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11 Dog Friendly Cottages in Wales With Hot Tubs to Rent

Search the best dog friendly cottages in Wales with hot tubs, from North Wales to the Brecon Beacons, there is something for everybody.

These also include dog friendly properties and a simmering hot tub waiting for you after you’ve finished exploring Snowdonia National Park, Pembrokeshire, Cardigan Bay and the Welsh Borders.

11 Top Hot Tub Breaks in Wales for Dogs

Wales is a huge adventure playground. Finding self catering cottages with hot tubs in Wales and accepting pets can be tricky, so we have done the hard work for you.

The benefits of hot tub cottages

We scour the country in search of fantastic cottages for dogs with hot tubs and below we have listed the best pet friendly cottages with hot tubs in Wales which are all situated in superb locations and offer premium self-catering retreats at affordable prices.

1. Bryn Celyn Cottage

Bryn Celyn Cottage is a luxurious barn and is by far one of the most popular dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs for families. It has three bedrooms, two king sizes, and a twin, as well as two en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom.  There’s underfloor heating throughout, and there’s also a smart TV in the lounge.

In the open playing kitchen, there’s a woodfired oven, and outside there is a hot tub, plunge, pool, sauna, and patio with table and chairs, as well as a firepit. The quaint market towns of Mold and New Brighton are just seven and a half miles away and have a variety of independent shops and pubs to try with your dog.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Ruthin, Wales
  • Guests: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £984 – £2,724

2. Jack’s Barn

Jack’s Barn is set in an idyllic rural location with outstanding natural beauty on acre of private land and this shepherd’s barn conversion has its own duck pond and sleeps four guests. The open plan property on the ground floor has a wood burning stove and a downstairs shower and utility room and you can relax in bubbly hot tub just outside.

The Brecon and Monmouth Canal are within walking distance of this elevated location, as is the Goytre Wharf where you can hire canoes and boats or take time out for some fishing. The cottage is just a 20-minute drive from the Severn Bridge. For holiday ideas and a day out explore historic Castles and the Roman Fortress in Caerleon which is only a short drive for you and your dog.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Near Abergavenny, Wales
  • Guests: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,029 – £2,313

3. Severn Cottage

Severn Cottage is one of the top-rated cottages with bubbling hot tubs in Wales and it has a spacious integrated living, dining and kitchen area with character-pitched oak beams, a log burning fire and French doors leading to the outdoor hot tub. This three bedroom cottage sleeps six guests and benefits from a ground-floor bathroom with a bath and separate shower.

The coast and sandy beaches are about half an hour away where you can visit the iconic seaside town of Tenby or take your dog and pooches for a walk along the sandy stretch of Saundersfoot beach to relax.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Near Nantgaredig, Wales
  • Guests: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,029 – £2,313

4. Nyth Y Wennol

Situated in the valleys of North Wales, you can escape everyday life with Nyth Y Wennol which is a stunning detached barn that is an ideal romantic bolthole. It has a king-size bedroom and an en suite shower room, and there’s also a sky TV in the lounge.

Outside there is an enclosed garden with a barbecue and private hot tub, as well as furniture for relaxing. The local shop and dog pub are in the immediate and surrounding areas no more than 4.2 miles, whilst you can take a holiday trip and walk into Conwy and enjoy a variety of pubs and the brilliant fishing harbour and coast.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Maenan, North Wales
  • Guests: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £525 – £1,005

5. The College Barn

The College Barn is a majestic thatched cottage located in Mid Wales and set on an organic working farm that is perfect for a small family needing a retreat. The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a small balcony overlooking the beautiful welsh countryside.

Facilities at this holiday home include a woodburner with logs provided, a private hot tub, enclosed garden, an outdoor dining table, and chairs, and parking for four vehicles. The delightful town of Newton is just three and a half miles away with a variety of activities and attractions to try for you and your dogs.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Mochdre, Mid Wales
  • Guests: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £708 – £1,703

6. Cherry Tree Lodge

Tucked away on a private country lane, Cherry Tree Lodge is overlooking a tranquil pond and sleeps two guests. In authentic log cabin style the bedroom, living room, dining area and kitchen are integrated making for a perfect romantic retreat. The cherry on top is your own hot tub below the wooden raised balcony.

This is hiking, cycling, horse riding and birdwatching country. For history buffs, explore Cynghordy Viaduct which is 14.5 miles away and there is cycling and hiking trails in the Crychan Forest a 15- minute drive from the cabin. Closer to home fishing can be arranged on along a stretch of the River Irfon.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Near Garth, Wales
  • Guests: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £540 – £746

7. Rhiannydd's Stable

Enviably positioned in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Rhiannydd’s Stable is a stunning traditional stone barn conversion holiday cottage, perfect for a holiday with hot tubs. It has an open-plan kitchen diner, as well as two bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are sloped ceilings in the bedrooms, and there’s also a wood burner in the lounge.

Other facilities include a shared games room, and this holiday cottage is part of a complex of holiday cottages which can be booked with another sleeping up to 12 guests. If you want to stay local to the self catering holiday cottages, explore Carreg Cennen Castle which is just four miles away or if you want to travel further afield with a dog, then the stunning market town of Llandeilo is six and a half miles and coast is a bit further.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Gwynfe, Brecon Beacons
  • Guests: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £647 – £1,281

8. Penybont At Pentre

Penybont At Pentre is ideal if you want to explore Cardigan Bay, the coast and West Wales with your dog, this detached holiday cottage has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.  Outside there is a lovely enclosed garden for your dog with furniture to relax in, a fire pit, a barbecue to rustle up some food, and a secluded jacuzzi. To the front of the holiday home there is parking for four vehicles whilst the local shop is just 500 yards away from the holiday cottage.

The quaint market town of Llandysul is just a few miles away, which has a range of shops, cafes, and bars that welcome a dog, and if you want to travel further afield from this dog friendly accommodation, the seaside resort of Aberporth is 11 and a half miles with a range of activities for a family and dog.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Llangeler, West Wales
  • Guests: 8
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £876 – £2,725

9. Angelrocks Farmhouse

Angelrocks Farmhouse is a large detached dog friendly accommodation perfect for a group needing a relaxing break. The spacious holiday property is one of the more popular holiday cottages with private hot tubs and has five bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as a utility room and garden for your dog to run around in. It’s surrounded by majestic countryside where you can forget everyday life.

In the lounge, there is a smart TV whilst outside, there’s bike storage in the shed, a private hot tub, and ample room for cars with three parking spots available. Close by, you have the National Trust Hills, which has 580 acres of rolling landscape to explore with your dogs or you can discover the Brecon Beacons National Park for a brilliant holiday day out with your dog or travel further away to the coast.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Llandbedr, Brecon Beacons
  • Guests: 10
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,471 – £3,295

10. Cae Madog Farm

Cae Madog Farm is a stylish holiday cottage farmhouse that is the perfect choice for a family holiday in Wales with your dog. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, it also has a travel cot and a high chair available if you do have children or small kids. Once inside the cosy property, there’s a games room, BBQ, a wood burner, and a smart TV in the lounge whilst outside there’s garden furniture, a barbecue, parking, and your own warm hot tub.

Electric vehicle charging is available prior to speaking with the owner. The property is perfectly located between Wales and Cheshire, right on the border of England and Wales. You can enjoy a plethora of activities including Chester Zoo and Chirk Castle, or head to one of the many local restaurants on your doorstep in the nearby villages.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Gwynfryn, North Wales
  • Guests: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £895 – £2,367

11. Cysgod Y Coed

If you have a group of 10, Cysgod Y Coed luxury holiday home is the ideal choice for hot tub cottages in Wales. It’s been recently refurbished and has five bedrooms and four en suite bathrooms. Inside the holiday home are a ping pong table, table football, dartboard, rowing machine, and snooker table.

Whilst outside the pet friendly cottage, you have four acres of land for your pooch, a large patio, a hot tub, and a fire pit. Head to the Red Kite Center for some fun and learn about the abundance of wildlife in this local area, which is just eight miles away, whereas if you’re a keen golfer, visit Cilgwyn Golf Club, which is three and a half miles away.

Quick Glance

  • Destination: Cellan, West Wales
  • Guests: 10
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4

Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,300 – £2,731

Final Thoughts

Wales hot tub holidays provide landscapes and seascapes that are unsurpassed. Ancient woodland and castle ruins are dotted in the surrounding countryside and riverside and waterside settings are around every corner with award winning beaches which is why luxury and charming self-catering accommodation with a hot tub in this part of the world has rocketed.

If you want a busy day exploring the rolling hills, stunning coastline, Welsh borders or trying outdoor activities, then destinations such as the picturesque llanover valley, sugar loaf mountain and the beautiful mid wales area are all places we would recommend. They offer a truly rural location with the unspoilt countryside that you and your four legged friend can spend hours exploring, there ideal for nature lovers.

It’s not just the Welsh countryside that is a must with your furry friend, you can head to the stunning coastline with your four legged friends and take in the stunning sea views as you stroll along the coastal walks or sandy beaches of Anglesey and Tenby.

The true essence of rural living is captured by most of the Wales cottages with hot tubs, from sympathetically restored thatched cottages, converted shepherd’s barns and woodland cabins. As different as each of the self-catering holidays with hot tubs might be, they are all pet friendly cottages and each one has its own private hot tub. 

If these Wales dog friendly holidays weren’t for you, check out our main page for other great locations with beaches, mountains, countryside and glorious coastline for your four legged friend to explore.

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