets! Unlike other historical sites, guests can tour the museum halls with their dogs and enjoy the exhibitions and grounds. There are also trails and gardens where you can continue your exploration. Boodmin Keep is super dog-friendly and even has its own pooches patrolling the grounds!

Let your pet run free on the grasslands of Godolphin Hill.

With over 500 acres of valleys and woodlands, Godolphin Hill is every dog’s dream. Most people love hiking to the hilltop with their pets, exploring the thriving wilderness along the way. And since it’s such a vast place, dogs can run off-leash as long as there’s no livestock around. Pets will definitely enjoy sniffing the wildflowers and wetting their paws in streams. And when they reach the hilltop, they can smell the fresh air and let out a triumphant howl!

Enjoy dipping into the waters at St. Nectan’s Glen.

The woodland walk at St. Nectan’s Glen is the ultimate trip for nature-loving guests and their pets. Well-behaved dogs can follow the moss-covered trail leading up to the waterfall. On the way, treat the senses with the pillars of an old monastery, the river’s flow, and the thick natural canopy. Upon reaching the waterfall, dip your toes and paws in the cold pool and enjoy the sounds of rushing water. It’s important to maintain a peaceful atmosphere, so make sure that your pup isn’t prone to spontaneous howls!

Take your pet and tour the trains at Lappa Valley.

Although best known for its steam railway, Lappa Valley in Newquay is equally famous for being a dog-friendly local attraction. For a small fee, well-behaved dogs can join on the railway, canoes, and nature walks. The valleys also have sprawling grounds and lakes for families and their pets to enjoy. Dogs mostly love the expansive gardens where they can roam with their owners and sniff the flowers!

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