Best Wales Stays with Enclosed Gardens
Is your dog one of those who goes mad every time you let them in the garden? We know the ones, which is why you should take them with you to one of the many great dog friendly cottages in Wales with enclosed gardens. They will have heaps of fun running around the enclosed garden space!
Search the best dog friendly Wales enclosed garden cottages and enjoy a peaceful stay.
Wales truly is a majestic holiday destination and our Wales dog friendly cottages with enclosed gardens help you discover the sheer beauty this country has to offer.
You can’t go wrong with an enclosed garden holiday home, it provides your dog with a safe and secure area to run around in and play. If you have big dogs with lots of energy, you may be better off opting for a holiday cottage with a secure field, this will wear your pets out and you don’t have to worry about them jumping any low fences or walls.
You can expect all of the pet friendly cottages in Wales with large enclosed gardens to be in enviable positions. That could be near the idyllic coastline, national park or perhaps on the outskirts of one of the major cities. This will obviously influence the size of the garden and if you are nearer a residential area the garden is likely to be smaller than a countryside cottage.
For a day out with your dog, you never have to travel too far from our Wales cottages with enclosed gardens. You have the Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia National Park and of course the Pembrokeshire coastline, all of which offer stunning walking and cycling trails. Whichever Wales cottage with enclosed gardens you choose, you can be sure there will be activities and attractions nearby for the whole family. Your dog can then retreat after a long day and relax on the enclosed lawned garden of the property.
No matter what dog friendly cottages in Wales with enclosed gardens you decide to book, you are sure to have a memorable retreat with so much going on around you. Your canine will love exploring the rugged Welsh coastline, vast mountains and hills on offer and you can even stop at one of the many country pubs that accept dogs for a bite to eat.