Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages, Bridge, Illogan,
Nr. Redruth, Cornwall TR16 4QP
Tel: (01209) 842245 Email: enquiries@raylefarm.co.uk
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Dog Friendly Pubs, Attractions and places to visit in Cornwall

Great Cornish Dog Walking Locations

Tehidy Country Park

Located on the North coast of Cornwall between Porteath and Gwithian, Tehidy Country Park offers some wonderful woodland walking for dogs and people only a 5 minute drive from Rayle Farm Holiday Cottages.
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Idless Woods

Idless is located just North of Truro and is about 20 minutes by car from our holiday cottages. The dog friendly woods are owned and run by the Forestry Commission and offer an open access policy, so you'll likely see cyclists and horses there as well. There's a reasonably sized car park at the entrance.
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Other Pet Friendly Attractions

there are a surprising number of attractions that are fully welcoming to dogs (as well as their owners). Here's a brief list of some that we know are dog friendly:

  • Tintagel Castle, Tintagel.
  • Trevarno Gardens, Helston.
  • Bodmin and Wenford Railway.
  • Fal River Links
  • Launceston Castle
  • Magnificent Music Machines, St. Keyne, Liskeard.
  • Pendennis Castle, Falmouth
  • St.  Mawes Castle

 

Dog Friendly Pubs

We know that it can sometimes be hard to find dog friendly pubs in Cornwall, so we have compiled a list of those close to our farm holiday cottages that might help.

  • The Bridge Inn, Bridge.
  • The Basset Arms, Portreath.
  • The Treleigh Arms, Redruth.
  • The Red River Inn, Gwithian.
  • The Pandora Inn, Mylor.
  • The Sloop Inn, St. Ives.
  • The Bucket of Blood Inn, Hayle
  • The St. Agnes Hotel, St. Agnes
  • The Punchbowl and Ladle, Penelewey, Nr. Truro.
  • The Rising Sun, St. Mawes.
  • The Ship Inn, Porthleven.
  • Trengilly Wartha Inn, Nancenoy, Nr. Falmouth
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