For your next family staycation, why not head to Snowdonia in North West Wales? Spend your days exploring Snowdonia National Park. Hike up mountains, take in the incredible views and stumble across hidden gems such as Barmouth Beach. Once done, why not visit the quaint towns and villages and, of course, stop off at dog-friendly pubs serving up local delicacies to feast on.
What’s more, there’s lots of dog-friendly hotels in Snowdonia too. From luxury country house hotels with spas and swimming pools, boutique hotels amidst the action with views over the countryside, and those bed and breakfast accommodation options that are ideal for a relaxing country break. Well behaved dogs are welcome in all of the dog-friendly rooms.
In fact, the pet-friendly accommodation here really is something special. For four-legged friends, your pooch will love in-room treats like toys, water bowls and plump beds. As for humans, there are additional extras like balconies, comfy beds and separate living room areas for you to enjoy.
Whether you’ve set your sights on reaching the top of Snowdon, perhaps want to explore some of the dog-friendly beaches or maybe even just want to see where the days take you in North Wales, you need somewhere to rest your head. And we’re the team to help. So, take a look at what we’ve got to offer, and then all that’s left for you to do is pack your bags and get ready to head off on an adventure.
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A trip to Snowdonia doesn’t just have to be about long walks and hikes in the countryside - although that is one of the best bits. Instead, be sure to visit one of the below and enjoy high street jaunts and village pub crawls:
This depends on the specific hotel but typically pups are treated to a comfy dog bed, water bowl and toys. You can also expect a comfy bed for yourself, an en-suite bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities.
Again, this depends on the hotel you choose as well as your preferred dates, type of room and how long you’re staying for.
Snowdonia is a dog’s heaven - start your morning with a walk in the countryside, visit dog-friendly Beddelgert and Gelert’s Grave, Dolgoch Falls and even the Talyllyn Railway which offers dog tickets!
Embark on an unforgettable adventure in Snowdonia National Park. Explore towering mountains, serene lakes, and ancient forests. Hike scenic trails, climb majestic peaks, and indulge in adrenaline-fueled activities. Immerse yourself in breathtaking natural beauty, spot diverse wildlife, and experience a true outdoor paradise.
Address: Snowdonia National Park Authority, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6LF
Discover the fascinating world of Welsh slate at the National Slate Museum. Step back in time and explore the historic workshops, witness traditional slate splitting, and learn about the lives of quarrymen. Immerse yourself in the rich industrial heritage and admire the stunning architecture.
Address: National Slate Museum, Llanberis, Gwynedd, LL55 4TY
If you need a little inspiration for your next trip, here are some articles from our team to guide your next adventure.