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Wales Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Wales

Search the very best dog friendly Wales hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.

Wales is a huge adventure playground. The thing is; finding hot tub retreats in Wales that accepts pets can be difficult, so we have done the hard work for you and reviewed the properties where a pet is welcome.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Wales

The dog friendly hot tub breaks in Wales are situated in superb locations and offer premium self-catering retreats at affordable prices.
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1. 18th Century Cottage in Llanybydder

This sympathetically restored 18th century Welsh thatch sleeps four guests with underfloor heating, an open fire and cast-iron bath. This thatch is all about going green from its solar panels to compost heap. There is a bubbly hot tub outdoors where you can toast to your first official meat-free break.

Pack some plant-based delicacies and top up your bottles with the on-site spring water for a totally green picnic in the ruins of Carreg Cenen castle on the hilltop. Visit the solar-panelled domed Welsh Botanical Gardens 40-minute drive away and the Welsh coast is only a 20-minute drive
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2. Kites Nest in Newton

This wood cabin with a private hen coop where you can collect your eggs for breakfast, sleeps four guests. It has bi-fold frameless windows that lead to the raised decking where you can dine el fresco and perhaps spot the endangered red kite flying overhead. After an energetic day out you the warm bubbles of a hot tub welcome you.

The cabin has its own private woodland going up the hillside behind it for short, but steep home hikes. In nearby Newton visit the Oriel Davies Gallery for some stunning art from the area or go back in time by spending time in the timber-framed building that plays host to 18th century philanthropist Robert Owen.
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3. The Stables in Pen Clawd

The Stables, sleeps four guests, its super-king -sized en suite room with a six-foot bed and living area with a pull-out sofa bed. It has an open fire, natural stone feature walls and stripped wooden floors. The accommodation is on one level and the outdoor hot tub is elevated for great views of the Loughor Estuary.

Hike the three acres of private woodland on the farm and venture further afield to the Gower Peninsula. Discover the cockle beds at high tide and walk across the salt marshes that stretch from Crofty to Llanrhidian Sands. To the west is Whiteford Sands, a two-mile expanse of beach that is perfect for dog walks.
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4. Pen Y Clawdd in Presteigne

This bright and airy all-wood cabin sleeps five guests over three bedrooms, some with their skylights in the eaves. 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 el fresco dining furniture.

You are overlooking the National Trail of Offa’s Dyke Path, where ancient earth works are evident and you can pick up part of the 177 miles to experience diverse landscapes and natural habitats. Visit the Judges’ Lodgings, a Victorian museum in Presteigne or travel to Hay On Wye UK’s book capital.
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5. Copybush Cottage in Lawrenny

Ample room for the whole family, 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.

Cycle through the nearby ancient Cleddau Woodlands. Grab your bikes and head for Cleddau Woodlands or take the family to Manor House Wildlife Park or the Great Wedlock Dinosaur Park. The sandy shores of dog friendly Saundersfoot Beach are nine miles away with Tenby and Pembroke castles are nearby.
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6. Shepherds Rest in Montgomery

The bedrooms – the master a supe-king with patio doors leading out to the hot tub and the twin with an en suite rainfall shower – sleep four guests. Monogrammed bath robs and a roll top bath provide extra touches. The wrap around living room bi-fold doors bring the surrounding countryside right in.

You have immediate access to the Offa’s Dyke trail and the village of Llandyssil is a short stroll away. Walk the two miles to Montgomery to explore the 12th century castle ruins. Lakeside, a nine-hole golf course, overlooking the River Severn, is just a mile up the road.
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7. Cherry Tree Lodge in Garth

Tucked away on a private country lane, this wooden cabin overlooking a tranquil pond has sleeps two guests. In authentic cabin style the bedroom, living room, dining area and kitchen are integrated making for a truly romantic break. The cherry on top is the hot tub below the wooden raised balcony.

This is hiking, cycling, horse riding and birdwatching country. For history buffs there is the Cynghordy Viaduct 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 stetch of the River Irfon.
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8. Jack’s Barn in Abergavenny

Set in an acre of private land this shepherd’s barn conversion has its own 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. The terrace sits within the ruins of the old barn and has tables and chairs for el fresco entertainment and a bubbly hot tub.

The Brecon and Monmouth Canal are within walking distance, 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 giving you easy access to the city of Cardiff. For a day out explore nearby Chepstow Castle and the Roman Fortress in Caerleon.
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9. Severn Cottage in Nantgaredig

The spacious integrated living, dining and kitchen area has character pitched oak beams, a log burning fire and French doors leading to the outdoor hot tub. This three-bedroomed cottage sleeps six guests and benefits from a ground floor bathroom with a bath and separate shower. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room.

Take a trip to the National Botanical Gardens of Wales to experience its diverse flora beneath its solar panelled dome built into a hillside. The coast is about half an hour away where you can visit the iconic seaside town of Tenby or take your pooches along the sandy stretch of Saundersfoot beach.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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Properties By The Coast & Beach

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Cheap Weekend Breaks

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1-2 Night Self Catering

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This part of Wales provides landscapes and seascapes that are unsurpassed. Ancient woodland and castle ruins dot the countryside and riverside and waterside settings are around every corner.

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

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