This is a difficult place to define. On the one hand, it's a delightfully formed high-design, mini boutique hotel (there are just six rooms), but the lack of an evening food offer makes it arguably one of the country’s hippest B&Bs.
Eat: The lack of a decent dinner is compensated for in the summer by the owners’ food offering, which is essentially a high-quality seafood shack on a nearby beach (about 20 minutes’ drive away).
Sleep: There are two resident whippets (Jack and Albert) and the entire hotel is open for dogs, including all the six bedrooms. If you have the extra cash and it’s available, opt for Room 5, the most impressive of the rooms (although they all have their own charms and character). There’s a £10 a night charge for dogs. The owners also produce their own toiletries range and you’ll doubtless depart smelling delightful and with a boot full of goodies.
Walk: There is no shortage of places to walk in the vicinity, with beaches and the South West Coastal Path a relatively short hop away. Get in the car and the options worth exploring within 20 minutes expand to the point of almost being bewildering.
South West England
SX 79610 42831
Q: Can I leave my dog alone in the bedroom?
Q: Where else are dogs allowed?
Q: Can my dog come with me when I go to eat?
Q: Are there any extra charges for dogs?