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Lifting the lid on the St Ives dog ban

Katy Peck

We are now just days away from the St Ives dog ban being lifted for the season across St Ives most popular beaches, welcoming back all four-legged friend alike. Reclaiming the sand from the Spring and Summer crowds, the St Ives beaches will once again be a doggy haven…

Whether you are a new or returning visitor to St Ives, it comes as a welcome return for all of those that visit St Ives with man’s best friend once the ban is lifted. As no visit to this part of the county is complete without a charge along one of St Ives great expanses of golden sand for any dog.

With many of our returning guests choosing to come out of season for this very reason, we decided we would recap our favourite hot spots for time spent with Fido.

Booking luxury dog friendly accommodation in St Ives

For discerning dog lovers, there are plenty of dog friendly pubs, restaurants and cafés within short walking distance, along with some of the most scenic coastal walks to keep Fido entertained. With a luxurious crash pad on return, Sail Lofts offers the best luxury self-catering in St Ives, with comfort and convenience in abundance.

Dog friendly St Ives

There are also many great coastal walks heading out in both directions along the cliff tops of St Ives, with one taking you around to Carbis Bay ending in Lelant, near one of the greatest dog friendly beaches that is open year round to mans best friend. Heading out of St Ives in the opposite direction you will find some of the most awe-inspiring cliff top views, with the Tinner’s Arms for refreshment along the way. There are plenty of dog friendly restaurants, bars and cafes within St Ives itself, including Hub burger bar with beautiful views out across St Ives harbour and the Sloop Inn for cosy laid back drinks by the fire.

How does the St Ives dog ban effect you?

OK, granted no stay in St Ives with your dog in the Spring and Summer (even though it is sunnier) is the same for your four-legged friend as it is in the Autumn and Winter, as your four-legged friend can’t charge across the expanse of Porthmeor Beach. But, does this need to make St Ives a no go zone for dog lovers for 6 months of the year? We think not… find out more

To speak with a member of the Sail Lofts team regarding your booking or to register your interest in an upcoming stay in St Ives with your dog, why not call and find out how Sail Lofts can help you to make the most of your time away.