We know your four-legged friend is very much a part of the family and we many dog friendly holiday cottages in Devon, so next time you go away they can be part of your holiday adventure.
Like Cornwall, Devon is a great place for dog walking with miles of coastline and beaches waiting to be explored and the wide open space of Exmoor National Park with mnay of our cottages giving you easy access to these areas.
We consider a dog friendly cottage as a place that welcomes dogs, has space for them to exercise and easy access to the wide open spaces or great walks.
You will see an identification on your cottage search as to which Devon cottages will accept one or two dogs. You may be able to bring more than two dogs but please do check with us before booking.
To help you choose the right dog friendly cottage, we've provided a selection of Devon cottages. Don't forget these are just a small selection in Devon. You can also check out our dog friendly cottages across the country.
Just outside the bustling Dartmoor town of Bovey Tracey, The Lodge at Parke is a sweet little dolls house of a cottage that was once the entrance lodge to the Parke estate. This cosy cottage is perfectly placed for exploring Dartmoor and the south Devon coast: with Dartmoor almost on your doorstep. The woodland walks outside Lustleigh are just up the road,whilst the Lodge itself opens onto the old Parke estate with miles of footpaths.
A beautifully refurbished two bedroom and two bathroom cottage with its own private garden on the Buckland Abbey estate. The cottageis a cosy retreat brilliantly situated for exploring the Devon countryside and Dartmoor National Park.
A grand and stylish former farmhouse, set in its own grounds about a mile from Coleton Fishacre, Higher Brownstone is an unusual house in an impressive landscape. Located down a quiet country lane and surrounded by fields, this cottage also has its very own level enclosed and private garden, making it ideal for dog owners.
Just up the hill from the Coastguard Cottages, in a wonderfully secluded position in the heart of the Peppercombe valley, Combe is a very pretty cottage welcoming 1 dog. The small garden opens out for a short stroll to Peppercombe beach.
This 1920s carriage drive lodge house is on the edge of the Killerton Parkland with views towards Ashclyst forest and provides an excellent base for expoloring the local devon trails.
Nestled on the outer edge of the 600-year-old Arlington estate only six miles from Barnstaple, this Victorian gardenerês lodge is set in secluded woodland. From the doorstep miles of footpaths criss-cross the 2,700 acre estate, with the Court itself only two miles on foot across the wooded valley.
What to expect for your dog at our Devon cottages?
Our dog friendly cottages will include the basics to make your pet feel at home. You should find a dog bowl, some pooh bags and usually an area like a boot room or kitchen they can sleep in.
We kindly ask that your dogs aren’t allowed upstairs and don’t sit on the furniture.
Outside we ask that you clean up after your dog to ensure there are no nasty surprises for the next guests!
What you need to bring with you
You will need to bring dog food, leads and any bedding they wish to sleep on. An extra towel to wipe them down after a muddy walk will also be welcome!
This quaint single storey cottage just outside the town of Bovey Tracey.
A pretty cottage in a secluded setting but just a short stroll from the beach.
An enchanting cottage in a wooded setting close to Arlington Court.
A grand, recently refurbished former farmhouse, in its own grounds near Coleton Fishacre.
A pretty cottage at the heart of the tranquil Buckland Abbey Estate.
A former 1920's estate lodge on the edge of Killerton Parkland