Take a break with your loved ones on four legs and two to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where you’ll be able to head off on wonderful walkies inland and on the rugged coastal trail. At the days end, this cottage provides a haven for you and your pup to relax and recoup in preparation for the next big adventure.
Cosy and quaint, the lounge has a real feeling of homeliness from the second you step into the room, offering a reclining sofa and armchair where you can kick back and watch a film. The kitchen is bright and spacious, ensuring that cooking up a feast for breakfast, lunch and dinner can be done with ease and served up on the dining table for two. When it’s time for a snooze, the double bedroom has a calming ambience with matching furniture and a comfortable bed, as well as a walk-in shower room next door. There is a pretty seating area situated at the front of the property and a table with chairs at the side, but please be aware that these areas are not enclosed for any dogs who love to run and play.
Narberth (2 miles) is a vibrant market town, often regarded as the food capital of Pembrokeshire where you can pick up fresh produce and take your pick from a number of eateries which welcome dogs to dine by your side for a little treat. Get tails wagging on a walk through National Trust’s Colby Woodland (6 miles) with plenty of sticks to fetch and exciting scents to sniff as you wander beneath the canopy and trees. Alternatively, make for the coast with a trip to the iconic seaside locations of Saundersfoot (8 miles), Tenby (11 miles) and Barafundle Bay (19 miles), all of which offer stretches of sand suitable for those on four legs as well as two.