Pet Friendly Holidays
Our Pet Friendly Holiday Homes are situated within easy access to footpaths or exercise areas.
Book a Pet Friendly Holiday Home and get your FREE Pet Pack including:
• Healthy dog treat and toy
• Comfy dog bed
• Feeding and water bowls
• Pooper scoopers and unlimited refills
Plus you'll also get our WOOF Guide to Woolacombe packed full of useful information including coastal and countryside footpaths, pet friendly pubs, restaurants and tea houses. Plus maps and access guides for local beaches, details of local vets, pet groomers and pet friendly attractions in the area.
You can also download our dog friendly WOOF Guide here.
NB: Pet Friendly holidays can only be booked directly with Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks and are not available through third party booking agents or newspaper promotions. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are not counted as pets and are exempt from all charges, please call 0843 2080 377 for further information.
Pets are welcome in selected accommodation and must be pre-booked for just £20 per pet per booking. Pets are allowed in designated Camping & Touring areas at Woolacombe Bay, Twitchen House and Easewell Farm at a cost of £1.50 per pet per night.
We try to pick Holiday Homes that are situated with easy access to footpaths or exercise areas, we also include all the little extras we hope will improve your stay... comfy dog bed with covers we change on every arrival, healthy dog treat, doggy toy, feeding bowls, water bowls, and that all important pooper scooper with unlimited refills.
To help you choose which Park is for you here is a choice of the accommodation available:
Why bring your dog to Woolacombe Bay?
As dog owners ourselves, we understand dog owners and part of the reason we live in Woolacombe is it's great for dogs (or is it part of the reason we have dogs is Woolacombe is great for them?) either way here's a taste of what we can offer you and your best friend. We welcome dogs on all of our Holiday Parks.
Which Park to choose... well, they are all great!
Situated at the head of a picturesque valley, the Park is a resort within itself. Sit and relax watching the world go by outside our very own pub The Old Mill. The 17th Century Inn is just the place to enjoy al fresco dining on the heated patio. After a quiet drink or a delicious dinner take a stroll down to our Doggy Walk area to stretch yours and your furry friends legs!
This Park is situated just 5 minutes drive from Woolacombe's lively village centre and fabulous beach. Give your dog a good run on 3 miles of sandy beach or enjoy some of the delights the local dog friendly Cafes, Bars and Restaurants have to offer.
South facing with stunning views across the Bay, Lundy Island and the magnificent Atlantic Ocean and her many moods. Almost 200 metres above sea level with nothing between us and North America, this Park is breathtaking whether in the midst of a Spring or Autumn gale or basking in the still heat of midsummer with nothing but the sound of Skylarks.There are walks to suit all tastes with 3 footpaths leading to and from the Park surrounded by miles of spectacular National Trust parkland, quaint villages and dramatic coastline. Boundaries don't exist here so you can walk to your heart's content or take a short stroll to the beach only 15 minutes away! The Park has glorious views over the valley and its own 11 acre exercise area full of young trees and rabbits...that's doggy entertainment!
The name means "meeting of paths" and this it does as the Park is criss-crossed with them. Set amid a stunning countryside setting and the only mature woodland in the Woolacombe area, Twitchen House Holiday Village is a magnet for those who enjoy country walks.Walks here are endless, head inland or take our footpath down to any of Woolacombe's finest beaches and grassy headlands and meet up with the breathtaking "South West Coastal Path". It's only a short 20 minute walk to the beach through the woods emerging into the gorse and bracken covered Twitchen Valley and Combesgate Beach. All our "Pet Friendly" accommodation is situated within easy access to trails, paths and walks.
Originally a working farm, now the home to Woolacombe and Mortehoe Golf Club and one of the most beautiful touring Parks in the country. It commands wonderful rural and sea views with direct unhindered access to the Coastal Path, Kinevor Valley, Bull Point Lighthouse and footpath to Lee Bay, Mortehoe and Rockham Bay. Easewell Farm is perfect for those looking to unwind with unforgettable views over surrounding countryside and coastline ... there is a quiet and friendly Clubhouse open daily, Park shop and 9 hole golf course to enjoy!
Walks on and off Park
Make the most of all the outside space Woolacombe and the surrounding area has to offer by exploring it on foot!
From Golden Coast walk a short while and reach the old railway line stretching all the way to Ilfracombe allowing you and your pooch to walk safely on a tarmac pedestrian and cycle path, removing the worries of motor traffic when enjoying a stroll. If you don't fancy leaving the site walk your dog on site at the doggy walk area.
At Woolacombe Bay you can use the designated sea view and conservation areas to exercise your dog to your hearts content. This Park is situated just 15 minutes walk from Woolacombe Beach, 3 miles of golden sand for your dog to explore.
Surrounded by National Trust land Twitchen House is ideal for a pet owner that wants to put their boots on and start walking. Encircled by woodland footpaths and a walk down to the beach of 20 minutes this Park will allow you to take numerous different walks from site and out into the open countryside or to various local villages to sample the local delights!
Ideally placed for exploring North Devon, Easewell Farm is in a great location nestled amongst glorious National Parkland and overlooking the spectacular Woolacombe Bay. With direct access from the Park to coastal and countryside walks this Park will allow you to head out on foot and fill days investigating different coastal and countryside locations, or just stroll 25 minutes to the beach. For those who fancy enjoying the site itself and what it has to offer there is a dog exercise area available for use on Park.