This luxury child and dog friendly hotel is perched on the cliff tops of the Lizard Peninsula, overlooking its own secluded beach – offering the charm of a quintessential seaside escape for all the family, providing stylish surrounds, breathtaking sea views, lots of open space and locally sourced, seasonal dishes. Dogs are welcome in all of the bedrooms – where they will find a feeding bowl and blanket – as well as all communal areas, other than the fine-dining restaurant.
A backdrop for family adventures, designed to make the most of the outdoors, there is a large terrace that leads out from the Vista lounge, surrounded by pretty cliff top gardens with a kids play area, an outdoor pool and tennis court. The private beach is right on the doorstep, with a path weaving through the gardens down to Polurrian Cove.
The hotel will provide you with a list of walks and suggestions within the area on arrival, including miles of coastal paths to explore, and numerous secluded bays to discover. Pick up the Coastal Path to Mullion Cove, and loop back to the hotel through the town – a round trip of approximately 45-minutes. Walk further along the path, and you will come to Poldu Beach, about an hour’s walk, with the option of returning via the road, up the hill and back into the village, or tracing your steps back along the path. There are also plenty of year-round dog-friendly beaches in the area, including Mullion Cove Beach, a small sandy cove beside the historic lifeboat station, Kennack Sands, comprised of two beaches and some grassy areas divided by the small hill of Carn Kennack, Cadwith Beach, two east-facing shingle beaches, home to local fishing boats, and Porthhoustock Beach – known locally as ‘Pro’stock – a large flat expanse of dark brown sand and shingle. Alternatively, simply follow your dog’s nose, and explore the hotel’s
twelve-acres of grounds.
You can enjoy casual dining with your dog in the open-plan Vista lounge or if exploring during the day, the Poldu Beach café provides the ideal spot to relax with a tasty snack.
£15 per dog, per night.
I loved the freedom I was given at Polurrian, most areas being four- leg welcome zones! Chasing bunnies around the grounds was great fun, as was my evening walkies down to the quiet cove. With cliff walks and beaches aplenty, along with the comfort of a luxury hotel to rest in, what’s not to get my tail wagging?
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