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Dogs Welcome

If you decide to bring Rover along to join you on your holiday in the Tamar Valley, many of our accommodation providers welcome dogs.

Your dog can have a great time with you, exploring the woods along the river Tamar and its tributaries, the western slopes of Dartmoor, the Eastern slopes of Bodmin Moor, and the country park at Kit Hill.  You may also enjoy visiting the dog-friendly beaches near the mouth of the Tamar at Whitsand Bay. 

Dogs are welcome at the beautiful National Trust riverside estates at Cotehele and Saltram, and at the Mount Edgecumbe estate with its wonderful estuary views too.

Although we have plenty of places where your dog can have fun exercising off the lead, please be do be careful with your dog around the old mining areas, and be aware that there are rare ground-nesting birds, deer and livestock in the valley.

 

 

Dog Friendly Accommodation

Bella Vista Lodge Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

This comfortable lodge, providing spacious holiday accommodation, sleeps 6 in four bedrooms (1xdouble, 1xtwin, 2xsingle). There is a fully fitted kitchen/dining area,  comfortable lounge with TV and DVD, bathroom and separate shower room and hot... more

Ta Mill Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

Surrounded by rolling countryside, Ta Mill is an idyllic place to relax and unwind. This tranquil setting offers and escape from the pressures of everyday life in a quiet ambience where nature thrives, yet only 20 minutes from the beaches of... more

The Granary B & B Bed & Breakfast

The Granary is set within 18 acres of beautiful pasture land in one of the most stunning areas of West Devon. Borough Farm is also home to pedigree rare breed sheep, Connemara ponies and some quirky lavender Pekin chickens with their fluffy feet... more

St Leonards Holiday Cottages Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

St Leonards Cottages comprise four self-contained properties - Ross, Judd, Cider House and Demelza.

Each property is immaculately maintained and can sleep up to four peopele and generally has two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and a lounge/... more

Langstone Manor Holiday Park Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

Maple and Honeysuckle Cottages

Maple and Honeysuckle cottages offer home from home spacious holiday accommodation with their own gardens where you can relax and enjoy a barbecue on a lazy summer's afternoon.

Both... more

Higher Chapel Farm Bed & Breakfast

Are you looking for a peaceful weekend away?

Higher Chapel Farm is a working dairy farm which can be found in South East Cornwall. The B&B is tucked away on the banks of the Tamar River within the... more

The Count House Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

Originally built as a Mine Office for the Devon Great United Copper Mines, The Count House was left for nature to reclaim before being trasnformed into a cosy, comfortable and light filled holiday cottage. Its setting is a wooded hillside with... more

Weddings at the Arundell Arms Wedding Venues

A Beautiful Devon Wedding Venue

The Arundell Arms is the perfect venue for an intimate and unique wedding reception. It is set in beautiful landscaped gardens amongst the glorious Devon countryside, with its own private... more

Rose Cottage B & B Bed & Breakfast

Rose Cottage is a delightful B & B with a growing reputation for a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation.
Set in the Kensey Valley close to the River Tamar, we have spectacular views of Launceston Castle, Launceston Town and the... more

Railholiday Ltd Holiday Cottages & Self Catering

Award winning Railholiday offer four beautifully converted Victorian railway carriages as self catering holiday accommodation beside the railway station in the pretty village of St Germans.
Our environmentally friendly conversions are... more

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Dog Friendly places and services

Coombe Trenchard Gardens Houses & Gardens

Coombe Trenchard house and gardens was designed in 1906 by architect Walter Sarel, with terraces, garden buildings, paths and bridges. Still a work in progress, forgotten paths, woodland garden, water gardens and the pattern of long forgotten... more

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