Our dog friendly holiday cottages in Shaldon are the ideal place to holiday with your four-legged friends. Find and book your pet friendly holiday today!

Dog friendly holiday cottages in Shaldon

Shaldon is the perfect place to holiday with your pooch: here you will find plenty to keep you and your furry friends entertained. During the day there are many coastal and river walks and plenty of pubs, bars and cafes to visit, whilst at night you can snuggle down in one of the many dog friendly holiday homes or pet friendly cottages that Shaldon has to offer.

dog friendly holiday cottages in shaldon

Dog friendly holiday cottages in Shaldon

We have lots of dog friendly holiday homes in Shaldon to choose from, here are a few of our favourites.

Beaches and Walkways

Although Shaldon is fairly small it has a length of beautiful coastline with many pet friendly beaches and coves to be discovered. Shaldon Beach and Ness Cove Beach are two of the most popular dog friendly seafront spots in Shaldon. Plus there are many more in a very close proximity to the Shaldon Parish including Watcombe Beach, Teignmouth Town Beach and Dawlish Town Beach.

If you and your pooch are looking for something beyond the beach then Shaldon’s coastline is a brilliant launching point for several walking routes. The Shaldon and Stokeinteignhead walk follows a 5.5 mile route that follows the coastal path from Shaldon heading west and then loops inland through Stoketeignhead and finishes back where it started. The walk has sea and pastural views as well as plenty of pub pit stops too.

History and Culture

Homeyards Botanical Gardens is a pet friendly attraction that gives visitors a slice of Shaldon’s history, culture and horticulture. The gardens were initially founded in the 1920s by Maria Homeyard and remain steeped in the family’s personal history. At the time the gardens were a trendy spot where the the Homeyards would regularly entertain guests in the summerhouse. Today the gardens offer interesting plants and flowers as well as a crumbling castle ruin and the enigmatic witch’s cave. Situated on a hill high above Shaldon the gardens also boast jaw-dropping views of the village and sea below.

Where to eat

After a day of exploring you and your pooch are sure to be keen for a spot of refreshment. Shaldon is home to many pet friendly eateries, pubs and bars. The Shipwrights Arms is a pet friendly pub that offers locally produced sea side pub food and real ale. They also host many music and quiz nights as well as offering several traditional pub games.

Another dog friendly spot for a sit down and refuel is the Clipper Cafe. This cafe/bar has a large indoor dining area and a generous outdoor decked area overlooking the neighbouring bay. During the day they serve all the usual sandwiches, burgers, breakfast and light bites. In the evening the menu changes to high class pub food with local sea food specialities including seafood stew and fish pie.