Torquay and the wider English Riviera make a great destination for a break with a dog at any time of the year and we have accommodation that welcomes dogs.
Occupying a fantastic position close to the large grassy area of Daddyhole Plain are The Stables Apartments which are also just a five minute walk from the beach.
In the Wellswood area of Torquay a short distance from the harbour there is The spacious two bedroom Braeside Apartment and just down the road from there are The Muntham Apartments which include luxury studios and one bedroom apartments as well as the three bed town house with its own hot tub.
We also have The Ellington Court Apartment which is a fantastic two bedroom apartment with wonderfully spacious ground floor accommodation in the St Lukes Road area of Torquay. Close by is the one bedroom Ockendon House Apartment A which has a fantastic terrace with far reaching views across the town towards the harbour.
Dogs are also welcome at our St Anne's Manor property. This incredible five bedroom mansion has secure enclosed gardens and an electric gate so is a fantastic place for pampered pooches to take a break with their owners.
Torquay has become a very dog friendly place in recent years and is an ideal destination for pet friendly breaks.
Many bars, cafes and restaurants welcome dogs; a short distance from The Muntham Apartments and Town House in the heart of Wellswood Village are The Kents Pub, The Waddling Duck Bistro and Wellies bistro all of which happily accept dogs. Me and Mrs Jones Delicatessen also welcome dogs on their terrace and in their back room (where all the wine is kept!!).
Dog owners know the unique pleasure that a simple walk with a canine companion can give and there is no shortage of beautiful places to take your four legged companion. All beaches are dog friendly from 30th September to 1st May and some are dog friendly all year.
We love hosting canine guests in our dog friendly self catering accommodation and have made many doggy friends over the years. In many respects our four legged guests are less trouble than their two legged counterparts.
We do though have some important rules when it comes to hosting dogs and it is important that owners are aware of them and abide by them. They can be summarised below.