Pet friendly cottage holidays near Wrexham

pet friendly wrexham cottagesDo you need dog-friendly accommodation for a few days near Wrexham? We have a collection of holiday cottages, pine lodges and self-catering apartments that can be rented for short periods of a few days to weeks or more.

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How to book a dogs welcome holiday home near Wrexham

To book, all that is required is a payment for the rental which provides you with the accommodation for the dates that you specify.  This is done by contacting the owner of any accommodation displayed. Occasionally, a separate charge for heating or power is made in addition to the rental but mostly the fee is all-inclusive. Because these pets-welcome holiday homes are all owned by different companies, their terms and conditions apply. Essentially, self-catering accommodation can provide you with a very comfortable room over your head and your pet’s and the means to live as you would at home once your provide your own food and drink. Bedding and towels will be provided although not for your dog.

About a dog-friendly holiday in Wrexham

Wrexham is a vibrant town on the border of North Wales boasting a multitude of shops,restaurants,cafes plus bustling nightlife too. Wrexham is also home to one of the seven wonders of Wales, St Giles Church which is a striking landmark upon the landscape. Wrexham is surrounded by picturesque countryside and framed by mountains offering plenty of enjoyment for any visitors wishing to stay self catering with a pet. There is ample here to entertain all ages and accompanying animals too. Bellvue park in the centre of Wrexham town and Acton Park with it's lovely lake are excellent places to stretch the legs of both humans and animals with lovely trees, open spaces and plenty of picnic areas to relax and immerse in natures bounty.

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Visitors with pets opting to stay near Erddig on the outskirts of Wrexham town will be delighted at the wagging Welsh welcome waiting for them at Erddig Hall. Erddig hall is a country residence dating from the 18th century and is kept akin to a living museum. Although pets are not allowed into the building they are permitted in the popular tea room garden where there are water bowls, food, spare leads and waste bags in case a visitor forgets to bring them! The country park surrounding this beautiful historic property has attracted many dog walkers for years due to the large open spaces, the river Clwedog which flows through offering paddling opportunities, the woodlands and Mott and bailey castle. Both human and furry companion are guaranteed an enjoyable experience in this historic location. Self catering here with dogs is possible and is mainly in bungalows, barn conversions and cottages in neighbouring villages a short drive away.

Minera mountain is a ten minute drive from Wrexham and offers a fantastic place to walk with stunning views. Although there are numerous wandering sheep, so if the dog visitor is the type to chase anything that moves, it would be wise to place it on a lead whilst on the mountain. Local inns welcome pets and are historically interesting too. Accommodation that accept pets can be found in surrounding villages and cater for all tastes and finances. Expect stunning views, local hospitality and wonderful areas to walk and explore.

The Frith valley area of Wrexham country lies approximately twenty minutes from the town. There is plenty to delight both four legged and two legged visitors with enchanting woodlands and open countryside with spectacular views of the Clywydian range. This area is very popular with horse riders and there are numerous bridleways passing through this mystical landscape. Visitors with pets can find accommodation in surrounding villages such as Caergwle which is home to a ruined castle dating from the 12th century. In the Summer there is a large festival where history comes alive with local actors dressing in medieval garb and visitors are entertained with the smells, sights sounds and tastes of this bygone era. It is a fabulous experience for all ages.

Bersham is a historical gem once home to Bersham Ironworks and is a very interesting place to discover with old warehouses, a visitor centre and the rippling waters of the River Clwyedog flowing through the woodlands. Accommodation for visitors and furry friends can be found in nearby villages such as Coedpoeth which is a small town offering wonderful views over Wrexham town. Plus, a short drive from Coedpoeth is Llandegla Moor and forest which offer fantastic walking and amazing views too. The beauty and history of these two areas of Wrexham county are bound to delight both owner and pet.

To the south of Wrexham lies the quaint village of Chirk. Visitors to Chirk can walk across the border and enjoy refreshments in the first pub in England. Dogs and visitors will enjoy the walks along the tow-path which passes under three tunnels and culminates in an aqueduct several feet above ground which offers commanding views as well as being home to red kites and buzzards which can be spotted in the area. Offering a spectacular sight to any visitor and sure to be an unforgettable experience. The castle at Chirk has delighted visitors for years and visitors with pets who choose Chirk for a self catering break can actually stay within the castle grounds in pretty cottages. The castle itself is extremely well preserved and the castle grounds are beautiful with ancient woods and pleasant walks. There are also other self catering opportunities in the Chirk area plus the town of Llangollen is a mere twenty minute drive from Chirk and also has accommodation available for visitors with pets. The town of Llangollen is a gem of North Wales and the River Dee, tow-path, hill fort and bustling town centre are popular with all ages as well as being extremely welcoming to pets with many bars, cafes, and even shops allowing dogs inside.

These are a mere handful of locations in the Wrexham area that offer self catering accommodation for visitors with pets. Wrexham is an excellent choice for anyone wishing to spend time with their pet in areas of outstanding natural beauty and wonderful walks ensuring fun for all concerned. This border town is a great central location to explore North Wales and it is only an hours drive to the coast and Snowdonia national park. It is worth mentioning the town of Ruthin which is approximately twenty miles away. It is a lovely little town with ample to amuse all visitors. From Ruthin the mountain of Moel Famau is worth the climb and for the less energetic the country park under this mountain offers a less strenuous stroll through woodlands. The superb views alone will delight any visitors and dogs will be happy with the open spaces and opportunity to roam free and perhaps swim in the River Alyn which passes through the parkland.

Do browse through the pets welcome country cottages shown via the links on this page or view additional holiday cottages in Wrexham that also include those that do not accept dogs.

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