There’s something truly special about a staycation in Wales and your annual holiday is about to get even better - thanks to our selection of dog-friendly hotels in Wales. Whether travelling with family, friends - or even alone - having your four-legged friend in tow is enough to make memories that last a lifetime. With plenty of walks, beaches and even pubs to choose from, you definitely won’t go bored. Blow off the cobwebs with a brisk walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, head up to Wye Valley, bring stories to life at Llangoed Hall, and wander through the many towns and cities where well behaved dogs are allowed in some of the coaching inns and cafes.
Choose from luxury hotels in Snowdonia National Park or country house hotels with panoramic views and award-winning bed and breakfast facilities like Lake Vyrnwy Hotel or Royal Ship Hotel. Discover rooms that are dog-friendly in North Wales and Mid Wales and, while your pup rests in the dog bed, you can enjoy the finest facilities like a private bathroom, free parking, room service, swimming pools, hot tubs, an on-site bar, games rooms and even free WiFi. Whatever your budget and whatever you like, you’re sure to find something to suit.
We have family run hotels and castle hotels conveniently located in West Wales or former coaching inns and family-run manor houses in South Wales’ market towns. That’s before we mention East Wales and North Wales. Wherever you choose, one thing’s for sure, you’ll get a warm welcome, a choice of luxurious rooms or budget stays, and certain rooms even come with extras like a token for the on-site fine dining restaurant.
At Dog Friendly Hotels, we’re renowned for finding the best dog-friendly rooms and the best dog-friendly hotels in Wales so you can rest assured that we’ll find something to suit you. Plus, you have access to the best price guarantee and the finest offers. Wales is a fantastic dog-friendly staycation but we’ve got plenty more where that comes from so why not drop us a message today and see how we could help?
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Picture it now. After a morning’s walk on a dog-friendly beach along a coastal path and an hour exploring the local shops, you settle in a country pub with your furry friends in tow. In Wales, everyone’s invited and these are the best locations:
Yes. With amenities specifically for pups such as dog bowls, dog treats and cosy beds, both you and your dog will feel right at home.
We always advise people to read the list of pup-friendly amenities as well as reviews. If you have any specific requirements, our team can recommend suitable accommodation.
This depends on the hotel you choose but typically dogs can enjoy beds, food, toys and even puppy shower facilities. For owners, you can choose from double beds, en-suites, free WiFi and even private balconies with views.
There are plenty of dog-friendly places and attractions in Wales. This includes Talacre Beach, Broad Haven South Beach, Pembroke Castle, Sygun Copper Mines and Craig y Nos Country Park.
Experience the natural beauty of Great Orme, a stunning limestone headland offering breathtaking coastal views and a wealth of outdoor activities. Explore the ancient mines, hike along the scenic trails, or take a tram ride to the summit for panoramic vistas.
Address: Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2XG
Discover the enchanting Pembroke Castle, a medieval fortress rich in history and charm. Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the castle's architecture, explore its vast grounds, and uncover tales of knights and royalty. With captivating guided tours and stunning views, it's an unforgettable experience.
Address: Pembroke Castle, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 4LA
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