Taking your dog with you on a camping trip can be a wonderful experience for all involved, giving both you and your dog the chance to interact with nature. However, if this is an entirely new experience for you, it is worth planning ahead to ensure the trip goes smoothly. Here are 5 top tips for getting the most out of your adventure: 1.Know your … Continue reading 5 Tips For Taking Your Dog Camping
Here are some of our favourite pubs with beer gardens that are worth a visit this summer…
The Cornish Arms is a traditional style pub serving both a lunch and dinner menu of Rick Stein recipes. Dogs on leads are welcomed throughout the whole pub, including the large beer garden overlooking beautiful views of the Cornish countryside.
This 16th century thatched pub was a recent finalist in Cornwall Life’s dining pub of year competition along with being featured in the AA good pub guide. Visit on a Sunday for a traditional roast in the garden or terrace, but be sure to book ahead as it is very popular with dog owners.
Here are a selection of dog friendly cottages, apartments and chalets which offer beautiful views of the Cornish coastline 1.Waves, Watergate Bay Waves is a selection of sleek, contemporary apartments situated within 100 metres of the wonderful wide, dog friendly beach that is Watergate Bay. Designated dog friendly apartments are available for up to 6 guests with the option of either a … Continue reading 5 Dog Friendly Places to Stay Overlooking the Sea
If you’d like to get off the beaten track and enjoy a day out with your dog, you could try heading down to Helford. Tucked away on the southern banks of the beautiful Helford River, this little village with its thatched cottages, waterside pub and village shop is largely a well-kept secret amongst the yacht owners who venture up the river and millionaires who own … Continue reading Enjoy a Dog Friendly Day out at Helford, Cornwall
Stand Up Paddleboarding is easier than it looks and lots of owners take their dogs along for the ride. Here are some photos and articles about how to try it… Continue reading Dogs Stand Up Paddleboarding
Many Cornish beaches have dog bans in the summer. Want to know which beaches are dog friendly, the ones that you can take your dog to in Cornwall in the summer all day long? We’ve put together a guide where we’ve left out all the ones that are covered by sea at high tide, or which, honestly, are tiny bits of stoney cove that take … Continue reading 50 Best Dog Friendly Beaches in Cornwall
The dog show season for summer 2017 is getting under way. Here is our pick of the array of contests happening across the county. Hope to see you at some of them… Saturday, June 17th Port Eliot Dog Festival Port Eliot House and Gardens, St Germans, Saltash PL12 5ND 11am-4pm As part of the day long festival, there is a dog show with some wonderful … Continue reading Cornwall’s top dog shows for Summer 2017
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
A lovely dog friendly day out is a visit to Mount Edgcumbe on the Rame peninsula, Cornwall. Continue reading A dog friendly walk around Mount Edgcumbe
Traditionally in Cornwall, Easter Day heralds the start of a beach ban for dogs that lasts until the end of September. Whilst this is still the case for the majority of locations, new rules brought in by Cornwall Council earlier this year mean that dogs have been granted a stay of execution to enjoy some of them. The changes were a result of a public consultation in … Continue reading New beach ban rules for dogs in Cornwall