The perfect resort for you and your canine pal to unwind in – St Michaels provides a selection of seven dog-friendly rooms, where you will find large comfy dog beds, water bowls, towels and poo bags, along with a dog-friendly guide of the area and packets of treats.
Dogs are allowed in the arrival lounge and dog-friendly rooms where they can stay while you dine or spend time in the spa or health club, alternatively staff will be more than happy to dog sit in the back office.
If you’d prefer to dine with your dog, there is the opportunity to dine in the Locker, a lovely informal yet stylish space opposite the bar.
Superbly positioned, directly opposite Falmouth’s sandy Blue Flag Gyllyngvase Beach – a popular spot for water sports – with dog-friendly Gyllyngvase Beach Café aptly proped on the edge of the sands.
Just a 15-minute walk will take you to Swanpool Beach – one to enjoy from the doorstep, starting at Gyllyngvase Beach, take the coastal path south towards Swanpool. This is great fun for your dog – exploring the beaches, rockpools and grassy hills – whilst you get to enjoy the fabulous views.
Tuck into seasonal Cornish produce, with an emphasis on fresh meat, fish and seafood – direct from local farmers and fishermen – in the Locker, the hotel’s designated doggie dining zone.
For those looking to dine out, some nearby favourites include; The Stable Falmouth, Gylly Beach Café and the Muddy Beach Café.
Rooms from £185 per night.
Dogs charged at £12.50 per night
I felt so welcomed at St Michaels – from the moment I put my paws through the door, I received endless fuss from the kind staff and the huge comfy dog bed in the room was award winning!
The Locker offers a lovely space to dine in with my humans, and the nearby beaches are great for making friends with fellow four-legs. A dogs dream escape.
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