Cornwall is famous for its fabulous beaches, and is at the top of the list as a destination for many holiday makers. And it has one of the greatest number of dog friendly beaches of any county in England. This is great news for people who want to get away, but can’t bear leaving their beloved pooch behind.
Cornwall has a whopping total of 51 beaches where dogs are allowed. Plus, a further 82 beaches where restrictions apply, only 7 have a ban.
Here’s a quick look at some of the more popular dog friendly beaches in Cornwall, we’ll get to pet friendly holiday parks in a minute:
Tregantle Cliff Beach (Whitsand Bay)
But, basically, wherever you are in Cornwall you are not going to be too far from a nice stretch of sand to throw a stick for your ‘best friend’, something which makes a holiday complete for dog lovers.
But where do you stay? Well you could go the long way about things and google accommodation in areas near these beaches. Or, you could save yourself a whole deal of time and bother by following our link below to dog friendly holidays in Cornwall. The link will take you to Hoseasons website where we’ve already applied a filter to find just holidays in Cornwall that are pet friendly.
If you’re still reading this you haven’t clicked on the link! So here’s what you are missing:
At the time of writing, there were 44 pet friendly holiday parks or villages with spaces for June, with prices ranging from £249 for 7 nights. This may increase or decrease throughout the year.
£259 will get you 7 nights in Mullion, which is on the Lizard. There’s an indoor pool, live entertainment, and there are three dog friendly beaches in the area (short drive). Accommodation consists of caravans and bungalows, 13 of which are suitable for pets. Activities on are plentiful both indoor, and outdoor.
See our pet friendly holiday page here.