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The reason is simple, Cornwall is beautiful and unique. There’s so much to see and do, and now is the perfect time to take it all in, with the days still long and the air still warm. Since we’ve already shared so many of our favourite dog friendly things to do in Cornwall, we thought we share some of our other favourite things to do, for times when your dog is having fun and making friends in dog day care at Doggy Day Care Cornwall.
Although befitting an ancient Greek scene, the Minack Theatre was in fact built in the 1930s by Rowena Cade. This open air theatre, with panoramic views across Porthcurno Bay, has a jam packed schedule of drama, musicals and opera every summer. Dogs are welcome to explore during regular opening hours, but are not permitted to attend performances. Doggy Day Care Cornwall is the Minack Theatre’s recommended dog day care service for theatre go-ers, so you can relax and enjoy the show knowing your pet is in great hands, and having plenty of fun of their own.
The Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s most iconic attractions. The Eden Project ensures fun for all, with things to see and do all year round, in all types of weather. Dogs are allowed, free of charge, to explore the external gardens but are not permitted in the biomes. So if you don’t want to miss out on exploring their new rainforest canopy, or the Mediterranean gardens why not register online, and enrol your pup in day care for the day?
This beautiful blue flag beach, in the heart of St Ives, is a popular spot for both surfers and holiday makers. The iconic view of the island and the expansive golden sands makes this is great beach for a day out or a lunch time picnic. However, on many beaches in Cornwall there is a dog beach ban from Easter to October. This includes Porthmeor Beach, so it’s best visited on a day when your pooch is booked in for dog day care Cornwall.
The iconic and imposing St Michael’s Mount draws visitors from all around the world, with it’s unique tidal walkway and historic charm. There’s plenty to explore from the ancient castle and tropical gardens to tasty treats from one of their two cafes and an idyllic village harbour. Dogs are allowed on the walkway, and on lead in the main village but are not permitted in the castle, gardens or grounds of the Mount. If you want to explore St Michaels Mount’s castle we’d recommend looking into pet sitting for the day.
Want to explore some of Cornwall’s most beautiful and exciting places but can’t bring your dog along? If you’re in need of dog day care in Cornwall or dog boarding in Cornwall why not register your dog? Doggy Day Care Cornwall provides premium dog day care and dog boarding in a safe and secure environment with constant supervision from our highly trained members of staff. Find more friends of Doggy Day Care Cornwall in our recommendations page.