Our dog friendly hotels and restaurants
24th Jul 2015
This week, Jill announced that her gorgeous country retreat, Martindale, will be accepting dogs, so we thought we’d put together a dog-friendly guide to our accommodation and restaurants so you can start planning an escape with your furry friend.
For chalky sized accomplices
If your dog is on the smaller size, you’ll be very comfortable in our snug, cosy, or comfy rooms at Rick Stein’s Café, St. Petroc’s Bistro or The Seafood Restaurant. Each of these rooms is individually designed by Jill Stein and feature luxurious touches such as freshly ground coffee each morning and hand delivered milk from a local creamery. With perfectly positioned chairs and cushions placed in the room, there’s a cosy corner for your furry friend to snuggle up in.
For furry friends that love to lounge
With cosy sofas and lots of extra room to spread out, a generous room at Prospect House, St. Petroc’s or The Seafood Restaurant is a must. Every dog that checks in with us receives their very own fleecy Chalky’s pal blanket so put this to good use for a comfy nights rest.
For pacing pups
If your dog is constantly on the move, Trevone Farm or Martindale are the obvious choices. With stunning houses to roam, along with small gardens, plus beaches just a stone’s throw away, they’re perfect for dogs that are always on the go.
Rick Stein Fistral
Pick up a nasi goreng or Indian curry from our restaurant (and a bottle of wine if you fancy) and take a stroll along the beach. With golden sands, unexplored sand dunes and breaking waves, this dog friendly beach is perfect for a run around.
St. Petroc’s Bistro
Enjoy a taste of the Med at our bistro just a few minutes walk from the town centre of Padstow. Dogs are welcome in the secret garden or the bar area which includes a snug fire when the weather turns colder.
The Cornish Arms
Don’t forget to pick up a dog treat with your pint at our newly extended pub in St. Merryn. With classic pub food on the menu, scampi in the basket, lamb curry and roasts in the cooler months, there are plenty of spaces for your pup to rest from a day out walking.
Rick Stein’s Café
If you need somewhere to stop off for lunch, don’t forget our café in Middle Street. Dogs are allowed in the charming courtyard to the side of the café, the perfect place to tuck into some of the freshly landed fish dishes on their menu.
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