Dogs need holidays too, so why not take a holiday in North Cornwall with stunning beaches and winding coastal paths enjoyed by both humans and canines alike.

Bringing your dog to Bedruthan

We want to create a homely feeling for our guests, which of course means welcoming four-legged members of the family. Here’s what you need to know about bringing along your pet(s):

  • The hotel has five bedrooms for guests with pets. Up to two dogs can stay in your room – but we also recognise that not everyone is quite so keen on dogs, so we only let six dogs visit the hotel at one time.
  • Many of the hotel’s communal areas are dog-friendly, including the cocktail bar, the tranquility space, the terrace, the front section of the Wild Cafe and the mezzanine. We also have a dedicated outdoor area where you can wash your dog after especially messy walks.
  • For each pet, there is a charge of £12 per night to cover extra cleaning costs (we steam clean the room after your stay).

Dogs can accompany you during explorations along the South West Coast Path, and Mawgan Porth is perfect for morning walks all year round. Nearby Crantock beach is another favourite spot amongst local dog-walkers, with many other dog-friendly beaches being easily found around Cornwall.

When you check-in, our reception team will give you a special welcome pack with all the information you’ll need during your stay. Included is a list of nearby pubs and restaurants that will happily welcome your pet.

To book

If you think Bedruthan would make a good destination for you and your four legged friends please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01637 860 860 or email stay@bedruthan.com

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