The Arundell Arms offers
If you feel your holiday won’t be the same without your canine friend, then book a stay at our
We charge £15 per night per dog and provide all canine guests with their own dog bed, water/food bowl, poo bag and a welcome chew.
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"Poppy our Cockapoo was welcomed as warmly as we were. We dined in the bar area where Poppy was fussed over. At breakfast we were asked if Poppy would like a sausage. As well as being very dog friendly the food here was outstanding!"
(Pets Pyjamas review - January 2017)
"We have been going to this hotel for several years and we love it. Our Westies do as well. Perfectly comfortable luxury. Super food and excellent, attentive staff."
(TripAdvisor review - February 2017)
"We have just come back from a fabulous weekend away at the Arundell Arms where we were all made to feel very welcome. With a dog bed, towel and bowl all set up in the room they really lived up to their dog friendly place."
(Pets Pyjamas review - February 2017)
"We stayed for one night with our German Shorthaired Pointer, Solo, and to be honest we weren't too sure what to expect from a dog friendly hotel as we hadn't been away with him before. We shouldn't have worried as the hotel and staff were amazing from start to finish."
(TripAdvisor review - March 2017)
“Dexter our lovely Labradoodle had such a fun weekend away. The accommodation was comfortable and has a quaint country touch. All the staff we came in contact with were so friendly and helpful. They all made a fuss over Dexter and made him feel very welcome. The food we experienced was amazing, from dining in the bar with Dexter at dinner and breakfast to our 5 course tasting menu in the restaurant, the food was superb. The hotel was very doggy friendly with enclosed gardens and a relaxing lounge where Dexter took situ as lord of the manor! The hotels location means you can explore both Devon and Cornwall. Dexter loved the beaches and so did we. Thank you for a relaxing weekend away.”
(Pets Pyjamas review - July 2017)