Pet friendly holidays in Cornwall
We welcome well-behaved pooches and their owners
Bring your dog and enjoy fantastic pet friendly holidays in Cornwall at Porth Beach Holiday Park.
Cornwall is a wonderful destination for your four-legged friends, with miles of beaches and rolling countryside just waiting for them to explore. Pets deserve a holiday too – why should they miss out on all the fun?
Pet friendly holidays
You are welcome to bring your pet along on holiday with you to our holiday park.
All our touring and camping pitches are pet friendly. So, pack up your tent or hitch up your touring caravan and just remember to bring your dog basket with you, too! Dogs cost just an additional £4 per dog, per night.
* Please note that our caravan holiday homes & glamping pods are not pet friendly*
Dog friendly beaches in Cornwall
Cornwall is home to dozens of fantastic beaches where your dogs can enjoy a dip in the sea or fun and games with you on the sand.
There is a seasonal dog ban in place on Porth Beach, opposite our park, between May 1st and September 30th between the hours of 9am-7pm. However, outside of these times you are free to make those most of this fantastic setting with your pooch.
Elsewhere, there are many fantastic beaches that are only a short distance from our Newquay caravan park. Here’s just a few of our favourites…
- Crantock Beach: One of Cornwall’s hidden gems, Crantock Beach is a spectacular beach. This large beach is backed by high sand dunes and is nestled just across River Gannel from Newquay. When the tide is out, it’s ideal for long walks with your canine companion. Owned by the National Trust, it’s also got quite a few facilities nearby including café, toilets and plenty of parking.
- Watergate Bay: This beach is hugely popular for watersports and kitesurfing – but it’s also great for dog walking, with pets allowed on these sands year-round. At low tide there’s 3 miles of sandy beach for you to explore!
- Towan Beach: One of Newquay’s most popular town-centre beaches, Towan is a small beach but ideal for exploring rock pools. It is bordered to the west by the harbour and at the east by ‘the Island’ a towering rocky outcrop called which is connected to the mainland by a suspension footbridge.
- Whipsiderry: Located along the coast path from our holiday park, Whipsiderry is ideal for exercising your pooch. It’s a beach that best explored at low tide when there’s more room for exploring and letting your dog stretch their legs!
- Fistral Beach: One of Cornwall’s most iconic beaches, Fistral is a big hit with surfers looking for monster waves. But did you know this large beach is also pet friendly? Here you can let your dog enjoy all the sights, sounds and smells of the sea and sand, while you watch those huge Atlantic waves roll in…