Top Dog Friendly Hotels in Cornwall

Talland Bay Hotel, Looe, Cornwall

From castles to country house hotels, beachside spas to stylish bolt-holes, Cornwall represents the epitome of escapism for many. Now, with the autumn colours appearing, a slight chill in the air and a little more tranquillity with school routines returning, it’s a wonderful time for peaceful escapes to coast and countryside joined by four-legged companions. Here, the Good Hotel Guide shares 10 of its top dog friendly hotels in Cornwall… 

The Nare, Veryan-in-Roseland

On the Roseland Peninsular, and one of only two five star hotels in Cornwall, The Nare is an old-fashioned hotel in all the best ways. With wonderful views of Gerrans Bay and rooms filled with fresh flowers, it is simultaneously stylish, comfortable and welcoming. The beach is close by, and many of the favourite pastimes when you’re here are connected to the coast. For example, the hotel’s yacht and elegant motor launch are available for use or skippered charter. The beautiful gardens also lend themselves to holidays that include dogs, who are welcomed. There is a daily charge, but it includes dinner from the dogs' table d'hôte menu. More Here

Pendragon Country House, Camelford

This former vicarage on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor is architecturally inspiring, wonderfully welcoming and beautifully decorated with four poster beds and iron roll top baths. A multi award-winning five-star bed and breakfast, the Pendragon Country House is eco-friendly and welcomes dogs to stay in their Pelleas room for a one-off charge of £5. There's no shortage of wonderful places to walk your four legged friend either, with the moors in one direction and the north coast in the other.  More Here

 

Talland Bay Hotel, Looe

This whimsical hotel between Looe and Polperro is set in a beautiful location on a clifftop overlooking the sea. With its homely vibe, it’s the kind of place you want to return to year on year, while quirky arts, crafts and sculpture both inside and out add a little sense of magic to the experience. Spot a fairy in the gardens or a melting clock in the hall - there’s a touch of the Mad Hatter about it. In this happy environment, dogs are most welcome at a fee of £12.50 a day. If they’re lucky, they might be offered a sausage at breakfast or a chicken dinner, and they will love a walk on the beach, or snuggling by your feet in the brasserie or on the terrace. There are blankets available to borrow, as well as a tap if they’re in need of a good rinse.  More Here

 

Bedruthan Hotel and Spa, Mawgan Porth

Bedruthan Hotel and Spa is an award-winning luxury hotel on Cornwall's north coast. Described as a natural playground thanks to the beach, a favourite of surfers, just below and the surrounding scenery, it has a spa, as well as plenty of entertainment for younger children, if they are joining you too. The Hotel has five bedrooms for guests with pets and many of the communal areas are also dog friendly, including the cocktail bar, the tranquillity space, the terrace and the mezzanine. And did we mention the view? More Here

 

Tresanton Hotel, St Mawes

A super stylish seaside hotel decorated and owned by interior designer Olga Polizzi, Tresanton is a collection of houses looking out across Falmouth Bay. Here terraces cascade down the hillside towards a Mediterranean-style beach club set just above the waterline. Inside the hotel, it's a light and airy space, which is, of course, superbly stylish. Listen to the sound of the waves and take in sea views alongside coastal prints and Poseidon mosaics. There are dog friendly rooms and plenty of wonderful walks around St Mawes and beyond.  More Here

 

Fowey Hall Hotel, Fowey

 

Rumoured to have been author Kenneth Graham’s model for Toad Hall in The Wind in the Willows, and deep in Daphne DuMaurier teritory, could there be anywhere more idyllic for relaxing with a good book?  Overlooking the estuary at Fowey where you can watch the boats drift by, walk the dog, or head to the beach. Fowey Hall is a dog friendly hotel where the warm welcome is extended to everybody including four-legged friends for £15 per dog, per night. More Here

 

The Old Coastguard, Mousehole

Situated in what is said to be the most picturesque fishing village in Cornwall, The Old Coastguard invites dogs to join their owners for a peaceful escape by the sea. Winner of Seaside Hotel of the Year in the 2020 Good Hotel Guide, elegant bedrooms look out towards St Clement’s Island and across Mount's Bay. All are tastefully equipped with a Roberts radio, woollen blankets and Bramley toiletries.  A blazing fire, bare floorboards and mismatched furniture come together harmoniously, and of course, you are only a short distance from the sea, just keep an eye out for the Mousehole Cat!  More Here

 

The Gurnard’s Head, West Penwith

 

On the rugged coast between St Ives and Land's End, this dog-friendly pub-with-rooms has great food and atmosphere and is the sister of the Old Coastguard. It’s splendid bedrooms look out to the sea or over sheep-grazed moors.  Simple but full of character, with fresh flowers, local art, a Roberts radio, Welsh blankets and all-natural toiletries, this is a place with a library instead of TVs. With the South West Coast Path on the doorstep, there's no shortage of good walks amongst dramatic scenery.  More Here

 

The Artist Residence, Penzance

 

The Artist Residence in Penzance is one of a small, family-run collection of stylish small hotels, brimming with Instagram-able opportunities. Done with much attention to detail, all hotels in the bijoux collection are a joy to visit, and this one has the added benefit of being in such a beautiful part of the world. Adding to its appeal, is its warm welcome of canine companions.  There is a selection of dog friendly rooms, and for every pooch that comes to stay they’ll have a dog bed, bowls and Lily’s Kitchen organic dog treats waiting for them. More Here

 

 

Mullion Cove Hotel and Spa, Helston

 

A luxurious hotel overlooking spectacular sea views on the Lizard Peninsular, Mullion Cove is a romantic hotel and spa designed for relaxation. Ideal for wildlife spotting and enjoying the best of the local area, it’s stylish without being stuffy, serves beautiful food and welcomes everyone who wants to come. The hotel has dedicated dog friendly accommodation, with no extra charge in low season and £9 per night for high season. There are lots of lovely walks nearby and if you need anything (towel, dog bowl) all you have to do is ask. More Here

 

This blog was prepared by our friends at the Good Hotel Guide, go to their website to find more Dog Friendly Hotels in Cornwall