Our natural retreat is open to both humans and dogs. And with long stretches of Cornish sand and miles of Atlantic cliff paths, Scarlet can be what both dogs and their owners seek.
If planning to stay with a dog, please contact our reservations team directly prior to booking your stay. Up to two dogs can share your Scarlet stay with you.
A few extras for your room
Tell us your dog is coming and we’ll prepare the room especially. Arrive at Scarlet and you’ll find a dog towel, food bowls, and a surprise gift already here. Our dog-friendly rooms also only feature enclosed outdoor areas, so there’s no unplanned four-legged exploration of the gardens.
Price £15 per night for a dog.
Whilst we do understand how comfy our human beds are; we must ask that any of our four-legged friends refrain from using these beds and furniture and instead use the cosy dog beds provided.
If you’re allergic to dogs, we also have rooms that remain dog-free. Please contact our reservations team to discuss further.
Going for a walk
Mawgan Porth beach is dog-friendly all year round. For a full day’s walk, the South West Coast Path tracks right by Scarlet. Keep following until all legs are tired out.
Walking around Scarlet
The welcoming Reception Lounge, warm Retreat Lounge and clifftop Retreat Terrace are all open to dogs. We ask for dogs to be kept on leads around the hotel.
Eating at Scarlet
Scarlet's restaurants sea gazing outdoor terrace is open to dogs. Breakfast can be served at a booth in Scarlet’s bar, while lunch and dinner can be taken in the dog-friendly Retreat Lounge.
Along the coast, there are plenty of other dog-friendly restaurants, cafes and pubs. Many of our team are dog owners themselves and they’ll happily tell you about their favourite places.