After settling down in your dog friendly holiday cottages, the next thing to do is to plan your activities. You can have the most memorable dog friendly holidays during your vacation. This is because many of the tourist spots allow pets in their vicinity. So instead of keeping your dogs at home, you can gladly take them with you. Whether you want a relaxing retreat with nature or an adrenaline moving adventure, you will never run out of activities in this side of England. Here are different ways to keep you busy throughout your dog friendly holidays.


While some visitors love to spend quiet dog friendly holidays, some just want more action. They want to feel the excitement of Cornwall. So if you want to burn calories, go on a cycling tour. The dog friendly holiday cottages are very accessible to the Camel trail. You can either bring your own bike or rent from the shops for half or whole day. If you happen to be staying in any of the dog friendly holiday cottages, you can also have the option to try the evening trail and enjoy the cool breeze of the night. Because the local community organizations manage the area, you can be sure that it is well maintained. The 18-mile stretch offers access to the Cornish countryside. Every year, the place is visited by almost 350,000 users from all over the world. The cycling experience would provide the scenic views of nearby places and rich history of the abandoned trail of Cornwall which will definitely make your dog friendly holidays a truly memorable one.

Caerhays Castle Gardens

After your calorie-burning activity, you can spend a lighter and more relaxing day at Caerhays Castle Gardens. The place could offer you a unique place where you could learn about history. The overall area is about 120 acres. The garden houses different Chinese plants which the Chinese hunters built themselves. If you happen to be on your dog friendly holidays during the month of March and April, do not miss the garden. This is the season where the famous Asiatic magnolias bloom. About 500 varieties of magnolia are showcased during the Plant Heritage National Collection. Since this is easily accessible from your dog friendly holiday cottages, there is no reason why you should not drop by the place. Experience the Oriental atmosphere during your dog friendly holidays and take with you only the sweetest memories of Cornwall.

Cornwall is truly the haven for vacationers. The different activities in store for each guest will definitely make your dog friendly holidays a more memorable one.

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Blue Chip Holiday properties are characterised by luxury fittings, sea, river or countryside views, en-suite bathrooms and excellent locations. The majority of our properties are 4 or 5 star rated by Visit Britain, the official rating organisation for UK accommodation.