Your pawfect trip starts with finding the very best dog friendly accommodation in Devon. Luckily for you, many members of the MyPawsOn community have already done the research for you. We’ve traveled all over the county to find the best places to stay in the area with dogs.
You’ll be thrilled with the extensive choice available to you. Devon is an incredibly dog friendly part of the world. Whether you like to camp, are looking for a self-catering apartment, or want a little TLC in a B&B, guest house or hotel, we’ve got lots of accommodation providers for you to look through.
We’ve pulled out some of our very favourite places to stay when visiting Devon, but make sure you check out our accommodation finder tool to get the full range of MyPawsOn approved places to stay.
Dog friendly B&Bs and guest houses
There are lots of wonderful B&Bs and guest houses that you and your dog are very welcome to stay at. For a central location in the county, try The Cherrybrook, a converted farmhouse, Ring O’Bells, The Stables, and Heron House.
If you’d like to stay near the coast, you’ve got a lot of choice. Near Exmouth, you can stay in The Croft Guest House or Quentance Farm B&B. Or, near Seaton, you can book a few night in Westleighbeer or Harepath Farm B&B. If you’d rather be on Devon’s north coast, try Hollamoor Farm Horse Bed and Breakfast, Hillside House, Brendon House, or Edgcott House.
Channel View Guest House, Café Alf Resco, Raddicombe Lodge, and Woodlands Guest House are all stunning places to stay. In Paignton, you can relax in Rowcroft Lodge or The Commodore with your pooch. In Torquay you can enjoy a night or two in The Norwood Guest House, or Ashleigh Guest House.
Camping with dogs in Devon
If you’d like to go camping with dogs in Devon, you really are spoiled for choice. There are lots of wonderful campsites you can stay at. Simply pick your preferred part of the county and book in. You’re sure to have a fantastic stay in any of these MyPawsOn approved campsites.
On Devon’s south coast, you can stay at Axe Vale Caravan Park, Salcombe Regis Camping and Caravan Park, or Oakdown. You can also stay at Slaptons Sands, Dartmouth Camping and Caravanning Club, Island Lodge, and Ladram Bay Holiday Park.
If you’d like to be on the north coast, you’ve got lots of choice. Check out Steart Farm Touring Park, Westacott Farm, Stowford Farm Meadows, Lynton Camping and Caravanning, Greenacres Touring Caravan Park, Brightlycott Barton, Budemeadows Touring Park, Woolacombe Bay, Damage Barton, or Hele Valley Holiday Park. There are so many to choose from, make sure you visit the accommodation finder to get the full range.
Between Exeter and the Cornish border, there are lots of places you can camp. Try: Twelve Oaks Farm Caravan Park, Luccombes Coarse Fishery, Pennymoor Camping, California Cross, Dornafield Touring Caravan Park, Ross Park, Parkers Farm Holidays, Higher Well Farm and Holiday Park or Holne Park.
For a more central location in the county, take a look at Woodland Springs Touring Park, West Kidland Farm, and Zeacombe House. You might also like to try the Tavistock Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Meadowview Camp Site, Bundu Camping and Caravan Park, Legge Farm, Ten Acres Vineyard, Lakehead Farm, and Riverside Caravan Park.
Self-catering holidays in Devon
We have lots and lots of wonderful self-catering dog friendly accommodation in Devon to recommend. The choice is overwhelming in this stunning part of the world for you and your dog.
On the north coast, check out places like Sea Valley Holiday Chalets, Northway Holiday Cottages, Croyde Holidays, Speadcombe Gardens, Timstone Manor Cottages, Pink Heather Holiday Cottages, Yetland Farm Cottages, Watermouth Cove Cottages, or Widmouth Farm Cottages.
Along the south coast, you can choose from wonderful self-catering lets like The Downs Babbacombe, Coast View Holiday Park, Saxonbury Annexe, Badger’s Den Holiday Cottage, Pebbles Holiday Homes, and Boswell Farm Holiday Cottages. JMB Holidays, Hazelwood Holiday Park, and Dawlish Sands Holiday Park are all also fantastic places to stay by the coast.
In the middle of the county, you’ve got lots of choice. We think you should take a look at Rural Choice Holiday, Hele Barton Farm Cottage, Devonshire Cottage Holidays, Rookwood Cottage, Sloncombe Farm, South Farm Holiday Cottages, Webber Hill Farm Cottages, The Barn, Newhouse Farm Cottages, Moorland Holiday Let, Three Gates Farm Cottages, and West Pitt Farm.
Dog friendly hotels
Devon has lots of dog friendly hotels that you can book into for a little luxury after a day’s exploring. We’re sure you’ll find one you’ll fall in love with, so check them out and start planning your trip today.
In and around Torquay, you can book into The Hotel Balmoral, Royal Castle Hotel, or the Royal Seven Stars Hotel. In Exmouth, we absolutely love The Barn, and you can’t go wrong when you stay at City Gate in Exeter.
To be by the sea on the south coast, arrange a stay in South Sands Boutique Hotel, Thurlestone Hotel, Salcombe Harbour Hotel and Spa, or the Bedford Hotel. Or, on the north coast, try Trimstone Manor Country House Hotel, The Sandrock Hotel, Rock House Hotel, and The North Cliff Hotel.
Find your perfect dog friendly place to stay
As you can see, there is so much dog friendly accommodation in Devon. We couldn’t possibly list them all here, so make sure you take a look at the full listings using our accommodation finder.