Website Showcases Widest Choice of Dog Friendly Cottages in Devon

Dog Friendly Retreats has thousands of properties for dog owners to choose from in Devon - one of England's most popular holiday destinations.

Truro, United Kingdom - July 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

A website focused solely on holiday properties for dog owners and their pets now boasts the largest online collection of dog-friendly cottages and houses in Devon.

Holiday company Dog Friendly Retreats recently added hundreds of new properties to its canine-centered website, taking the total number of dog-friendly holiday homes in Devon to 2,764.

The central resource gives dog owners the widest choice of holiday options all in one place, allowing them to browse a large selection of properties and book with ease. The collection of Devon cottages and holiday homes can be viewed online at www.dogfriendlyretreats.com/devon.

The company’s owner Josh Williams commented: “This is another major landmark for us at Dog Friendly Retreats. We’ve steadily grown our portfolio of properties in Devon from a few hundred to nearly 3,000 in a little over a year.

“This provides an invaluable resource for dog owners as they can narrow down their choice of holiday accommodation on one website, saving them a lot of time and energy hopping from site to another to weigh up suitable options.”

As one of the UK’s top holiday destinations, Devon has a wide and varied stock of self-catering accommodation available to rent for holidays in the county. Many of these properties have been opened up for visitors who wish to take their pets along with them on holiday.

The collection of Devon properties where dogs are welcome includes quiet country cottages, beach homes and modern townhouses.

Holiday hotspots in Devon with the greatest number of dog-friendly places to stay include the seaside towns of Bideford, Brixham, Torquay and Ilfracombe, as well as countryside retreats in Dartmoor and Exmoor national parks.

Josh Williams added: “Devon is a favourite holiday destination for many people. It has fantastic beaches, rolling countryside and seaside towns to explore.

“Most of the towns and attractions are welcoming to dogs and there are many great walking trails on the coast and in the national parks for more adventurous outings. Dog owners will love it.”

Contact Info:
Name: Josh Williams
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dog Friendly Retreats
Address: Quay Villa, Quay Road, Devoran, Truro, Cornwall TR3 6PW, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1872-464750
Website: https://www.dogfriendlyretreats.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88896945

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