Dog friendly restaurants & Easter accommodation
21st Mar 2016
As fellow dog-lovers, we know that sometimes it’s difficult to find places that accept dogs during the Easter break. We would have hated Chalky to have missed out on anything, so to help, we’ve put together a dog-friendly guide, listing where Chalky’s pals can stay and play in Cornwall this Easter break.
Rick Stein Fistral
If you fancy dining in, perhaps to sample our Goan chicken curry, your dog is more than welcome to sit in with us. However, if you just want to pop in and grab a fish chilli burger, head on down to Fistral beach afterwards. With a wide beach, rolling waves and sand as far as the eye can see, Fistral will allow you time to relax and you enjoy your food whilst your pup can roam free.
St. Petroc’s Bistro
St. Petroc’s Bistro is perfect for food and dog lovers. Wander for a few minutes up through the streets of Padstow, and you will come across our bistro, tucked away on a small street of its own. Whilst you enjoy one of our sumptuous dishes such as the popular home smoked chicken with carrot, ginger and chilli sambal, your dog is free to play in the secret garden, nestled next to the bar area. If the weather gets a little chilly – don’t panic! Our secret garden is sheltered and a snug fire is lit in the bar area.
The Cornish Arms
Our pub is a welcome retreat after walking your dog around St. Merryn. Featuring local British food, such as Tywardreath pork sausages served with mash and onion gravy, our cosy pub is a great treat for both you and your dog. On the subject of treats, don’t forget to pick some up for your furry friend at the bar.
Rick Stein’s Café
Popping in for a quick spot of lunch? Rick Stein’s Café houses a charming courtyard on the side for your dog to cosy up in whilst you can indulge yourself by trying our whole lemon sole with roasted red peppers, chilli and oregano.
Dog friendly accommodation in Cornwall
It isn’t just our restaurants that our dog-friendly – our hotels are too! If your pup is on the smaller size (like our Chalky was, RIP), then they’ll be able to cosy up in one of the rooms in Rick Stein’s Café, St Petroc’s Bistro or The Seafood Restaurant.
If your dog is a little bigger, our generous, estuary view or master room at Prospect House, St Petroc’s or The Seafood Restaurant are a must. Your dog will be treated like a king or queen when they receive their very own fleecy Chalky’s pal blanket to snuggle up in for the evening.
If your furry friend is full of energy and loves to be on the go, we recommend Trevone Farm or Martindale. Dotted with gardens, paths and beaches located just a minute away, this location is perfect for that active pup! We love dogs of all shapes and sizes – if you couldn’t tell already.
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