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Okeydokeys Sun 09-Sep-18 17:14:56

So far, we've only found accommodation that accepts dogs but owners specify dogs must not be left in the house alone (even in crates).

Does anyone know accommodation in Devon/Cornwall or Dorset that is less strict (happy to leave them in crates for a couple of hours).

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poppy196 Sun 09-Sep-18 17:36:14

Sorry op can't help on best place to stay but just want to say I understand.
We have booked a camper in October so we can take our staffy boy with us but even that wasn't easy as some campsites that we wanted to stay on wouldn't allow bull breeds 🙄
Have finally booked a lovely campsite in Kent which welcomes any breeds .

reup Sun 09-Sep-18 17:44:15

I’ve only ever found one that doesn’t mind a dog being left and that was in the Lake District. The last 2 cottages we were at, we did leave although the rules were not to. We had covered all sofas with our fleece covers and he used to be alone for a couple of hours. I was a bit paranoid about the key holder, or women reporting us but it was all fine.

One a 2wk holiday we did use local doggy day care so we go to a couple of non dog friendly beaches etc.

I did once see dog friendly farm accommodation that included doggy day care - I think it was in the SW.

reup Sun 09-Sep-18 17:49:09

I don’t think this is the one I saw before but is does let you leave them

www.dogs-holiday.co.uk/what-we-offer.asp

reup Sun 09-Sep-18 17:50:51

There’s also this one

www.poleanfarm.co.uk/dog-friendly-accommodation/

Okeydokeys Sun 09-Sep-18 17:53:09

Thanks all. Perfect trip!!

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Okeydokeys Sun 09-Sep-18 17:53:51

That was meant to say 'perfect reup'!

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reup Sun 09-Sep-18 17:55:04

This one has a kennel, I still can’t find the one I remember

hutandhound.co.uk/accommodation/

Okeydokeys Sun 09-Sep-18 18:21:32

The difference in price of the first two shock

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reup Sun 09-Sep-18 18:31:58

I didn’t look at prices sorry! I’m always amazed at prices pay for holiday accommodation.

Thebeachismyhappyplace Mon 10-Sep-18 04:25:36

Have you tried www.tregongeeves.co.uk in Cornwall?

Lovely place and most cottages accept dogs. Worth giving them a call as they have a dog themselves so sure that wouldn't be a problem.

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