is a very special part of the UK, It’s no wonder holiday cottages are super popular in this part of the world. With sea views, sandy beaches and quiet rocky coves dotted along the coast, you can spend hours making sandcastles, collecting shells or visiting towns along the coast. Dog friendly days out in Cornwall are popular as pets love a trip to the seaside too, spend your days at Seaton, Portnadler, Watergate Bay and Coombe Haven, they all welcome dogs all year round.
Exploring the Cornwall countryside on foot is great fun with the dog and one not to be missed. A tour of the Luxulyan Valley will fill you with wonder. It’s a natural woodland surrounding the Par River with decaying remains of the mining industry scattered around the landscape.
Another great day out from the cottage is The Camel Trail starts in Padstow, a route that takes walkers and your dog all the way to Bodmin Moor. Following the Camel Estuary, there are views of creeks and villages along the way.
To reach St Michael’s Mount perched 360 metres off shore, visitors need to walk the Medieval causeway. It reveals itself at low tide so you can walk, but it’s one stroll you’ll never forget. Your canine buddy is welcome on this tidal island – you can wander the harbour, village and café together, but they are restricted from going inside the castle.
Widemouth Bay, Port Isaac, Mawgan Porth and the South West Coast Path are great days out with your four-legged friend. For 7 more dog friendly attractions in Cornwall, read on: