Sandymouth Beach Cornwall
Three miles north of Bude in Cornwall we have Sandymouth Beach, an unspoilt landscape of pebbles, sands and dramatic cliff tops. It’s a National Trust beach and has a large, manned, car park with 200 spaces at the top of the cliff. It even has its own waterfall, as well as cafes, restaurants and other leisure facilities. Best of all? It allows pets all year round!
Holkham Beach Norfolk
Holkham Beach in Norfolk, privy to Norfolk’s stunning eastern sunsets, is a three-mile-long stretch of sand and sea well known for cute row of colourful beach huts and its year-round picture-perfect status. Voted the #1 beach in Britain by a collection of travel journalists in 2015, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a coffee at the Holkham Beach Cafe and take a hike around the feathery pine woodland and rippling, terracotta dunes. It’s real cinematic territory -Holkham even featured in the closing scenes of the 1999 Oscar winner for Best Picture, Shakespeare in Love. So what are you waiting for? Go and enjoy the no-restrictions on pets and movie-star treatment!
Lepe Country Park Hampshire
One of the UK’s prettiest beaches, Lepe Country Park is a real rain-or-shine treasure. Open 7.30am until 8pm or dusk (whichever is earliest), for a £6 parking you can spend the day enjoying all the park has to offer. From green spaces to ice cream trucks, cute cafes to scenic waters, the beach is the epi-center of all the best things to do. Dog waste bins are provided for this pet-friendly beach, but there is a well sign-posted, special no-pets area to steer clear of. Go for beautiful walks along the coast with great views across to the Isle of Wight.
Perranporth Beach Cornwall
Renowned for excellent water quality, your pup will love splashing in these waters. At Perranporth Beach you’ll find soft sandy areas, perfect for the kids, as well as long stretches of interesting coast for the scenic-explorers among you. Dog friendly and remarkably clean, it’s a safe beach with much potential for family fun – you might even find a dog bath and dryer to make your life just that bit easier! Perfect for sandcastle building, water sports, great local shops and spectacular sunsets – Perranporth is a real Cornish all-rounder.
Babbacombe Beach Devon
On the north eastern fringe of Torquay, Babbacombe is Devon sea-side royalty. Take a ride on the cliff-top funicular railway for some privileged views over the area and treat yourself to a drink in the Cary Arms after a long day hiking. The dog will love the freedom and you’ll love the fresh scent of fish and chips. There’s quad biking and bumper-boats for the kids, making it’s an ideal family day out. And if your trip is more of the romantic persuasion? Don’t worry – you can always settle in for a beach picnic at sunset.