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Without a doubt, the number one attraction for tourists heading to Cornwall is the great outdoors. From brisk walks on dramatic headlands to surf lessons in the ocean below, the county is packed with opportunities to get outside. Holidays like those in Cornwall are particularly popular with pet owners. Fortunately, the county is blessed with plenty of pet-friendly hotels too.
Bodmin Moor offers mile after mile of picturesque natural beauty. With so many fantastic walks in the area, it's an excellent location for those looking to take their dogs holiday.
The Cheesewring Hotel is located in the east of Bodmin Moor, close to the Cheesewring - a fascinating geological formation that attracts a lot of tourists all year round. There's a bar and lounge at the hotel, and free WiFi throughout the property. Most importantly, dogs are welcome.
The north coast of Cornwall is home to some stunning, rugged coastline. There are plenty of beautiful walks by the sea, but what brings most people to the north is the surfing, with many of the country's best breaks.
Whether you're talking your dog for a walk along the coast, or having them wait while you have a surf lesson, there are plenty of pet-friendly hotels in North Cornwall. The Elements Hotel, a short distance away from Bude, offers a great seaside location and a whole host of facilities. Guests can expect a fitness centre, sauna and on-site restaurant. Bude itself is a lively town, with plenty of places to eat and drink in the afternoons and evenings.
Cornwall's location on the edge of the county is one of its main attractions. There's no feeling quite like standing on the far west or south of the mainland. What's more the very end of the county is also home to some of the best guest houses, B&Bs and hotels in Cornwall.
The Lugger Hotel in Penzance welcomes pets. For something more rural, try the Cadgwith Cove Inn, just a short distance away from the Lizard, the UK's most southerly point.