Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Middle Barn

Cornwall
Sleeps 2

This lovely detached cottage in the Launceston region of Cornwall is actually a barn conversion and will appeal to couples looking for a rural base. The amazing views of Dartmoor National Park really set this cottage apart and you have the best of both worlds with a peaceful location and yet within a mile of the local town.  The unique setting on a non working farm make this a memorable holiday getaway.

The living space has a bright modern feel with plenty of light which leads out on to a terraced garden.  The accommodation is all set out on one level and includes a double bedroom, en suite bathroom and open plan living area.  There are plenty of luxuries to make your stay special including underfloor heating and LCD TV with freeview.

In this area of Cornwall there are many attractions close by including Lydford Gorge, just 20 minutes by car from the cottage and of course the Eden Project, one of the most popular attractions in Cornwall.  Other recommended days out include  Launceston castle, the steam railway running through stunning Kensey Valley and the Tamar Otter Sanctuary.  Golf lovers will also be pleased with the location of the property as you will find two golf courses within three miles.  One well behaved dog welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Cornwall
Trelissick Garden
National Trust properties are dog friendly.  Trelissick Garden close to Truro allow dogs in the park and on woodland walks areas although they are not permitted in the gardens.  Even though dogs are not permitted in the formal gardens there is a brilliant dog walk stretching for many miles through the woodlands and around the perimeter of the estate.  The National Trust ask that you clean up after your dog and dispose of dog waste responsibly.
Cornwall Beaches
Cornwall has many beaches to explore as well as coastal walks so providing you check there are no bans enforced you should be able to enjoy some fun days at the beach with your four legged friend.  At the time of writing Bude Beach is a dog friendly beach throughout all seasons.  Bude is lucky enough to have a vast and sandy beach ideal for running off energy.  Contact the local tourist office before you set off to make sure this information is still valid.
Brocklands Adventure Park in Kirkhampton
This adventure park makes a fantastic day out for the whole family and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.
Trebah Gardens
Trebah Garden has been described as a sub tropical paradise and it's easy to see why. Dogs are welcome both in the garden area and on the beach all year round but must be kept on a lead.  Although they are not permitted in the Planters Cafe they are welcome on the cafe garden terrace and also in the picnic area.  You can even ask for a water bowl outside the visitor centre.  Four dog bins are located within the garden and poop scoops are given out to dog owners free of charge upon entry into the gardens.
Restormel Castle
This English Heritage property makes a great day out and dogs on leads are welcome.  The magnificent 13th century castle allows you to see the main rooms inside which are in great condition considering their age.  This area is also perfect for picnics as the surrounding views are amazing.
17th January 2018