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Cornwall has always been very dog friendly. With a plethora of restaurants, attractions and hotels that not only allow dogs, but provide special dog friendly services, there’s always been plenty of options.
Now thanks to a change in Government legislation Cornwall Council has a revised their current ban for dogs on beaches during summer. Instead of the ban running from Easter Sunday until 30th September the ban will now be from 1st May to the end of September, between approximately 9am and 6pm. As well as giving dog owners a few extra weeks to use the beaches in the spring, they can now access them much later in the morning and earlier in the evening during summer. Perfect if you love taking your pooch out for a walk straight after work! Before the change dogs weren’t allowed on many beaches during summer until 9pm.
Although these times will vary from beach to beach, it’s good news all round for dog owners in Cornwall. To celebrate we thought we’d share some of our favourite dog friendly places in Cornwall:
Stay – Sail Lofts, St Ives
With four of their luxury self-catering apartments being dog friendly between September and June, Sail Lofts is the ultimate dog friendly retreat. Just a stone’s throw away from Porthmeor beach the St Ives coastal paths you’ll be spoilt for choice with places to walk your pooch and their beautiful interiors, on site spa, and friendly concierge service will make sure you and your dog are relaxed and content.
Eat – The Vineyard Table at Scarlett Wines, Lelant
Enjoy fresh Mediterranean food with an eclectic wine selection in The Vineyard Table’s relaxed, dog friendly atmosphere. With fresh local produce and a great selection of dishes including their platters of cheeses, cured meats and local seafood there’s something to suit every taste.
Do – The Lost Gardens of Heligan
With 200 acres and beautiful greenery The Lost Gardens of Heligan is the perfect spot to tire an energetic dog out. What makes these gardens so special is the amazing variety in one place. Thanks to Cornwall’s mild climate you can walk through their productive gardens with 300 varieties of fruit, vegetables and herbs, to their exotic jungle then on to the traditional farm and woodlands. Dogs on leads are welcome all year round, so whenever you’re in Cornwall be sure to make time for a trip.
If you’re planning a trip to Cornwall soon why not make use of Doggy Day Care Cornwall’s day care facility. It’s perfect for those outings that are not so dog friendly; you can rest assured that your pooch is well looked after whilst you enjoy everything Cornwall has to offer.