Fun Things to Do with Your Dog in Cornwall
Around 53% of pet owners take them on their holidays and 52% only stay at pet-friendly accommodation – according to a TripAdvisor survey. As People see pets as part of the family, it is only logical for families to include pets in all the fun. If you are visiting Cornwall and you have already decided to book a pet-friendly caravan at Tencreek Holiday Park, then you’ve got half the job already done. When you’re not relaxing, enjoying a swim at the pool or enjoying a scenic walk along the park, make sure to enjoy the area to the full. Cornwall is a dog lover’s paradise so make the most of it by heading for these beautiful spots.
Heading to a Dog-Friendly Beach
Cornwall is home to so many dog friendly beaches. If you don’t live in a coastal area, then you will probably be surprised at how quickly your dog takes to the sand, running around in quick circles and expressing an interest in the lapping waves. Just a few of the many beaches you can opt for include Lansallos Beach, Talland Bay, and Hannafore. All these are just a few miles away from Tencreek, Looe. Talland Bay in particular is just 0.9 miles from Tencreek, and has two beautiful beaches to choose from.
Enjoying Freshly Baked Goods at Looe
As part of your holiday with your furry BFF, you may opt for a morning walk followed by a coffee and a freshly baked treat at a dog-friendly café. If you visit Looe, there are many cafés that will welcome pets with open arms. These include The Kitchenside Bakery, which is famed for its scones. The bakery uses local goods to make many of their treats, which is a great way to savour the best of Cornwall. Dogs are also welcome at the Looe Food Festival, where a plethora of traders display food and drink of the very best quality. Don’t forget to bring a treat for your pooch, of course, or he may get a little jealous!
A Scenic Walk along Cornwall Holiday Park
One of the best things about being at Tencreek is that you don’t have to venture far to experience the beauty of nature. Take your pooch for a walk along the rolling hills, pause for Instagram photos of you and your pet, and take in the beauty of the sea, which is visible from all sides of the park. After your walk, enjoy a refreshing drink or hearty meal in Castaways Bar.
Cornwall is known as a dog-loving land, and the proof in the pudding is the fact that most attractions welcome four-pawed guests. From beaches to dog-friendly cafés, walks along the coast to a luxurious massage, there is something for pet owners and pooches of all tastes. If you will be walking long distances, remember to run it by your vet beforehand and to ensure your dog’s fitness level is gradually built up. All activities should also be appropriate for your dog’s temperament, age, and health condition.