Explore West Wales with your dog from our dog-friendly accommodation
Celtic Sea views, the Wales Coast Path and endless walks with panoramic views for miles; a holiday to our dog-friendly accommodation in West Wales is packed with so much to see and do that your pooch will be going barking mad with excitement!
West Wales' ancient castles and pawsome seaside towns are sure to entertain all the family. A-paw-rable little villages and dog-friendly harbourside retreats in Pembrokeshire like Tenby, Barmouth, Fishguard and Saundersfoot boast plenty of facilities to suit the humans, whilst wide stretches of sandy beach and the big blue of Cardigan Bay offer hours of entertainment for the digging dog in your life.
Unpawgettable sights await on both the coast and inland on a pet-friendly holiday in West Wales. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales are dog-friendly, so your four-legged friend can sniff out the flora and fauna, whilst Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest couldn’t be more perfect for kids and canines to roam the land and wear themselves out before heading back to your beautiful pet-friendly holiday cottage. The large town of Aberystwyth is also a delightful doggy day out, as are the historic towns of Narberth and Pembroke, with its impressive castle ruins.
Top destinations for our dog-friendly cottages in in West Wales
Aberaeron - Aberdovey - Aberystwyth - Barmouth - Cardigan Bay - Fishguard - Narberth - New Quay - Pembroke - Saundersfoot - Tenby
Get pup and running with your plans for a dog-friendly holiday in West Wales, and prepare fur a fabulous self-catering escape. Our pet-friendly holiday cottages in West Wales include everything from five-star luxury cottages to dog-friendly cottages overlooking the West Wales coast and lodges and log cabins. You'll also find our pet-friendly West Wales accommodation packed with dog-friendly features, such as enclosed gardens, and top-notch additions for the humans too, including log fires and hot tubs. For even more options, discover our full range of dog-friendly places to stay in Wales.