We are very much a dog friendly holiday destination, welcoming you and your pet throughout year. Because at Court Farm Holidays we understand that your pet is one of the family and you don’t want to leave your four-legged friend behind.
There’s acres of space around Court Farm and a host of wonderful walks on the doorstep for your and your dog to explore. Step out of your door and take a stroll along the fascinating Bude canal. Take a loop around our local woods, or explore the footpaths across the fields to the stunning beach of Widemouth Bay.
Guests choosing to stay at our Northcott rural retreats enjoy direct access from our farm lane on to the stunning but challenging South West Coast Path. While canine capers at on Northcott Mouth are but a leisurely 15 minute stroll away.
We are in one of the most dog-friendly regions in the UK, most of our local beaches allow dogs on leads even during summer. Each beach has different restrictions regarding dogs but, off season, dogs are allowed on all beaches …Nothing beats walking along the shoreline as the sun goes down watching, your dog playing in the waves or chasing in circles around the beach having a wonderful time.
For information on dog-friendly beaches, please visit www.thecornishcoast.co.uk or cornwall.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/beaches-in-cornwall
There are also a number of dog-friendly restaurants and pubs nearby aswell as many local attractions also now allowing dogs as follows …
We welcome well-behaved dogs at the following properties, each with enclosed gardens; 3 of Our Cornish Cottages, namely Honeysuckle, Wheelwright, Fuchsia & Lilac each with 2 Bedrooms, sleeping up to 4 plus 2 dogs; Sycamore one of our Country Houses,featuring luxury hot tub, sleeping 6 plus up to 3 dogs; Court Farmhouse, sleeping up to 12 plus 4 dogs; The Cabin at Northcott, also with luxury hot tub, sleeping 2 plus 1 dog; Little Northcott, luxury hot tub, sleeping 8 plus up to 4 dogs; Northcott Farmhouse, with 2 luxury hot tubs, sleepings 17 plus up to 4 dogs
Generally speaking any attraction that’s animal related do not allow dogs for obvious reasons but all is not lost as they may offer shaded parking, onsite kennels, dog walking nearby or flexibility in returning to your car as often as you need to.
At the end of the day, holidays are for all the family and its never quite the same if someone is missing. So bring your dog with you, they will have more fun visiting dog friendly Court Farm Holidays than staying at home without you.
Here are a few suggestions from us to get you started but its the tip of the iceberg. If you want to pick our brains for more ideas, please don’t hesitate to contact us
The Milky Way Adventure Park Just over the border into Devon, this family friendly park has a bit of everything, roller coasters, slides, massive ball pools, its own mini train track and maze to get lost in! Dogs are allowed on site but not inside the building or to the live shows and the bird of prey display.
Clovelly Village Dogs are allowed into the village and there are 2 superb scenic walks from the visitor centre of between 3-4 miles.
The Eden Project Has allowed visitors to bring dogs for sometime now. (There are restrictions, they are not allowed in the biomes or other eating areas.) They have also added more covered parking in the car park and dog waste bins around the site.
Hartland Abbey and Gardens No dogs in the house, but you can go into the gardens and they have a lovely walk through the woods down to the beach. They do ask that dogs are kept on a leads at all times.
Docton Mill Garden and Tearooms Allow dogs on leads, as they have their own resident dogs. In addition to the garden there is a lovely walk to the coast of about 20-25 minutes to Spekes Waterfall this links onto the South West Coast Path and Hartland Quay if you’re feeling energetic and want a longer walk.
Pencarrow House and Gardens Dogs need to be kept on a lead around the immediate vicinity of the house and Peacock Cafe. However, once you are approaching the woodland walks, you can let them off the lead for a good run. There are designated shady car parking spaces in the car park for dog owners, the gift shop staff can advise if you cant find one.
Bodmin & Wenford Railway Dogs are allowed for free, but must remain on the floor and not the seats. Only assistance dogs are allowed in the dining train.
Bude Bikes Located at The Weir, 1/2 mile outside of Marhamchurch, with maps of traffic free cycle trails for Bude Canal, they have dog trailers that attach to bikes. They also offer bike hirer at Tamar Lakes has a cycle track around the lake, but even without the bike, it’s another good dog walk.
Bridge Bike Hire based in Wadebridge offers the same which give access to the traffic free cycling on the Camel Trail.
* Please note there is an additional fee of £20/dog/stay that can be settled in cash upon arrival.enjot