Hotels for Happy Doggies in South West England: Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire
Dog Friendly Hotels around Truro and The Roseland
The Editor Says: The handy thing about the Truro and the Roseland Peninsula area of Cornwall is that it’s central to places and stuff. If it’s a bit of mucking about on the beach you fancy then there are options at nearby St. Agnes on the north coast, as well as being where you can wander a fabulous stretch of coast path. Trewithen Gardens near Grampound also accept dogs (on leads, of course) while pooches can also mooch in the grounds of St. Mawes Castle on the Roseland. And Carne Beach allows canine holidaymakers all year round, too.
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 Alverton, Truro
A Grade II listed building and formerly a convent, The Alverton is a country house hotel offering 33 individually styled guest rooms. The city centre of Truro is just a short walk away, while its location means that both the north and south coasts of Cornwall are within easy driving distance. The hotel features its own restaurant. Paws Policy: Pets accepted. No further details available.
A landmark of the little waterside town of St. Mawes, The Rising Sun offers 8 guest bedrooms (including a family room) and easy access to the glorious Roseland Peninsula and Falmouth (the latter by foot ferry across the Carrick Roads). Paws Policy: well behaved dogs allowed at a charge of £15 per dog per stay.
Rustic rural charm meets 21st century chic at this little inn with rooms between Truro and Newquay. It offers accommodation via 8 guest bedrooms created within the former barn and stables, and is within easy reach of the north Cornish coast as well as the Roseland Peninsula. Paws Policy: Dogs welcome, but no specific information available at the time of writing.
This 3 star rated hotel is certainly situated in one of the most picturesque little places in the whole of Cornwall. It offers 22 guest rooms and also boasts a 2AA Rosette restaurant. Paws Policy: Maximum number of pets per room is 2. No further details at present.
Just a short stroll from the centre of Truro, this 2 star rated bed and breakfast offers 29 guest bedrooms, free WiFi and a bar. Paws Policy: £10 per dog per night. Up to two dogs can stay in the selected dog-friendly hotel rooms. The hotel can also add in doggie bed, treat and bowls.
Set amid 10 acres of its own grounds and woodlands, the 4 star Rose in Vale is very much the rural retreat. It possesses over 20 guest rooms and suites and is within easy reach of Truro and St. Agnes. Paws Policy: Dogs allowed in selected bedrooms at £7.50 per night. Dogs are allowed in the lounge, bar and hotel grounds (on a lead at all times), but not in the restaurant. Pets should have their own beds and be clean and dry. Some breeds are not accepted.