<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_apr17_week1.jpg" alt="Dog-friendly holiday properties of the week" /> </p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; traditional barn cottages in Devon, an award-winning holiday village in Hampshire, a lovely cottage in the heart of Perthshire, and a self-catering holiday park in Anglesey.</p>
Little Comfort Farm Holiday Cottages – Devon
Set in a secret valley with fishing lake where the river trickles by. North Devon’s golden beaches, unspoilt countryside and the stunning beauty of Exmoor are all on your doorstep. The perfect holiday for all seasons and where magical holiday memories are made.
All the self-catering cottages are very dog friendly with their own enclosed gardens. They provide a map of the beautiful 70 acre farm showing dog owners where they can walk their dogs, both on and off the lead, together with private access to their lovely 1km river valley walk. Some of it is enclosed for free running and there are several opportunities for dogs to play and swim in the river.
Boswarthen Farm – Cornwall
Glamourous tent's, farm fun and hospitality to match.
Boswarthen Farm don't just show you into the glamorous tents, they are also there to help, give advice on the area, to show you the cow's and tell you about farming. Their aim is to provide you with a wonderful experience that you won't get with other glamping holidays, whether you’re there as a family or a couple.
All of the safari tent’s have wood burning stoves, their own flushing toilet and a veranda with a swing seat and a sea view. There is also a two storey tent that sleeps up to eight, and is therefore ideal for two families travelling together. Then finally their gypsy caravan has been pressed into service accompanied by a bell tent for the older kids.
Bolberry Farm Cottages – Devon
Bolberry Farm Cottages are traditional barn cottages nestling in a quiet hamlet one mile from Hope Cove. The three cottages have enclosed gardens and within each garden there’s a further enclosed area ideal for late night/early morning toilet visits!
There are an abundance of coastal and countryside walks right from the doors; a dog wash facility for muddy paws! There are several dog friendly beaches along the coast from secluded coves to long stretches of sand. The area has a variety of dog friendly cafes, restaurants and pubs, the nearest being the Port Light Hotel run by the same owners.
Sandy Balls Holiday Village – Hampshire
The award-winning Sandy Balls Holiday Village is set against the stunning backdrop of 120 acres of woodland on the edge of the New Forest National Park, and is perfect for long leisurely walks.
We offer superb customer service, luxury facilities, and quality accommodation. Our five-star holiday village has something for everyone, whether it's a long weekend, midweek break or longer.
We are the perfect holiday destination offering pet friendly lodges sleeping up to six people, cosy caravans, sleeping up to four, Camping Pods, sleeping up to four and two pet friendly touring fields for motorhomes, caravans or camping.
Atholl Cottage – Perthshire
Atholl Cottage is situated in the heart of Perthshire, between Pitlochry and Blair Atholl. It offers high quality self catering accommodation.
The cottage, originally built in 1812, stands in its own private grounds and is bordered on one side by the Aldclune Burn. The Cottage has been awarded 4 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.
Easy access to the A9 (see map) gives visitors the opportunity to explore some splendid and historic countryside. Golfing, hill walking, fishing, mountain bike riding and bird watching are all available locally.
Trearddur Holiday Bungalows – Anglesey
Trearddur Holiday Bungalows is a small family run, self catering holiday park set in the quiet seaside village of Trearddur Bay, Anglesey (Ynys Mon). Here you can relax and enjoy breathtaking scenery which includes award winning beaches and the beautiful coast line.
Anglesey’s is home to a number of beautiful sandy beaches and other attractions that are easily accessible. The North Wales mainland and the Snowdonia National Park are a short drive away. You can even take a day trip to Dublin on the new high speed ferry from the port of Holyhead which is just 3 miles away.