We’re off to the beach, the sun is shining and we’re on holiday so why not! We are lucky enough to visit three beaches on our visit to Cornwall, all of them were dog friendly so here they go.
Probably our favourite beach of the three. This beach is part of the National Trust, so if you are a member parking is free. You make your way along the path and then down some stairs and across a stony section of the beach before you make it to the sand, but I promise it is worth it. This is a popular beach with lots of families and lots of dogs. We make our way along the beach a little and suddenly we have the place to ourselves. The water is freezing so Mowgli is the only one who goes in. It is beautiful and rugged, it is important to check the tides at this beach otherwise there is not much beach to enjoy if the tide is in.
Summerleaze in Bude is a lovely beach, particularly if you want an easy access beach with food options and ice cream stops. Summerleaze is dog friendly but you do need to check the dates as it does change. Not as pretty as Sandymouth but worth a visit.
Clovelly is a pedestrianized village, the village is very steep and picturesque. There are cute shops and nice pubs to stop in. There is a fee to get into the village, this includes your parking. Clovelly is dog friendly as well, so Mowgli is along for the trip. We make our way to the harbour and eat a pasty over looking the sea before taking a little walk along the pebble beach and enjoy the view. A really lovely day out!