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Fun and frolics in dog friendly Cornwall

Fun and frolics in dog friendly Cornwall

I’ve just had a wonderful week down in dog friendly South Cornwall with my human Joss and Auntie Emm. What fun was had! We went to Rock to visit our great friends, the Withnalls including Tommy, the black lab cross, who is a good pal of mine. We stayed at a wonderful, homely cottage called Treglyddins, which I highly recommend, particularly for its double garden with apple trees, and it even has a pool.

Rolo on hols on Rock Beach in dog friendly South Cornwall

Dog friendly beaches in South Cornwall

Even though it was October, the first day down there was glorious and mild. I loved Polzeath beach, (dog friendly from October through to mid-May). It’s huge and action-packed! There were so many dogs and surfers rushing around and having a blast in the waves. I met quite a few new doggle friends which added to the fun.

Tommy, the black lab cross watching his surfing humans on dog friendly Polzeath Beach

Staying at Treglyddins is brilliant as it’s a wonderful 15-20 minute walk across fields to get to the lovely dog-friendly Porthilly Beach. You then walk round to Rock Beach (seasonally dog friendly). This beach is really expansive and also looks over to Padstow. In fact, you can take a ferry across to there if you want, which only costs around £6 return.

Rolo, our Wagging World spaniel correspondent with her human and Aunty Kate, walking to dog friendly Porthilly Beach.

Finally, there’s one more beach we went to which is dog friendly, called Daymer Bay Beach, which is comparatively off the beaten track in comparison to its neighbours. It’s got a good size stretch of beach and I loved rushing around its dunes and sandhills.   

So all in all, I give my visit to South Cornwall 10 out of 10, and would recommend it to all my Wagging World pals.