From the coast of West Wales to the inland countryside, there really is tons to Wales that’s worth exploring! Why not take a pet or two with you to traverse the valleys, rivers and national parks? From the wilds of Pembrokeshire to the amazing Snowdonia National Park, there are plenty of great reasons to go looking for the best dog friendly cottages in Wales.
Meadow View is an Anglesey cottage which sleeps 6 people across 3 bedrooms, and you can bring 2 dogs with you, too! This multi-storey home has a super king size bedroom as well as a double and twin. There’s a wet room with shower on the ground floor, as well as Wi-Fi and a woodburning stove.
This bright and airy all-wood cabin in Beggars Bush, Mid Wales, is close to Cardigan Bay. It sleeps five guests over three bedrooms, some with their skylights in the eaves. The hallway leads from the covered porch, where you can leave your muddy boots and freshen up in the downstairs shower. To the rear, a patio hosts a private hot tub and al fresco dining furniture.
lose to the stunning Snowdonia National Park, Dwynant sleeps 5 people with 3 bedrooms, and offers space for 1 dog. There is a single bedroom and two doubles, and you’ll also benefit from your own garden and bike storage. There is also baby furniture available for rent, and a full kitchen complete with dishwasher and aga.
One of the hot tub properties in South Wales, you’ll find ample room for the whole family. The cottage sleeps eight guests in split level bedrooms and has a bathroom on each floor and a shower room on the ground floor. There is a formal dining room table and a log burning fire in the living area. Outdoors there is a hot tub and BBQ area, and at the bottom of the garden, there is a games room.
The Little House is a curious and cosy p that sleeps 3 people with 1 bedroom, and space for 1 well behaved dog. Across two floors, you have access to a full kitchen, TV and entertainment, Wi-Fi, and bed linen provided as standard. There’s also a walk in shower in the wet room, which is amazingly convenient.
This is one of the top hot tub properties in Wales, in our opinion. The bedrooms – the master a super-king with patio doors leading out to the hot tub and the twin with an en suite rainfall shower – sleep, four guests. Monogrammed bath robes, and a roll-top bath provides extra touches. The wrap-around living room bi-fold doors bring the surrounding countryside right in.
This stunning stone cottage is semi detached with 1 bedroom, and space for 2 people with 2 dogs. A relatively secluded spot, this ground floor bolthole has a complete shower room, kitchen and diner, and open plan living throughout. There’s TV and Wi-Fi available for entertainment, and a dishwasher and microwave should help make self catering easy.
Tucked away on a private country lane, this wooden cabin overlooking a tranquil pond has sleeps two guests. The bedroom, living room, dining area, and kitchen are integrated, making for a truly romantic break cabin style. The cherry on top is the hot tub below the wooden raised balcony.
This extremely quaint holiday cottage is ideal for dog lovers, offering 1 bedroom to sleep 2, and room for 2 pets. With a large open garden, bed linen and towels for the shower room, and a complete kitchen and sitting room, you pretty much have everything you’d ever need from a lovely dog friendly holiday.
If you’re after cosy holiday cottages in Wales, then this countryside retreat should tick all the boxes. Set in an acre of private land, this shepherd’s barn conversion has its duck pond and sleeps four guests. The open plan accommodation on the ground floor has a wood-burning stove and a downstairs shower and utility room.
This classic home has tons of character and plenty of space for 3 people and 2 pets. Offering one bedroom on the first floor and a shower room on the ground floor, you’ll also benefit from an open plan living area, complete with sofa bed and a wood burner.
These Welsh hot tub cottages are in Nantgaredig, West Wales. It’s a spacious integrated living, dining and kitchen area that has character pitched oak beams, a log burning fire and French doors leading to the outdoor private hot tub. This three-bedroomed cottage sleeps six guests and benefits from a ground floor bathroom with a bath and separate shower. It also has a fantastic garden and outdoor space.
This stunning holiday nook sleeps 2 people and 1 dog, with a double bedroom and a shower room as standard. There is also a wood burner available, with full TV and DVD facilities, Wi-Fi and your own garden, complete with a BBQ set. There’s also a full modern kitchen suite, meaning that cooking up a storm should never be a problem.
Coastal Cottages are hugely popular. The coast is thriving with seaside activities for the family and dogs. Enjoy long walks with a vast rugged coastline to explore, try some exhilarating water sports like surfing and paddle boarding, or simply grab some famous local fish and chips. Where possible, we’ve lined up breaks away with sea views and access to coastal paths. Search no more!
Don’t worry – we have found a terrific range of cheap Welsh cottages that allow dogs and don’t break the bank! The long weekends we’ve found on our search allow for great family retreats in the countryside or city. These low cost breaks in Wales are popular among couples and large groups. Whether you really want that access to coast path walks – even a few kitchen appliances – you’ll never have to pay over the odds.
All of the cottages in listed Wales welcoming dogs provide fantastic onsite equipment for you to rustle up some great home cooked food. Whether you’re staying for 1-2 nights or a week, rest assured you’ll have everything you need for a memorable stay with your pet. Take a look out for a garden courtyard to relax on and a fire woodburner to cosy up with after a day of adventures.
We’ve made a point of looking for the best of dog friendly holiday cottages and breaks available for you to book right now. Looking for an open plan space that sleeps 2? What about a ground floor cottage?
Finding a dog friendly cottage or pet friendly cottage in Wales is easier than ever. The fact is, dog holidays are picking up a big way across the country, meaning that from coast to country, North Wales to South Wales, you’ll find plenty of homeowners happy to let you bring a pup along for the fun.
If you’re thinking of having a quick search around for a cottage holiday in Wales and really don’t know where to start, allow us to fill in the blanks. Take a look at a few of our favourites below and see how you get on.
Wales is a beautiful part of the UK. There’s so much to see from ancient castles and mining museums to narrow-gauge railways and sandy beaches. With rugged mountains and picturesque cliffs, Wales is also a holiday haven for hikers with many cottages being booked for this purpose. Many look for a beach within a mile or two of their bolthole, and why not indeed? Set up with parking at your getaway spot and start exploring.
Long dog walks in the great outdoors is one of the main draws here, making it the ideal place to holiday with your best friend. trail the Wye Valley, the breath-taking Colwyn Bay, Traeth Llydan and more besides.
There is a great choice of places to stay with dogs in Wales. No matter what style of accommodation you prefer – country cottages, a spacious caravan or a modern lodge – you can select just what to suits you best.
From Swansea and Carmarthen Bay to Colwyn and Snowdonia, (more information here) in the north, there are good times to be had in every part of Wales.
Wales has something that captures the heart of everyone, including the family pet. Spectacular countryside and rugged cliff tops offer beautiful places to walk together. Traditional pubs that welcome your pet inside are just the place to enjoy a hearty lunch and a drink or two.
Castles, formal gardens, abbeys and museums are there for lovers of history and culture. Cardiff, Llandudno and Bangor have some of the best shopping around if one of your party longs for a bit of retail therapy. And there are plenty of outdoor activities such as climbing, ziplining, kayaking and fishing for the more energetic members of the family.
Sitting quietly in a cottage with your dog at your side is the perfect way to relax.
Most of the accommodation in our has an enclosed garden with full garden amenities where you can read a book or sip a glass of wine after a long day exploring. It’s the perfect way to spend an evening together with your pet.
There’s never been a better time to rent dog friendly cottages in Wales with hot tubs. End your search with our brilliant list and hold out for some great special offers – whether you’re looking for a ground floor cottage in Cardigan Bay, or an enclosed garden out in Betws y Coed.
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