|Stan and friend Paddy running in the paddock at Lebanon Cottage
We are used to travelling with our own dogs so we are very aware
of the difficulties of booking truly dog friendly holiday accommodation. Many of the properties on this site take dogs, but
each owner has a different policy so please check all details before you book so that you are sure that the property you choose
suits your needs.
see the Holiday Properties page for a full list of those properties that do and do not take dogs.
If you bring your dog with you on
holiday, please respect the properties as you would your own home, do not allow your dogs to damage furniture and fittings
and clean up any dog hair. If damage is caused a charge may be made. As each of the cottages do have many non-dog owning guests,
please ensure that dogs arrive free of fleas and freshly groomed / bathed to ensure there are no lingering odours for the
comfort of future guests.
Ensure you contact individual
properties to find out if they will be suitable for you and your dogs.
Dogs welcome in St Just
may be asking yourself how dog friendly is St Just and the surrounding area? So here is what we think.
|Dog friendly beach at Long Rock
St Just is surrounded by a network of paths to the moor or to the sea.
We are just over a mile from the
South West Coast Path and many of Cornwall's lovely beaches are open for dogs all year including Long Rock, Porth Kidney and Gwenver. The rules on many of the other beaches are different depending on
where they are - some do have a complete ban from Easter to the end of September, but many allow dogs on the beach in the
early morning and evening during this time, such as at Sennen Cove.
All the pubs in St Just allow well behaved
dogs, and there are a couple of cafes that welcome your furry friends.
Here are some of their websites.
The Cook Book - cafe and bookshop
West Cornwall Dog Training
you want do some training with your dog while on holiday contact us at West Cornwall Dog Training. We work with guests and
visitors on all sorts of training while they are down here including agility. http://www.westcornwalldogtraining.co.uk/