This will get tails wagging

Posted by theglobeinn on September 8, 2017

A dog is always described as man’s best friend, but if you are planning on taking your pooch on a holiday there are so many extra things to consider; where to stay, where can I go and eat, where can we walk, what beaches can we go on?

Lots of questions need answering before your furry friend packs his bowl, blanket and favourite chew toy.  Devon is a beautiful place to come and explore and around Frogmore there are plenty of places where you and your dog can walk, visit or simply relax.

Landlord of The Globe Inn, John Horsley, said: “We understand that dogs are a vitally important part of any family and that’s why we have a dedicated area in our pub especially for diners and their dogs.  We also have a couple of guest rooms where they can enjoy a short break or rest up after a day exploring the coast path.”

There are also some useful resources online for dog owners considering a holiday in Devon.  One such website is Doggy Devon which lists all the dog friendly beaches, campsites, farms, attractions and shares a host of idyllic places to enjoy walkies.

John continued: “The annual beach ban is still in place around some parts of our coastline, so please do your homework before planning your visit, but that finishes after the October half term.  The biggest piece of advice we give owners is look out for warning signs and please keep your dog on a lead when walking across farmland.”

For more information on doggy day trips or to book a room visit