Millmans Holiday Cottages Devon, Village Road, Marldon, Devon, TQ3 1SJ +44 (0)1803 558213 tina@millmanscottages.co.uk
Dog & Pets Welcome  

DOG FRIENDLY HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN DEVON

We welcome small to medium size dogs and small pets to Rose, Primrose and Lily Cottages by prior arrangement for a small fee of £3 per day per pet for holidays and short breaks. Enjoy your cottage holiday or short break with your dog in South Devon.

There are lots of lovely coast and country walks in the area when you stay at Millmans holiday cottages for your short break or holiday. We have lots of imformation on dog friendly beaches, attractions, pubs and cafes etc where your four legged friend will be made 'pets welcome'. We ask you please not to leave your dog in the cottage on its own while you are off the premises (we dont want them upset) and not to let them on furniture or beds. Our rear garden where children play and the pool is located is dog free. There is a great park opposite the cottage for your dog.

Tess

Tess likes a daily dip in the sea at Goodrington Beach and going to our local pub, The Church House Inn, just five minutes' walk from Millmans where she likes to take her owners Christine and Tony for a drink or a meal where she gets a warm welcome and a biscuit!

 

Buddy

Buddy loves the park opposite the cottages where he meets all the local dogs. He had a wonderful time in Cockington Woods in February while his owners were taught how to build dens. On his last visit in July he had a dip in the lake at Decoy Park and enjoyed Stoke Gabriel while his family went crab fishing and had a cream tea while he kept guard so those cheeky seagulls didn't take the scones!

 

 

Misek

Misek visited us from Germany in July, he is truly is a well travelled international dog as he was an unwanted dog from Poland who was given a new home in Germany by Joern, Sibylle, Judith and Ellen. Misek enjoyed his many walks and days out in Devon and Cornwall with his family. Tintagle in Cornwall was one of his favourites.

 

 

Mika

Mika lived homeless on the streets in Spain until he was rescued by an animal charity. Sabine, Swen and Caroline saw Mika on the internet and gave him a home in Germany. He loved his walks in the lanes of Marldon, the Devon coast paths and hunting treasures with his family who are avid Geocachers.

 

 

Skye

Skye, a one year old Labrador had his first swim in the sea from Paignton Beach, not before his owner Jim had stripped off and went into the sea ( in April!) to rescue Skye’s toys he had thrown into the sea to encourage Skye into the water. After his swim Skye was made very welcome in The Shoreline Cafe with his family while Jim had a warming drink!


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