If you are searching for a dog friendly caravan park, Waterside is the perfect choice. We offer a number of dog friendly accommodation options meaning you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for.
We specialise in holidays for the whole family and, of course, that includes furry family members, too. Forget trying to find kennels or worrying about leaving your dog at home and simply bring them along to join in the fun.
Although our sites are dog friendly caravan parks, that doesn’t mean we make the owners compromise on comfort. There actually isn’t much different between our dog friendly accommodation and other caravans. However, for peace of mind all dog friendly caravans has decking or outside space.
For visitors booking dog friendly caravan holidays we just ask for an additional £49 for either one big or two small dogs.
Dorset and Cornwall could have been made for dogs and their owners. With beaches, nature reserves and the South West Coast Path, you are spoilt for dog-walking choice. Of course, it is important to check the beach is dog friendly or if it has restrictions before you visit but fortunately, there are plenty of beaches to choose from.
In Dorset, those near the parks that welcome dogs include: Bowleaze Cove, Chesil Beach, Church Ope Cove, Portland, Ringstead Beach and the dog friendly area on Weymouth Beach.
At Tregoad, your nearby dog friendly beaches include: Plaidy, Hannafore, Seaton, Downderry and Millendreath (Oct-May only).
Whether your dog likes to spend their time digging holes, splashing in waves or simply running free, beach time will certainly make for a dog friendly holiday, Weymouth or Cornwall.
The most striking attraction on your holiday is almost certainly going to be the coast. From cliff walks to lazy beach days, there is something for everyone where the sea meets the land. However, for truly pet friendly caravan holidays in Weymouth or Cornwall, you may be wondering if there are any other activities you can enjoy with your dog.
Head to a picturesque town or village to soak up the local culture. Dogs are welcome visitors throughout Dorset and Cornwall so take them exploring with you.
Many of Dorset’s other famous attractions are ideal for visiting with dogs, too. Durdle Door, Swanage Railway, Old Harry Rocks and Corfe Castle are just a few places that welcome dogs on their days out with owners.
In Cornwall, take your canine friend to Pinetum Gardens, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Shipwreck Treasure Museum and the Eden Project (outside areas only) amongst other dog friendly attractions.
When it’s time for refreshments, many pubs and restaurants are dog friendly, especially if they have outside seating areas which often have great views. Just check before you go to avoid disappointment.
When it comes to dog friendly holiday parks, we believe our sites offer a great package. From comfortable accommodation to endless beaches, landmarks and attractions to visit, you and your dog will have a fantastic time together. Knowing you’ve got the perfect place to stay, why not start planning dog friendly caravan holidays, today?