Dog Rules

Dog Rules

Our holiday cottages in Devon are pet friendly because we understand how hard it is to leave your four legged friend behind when you go away; your dog is part of the family so it makes sense that he or she should be able to come along too, doesn't it? Absolutely! 
Stonehayes Farm is fantastic for dog friendly holidays as it's out in the countryside surrounded by the most beautiful countryside; wide open fields, lush pastures and steeply wooded hills, so there are plenty of opportunities for dog walks of all lengths. Climb up to the top of Dumpdon Hill, go over to Hembury Fort, or take your mutt for a run along the beach on the Jurassic Coast - it's not far at all, and Sidmouth, Beer and Branscombe all have areas of the beach with no restrictions. Even if you go walking and decide to stop at a country pub for refreshments, it won't be a problem as most of them welcome dogs to the point of putting a bowl of water out for them and keeping a jar of treats on the bar. So get the canine case out, put the crate in the car and come on down! We're looking forward to seeing you!
Each of the holiday cottages at Stonehayes Farm allows 2 well behaved dogs, but we do have doggie rules that we ask you to abide by. Note that dogs must be added when you make your booking and will be charged at £50 per pet. 

Our Dog Rules:

Dogs are not allowed on any of the furniture in the house.

Dogs are not allowed upstairs.

Dogs are not allowed in the hot tub. 

Dogs are not to be left alone in the property at any time. 

We ask that dogs sleep in a crate at night, but if this is really not possible please follow our guidelines as to where your pet should sleep.

You will need to bring your own dog towels and you must make sure that any wet or muddy dogs are dried off before being allowed into the house.

It is very important that all all dog mess is picked up throughout your stay and we ask that you do a final check of the grounds before you leave. 

Stonehayes Farm is situated in the Devon countryside and there are often livestock in the surrounding fields and farmland. Please keep your dog on a lead at all times and ensure maximum supervision

Thank you!

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