Hotels for Happy Doggies in South West England: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire
Dog Friendly Hotels in the Falmouth Area
Trengilly Wartha Inn, Constantine
A popular country inn located on a leafy little lane, the Trengilly is the antithesis of bland corporate hospitality. Priding itself on the quality of its food and the range of real ales and wines, the place will certainly appeal to those seeking more relaxed and rural accommodation. Falmouth is just a short drive to the east, while the historic old town of Helston is also within easy reach. Paws Policy: Pet friendly with dogs permitted at the additional rate of £3 per night.
4 star rated, The Budock Vean is a classic country house hotel whose grounds stretch down to the glorious waters of the Helford River. It boasts a 9 hole golf course and indoor swimming pool. Paws Policy: Advance notice required. £8.00 per dog per night for stay of 1 - 4 nights inclusive. £6.50 per dog per night for 5 nights or more. Dogs are not permitted in the restaurant or public areas. There is a woodland area within the grounds where dogs may be exercised off the lead.
This grand old building is a landmark of Falmouth’s seafront and boasts Beatrix Potter as an esteemed former guest. It is 3 star rated and has its own indoor swimming pool. Pendennis Castle is just a short walk away where dogs on leads are welcome in the grounds, while the coast path leading south towards the Helford River is also close by. Paws Policy: Well behaved dogs are welcome with a charge of £15.00 per dog per night.
A family run three star hotel, The Trelawne is close to one of the most beautiful stretches of the South West Coast Path and also some of the finest gardens in the whole of Cornwall. The village of Mawnan Smith is little over a mile away, while the vibrant town of Falmouth is just a short distance to the north. The hotel itself features 14 guest bedrooms and a restaurant. Paws Policy: Dogs are charged at £7.00 each per day excluding food.
A classic Victorian villa, The Broadmead offers 12 guest bedrooms (including family rooms) and is located just outside the town centre of Falmouth itself. The hotel is three star rated and is just a short stroll from the historic waterfront and its attractions. Paws Policy: Well behaved dogs are accepted by prior arrangement and generally at no extra charge.
The Editor Says: Forget that dogs aren’t allowed on the main beaches of the Falmouth area during the Summer months, because there’s loads of other brilliant places to chase balls and muck about like a numpty. Four legs are allowed on most of the little coves on the Helford River all year (except Helford Passage beach), and if you can put up with the indignity of being on a lead then attractions such as Trebah Gardens are happy to have us. Oh, and the coast path from Falmouth’s seafront round to the Helford is hound heaven. But I would say that... I live there. Lucky old me.
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Not many hotels can boast their own beach (Bream Cove), but the Meudon is one. Situated just outside the quiet village of Mawnan and offering easy access to the coast path, the hotel features 29 guest rooms, a restaurant, bar and country house ambience. Paws Policy: Dogs are very welcome (a good number of rooms are allocated to four-legged visitors and their owners) for a small supplementary charge. They are not permitted in the restaurant or bar, but are in the ‘bridge lounge’.