The walk starts at a cafe where dogs are more than welcome. There are plenty of water bowls and the tables have rings so that you can safely attach your dogs leads. You then walk through a wood until you come out on the beach.
Extra info from Barbara Pritchard (+ Dharma & Tenzing)
There is a 'Dogs not allowed on the beach' sign on the walkway next to the Cafe but this refers only to the portion of the beach to the right side (in front of Lifeboat and Beach Huts). There's miles of beach and pinewoods to explore to the left. Some areas may be roped off if terns are nesting or if seal pups are ashore, but otherwise it's doggie-heaven. Most dog-people use the steps at the far end of the car-park, next to van selling gorgeous local Ice-cream! You can also join the Peddars Way Coastal footpath here. And there are toilets at the entrance to the car park.
When the tide is out, there is plenty of sand, pools and dunes for you and your dog to explore.
nchadwickGreen 114 Points
Good beach with chance of a woodland walk too
Dogs not allowed to use the main beach entrance close to the cafe but you can get on the beach from the wooden steps/walkway further along the car park. Head left once on the beach and you can eventually pick up a path through the woods that takes you back to the car park making it a half beach half shaded walk. Toilets available near the cafe.
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