Our Cornish chronicles include stories, insights and inspiration from the wild North Cornish coast.
Introducing our latest property pair; Trefreock Mill and The Linhaye. Nestled on the tranquil fringes of Port Isaac, a plush and spacious retreat meets a cosy barn conversion, welcoming 12 guests plus four-legged friends.
Whisk your nearest and dearest away for an indulgent out of season break at the exclusive Zeath at the Park development. We round up why these super-stylish beach houses are the ultimate choice for a family getaway by the sea.
Formerly frequented by Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman himself, you now have the chance to experience the elegant and historic home of Torquil (and her cute as a button sister Little Torquil) nestled above Daymer Bay.
A utopia in central Rock; Little Moiety and Moiety Cross boast acres of sprawling meadows (and tennis court) alongside the rolling fairways of the St Enodoc Golf Course. These breathtaking, dog-friendly retreats can be separately or together, perfect for family holidays and special occasions.
The No. 7 collection is a blissful assortment of newly renovated two and three-bedroom apartments nestled within a majestic Edwardian townhouse (and a three-bedroom cottage located alongside). Fantastically sandwiched between the quaint fishing villages of Port Isaac and Port Gaverne, these dog-friendly retreats boast breathtaking sea views (and four have parking).
Occupying an enviable nook above a secret shingle beach, a holiday of wild swimming, beach bonfires and starry night skies awaits you at this utterly unique waterside bolthole. Here you can dive into a world of Swallows and Amazons adventure. We count down our top 10 reasons to stay at The Boathouse.
Deliciously sandwiched between Daymer Bay and Polzeath and only accessible via the South West Coast Path, Greenaway Beach is a wonderful discovery where picnics, rock pooling and hunting for cowrie shells are high on the agenda.
In part four of the series, Marketing Manager Katy and her dappled Dachshund Luna share their favourite dog walks.
With dogs now allowed on Polzeath beach all year round (with just a time restriction between 10am and 6.00pm from 15 May to 30 September), and acres of National Trust land to explore, Polzeath is fast becoming a top destination for holidays with your four-legged friends in tow.
If you are heading to the wilds of the North Cornish coast with your four-legged friend in tow, be inspired with our itinerary for dog owners.
If you’re looking for a relaxing countryside break full of rolling fields rambles and reclining by log fires, but you want to be close to the coast too, take a look at these five retreats that offer you the best of both worlds.
If you can’t imagine a holiday without your four-legged friend, no need to worry! We love dogs and know that our guests do too. We have a large range of dog-friendly properties to suit all group sizes and budgets. We run through our top ten.
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