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Mullion Cove Hotel

A striking whitewashed landmark, set on the cliff tops, overlooking Mullion cove’s historic harbour, with direct access to the South West Coast Path, the hotel boasts an enviable position for exploring the Lizard Peninsula with your dog.
Mullion, TR12 7EP
01326 240328

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

Mullion Cove Hotel

Introduction

Every dogs dream location – Mullion Cove Hotel is a striking whitewashed landmark is set on the dramatic cliff tops of the Lizard Peninsula, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

A remarkable spot for a coastal escape, taking in sea views from every angle, with seasonal cuisine and a new eco-spa, designed to mirror the surrounding landscape.

There are 15 dog friendly rooms available, where your four-legged friend will be able to sniff out their welcome pack, consisting of tasty treats, poo bags and local information relating to recommended walks and dog friendly amenities. Mullion Cove Hotel branded doggie tennis balls and towels are available to buy at reception.

Where to walk

Perched on the cliff tops of Mullion cove’s historic harbour, with direct access to the South West Coast Path, the hotel boasts an enviable position for exploring the Lizard Peninsula with your hound in tow.

Head west on the Coastal Path to Poldhu Beach Café in under hour, with a further 30-minutes taking you to Gunwalloe Beach. A more strenuous two-hour trek south, will take you to the Lizard and Kynance Cove.

15-minutes drive will take you to The Lizard – the mostly southerly point of the UK, whilst 25-minutes will take you to the fishing port of Porthleven. Further west is the town of Marazion and St Michael’s Mount, where dogs are welcome in the harbour.

Dine with your dog

There is an additional cosy dog friendly lounge offering you the option to dine over the daily-changing menus with your mutt at your side. With an emphasis on fish and seafood, dishes range from, Cornish steamed mussels and seared Scallops to roasted rump of lamb, and catch of the day, served with new potatoes, seasonal-greens and shrimp-butter.

All the smells will be sure to get some nose twitches.

Doggie room rate

Rooms from £185 per night

There is no extra charge for dogs to stay during low season, but a £9 a night charge applies throughout the rest of the year.

What Partridge says

I absolutely loved my adventures at Mullion Cove Hotel – it is every dogs dream stay with so much fuss from the friendly staff as well as plenty of treats.

I had great fun playing with my new Mullion ball and happy to have my own Mullion towel to wipe my sandy paws. My daily walkies were exceptional, with many sniffs on the coastal paths, as well as ample beaches and coves to explore. When can we head back?

Partridge's paw rating

4/5 Paws

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