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Videos of Dog Friendly Beaches North Cornwall

Videos of North Cornwall Beaches

Little Fistral Beach Newquay


Sandymouth Bude

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Sandymouth Beach is a National Trust Beach to the North of Bude Cornwall. There is a car park and a cafe and toilets which are open in the summer months.  The descent down to the beach can be difficult. Backed by cliffs and with a waterfall that children love to play in and rock pools to explore.  Sandymouth is popular with surfers and lifeguarded from mid May until mid September.  The beach is only accessible at mid to low tide and so always seek advice before straying too far from the beach entrance. Sandymouth Beach Bude is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall  all year with no seasonal dog restrictions.


Porthcothan Bay

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Porthcothan Bay is situated between Newquay and Padstow and is a sandy beach enjoyed by beach goers and surfers.  The nearest village is St Merryn which is a ten minute drive away.    Porthcothan Bay is lifeguarded in the summer months from late May until Sept.  There is paid for parking, a small shop and toilets (unsure of seasonal and daily opening).


Treyarnon Bay

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Treyarnon Bay is between Newquay and Padstow and is a sandy cove popular with families and surfers.    The beach can get busy in the summer months and the car park can get full.  There is a beach shop and toilets  (unsure of seasonal and daily opening times).  Sand Chair hire for the disabled is available at this beach phone the Youth Hotel Association on (01841) 520322 for more information about this.  Treyaron Bay is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year, there are no seasonal dog restrictions.


Constantine Bay

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Constantine Bay near Padsotw has golden sands, rock pools and is very popular with surfers. There are toilets   (unsure of seasonal and daily opening times) and a shop in Constantine Bay village itself. Constantine Bay is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year. There is some parking at Constantine although not very much, an alternative is to park at Treyarnon Bay and walk along the Coast Path to Constantine Beach about a 10 to 15 minute walk (although the car park here can get full on busy days).

Mawgan Porth

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Mawgan Porth is a large golden sand beach between Newquay and Padstow Cornwall. Popular with surfers, beach goers and dogs.  The facilities in the village of Mawgan Porth are good with plenty of places for food and drinks and the beach is lifeguarded by RNLI lifeguards  between April and September

Crantock Beach Cornwall

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Crantock Beach is a large sandy beach near to Newquay in Cornwall and is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall. Crantock is popular with surfers, beachgoers, families and dog walkers as it is large enough for a walk. Facilities are good with toilets, cafes, hire facilities and two car parks (one National Trust). Access to the beach is through steep dunes and can be difficult particularly for push chairs. Crantock is lifeguarded from late May to late September 2014

Daymer Bay Beach Cornwall

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Daymer Bay is a long stretch of sand at the head of the Camel Estuary at Rock and opposite Padstow. You can catch the ferry boat across the estuary to Rock from Padstow. As the estuary is tidal it is best visited at low tide. There is a beach shop and up the hill behind this Cornwall beach is St Enodoc Church where the poet John Betjeman is buried. The Doom Bar a large sand bank and shipping hazard is just to the side of Daymer Bay. This is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall and allows dogs all year.