Pet-Friendly Holiday Ideas for Wales
Wales is home to miles and miles of unspoilt countryside, mountains and coastline, which you can enjoy exploring with your pet pooch. When deciding to take a dog-friendly holiday in Wales there are a choice of areas and regions available to you.
Pet-Friendly Holiday Ideas in Wales
Pembrokeshire is best known for its coastline, dotted along which are numerous pet-friendly beaches. There are 50 dog-friendly beaches in Pembrokeshire but during the peak summer holiday period (from 1st of May to the end of September) there are restrictions on a number of the most popular beaches including Poppit, Newgale, Broad Haven, Dale, Lydstep, Tenby South, Saundersfoot and Amroth. When planning a summer holiday in Pembrokeshire with your pet be sure to check which local beaches you intend to visit and the rules regarding taking dogs.
Search the Pet-Friendly Holiday Lets in Pembrokeshire
Hounds around in Snowdonia
Snowdonia is one of the most popular areas of Wales for holidays and as a dog-loving nation many people will want to bring their prized pooch along with them to explore this glorious area. Keep your dog on a lead when exploring this beautiful unspoilt part of Wales.
The National Trust have a number of pet-friendly locations in Snowdonia where you can bring your dog (although at most there are livestock grazing so your dog must be kept on a lead when visiting).
Dog-Friendly Locations in Snowdonia include:
• Craflwyn and Beddgelert
• Carneddau and Glyderau
• Ysbyty Ifan
• Ty Mawr Wybrnant
Woof-Friendly Holidays in the Brecon Beacons
Set in the south of Wales, the Brecon Beacons National Park is one of the most popular parts of Wales for holidays, and with miles and miles of unspoilt landscape to enjoy walking, holiday with your pooch and you could get your dog’s tail wagging in no time at all too.
There are loads of areas to explore with your pet pooch including:
- Crickhowell and Table Mountain.
- Craig y Nos Country Park
- Sugarloaf Mountain
- Cefn Llechid
- Brecon Promenade
- Myndydd Illtyd Common
- Pen y Fan
Keep to marked footpaths with your pet pooch and always keep your dog on a lead for their and your own safety and enjoy discovering this majestic landscape on a pet-friendly cottage holiday.