We understand that for many people, pet friendly properties are a must and we welcome well behaved dogs to Boreat Manor by arrangement. We accept a maximum of 2 dogs but only 1 dog at peak times. We do not accept puppies, very young or very large dogs. We have 6.5 acres of garden, meadow and paddocks but due to the nature of the grounds we cannot make them entirely dog proof. We ask owners to keep their dog on a lead in the grounds and under control at all times as there is livestock in the surrounding fields and we have free range chickens in the small yard area. Dogs must never be left in the property alone. There are some further rules and restrictions which are part of our information pack. We charge £5 per night for your four legged friend.
Dog Cage – Many dogs like to feel secure when they are in a strange place and we provided a very large dog cage to save you bringing your own.
Dog Basket – Dogs love to be with the family and we provide a comfy dog bed as dogs are not allowed on the furniture.
Towels and Throws – In the boiler room we leave a pile of old towels to wipe off those muddy feet and some throws especially for your dog.
Hosepipe – There is a tap outside the boiler room for guests to hose down sandy or muddy dogs before entering the house.
Dog Bowls – No need to bring these as we have plenty in the property.
Doggy Welcome Pack – The welcome pack includes doggy treats, poo bags and few other doggy bits and pieces.
Information Pack – We have included a dog friendly section in our information pack including dog friendly beaches and places to eat where dogs are welcome.
Dog Friendly Beaches
Saunton Sands – No restrictions dogs are welcome all year round – Dogs can be off lead. Pay and display parking available right by the beach. An easy stroll from the car park to the beach, as you will be parked right on the sand. Toilets for humans, a cafe restaurant as well as a beach shop.
Puttsborough – No restrictions dogs are welcome all year round – Dogs can be off lead.
Westward Ho! – Dogs are allowed on the north section of the beach between Sandymere Bridge and the estuary, but are not allowed south of the bridge and must be kept on a lead on the promenade. These rules apply from May 1st to September 30th. These is plenty of parking with multiple pay and display car parks. Parts of Westward Ho beach can be very pebbly. However when the tide is out there is a huge sandy beach. Plenty of shops, stalls and cafes along the coastline of Westward Ho! with plenty of places to eat with your dog off the sand. Toilets are located just off the slipway.
Woolacombe – Dogs are banned in the zoned area of the beach from May to October but are allowed in adjacent areas if kept on a lead. Woolacombe has plenty of parking options, including a large pay and display car park right by the beach and other places further up the hill. Lots of shops and cafes as well as a large pub overlooking the sea. A nice long walkies to Puttsborough Sands.
Croyde Beach – Dogs restricted 1 May to 1st October. Croyde is rewarding for those who choose to visit during the spring, autumn and winter. The small bay is backed with sand dunes that dogs will love exploring. Large pay and display car park and a selection of cafes, pubs and places to eat.
Combe Martin – Dogs are not allowed on the beach from 1st May until 30th September. The Kiln and Parade car parks are both pay and display from March until October. The main car park overloos the beach. Combe Martin has lots of lovely cafes and shops and there are public toilets in the car park. This stunning cove is set between towering cliffs with beautiful views out to sea. Lots of rock pools.
These are just a few there are many more beach and coves such as Clovelly, Ilfracombe, Hele Bay, Woody Bay, Lee Bay and many more.