Dog friendly beaches in North Devon – part two

We are a nation of dog lovers and that means we want to bring our beloved pooches on holiday with us and let them enjoy the great outdoors as much as we do! At Lobb Fields we understand that and want you to take full advantage of beautiful North Devon while you’re here.

In Dog Friendly Beaches in North Devon – part one we explored the section of coast from Saunton to Woolacombe Bay. There are plenty more beaches to see just a little further afield from the park along the seemingly never-ending stretch of North Devon coast line.

Wildersmouth is next to the Victorian seaside town of Ilfracombe and the iconic Landmark Theatre. A beautiful rugged bay flanked by dramatic cliffs with plenty of shingle sand and rocks for you and your four legged friend to roam over.

Wildersmouth Beach Ilfracombe |

Continuing in the same direction along the coast you come to Watermouth Bay which is nestled between Hele Bay and Combe Martin. It’s a sheltered spot often has a selection of boats moored and is surrounded by lush green hills. You can’t fail to be impressed by the beauty of this place, and if you like what you see here you might like to venture into Combe Martin where you can park up overlooking the beach and then have a clamber round the rock pools. If you’re lucky you’ll spot the dolphins who come into the bay hunting jellyfish.

If you fancy a day out which feels like stepping back in time then head off in the opposite direction and visit Clovelly. Home to cobbled streets and donkeys rather than motor vehicles it is a great day out and boasts the secluded Bucks Mills Beach which offers a beautiful vantage point to see the ancient fishing village. On a clear day you can also get a great view of Lundy Island.

Please contact us is you have any questions abut bringing your pooch to stay with us.


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