Hotels for Happy Doggies in South West England: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire
Dog Friendly Hotels in the Newquay Area
The Editor Says: The perfect destination for the salty sea dog, what makes the Newquay area so great is the number of fabulous beaches like Watergate Bay and Mawgan Porth that allow doggie visitors all year round. And if it’s something other than mucking about by the water you fancy, dogs are allowed on leads at the Lappa Valley Steam Railway attraction and also at the Holywell Bay Fun Park. Mind you, you can reach most of Cornwall for days out if you’re travelling by car, so it makes a really tip top base for a holiday.
Booking Online: Making a reservation with Booking.com or LateRooms.com is easy and convenient. When doing so it is important that you make clear your intention to bring your dog in the “special requests” box so that the hotel or inn is made aware in advance. Please note that our “Paws Policy” information is for approximate guidance only and that the hotel, inn or bed and breakfast’s actual policies may change at any time and/or be more comprehensive. We play no part in the actual booking process.
The Headland Hotel, Newquay
One of the most famous places offering accommodation in Cornwall, The Headland Hotel is a four star rated icon which boasts the most enviable location in Newquay. Paws Policy: Well behaved dogs are extremely welcome at a charge of £20 per dog per night. Dog bowls, treats, blankets and food can be provided.
One of the largest hotels in Cornwall and boasting over 100 rooms in all, the Bedruthan Steps offers stylish and modern accommodation overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. It features an award winning restaurant, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gym and a luxury spa. Padstow and Newquay are within easy reach to the north and south respectively. Paws Policy: Welcomes well behaved dogs (and other small animals!) in allocated bedrooms.
Sometimes described as a “luxury eco hotel”, the Scarlet offers 4 star rated accommodation for adults. It features two swimming pools, a spa, and is very highly rated by independent reviewers. Paws Policy: Dogs welcome in four allocated bedrooms. They are welcome in some of the hotel’s public spaces, but not in the bar, restaurant, spa or library (and not on the beds or furniture). Dogs should be kept on a lead in both the indoor areas and the hotel grounds.
This little bed and breakfast offers just seven guest bedrooms but has been the recipient of some extremely favourable guest reviews. Many of Newquay’s most notable beaches are just a few minutes walk away, while the town centre is around ten minutes on foot. Paws Policy: Friendly dogs are very welcome (advise at time of reservation or booking), but owners need to bring their pet’s own dog bowls. Keira, the Border Collie, is Jasmine House’s own dog.
Offering just seven bedrooms, this guest house is located just a short distance to the south of Perranporth and close to the sea. It features its own bistro, and offers AA 4 star rated bed and breakfast accommodation. Paws Policy: Dogs allowed at £7.00 per night. They are not permitted in the dining room.
One of Newquay’s landmark seafront hotels, the Best Western Hotel Bristol offers three star AA assessed accommodation. Interestingly, the place has been operated by the same family since 1927 and has welcomed figures such as the late Margaret Thatcher during its time. Paws Policy: Pets allowed for the additional charge of £8 per night. They are not permitted in dining areas and public rooms.