TRURO Cornwall TR3 6LQ
Cornwall truly is the perfect place for a family friendly holiday – its beautiful coastlines, serene natural beauty and wholesomely welcoming locals make this one of the most popular destinations for British families looking to escape the grind of modern life.
With plenty of natural landscapes to explore it’s no wonder so many families want to bring their extended family along with them! Thankfully, Cornwall is just as hospitable to its four-legged guests as it is to those on two. So, after your “Days Out With Dogs in Truro”, why not try out one of these eateries that will warmly welcome you and your pooch!
If you’re looking for a classical place to relax with your pet, then it doesn’t come much better than this. Set in a historic listed building in Falmouth, De Wynns is one of Falmouth’s original coffee shops and its lineage dates back to the 1780’s, when Mr De Wynn built a hotel on the site.
De Wynns is a family run café that uses locally-sourced produce and bakes many of its products on its premises. Members of the Tea Guild of Great Britain, De Wynns has won awards for its homemade cream teas, while they also serve sandwiches and salads if you are looking for a more savoury lunch option. If you’re in the Falmouth then make sure you check out this historic building and its renowned tea!
Deep in the gorgeous Roseland Peninsula just south of Truro lies the Roseland Inn, a peaceful, cosy pub housed in a 16th Century listed building full of character. With a beer garden for the summer months and two traditional cast-iron log burners inside for when the winter months arrive, the Roseland Inn is a perfect slice of life in the centre of a small but welcoming community.
With a huge variety of food and drink – from classic pub food to more modern bistro items – there is plenty of variety in this classic pub to satisfy every visitor.
For those looking for something a little different, The Cornish Vegan is a modern and very popular small restaurant situated in the centre of the city. Priding themselves on their comfort food, this vegan restaurant delivers a fantastic menu with great dishes that are almost entirely produced in house or using locally sourced ingredients.
With an outdoor garden, wi-fi and takeaway options available, and also dogs being allowed inside the restaurant, The Cornish Vegan is a wonderful little spot to visit if you’re in the small city of Truro.
A traditional inn secluded away and overlooking the Helford river, the Trengilly Wartha Inn is situated just fifteen minutes form Falmouth and is the perfect place to explore. Connected to some beautiful natural paths and just a few miles from the coastline it is the perfect place to walk with your family and your pets.
The Trengilly Wartha has wonderful gardens of their own, with plenty of private spaces for you and your loved ones. With a mixture of classic pub food and more upmarket bistro items the Trengilly has the perfect atmosphere for any occasion.
Situated on the northern point of the Lizard Peninsula, just 30 minutes from Falmouth, The Ship Inn is a warm and friendly local pub that prides itself on its food. Run by an award-winning chef and made using locally sourced ingredients, you can be sure that your family will be well-fed when visiting the Ship Inn, all while enjoying the warm local environment.
Of course, Cornwall is an area famed for its warmth and hospitality, and this is just a selection of the many places in the region that will welcome you and your pets with open arms. So, if you’re thinking of staying in one of our luxury Cornish cottages, why not bring along your best friend for the trip of a lifetime?