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5 of the best dog friendly hotels by the sea in Cornwall

There are so many incredible dog friendly hotels in Cornwall, here’s our round up of some fantastic hotels by the sea — with a few sneaky discounts and last minute offers for you. Fowey Hall Hotel, Fowey This beautiful hall overlooking the Fowey estuary and the sea beyond is a family friendly hotel with spa, swimming pool, trampoline and play area and breathtaking views from … Continue reading 5 of the best dog friendly hotels by the sea in Cornwall

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How to keep your dog safe from adders

It’s summer and in some areas of Cornwall, such as heathland and the Towans, there are adders around which can give dogs a nasty bite. Mark Nicholson from the Cornwall Wildlife Trust has the following advice on how to keep adders and dogs apart Have you ever been told not to walk your dog in hot weather when adders are around? The flawed logic behind … Continue reading How to keep your dog safe from adders

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How to take your dog to the Isles of Scilly

Cornwall has so many things to offer, and perhaps one of the best, and often forgotten is the fact that you can take a dog friendly day trip (or a longer trip) to the Isles of Scilly. The really great news is that the Isles of Scilly is also really, really dog friendly, and it is easy to take dogs over to the islands. To investigate … Continue reading How to take your dog to the Isles of Scilly

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Walk: Discover Trewardreva Mill near Falmouth and Constantine

If you’re looking for a new walk in Cornwall to explore with your dog, here’s a lovely place. Trewardreva Mill, near Gweek, Constantine and Falmouth is a beautiful woodland walk and in the early weeks of May, the bluebells are ready to bloom. Trewardreva Mill is near Constantine, midway between Helston and Falmouth around 20 minutes drive from each town. The walk is an easy … Continue reading Walk: Discover Trewardreva Mill near Falmouth and Constantine

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Cornwall’s top dog shows for spring & summer 2016

May sees Port Eliot’s annual dog festival, and a string of other events for canines taking place around Cornwall. Here is the DogFriendlyCornwall.net calendar of dog shows for this season… Sunday, April 24 Fun dog show, Gulval Cricket Club, 1pm 20 classes, 1st to 4th rosettes judging starts at 1pm, £1 per class on entry to ring, plenty of parking so came and enjoy a … Continue reading Cornwall’s top dog shows for spring & summer 2016

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A guide to dog friendly Falmouth in Cornwall

We love to hear from our readers so when we were asked for a Dog Friendly guide to Falmouth we were delighted to oblige. We were also delighted that so many Dog Friendly Cornwall blog followers contributed with their own suggestions of great dog friendly accommodation, places to eat, places to stay and things to do around the town. Falmouth is a bustling harbour town … Continue reading A guide to dog friendly Falmouth in Cornwall

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10 of the best dog friendly Sunday lunches in Cornwall

It’s a lovely time of year to head out for a Sunday walk and settle down to enjoy a long, lazy Sunday lunch afterwards. Cornwall has some amazing eateries offering laid back but really delicious Sunday lunches, and many are dog friendly. Here is our pick of 10 of the best. With thanks to all the readers who have contributed. The Halzephron Inn, Gunwalloe You’ll find … Continue reading 10 of the best dog friendly Sunday lunches in Cornwall