Top 5 Dog Friendly Pubs in Cornwall This Autumn

Hello my foxy friends! It's that time of year at our Cornwall caravan parks when it is such a delight to go for a brisk walk with the dog and end up winding down in a cosy pub. Cornwall is renowned for having many dog friendly attractions, beaches, pubs and restaurants and at our Cornwall holiday parks we have a range of pet friendly holidays so you can bring your furry friends on a well deserved break! 

Here are my top 5 dog friendly pubs with roaring fires for you to visit when you're on your Cornish holidays

Driftwood Spars - St Agnes

A traditional Cornish pub with three cosy bars and wood burning stoves, serving hearty food and real ales. The location of the pub offers easy access to the coast whilst being part of the St Agnes community in a lovely village with much to offer. 

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The Cornish Arms - St Merryn

Based on Rick Stein's famous recipes, The Cornish Arms offers a simple British pub menu, with real beef burgers, Cornish mussels and some of St Austell Brewery's finest ales. 

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The Blue Peter Inn - Polperro 

Situated in the beautifully quaint Cornish village of Polperro, this award winning pub may be one of the most scenic venues on the list. The warm and intimate pub is the perfect place to stop after a day of dog walking around the village, topped off with a menu that consists of fresh and tasty products made from scratch by a team of talented chefs. 

The Badger Inn - Lelant 

Situated just a stone's throw from Tolroy Manor and St Ives Holiday Village, The Badger Inn has a traditional décor with open fire places and plenty of nooks and crannies to relax with your furry friends. With an award winning menu and renowned for their Sunday carvery, you and your doggy won't want to leave! 

The Kings Arms - Bude

Just a short distance from the beautiful beaches of Bude and Widemouth Bay, you can enjoy an autumnal dog walk and warm yourself up next to the the wood burner at the Kings Arms. They serve an extensive menu of traditional pub food and real cask ales along with bowls of water and doggy treats to get those tails wagging for the walk back to our caravan parks.