Dog Friendly Cottages Cornwall
Sennen Cove Cottages
That’s right; we offer pet friendly cottages in Cornwall, so your dog can come with you to enjoy the stunning scenery of West Cornwall in a charming cottage. Cornwall is one of the UK's most popular holiday destinations and a perfect escape for you and your canine companion. We offer holidays in our luxury self catering dog friendly Cornwall accommodation with breathtaking sea views, sandy beaches, hidden coves and stunning coastal walks such as the South West Coast Path, plus many canine friendly attractions. A holiday in Sennen with your best four legged friend is too good to miss.
Pet Friendly Cottages Cornwall
Wherever you go in Cornwall you are sure of a very warm welcome. From a family holiday to a romantic escape, our dog friendly cottages in Cornwall are sure to tick all your boxes. With some of our accommodation sleeping up to 10, you can bring all your family, including your four legged friend, to enjoy Cornwall’s beautiful countryside and endless dog friendly beaches.
Bringing Your Pet To Our Cottages
With our cottages in Cornwall, you can bring two of your dog companions with you to explore Cornwall with you. However, when bringing your pet along on your holidays we make a small charge to ensure the holiday cottages are perfect, minus any pet hair, for the next customers, who may not be dog fans.
Although it may be a dog friendly cottage, we ask you do not leave your dogs unattended. The area has plenty of pet friendly pubs within easy walking distance and some great attractions in the area. However, we ask all dog owners to respect the places you visit, control your pet and clean up after them.
Types Of Cottages Available To Rent
You can plan your perfect escape for one to 10 people in our luxury cottages. Our dog friendly cottages Cornwall - some of which are tasteful detached barn conversion settled in the heart of Sennen Cove— have been designed and decorated to the highest quality. Set in 8-acres of the beautiful Vellandreath Valley, each holiday home has its own enclosed garden, where your canine companion can safely roam free. Plus, our self catering accommodation is just a stone’s throw away from the stunning beaches of Whitesand Bay, Sennen Cove and Gwenver Beach.
These very comfortable holiday homes are the perfect accommodation for you after a day walking through the Cornish countryside or exploring the beaches Cornwall is famous for. Our Cornish holiday cottages have everything you need, from the Wi-Fi and smart TV to the wood-burning stove, fully equipped kitchen or a BBQ. Comfy beds and glorious hot showers. All the comforts of a home away from home, but you will need to bring your dog’s bed.
Looking For Holiday Inspiration?
Our dog friendly holiday cottages are an excellent base for you, your family and your canine companions. The charming cottages allow you to chill out and relax, have a BBQ and enjoy the quiet. Or, you can also get some inspiration and discover what Cornwall offers our two and four legged visitors. Rockpools to explore, golf courses to visit, surfing to be tried. The holiday ideas are endless. If you are inclined to be slightly less active, how about visiting some of the interesting National Trust venues in the region. Cornwall’s history goes back to 10,000 BC, and there is plenty to see, and most are pet friendly.
Vellandreath Valley Sennen - ‘A Piece Of Heaven’ For You & Your Furry Friends.’
Vellandreath Valley is an area of outstanding natural beauty and a designated Heritage Coastline—meaning it is a protected coastline within England and Wales of exceptional scenic and environmental value - no undesirable development can occur here!
Evenly spaced out in the Valley, all our holiday cottages come with spectacular sea views. In fact, you can pop into the sea for a paddle then walk the 200 yds back to your cottage to dry off.
Local Dog-Friendly Walks
Sennen Cove is part of Whitesand Bay, its rolling waves are popular with surfers, and families love the wide sandy beach. Please note that from 13th May to 30th September, your dogs are not allowed on the beach from 10 am to 6 pm - but plenty of lovely morning and sunset walks. At low tide, you can walk to Gwynver Beach, a pet friendly beach with no restrictions.
Another of the lovely walks enjoyed in this part of West Cornwall is the South West coast path from Sennen Cove to Lands End, around 3.3 miles. Enjoy this area of outstanding natural beauty with a moderately challenging walk - your pet will love it. You could also stretch yourself a little and walk past Lands End to the pet-friendly Nanjizal beach.
If you head north from Sennen Cove, you’ll reach Gwyner Beach, then onto Ayr Point and the dog friendly beach of Cape Cornwall. Don’t forget you can also experience inland Cornwall’s dramatic history and beauty. Feel up to a good hike? Then how about the 6.3 miles to the Merry Maidens Stone Circle - recommend being picked up for the return journey. A walk to this rural location may even exhaust the pooch!
Explore Pet-Friendly Cornwall With Your Four-Legged Friends - A Perfect Playground
Penzance - West Cornwall
Spreading out a bit further, you may find yourself in Penzance, a historic port town in the far west of Cornwall that offers many pet friendly attractions which you and your dogs can enjoy. Finally, head to Longrock beach between Marazion and Penzance to enjoy a dog friendly beach with no restrictions.
St Ives & Marazion - Dog-Friendly Walks
The beautiful resort of St Ives, just North of Penzance, is a popular holiday destination. These are just a couple of the coastal walks you and your furry friend can go on.
St Ives to Zennor
6-miles of rugged and stunning sea views, maybe you can discover some secret coves before heading back through the rugged Cornish countryside.
St Ives to Carbis Bay
A picturesque 2-mile walk with outstanding views over the harbour.
Marazion To Perranuthnoe
Follow the coastal walk to get a good look at St Michals Mount, a historic castle and garden. Then, as long as you keep the tide times in mind, take the route to St Michaels Mount along the causeway. The island cafe is dog-friendly, but please keep your dogs on the lead.
Alternatively, another route takes you through Marazion past the Copper Spoon cafe to a very photogenic view of St Michaels Mount. On the way back, you and your canine friend can grab a beer or glass of wine in the local pub, the Fire Engine’s beer garden.
There Is More In Cornwall Than Endless Beaches
Many attractions draw people to Cornwall, the natural beauty of the area being top of the list. But maybe you fancy something different for a day out? Perhaps consider a trip to North Cornwall and Newquay. A visit to Lappa Valley in North Cornwall is a must. Dogs are very welcome, as can be seen by the numerous water bowls and doggy biscuits located around the site. You can even take well-behaved dogs on the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, as long as they are leashed and do not sit on the seats.
Wherever you decide to visit in Cornwall, from the organic farms dotting the rural locations mid-Cornwall to the artist’s favourite spots in the fishing village of Polperro and Looe in southeast Cornwall, you are sure to have a holiday adventure with some wonderful discoveries and memories.
Other Dog Friendly Attractions In Cornwall
- Gardens & parks like Enys, Trengwainton, Trelissick, Trebah, Trewithen, Trewiden and Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens
- Caerhayes Castle
- The Eden project - mid-Cornwall
- St Mawes & Pendennis Castles - South Cornwall
- Holywell Bay Fun Park in Newquay
- Tintagel Castle - North Cornwall
- Boscastle Museum of Witchcraft
- Penzance’s famous Newlyn Art Gallery
Eating In Cornwall - Are There Dog-Friendly Restaurants?
Cornwall is famed for its warmth and hospitality. While some fine dining restaurants may not accept dogs inside, many offer dining in a conservatory, where your pet is welcome. In addition, many of the local pubs are within walking distance and are pet friendly, and most provide outside seating areas.
Eating Out Locally
The Surf Beach Bar is just a short walk from your holiday cottage, serving informal meals right on the beach. Perfect for eating with family and furry friends.
Sennen Cove’s local pub allows dogs and is a great way to end a perfect day. If you fancy some medieval food, then head to The Meadery, where you, the family, and your dog can experience the warmth of Cornish hospitality.
Should You Take Your Canine Companions On Holiday To Cornwall?
Yes, there is no need to have separate holidays and the standard of accommodation in our dog friendly cottages in Cornwall is very high. However, you do have to be considerate of others and leash your dogs when required. There are plenty of beaches where your dogs can run free. There are parks in the rural locations in both North & South Cornwall, but do heed the signs around farms and pastures. So if it's a dog friendly holiday in Sennen, Cornwall that your after, book with Vellandreath Cornish Cottages today.