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Dog friendly cottages in Torquay
Torquay is a quaint seaside town on the southwest coast of England. It is home to a variety of beaches, walking routes and historical sites which make it (and the neighbouring town of Paignton) an ideal place for a pet friendly holiday. You and your pooch will be spoilt for choice when picking one of our dog friendly cottages in Torquay.
Pet friendly places in Torquay
Paignton, Torquay and Brixham make up the local authority of Torbay which is home to lots of dog-friendly beaches. These beaches allow dogs all year round with no restrictions: Babbacombe Beach, Beacon Cove, Elberry Cove, Maidencombe Beach, Oyster Cove, Watcombe Beach and many more! However, Torquay is so much more than just a coastline it holds a lot of historical important too. People have inhabited this area for many tens of thousands of years. Torquay is home to Kent’s Cavern which is one of the most important Stone Age sites in England. Unfortunately, dogs cannot go into the caves but nearby Brixham Heritage Museum allows all dogs. This dog-friendly museum has exhibits showcasing the local area’s role in WW1 and WW2 and its maritime history.
Yes Torquay is cultural and beautiful but when you’ve had your fill of adventures and explorations where do you go next? Torquay has many dog-friendly restaurants, cafes and bars for you to re-fuel and unwind. The Singing Kettle Tea Room and Eatery is a beautiful little dog-friendly cafe in on Belgrave Road. A lovely welcoming cafe that has treats for you and your pooch. They serve teas, coffees and fresh-baked pastries as well as offering your four-legged friends biscuits and water. A treat for you and your pet.
The Cary Arms Inn and Restaurant is a dog-friendly gastro-pub on Beach Road in Torquay. It offers a selection of traditional pub favourites and some new dishes too all made with seasonal and fresh ingredients. The menu changes regularly so you never know what you’re going to get except that it will be good. There is a seafront terrace for alfresco dining as well as cosy interiors too.