Magnolia Lodge is very pet friendly, we know that if your pet’s having a great holiday you will too. We’re happy to welcome up to 2, small to medium, well behaved dogs. We simply ask that you clear up after your four legged friend, do not allow them to sit directly on the furniture or enter the carpeted areas. The charge for pet stays is £25 per pet.

The lodge boasts

  • An enclosed garden
  • Utility
  • Outdoor dog wash with hot and cold shower
  • Large front field for early morning/late evening walks, a spot of ball throwing or agility jumps.

As you can see Barney, our cockapoo, enjoys exploring enormously!

There’s also plenty of places for your pet to explore near by

Stover Country Park – Local nature reserve centered around a lake only 2 minutes drive

Parke National Trust – lovely woodland walks along the river and old railway track

Haldon Forest – 3500 acres of forest to explore

Canonteign Falls – England’s highest manmade waterfall set in 90 acres

Dartmoor – One of the UK’s first designated National Parks

Devon Wildlife Trust – Nature Reserves

Torbay Beaches – Beaches welcoming dogs

Teignbridge Beaches – Beaches welcoming dogs

South West Coast Path – Walks with your dog

As well as some great places to eat out with doggies too

Ullacombe Farm – Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch and afternoon tea, near Haytor

Home Farm Cafe, Bovey Tracey an ideal pit stop when exploring Parke.

The Cleave, Lustleigh (open fire in winter)

The Old Inn, Widecombe in the Moor

The Rugglestone Inn, Widecombe in the Moor. Home cooked locally sourced food with local beers direct from the barrel

The Dartmoor Inn Halfway, Bickington

Cary Arms, Babbacombe

The Elizabethan, Luton

Greendale Farm Shop & Cafe, Near Exeter