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Dog Friendly Accommodation 

We welcome well-behaved dogs to join you on your trip to West Down Farm. Our large self catering farm cottage is a perfect place to accommodate your favourite pooch, with ample space in the living area for them to sleep and large gardens for them to stretch their legs. 
Doggie Fee  
£25 per dog, per stay. 
Please read on for our dog house rules and local information on dog friendly place to eat, visit and walk plus local vet information should you need it.  
Dog Rules  
Whilst we are happy to welcome you and your dogs to West Down Farm we do have a few house rules.  
Please bring a dog bed, food/water bowls & towel. 
Dogs are not permitted on the furniture or beds. 
Dogs to be kept downstairs. 
Dogs must not be left alone in the accommodation unless crated.  
You are responsible to clean up any messes inside the cottage or in the garden. 
Any damage to the property by your dog must be reported immediately and may incur a charge, payable before check out.  
We generally only allow two dogs to stay, any dogs over this amount is at our discretion.  

Dog Friendly Places to Eat 

The Stags Head Inn - Traditional & A la Carte menu 
8 mins by car 
Tel: 01598 760250 
Dogs welcome in the bar only 
The Poltimore Inn - Traditional pub fare 
9 mins by car 
Tel: 01598 740338 
The London Inn Molland - Traditional & diverse menu 
12 mins by car 
Tel:01769 550269 
Dogs welcome in the bar only 
The Mason Arms - 1 Michelin star restaurant & Pub  
12 mins by car 
Tel: 01398 341231 
To find more dog friendly pubs to visit whilst exploring North Devon please check out  

Dog Walks & Beaches 

The Tarka Trail is a 180 mile figure of 8 trail through North Devon. Two popular sections of the trail are from Barnstaple to Torrington and Barnstaple to Braunton these routes are a lovely walk along the river. You will find place to stop and eat on both routes that will allow dogs in their outside areas. For more information  
Exmoor National Park is a beautiful place to explore with your dog, with open moorland, wooded areas and valleys perfect for an energetic dog and owner.  
Popular places to visit are:  
Tarr Steps 
Valley of the Rocks 
Landacre Bridge 
Wistlandpound reservoir 
North Devon has some beautiful beaches that allow dogs all year round. Please make sure you take notice of any signage at your chosen beach as some have restricted areas for dogs.  
Head towards Ilfracombe on the A361 for: 
Crow Point 
Saunton Sands  
Head towards Bideford on the A361 onto A39: 
Instow Beach 
Westward Ho! 

Dog Friendly Attractions 

Castle Hill Gardens take a stroll around the beautiful gardens of Castle Hill in Filleigh home to the descendants of the Fortescue Family the Earl and Countess of Arran. Dogs are permitted on a lead and the gardens are open all year round except for Saturdays. For more information 
The Gnome Reserve & Wild Flower Garden 
Wel-behaved dog are permitted on a lead.  
The Milkyway Adventure Park 
Permits dogs with a few restrictions 
please see their FAQ's on their website for more info 
Quinces Honey Farm 
Allow dogs everywhere except the play areas 

Local Vet Information 

Market Veterinary Centre 
The Surgery 
Southley Road 
South Molton 
North Devon 
EX36 4BL 
Telephone 01769 572 176 (24 hours - 6 lines) 
Practice Opening Times: 
Monday 8:30am - 8.00pm (late night surgery) 
Tuesday to Friday 8:30am - 6.30pm 
Saturday 8:30am - 5.30pm 
N.B Ever effort has been made to make sure the information contained here is accurate and up to date. However we do recommend that you contact the place to eat or attraction ahead of time to ensure your fury friends are still permitted. 
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