Staying in Devon’s Exmouth is a great idea for a short break with your dog. There are plenty of places for you both to enjoy including dog walks along sandy beaches, forest trails, cycle paths, parks and nature reserves. Exmoor’s national park is well known for spotting wild deer and ponies amongst its rugged heather moorland and you can get great views of the dramatic coastline from the Devon cliffs. Of course, we haven’t even mentioned the nearby seaside towns and villages - all with their own character and some of the best dog-friendly hotels in Devon.
If you’re looking for pet-friendly hotels in Exmouth, there’s lots to choose from too. Whether travelling with friends, family, or as a couple, take your pick from guest houses, pubs with rooms and hotels with great Wi-Fi, car parking, swimming pools and hot tubs. That’s not all as your four-legged friends get to enjoy the likes of pet-friendly rooms, with beds, bowls and treats.
From Exmouth country lodges and hotels in Dawlish Warren - the ultimate seaside family resort - to Manor Hotel, just minutes from Exmouth seafront and town centre, your perfect stay is only a few clicks away. Plus, our best price guarantee means that your next break doesn’t need to break the bank. So if you’re looking for a staycation where everyone is invited, choose a stay in Exmouth and let us find the best pet-friendly hotels for you.
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There’s so much to see and do in the South West. You can enjoy a stroll on the many sandy beaches, visit harbour towns and enjoy the peaceful tranquillity of its national parks. Plus, some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels can be found in:
This depends on the hotel you choose but typically pet-friendly rooms come with dog beds, bowls and treats!
During the winter months, dogs are allowed on the main beach. From May to September, dogs are only allowed at the end of the beach.
There are plenty of places in Exmouth which welcome dogs and their owners. This includes various beaches, green spaces and even attractions like Exe Estuary and Haldon Forest Park.
From October to May, well-behaved dogs are allowed at all the West Bay beaches.
Escape to Exmouth Beach, a coastal paradise for holidaymakers. Bask in its golden sands and enjoy a range of water sports, from paddleboarding to sailing. Explore the charming town, dotted with vibrant cafes and shops. Unwind with stunning sunsets and picturesque views of the Jurassic Coast.
Address: Exmouth Beach, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1DW
Step into the enchanting world of A La Ronde, a unique 18th-century house with a fascinating 16-sided design. Marvel at its intricate shell decoration, showcasing the travels of its adventurous creators. Explore the beautiful gardens and enjoy panoramic views of the Exe Estuary.
Address: A La Ronde, Summer Lane, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 5BD