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On days when your dog isn’t in dog day care Truro it’s sometimes a little tricky planning great days out. That’s why we’ve launched a new series; Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s Dog Friendly Tour of Cornwall. Each post will focus on a new Cornish town covering everything from the best walks, restaurants and cafes, places to stay, gardens and tourist attractions. This week we’re focusing on Truro, but stay tuned as we may be covering your town next…
Falmouth Bay Seafood Café
With a menu focusing on fresh, local seafood, and a gorgeously sunny lawn this is an ideal summer lunch spot. There’s a great express menu where you can get 2 courses £15.00 or 3 courses £17.95 as well as good vegetarian options on the main menu. Dogs on leads are welcome in the restaurant and the garden during lunch, between 12-3pm.
Just one mile from the city centre, sitting on the Truro River you will find Boscawen Park. The park has a recently refurbished play area, formal floral bedding as well as tennis, football and cricket pitches There’s also a lovely duck pond so it’s a great spot to take the kids. Dogs are welcome on leads throughout the park, and in the park’s cafe, but there’s also a dedicated dog exercise area at the top of the tennis courts where you can run around with your pooch and play fetch. So it’s an ideal Truro dog walking spot.
The Alverton Hotel is a luxury, Grade II listed hotel just outside Truro’s city centre. It was designed by the same architect who planned the city’s Cathedral and is brimming with charm and character. They do not accept dogs in the courtyard rooms but they do allow dogs in the rest of the hotel for a supplement of £10 per night. They also have wonderful private gardens which your dog can explore, as well as an al fresco terrace and bar which allows dogs.
If you’ve got any recommendations to share leave a comment below or let us know on Facebook. We’d love to hear your thoughts. Don’t forget we’re here to help with all your Truro dog dog care needs; whether there’s a not-so-dog-friendly activity you have in mind, you’re busy with work or you’ve booked a holiday. Our luxury home-from-home environment, and constant supervision will make sure you and your dog feels at ease.