Each of our properties in south Wales have been expertly picked to make sure that your holiday away with your dog is great from beginning to end. Settle into your holiday home and take it easy for a while before heading out to discover all the dog friendly days out in Wales.
Mount Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales
and part of the amazing National Park. Hiking and climbing are top of the list of things to do here, and it’s dog friendly which makes it so much better. There are also popular towns to visit such as Betws y Coed that has craft stores, art shops, coffee shops and tea rooms.
Pembrokeshire is known for its Blue Flag beaches. With miles of sand to stroll along, many beaches are dog-friendly and without restriction between October and April.
Devils Bridge spans the Rheidol Gorge near Aberystwth. There’s a steep climb to the top but well worth the trek through the beautiful nature and wildlife.
Wales is sometimes called the Land of Castles due to the number of Medieval fortifications to be found here. They range from ruins on the ground to almost-complete buildings with keeps, towers and moats to explore. Many castles welcome dogs inside, as long as they are kept on a lead.
For more ideas, see 7 top rated dog friendly attractions in Wales: