The following dog friendly hotels are within 20 miles.
Hotel set in 65 acres of sub-tropical gardens and parkland on the banks of the Helford River. The hotel has outstanding leisure facilities and an award-winning restaurant. The local area offers a wide variety of walks that you and your dog will enjoy.
Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. For stays of 1-6 nights dogs are charged at £7.75 per dog per night and for stays of 7 nights or more dogs are charged at £6.25 per dog per night. Dogs are not allowed in public rooms. They are allowed in the hotel grounds on a lead and there is a dog exercise area, where dogs can be taken off their lead. Complimentary bed covers are provided for the bedrooms. Please clean up after your dog.
Family run country house hotel set in magnificent nine-acre gardens that lead down to a private beach. The comfortable bedrooms have garden views and are situated in a more modern building than the main house. Regional and seasonal produce is served in the elegant conservatory restaurant. Self catering is also available in the former head gardener's cottage set within the gardens.
Dogs are very welcome and are charged at £10 per night per dog, excluding food.
Just two miles from central Falmouth, this extended Victorian manor house is set in six acres of peaceful gardens and woodland. Bar snacks can be taken in the lounge bar or dinner, made using local produce, is available in the hotel restaurant. If you are lucky you may even get freshly laid eggs with your breakfast from the resident chickens.
Dogs are welcome at a charge of £7.50 per dog, per night. Please bring your dog's bedding.
Set in 12 acres of landscaped gardens on a cliff top, just above a private sandy beach, this recently rennovated hotel offers stunning views across Mounts Bay. The family run hotel also has individually styled bedrooms, an all-day terrace restaurant and a leisure club. Delightful self catering bungalows and apartments are also set in the hotel grounds.
Dogs are welcome in the ground floor bedrooms.
The hotel stands on the cliff top overlooking the harbour and fishing cove with uninterrupted sea views. There is a heated swimming pool and sun terrace within the hotel gardens.
With our fantastic location for coastal walking Mullion Cove hotel warmly welcomes dogs and every dog is greeted with their own special ‘Welcome Pack’ when they stay with us highlighting ‘Dog Friendly’ beaches and places to visit. We ask however, that all Dog Owners are very respectful of the ‘Mullion Doggy Code of Conduct’ and considerate of all guests staying with us. On the ground floor, the smaller lounge is now dog friendly.
BEST WESTERN Penmere Manor Hotel
Mongleath Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4PN
T: 01326 211411View the website 6.32 miles away.
The BEST WESTERN Penmere Manor Hotel in Falmouth offers the ideal place to stay. Set in 5 acres of beautiful surroundings, this elegant Georgian house has a proud history of hospitality, having earned a reputation as a friendly, professionally run hotel over the last 36 years!
Dogs are welcome in the hotel bedrooms.
Attractive ivy covered hotel situated in prize winning gardens with views across Falmouth Bay and the surrounding countryside. The hotel, which prides itself on friendly service, is centrally positioned between the main beaches and only a few minutes walk from the town centre. Bedrooms are well equipped and comfortable and the hotel has a leisure centre with an indoor heated swimming pool.
Dogs are allowed in the bedrooms at a charge of £8 per dog per night. Dogs are not allowed in public areas of the hotel.
Victorian villa hotel overlooking Kimberley Park and a short walk from Falmouth's beaches. The hotel bedrooms are comfortable and individually furnished.
Dogs are accepted by prior arrangement and generally at no extra charge.
The Lerryn Hotel enjoys stunning views over Pendennis Castle and the Lizard Peninsula and is close to Gyllyngvase beach. Many of the bedrooms have sea views.
Dogs allowed by prior arrangement.
The Falmouth Hotel has a prime sea front location, overlooking Pendennis Castle. This friendly hotel has comfortable bedrooms, most of which have sea, harbour or garden views and premier rooms with balcony and spa bath. The hotel also offers an award winning restaurant and first class leisure facilities. Self catering cottages and apartments are also available in the beautiful gardens.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement at a charge of £8 per night, excluding food. Dogs are permitted in the guest rooms only and not in public areas. There is no charge for guide dogs.
This charming 18th Century former coaching inn has well-furnished public areas, including the popular Coach Bar and Trevithick Restaurant. The hotel bedrooms are also decorated to a high standard and one of the bedrooms has its own lounge.
Well behaved/toilet trained dogs are allowed in some of the bedrooms and the hotel bars. Dogs on a lead are welcome in all public areas except the restaurant. There are lots of nearby walks and beaches suitable for exercising your dog.
The Idle Rocks is a luxury hotel that sits on the edge of the harbour wall in the quaint fishing village of St Mawes. The splendid sea views can be enjoyed from the bar, lounge and terrace, where drinks are served in the warmer months. The hotel offers an award winning restaurant serving fresh local produce. Four luxury self catering apartments are also owned by the hotel.
Dogs are allowed in the hotel bedrooms, lounge and bar. There is a charge of £7 per dog per night.
Small hotel with views over St Michael's Mount and located 100 yards from Marazion Beach. The hotel has a restaurant and free wireless internet access.
Dogs are allowed in a couple of the bedrooms.
This 170 year old beachside hotel has stunning views of St Michael's Mount and the bay beyond. Bedrooms are comfortable, spacious and individually decorated in vibrant colours. Choose from the lively downstairs bar, relax in the Goldolphin Bar or enjoy a meal in the restaurant, which has spectacular views.
Dogs are allowed in both bars and the hotel bedrooms.
Surrounded by its own sub tropical gardens, the hotel looks out over the beach of Porthcurnick and across the bay to the picturesque fishing village of Portscatho. From the gardens you can walk along the Cornish coastal path or down to the hotel's sandy beach. The hotel's self-contained apartments are spacious and traditionally decorated. The popular restaurant serves snacks, tapas-style dishes and evening meals.
Dogs are allowed in the 3 ground floor studios but not in the main house. One dog is allowed per studio at a charge of £10 per night.