At Haven we know that holidays are for the whole family – and that includes your four legged members – but with some beaches restricting access to dogs in the summer we’ve found where your pooches can get sand between their paws all year round.
Perfect for anybody staying at Perran Sands, Perranporth beach is full of golden sands and your dogs can enjoy stretching their legs on here throughout the year. They do have to be kept on a lead in July and August.
The soft sand will be lovely for your doggy’s paws t0 have a play on Cilborth beach which is situated in a beautiful cove which is famous for its rock formation. Legend suggests it was created when a giant got toothache and pulled out a tooth – that may not be factual, but it is a fact your dog will love this beach just around the corner from Quay West!
Durdle Door Beach (West)
Your dogs probably won’t be able to take in the beauty of Durdle Door but the holiday’s for you too! Plus your pooch will love bounding across the sand and it’s not far from our Dorset parks – Littlesea, Weymouth Bay, Rockley Park and Seaview.
If your dog prefers a more quiet holiday then Caister Point may be perfect for you, compared to the hustle and bustle of other nearby beaches in the Norfolk area. And if you’re looking for something for the owners, then on some days you could be able to spot seals out at sea! It’s also right on the doorstep of our wonderful park Caister-on-Sea.
Gronant Dunes Beach
If you’re staying at Presthaven then you’re in luck because you can literally step off park and onto this gorgeous golden sandy beach which loves having your dogs visit throughout the year. It’s even got it’s very own sand dunes which are part of a nature reserve. A must visit if you’re in the area!
With stunning views across to the Isle of Arran – which are made even more incredible if you visit at sunset – Prestwick beach is an absolute treat for anybody visiting Craig Tara. Dogs can tear across the beach as long as they want to!