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DOGS WELCOME

We welcome dogs here at Mill Farm and each of our properties is suitable for up to two labrador-sized dogs. Although we may accept more than two dogs

if they are smaller.

 (Please contact us to discuss your requirements).

The gardens are all fenced with 6 ft high solid wooden fencing either side, with the rest being approx 1 m high wire mesh, so as not to spoil the views.

 

Please be aware that dogs must be on a lead when they are not in their own enclosed garden.

Each garden has an area of lawn...So night time toilet trips are easy.

We provided sofa covers so that your furry family members can snuggle up with you to watch TV but we do ask please that you don't allow dogs on the beds.

With dog bowls, an outside dog wash and even biscuit treats for your dogs we think they'll enjoy their holiday as much as you will.

Especially as we have several sandy beaches nearby, including Sandymouth beach...Which is dog friendly all year round!

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Dogs are also welcome to explore our grounds and you can enjoy a peaceful walk around the lake and up into the fields to take in the far reaching countryside views. 

We just ask that dogs are kept under control and on a lead please as we are surrounded by farm animals and

we also have our resident alpacas and other guests

to consider.

Happily, you will also find that our local pub The Bradworthy Inn, (which is just a 5 min stroll away), is also dog friendly, and as well as a local pint, you can also enjoy a delicious meal in the bar with your four-legged friends.

We ask please that your dogs are never left unattended in the property or garden and should they be unable to accompany you on an activity, we would be happy to provide you with details of several local day boarding kennels.

(All dogs must be over 1 year old. Please see our terms and conditions for further details).

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