Dog Friendly Holidays
Devon dog friendly holiday park with accommodation that welcomes you and your dogs. Dog walking field, woodland walk. Dogs are allowed in the bar, local dog…
Dogs on holiday in Devon and Dorset
Dogs in Devon and Dorset
Sidmouth is one of Devons hidden Gems. It is also on of my favorite towns. Why? Because its dog-friendly. Lots of the shops allow dogs to enter and often your dog will be offered a treat. Also dogs can paddle on on beach or the river in the park. Plus much more. I hope you enjoy Sidmouth as much as I do! #Sidmoushopth Devon #Sidmouth beach #Jacobs Ladder #Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary
A huge choice of woods and heathland for walkers, with or without dogs, such as Trinity Hill near Lyme Regis, Holyford Woods near Seaton or Colyford Common. If you fancy a short stretch of the South West Coast path then try Seaton to Beer (2 miles from parking at Seaton Hole) or Beer to Branscombe, also 2 miles. There are plenty of places to eat and drink in Beer and a cafe on the beach in Branscombe.
East Devon and West Dorset have stunning and historical beaches. Experience the Jurassic Coastline first hand. Whatever you fancy, there is a beach for everyone and most are dog friendly but may have certain exclusion zones. Axmouth is all year round, Sidmouth, Seaton, Beer and Lyme Regis have certain exclusions.
We know that being able to take your dog on holiday with you is really important . Touring or camping with your dog can be great fun and we also have luxury dog friendly static holiday homes to hire.Dogs are allowed on leads throughout the park as well as in the bar. We have a dedicated dog exercise area where there is plenty of space for ball throwing and fun. Opposite the park entrance we have our own woodland walk which is also a fabulous space for exercising your dog.
We know that being able to take your dog on holiday with you is really important to many people. Off site there are numerous local places that are perfect for dog walks such as Shute Woods. This is just the other side of the main A35 so you can walk there from the park. There’s an easy route through these woods to Kilmington via an old Roman Road, a pretty village where you can stop for refreshments at the pub and head back, 1 1/2 miles each way.
We know that being able to take your dog on holiday with you is really important to many people. Touring or camping with your dog can be great fun and we also have luxury dog friendly static holiday homes to hire. There is plenty to do off site that is dog friendly including local attractions and beaches.
Starting at either Seaton or Colyton take a three-mile tram ride through the lovely Axe Estuary Nature Reserve with views of the abundant wading bird life on the river. This popular attraction is a great way to relax and enjoy the East Devon countryside.Dogs can travel on the lower deck making it a great family day out.
Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge trams along 3 miles of lovely countryside through the Axe Valley. This delightful route lets you enjoy the wildlife of the River Axe Estuary as it passes along the river and Seaton Wetlands, a bird spotters delight.You can also spend a few hours in Seaton and Colyton during your trip. The Tramstop Cafe in Colyton is a lovely place to refuel and children can enjoy time in the outdoor play area
Jacobs Ladder is a mixture of sand and shingle.Great for families especially at low tide when the sandy area is more exposed, it’s perfect for anyone wishing to explore the rockpools. Sidmouth offers stunning views of the coastline in both directions and this side of the beach allows dogs but please check for up to date rules.