Tail-Wagging Welcome for Your Furry Family!
At Aish Cross, we understand that dogs are more than just pets; they’re cherished members of your family. That’s why we’re thrilled to open our doors to well-behaved canine companions, ensuring both owners and their four-legged friends have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
Luxury & Comfort for All Paws:
Rest assured, being dog-friendly doesn’t compromise on luxury or comfort. We go above and beyond to create a pawsitive experience for your pup, too!
Your Doggy Welcome Pack:
Upon arrival, your furry friend receives a special welcome pack filled with goodies:
- A cozy blanket to protect furniture
- Towels for those muddy paw prints
- Biodegradable poo bags
- Food and water bowls
- Delicious doggy treats
- “I’m on Holiday!” tag with our contact information (so your pup stays safe and connected)
Outdoor Adventures Await:
Explore our expansive 1-acre orchard garden, exclusively for guests. While not fully enclosed due to the driveway, it’s a tranquil haven for supervised doggy playtime. You’ll also find a convenient poo bin for easy cleanup.
Woof-Worthy Walks & Local Gems:
Aish boasts an abundance of dog-friendly walks. Stroll through the picturesque back lane towards Stoke Gabriel, past the charming cricket ground, and reach the scenic Mill Pond at Stoke Gabriel, by the River Dart – a delightful 35-minute trip. We also provide details on other pawsome local walks and a curated list of “doggy-friendly” beaches, pubs, and cafes.
Friendly Reminders for Pawsome Stays:
- Keep your dog on a lead if needed, especially near young children, other dogs, or our resident feline friends, Pippa and Kate (who love humans but aren’t pup pals).
- Be a responsible pet parent: pick up all waste and dispose of it in the designated bin.
- Dogs are welcome downstairs (on the wood laminate floor and rugs) but not on the carpeted upstairs rooms. We provide stair gates to help.
- Please use the provided doggy rug on chairs and the settee to protect the furniture.
- For everyone’s safety, dogs should not be left unattended in the cottages.
- Owners must comply with current Government legislation (eg. no unregistered breeds)