We stayed at Owl Cottage for four nights and it was the best place we have ever stayed. A proper home from home. Lovely long walks around the farm and enclosed garden, perfect for a ten month old Jack Russell.
We will definitely be returning to this perfect dog friendly cottage.
Would like to recommend Bournemouth Seafront Travelodge. Reasonably priced and takes up to two dogs. Good size room, simple and clean and plenty of room for our furry friends. It's Just a minute walk from an amazing beach where dogs can run free from October to April (there are also set areas which are dog friendly all year round). The Chineside cafe right on the beach which even serves doggy icecream! You can't take dogs for breakfast in the Travelodge unless you take turns like we did,however Flirt Cafe in town does a good breakfast and dogs are very welcome. There is a small park just down the road suitable for a quick morning run and the beautuful Winter Gardens in the centre of town. For the evenings Brewhouse and Kitchen is great. Excellent food and even water served to the pooches (be sure to book though and let them know you have dogs with you as they are only allowed in the bar). We even took the dogs on a land train to Boscome, where we found Cafe Boscanova which was so welcoming to us and the dogs. A brilliant break and the dogs were exhausted from all that sea air.
Seadown caravan Park. So dog friendly lovely walk to the beach by the river.Left is dog friendly beach. Dogs must be kept on leads which I like. They go off lead going up over the hills overlooking the beach. 2 pubs both doggie lovers. Places to visit ie Seaton. Donkey sanctuary. Sidmouth all dog friendly. Basically a dog heaven. We booked with Hoeseasons.