dog friendly SeaSpace

SeaSpace Good Dog Guide

Cliff top stomps. Endless beach bounding. Swimming for that ball. Coastal living is truly pro pet, and so are we. We’re all up for having well-behaved, house-trained dogs to stay.

Here's the lowdown on what you need to know:
  1. For everyone's safety and happiness, keep your dog on a lead in all public areas.

  2. Before heading into SeaSpace dry off any muddy or sandy paws.

  3. BYO food, dog bed and water bowl.

  4. We’re sure your dog will feel as at home as you do, but to keep it clean and tidy the furniture, including the beds, has to stay off limits.

  5. Your well-behaved dog can be left alone in your space for a little while, but don't head out and about without them.

  6. Clean up after your dog in our gardens and anywhere else you go and explore. Keep an eye out for the dog waste bins.

  7. Quiet, calm dogs are welcome in the restaurant and the café (and most other shared spaces too).

  8. For safety and hygiene, dogs can’t go in the swimming pools, gym, fitness room or family play areas.

  9. Let loose in our nature trail, explore the coast path just across the road, or head to the beach for epic games of fetch. Heads up, Porth beach has seasonal dog restrictions, so check the signs to find out when you can go. There are loads of other beaches on the north coast that are dog-friendly all year round, including Watergate Bay, Fistral and Perranporth.

  10. We know accidents happen, but if your dog causes any damage, it’s up to you to sort it. And if your dog is noisy or bothering other guests, you’ll need to handle it. We’ll help however we can. It rarely happens, but if your dog is really disruptive or even puts other guests in danger, we might need to ask them to leave.