<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_julyweek2.jpg" alt="Dog-friendly holiday properties of the week" /></p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; a beautiful apartment in Devon, tranquil and peaceful accommodation in North Wales, a dog-friendly farm in the Isle of Wight, and a dog-loving hotel in Surrey.</p>
Tregongeeves Farm Cottages – Cornwall
Venture to the outskirts of St Austell, down a winding country lane and you’ll find a small cluster of luxurious farm cottages looking over 22 acres of idyllic Cornish countryside; welcome to Tregongeeves Farm Cottages.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway or simply a base from which to kick-start your Cornish adventure Tregongeeves’ self-catering accommodation is the perfect choice all year round.
Three of the cottages have enclosed gardens and are suitable for dogs, so your four legged friend can join in on the fun. They take two small dogs, or one medium-sized.
Nettlecombe Farm – Isle of Wight
Nettlecombe Farm is an award winning dog-friendly farm stay that offers luxurious self-catering holiday cottages that can sleep from three up to ten on the stunning Isle of Wight. The farm which has been in the Morris family for over a century is a working farm, nestled in the heart of rolling countryside and is the hub for many stunning walks that lead you both inland to more glorious countryside or to a number of coastal paths nearby.
During your stay you can join the unique morning feeding tours on the farm, experiencing a day in the life of a farmer. These tours take place from April until September (Monday to Friday) and are actually as popular with the adults as they are with the kids! Whilst you may not to leave the farm once you arrive the Isle of Wight offers an abundance of things to do and see from historic houses, exciting attractions, trendy music festivals and stunning beaches.
Stein's At Trevone Farm - Cornwall
Located in the sleepy village of Trevone just outside of Padstow is Rick Stein and Jill Stein's collection of self-catering holiday homes. The four properties (one sleeping eight and three sleeping six) have all been individually customised and designed by Jill Stein.
Following a coastal inspired theme, the properties have a homely feel to them where you can kick off your shoes and instantly feel relaxed. Outdoor showers, barbecues and al-fresco dining furniture make them perfect for summer stays, while the wood burning stove, oversized sofas and large collection of tempting reads make them the perfect winter getaway. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Grassmere House Holiday Apartment – Devon
The apartment is on the top floor of Grassmere House and is accessed via a flight of stairs, with four bedrooms one an en-suite, spacious plenty of room for nine, yet cosy enough for smaller parties. Outside there is room to park three cars in the secure gated private car park behind the apartment and a decked secluded sitting area just for your use ideal for that cool drink on a summers evening
The village of Combe Martin, which nestles in a sheltered valley, has a two mile long high street, offering a wide selection of inns, cafes and gift shops leading down to the sandy/pebble bay, where children can bathe in safety and explore the many rock pools and caves.
Bach Wen Farm & Cottages – North Wales
Bach Wen is a tranquil and peaceful site overlooking Caernarfon Bay in North Wales. It can be found near the village of Clynnog Fawr, nine miles to the west of Caernarfon. It lies on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsular, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.
Their cottages are converted buildings from the working farm that served the St Beuno Monastery which dates back to the 7th century. The eight stone cottages offer outstanding views in all directions. From the paddocks in front of the cottages you get a spectacular view of Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey, Holy Island and the imposing Three Rivals mountain range.
Chase Lodge Hotel – Surrey
At Chase Lodge Hotel they love dogs. If someone is nice enough to look after one, then they're the type of person they'd like in their hotel.
Chase Lodge is a cosy, 12-room hotel near Hampton Court Palace. A minute away from lovely walks by the River Thames and Bushy Park. They have been voted The Best Hotel in the Region for the past three years, according to the independent reviews on Trip Advisor, the world's largest travel website. It’s where the BBC and ITV like to take their dogs.
There's even a dog-friendly pub at the end of the street. Number of dogs by negotiation.