Dog Friendly Accommodation
We are happy to accept up to two well behaved dogs in the following cottages :
Each of the above cottages has tiled floors and has a secure courtyard or garden that the dog can be left in.
We also have a large (fifteen acre) exercise field at the front of the farm, where they can be excercised off the lead – and can swim in our ponds if they like (there is a hosepipe in the farm yard that you can use to wash them after swimming or mudddy walks !).
There are many suitable walks from the farm and in the local area (you can walk to the coast and along the coastal path), plus there are many local beaches on which you can take your dogs (there are six all year dog friendly beaches near Looe, including small, quiet Talland Bay Beach, Hannafore Beach with super rock pools at low tide, the large shingle Seaton Beach, Lansallos Beach in a quiet cove, Downderry Beach (great for long walks) and the peaceful cove of Lantic Bay.). All of the local pubs accept dogs (including our local Jubilee Inn, which is less than a mile away down quiet lanes – and has a great bear garden).
And don’t just trust what we say – but read some of our reviews on Trip Advisor :
“Walkers Heaven” – Click Here to read this review and others on Trip Advisor.
“Outstanding family, dog friendly holiday” – Click Here to read this review.
There is an extra charge of £30 per dog per stay to cover the additional cost of cleaning.
Please note that dogs are not allowed in the bedrooms.
Leave your Dog
We allow you to leave well behaved dogs in the cottage while you go out – allowing you a day away e.g. to visit The Edan Project (where dogs are allowed but not in the biomes), which is just 25 minutes drive from us.
Also, stay with us for two weeks and get 10% discount off your 2nd week.
If you have any queries about the faciliities or cottages etc. then please feel free to call us on 01503 272727 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dog Training Holidays
Why not combine your stay with training for your dog – held for an hour , three times a week on the farm (indoors). Click Here for more info.