Have you ever been on a pet friendly holiday in Cornwall before? If not, you and your pets are likely to be missing out. From log cabins to chalets and more, there are some truly gorgeous dog friendly lodges in Cornwall out there for you to book into and relax in for the warm months to some.
Cornwall is full of surprises, with coastal walks and quaint seaside scenes. Where better to take your pets for a quick break? Look for a holiday park, a lone cabin or somewhere close to the sights of North Cornwall – and bring your dog!
From the lovely St Ives down to Mawgan Porth, the Tamar Valley and the peaceful strolls of South Cornwall, there are tons of great reasons to go hunting for a holiday property at this end of the country. However, there are always likely to be a few things you will need to think about before you set up a lodge break.
What’s your party size? Are you hoping to bring one dog, or two? What about ground floor holiday lodges, with a hot tub and a log cabin facade? Take a look through our fantastic list for our favourite picks.
With gorgeous sea views from every window in this cosy coastal home, this is the ideal romantic retreat for couples that love the sea breeze. Enjoy whale and dolphin watching from your luxurious private patio before retiring to the warm embrace of the wood-burning fire.
In an idyllic lakeside location, this charming holiday home features gorgeous country views and a quirky raised sleeping area, perfect for a couple and up to 2 dogs. Enjoy peaceful country strolls and stunning waterside views as you truly unwind in the tranquillity of nature.
A charming and characterful property, with a stylish modern interior, enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside from the cosy elevated deck. Visit the nearby sandy beaches of Bude, famous for its surfing and wide range of independent shops and eateries.
Located on the edge of Bodmin Moor and just a short drive from the seaside village of Boscastle, this is a wonderful base for families of up to 4 and 2 dogs to bask in the serene landscape of rural Cornwall and its countless areas of natural beauty.
This gorgeous timber lodge is nestled in the North Cornwall countryside, with easy access to the stunning shores of the River Inny. With a spacious private garden and a cosy living space, this quaint holiday home is perfect for groups of up to 6 to unwind in the countryside.
A bright and inviting holiday home, within walking distance of Whitsand beach, enjoy breathtaking views of the Cornish countryside from the comfort of your own private hot tub and visit exciting local attractions, including Mount Edgecombe Park and The Eden Project.
This cosy romantic retreat is perfect for couples, in a peaceful private area of farmland, with far-reaching views of the tranquil Cornish countryside. Enjoy your morning coffee on the sheltered veranda before venturing out to explore the nearby Cornish coast and its beaches.
This cosy cabin nook sleeps up to 4 people, and you can bring 2 dogs to stay with you. There is a double bedroom as well as a twin room, with a living space that offers TV with DVD facilities. There’s also a kitchen complete with a coffee machine and dryer.
Based in a wonderfully quiet spot just outside of Launceston, Trewithen brings you close to the seaside communities of Boscastle and Tintagel. You’re also only a few miles from the wonderful walks at Widemouth Bay, and local Areas of Outstanding Beauty are only a few miles East via the A30.
Bluebell Lodge is a roomy cabin that sleeps 6 guests and offers space for 2 dogs. A modern space, it has Wi-Fi throughout, as well as off road parking, a smart room in the lounge, and an en suite available for the master double room. There is underfloor heating installed.
This lodge breakaway is great for anglers, with coarse fishing available at the park itself. Only a few miles’ South of Padstow, you are also in a great position to explore St Mawgan and the Carnewas at Bedruthan Steps, on the West Cornwall coast. It’s a central bolthole for seaside fun.
Thimble Lodge is a stunning log cabin that sleeps 2 people and 2 pets. It offers a double bedroom, Wi-Fi throughout, and there is also a wood burner in the main lounge. WC and shower facilities are separate here, and all your power, towels and linen are inclusive.
Thimble Lodge is in a central yet secluded spot that puts you at the edge of the marvellous Tamar Valley, as well as just a stone’s throw away from Dartmoor National Park. Saltash and Plymouth are a few miles to the South, and Cornwall’s coastal wonders out West.
Ashwood is a bright and secluded holiday lodge that sleeps 4 people and has 2 bedrooms. It is a ground floor domicile and there is space for two pets. There is an open plan living room, private decking, a wood burner and a walk-in shower in the bathroom.
Within 2 miles of the local shops and pubs, this holiday chalet is close to the National Trust site of Lanhydrock, and is only a few minutes’ drive away from Bodmin Moor. You’re also close to the seaside at St Austell and Fowey, great for dogs that love the beach.
Southern place is a modern presented Cornwall lodge that sleeps 2 people with space for 2 dogs. There’s a super king size bedroom, an open plan living area and even a cinema room for you to enjoy. There’s a sky deck and furniture, as well as a private hot tub.
This marvellous property is only a short drive from the best of West Cornwall from Bodmin outwards, and is actually only a few minutes away from the Moor itself. There are further adventures to be had in Liskeard, less than 5 miles away, and it’s a short drive to Looe.
Oaklands is a log cabin location that sleeps 6 people across 3 bedrooms. This rustic getaway offers space for two dogs, has an open plan lounge, a kitchen and dining space, Wi-Fi throughout and your own garden with decking. You’ll benefit from a dishwasher, tumble dryer and TV.
Boscastle is brilliantly positioned in North Cornwall for you and your pets to explore the coastline along Tintagel, as well as the quaint scenery out towards Camelford. Bodmin Moor isn’t too far away, and the delightful fishing village of Port Isaac is well-connected through local roads. Bude is a short drive North.
A holiday in Cornwall with your dog doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, if you are just looking to take your pet for a couple of days to enjoy an open fire, an enclosed garden and countryside views, you might just be able to find yourself a great deal or two.
Why visit Cornwall at all with your pet if you don’t take to the coast? Whether you are looking for pet friendly holiday breaks on the West coast, or are keen to get closer to dog friendly beaches, there is a growing array of chalets and lodges in the region worth looking up.
Self catering is absolutely the best way to go when you start exploring the natural beauty and sea views of Cornwall! Take your dog or dogs with you for a couple of nights at a holiday lodge that’s well presented, and never too far from the local dog friendly beach. We’re here to help!
The Cornwall coast remains one of the best holiday destination choices for pet owners. From the dynamic Lizard peninsula to Watergate Bay, the stunning Cornwall countryside inland and the quaint history of Port Isaac, there really are tons to see here. Even if you’re just looking for rooms and a location within walking distance of the beach, the properties we line up for you here should help you settle into the region with ease.
Your four legged friend will love the variety of beach walks there are to explore across all directions. Cornwall is a fabulous holiday destination not only for the sandy shores, either. There are amazing family friendly attractions in the region such as the celebrated Eden Project, and you really haven’t tasted ice cream quite like the Cornish variety!
Properties found dotted across St Ives, St Breward, Lizard and elsewhere make wonderful holiday boltholes – take a look at our picks!
Cornwall is an absolutely smashing location for pet friendly holidays. Not only are the Cornish coastlines amazing for family fun, there’s nothing quite like stretching your legs down the beach, only 3 miles or less away from seaside attractions and all kinds of blissful trails. If you need activities or places to eat, find these great dog friendly days out in Cornwall and dog friendly pubs in Cornwall.
Cornwall is one of our favourite dog holiday locations, and we’re sure it’ll fast become one of yours, too. The properties found and listed here will put you at the heart of the county – don’t hold back and book a spot for you and your furry friends as soon as you possibly can!