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Dogs stay FREE of charge.
Up to 3 Dogs, (Possibly 4) We do not discriminate against any breeds. All well behaved dogs are welcome.
Please check with us as the villa size dictates.
There are plenty of grassed areas in the valley, woodland walks behind us and the coast path and beaches. Millendreath beach cafe and bar welcome dogs.
We supply an array of dog bowls and a medium/large cage is available to borrow if you wish. We do not provide bedding or throws as we feel your own would be better for your dogs. Please cover sofas if they will go on.
We kindly ask that owners respect our property and neighbours by keeping their dogs reasonably quietened and off surrounding gardens. Please keep them off the furniture, out of bedrooms and clean up after them. Dogs should not be left alone in the property. We also let to guests without dogs. Please be aware of this.
We have an air exchange unit in the property, to keep doggy smells at bay!
There is a small unenclosed area at the side of each villa for dogs who need grass! Please clean up after them.
Dogs are allowed on the private Millendreath beach in front of the cafe, 1st April to 30th September, Before 9am and after 6 pm. At any time from 1st October to end March. (This can change at the sites discretion)
Plaidy (5 minutes walk) is dog friendly all year.
At any time of year, (at low tide), the East beach can be accessed by walking down the jetty and going over the rocks, but make sure you return before the tide comes back in, (Several hours) or carry on walking to the dog friendly beach at Seaton - 40 minutes walk.
There are so many pubs, restaurants, cafes and attractions which allow dogs in Looe and Cornwall. Even the Eden project, although not in the biomes!
While dogs stay free of charge, we do charge a refundable damages deposit. £100 This is refunded on satisfactory inspection and return of the key.
As you can see from the photos above, at low tide, you can access the stunning East beach even at the height of summer you can escape on miles of deserted beach. You WILL need to rock hop and watch the tide though.
I do provide a link to daily tide times.