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Fieldhead HotelPortuan Road, Hannafore, Looe, Cornwall PL13 2DR
T: 01503 262689
www: Fieldhead Hotel
Family run hotel overlooking the bay, with fabulous sea views. Both public areas and bedrooms are smartly decorated and furnished. The restaurant changes its menu daily to feature the best in local produce.
Dogs are welcome to stay in bedrooms but are not allowed in public rooms or the hotel grounds, except assistance dogs. Dogs are charged at £7.
The Wellington HotelThe Harbour, Boscastle, Cornwall PL35 0AQ
T: 01840 250202
www: The Wellington Hotel
Friendly turreted hotel which is a good base to explore the South West Coastal Path. The bar serves a good range of local drinks and home cooked bar meals.
Dogs are welcome at a charge of £5 per night, which includes a bed, towel and a treat. Doggie discounts for stays of 4 nights or more.
Camelot HotelDowns View, Bude, Cornwall EX23 8RE
T: 0800 7812536
www: Camelot Hotel
Privately owned hotel situated next to a golf course with views across the fairways to the sea. There is a bar, games room, lounge, sun deck and restaurant.
There are a limited number of bedrooms where dogs are welcome, if they are not too muddy! There is a charge of £8 per dog per night and dogs are not allowed in the bar lounge or restaurant.
The Hotel PenarvorCrooklets Beach, Bude, Cornwall EX23 8NE
T: 01288 352036
www: The Hotel Penarvor
This hotel has some of the best views in Bude, overlooking Crooklets beach. The hotel garden backs on to the National Trust Coastline and footpath. Most of the bedrroms have sea views, the popular restaurant serves fresh local produce and the lounge bar has stunning views across the bay.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms at a charge of £6 per night each.
Tyacks27 Commercial Street, Camborne, Cornwall TR14 8LD
T: 01209 612424
This charming 18th Century former coaching inn has well-furnished public areas, including the popular Coach Bar and Trevithick Restaurant. The hotel bedrooms are also decorated to a high standard and one of the bedrooms has its own lounge.
Well behaved/toilet trained dogs are allowed in some of the bedrooms and the hotel bars. Dogs on a lead are welcome in all public areas except the restaurant.
Crantock BayWest Pentire, Crantock, Cornwall TR8 5SE
T: 01637 830229
www: Crantock Bay
Child-friendly family run hotel with spectacular sea views. The excellent hotel facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, gym, sun terrace and 9 hole putting green.
Dogs are allowed in all of the bedrooms and throughout the hotel grounds. They are not allowed in any of the public rooms.
Falmouth HotelCastle Beach, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4NZ
T: 01326 312671
www: Falmouth Hotel
The Falmouth Hotel has a prime sea front location, overlooking Pendennis Castle. This friendly hotel has comfortable bedrooms, most of which have sea, harbour or garden views and premier rooms with balcony and spa bath.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement at a charge of £8 per night, excluding food. Dogs are permitted in the guest rooms only and not in public areas.
Green Lawns HotelWestern Terrace, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4QJ
T: 01326 312734
www: Green Lawns Hotel
Attractive ivy covered hotel situated in prize winning gardens with views across Falmouth Bay and the surrounding countryside. The hotel, which prides itself on friendly service, is centrally positioned between the main beaches and only a few minutes walk from the town centre.
Dogs are allowed in the bedrooms at a charge of £8 per dog per night. Dogs are not allowed in public areas of the hotel.
Penmorvah ManorBudock Water, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5ED
T: 01326 250277
www: Penmorvah Manor
Just two miles from central Falmouth, this extended Victorian manor house is set in six acres of peaceful gardens and woodland. Bar snacks can be taken in the lounge bar or dinner, made using local produce, is available in the hotel restaurant.
Dogs are welcome at a charge of £7.50 per dog, per night. Please bring your dog's bedding.
The Lerryn HotelDe Pass Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4BJ
T: 01326 312489
www: The Lerryn Hotel
The Lerryn Hotel enjoys stunning views over Pendennis Castle and the Lizard Peninsula and is close to Gyllyngvase beach. Many of the bedrooms have sea views.
Dogs allowed by prior arrangement.
Budock Vean HotelHelford Passage, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5LG
T: 01326 250288
www: Budock Vean Hotel
Hotel set in 65 acres of sub-tropical gardens and parkland on the banks of the Helford River. The hotel has outstanding leisure facilities and an award-winning restaurant.
Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. For stays of 1-6 nights dogs are charged at £7.75 per dog per night and for stays of 7 nights or more dogs are charged at £6.
Broadmead Hotel66-68 Kimberley Park Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 2DD
T: 01326 315704
www: Broadmead Hotel
Victorian villa hotel overlooking Kimberley Park and a short walk from Falmouth's beaches. The hotel bedrooms are comfortable and individually furnished.
Dogs are accepted by prior arrangement and generally at no extra charge.
BEST WESTERN Penmere Manor HotelMongleath Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4PN
T: 01326 211411
www: BEST WESTERN Penmere Manor Hotel
The BEST WESTERN Penmere Manor Hotel in Falmouth offers the ideal place to stay. Set in 5 acres of beautiful surroundings, this elegant Georgian house has a proud history of hospitality, having earned a reputation as a friendly, professionally run hotel over the last 36 years!
Dogs are welcome in the hotel bedrooms.
Fowey HotelThe Esplanade, Fowey, Cornwall PL23 1HX
T: 0800 0053904
www: Fowey Hotel
Victorian hotel set in a landscaped garden next to the Fowey estuary. There is a comfortable bar, two lounges and the bedrooms are individually decorated.
Dogs are welcome by arrangement at a charge of £7.50 per night, excluding food. Dogs are welcome in the guest rooms only and not in public areas.
Fowey HallHanson Drive, Fowey, Cornwall PL23 1ET
T: 01726 833866
www: Fowey Hall
Fowey Hall Hotel was the inspiration behind Toad Hall in "Wind in the Willows" and sits within its original walled 5 acre garden, with commanding views of the river estuary and far out to sea.
Well behaved dogs are welcome to stay at Fowey Hall in the courtyard bedrooms, which are separate from the main building.