Dog Friendly Cottages in Gwynedd

Though this Welsh county contains a hefty chunk of Snowdonia National Park, the area is also brimming with other exciting culturally enriching and outdoor activities suitable for all ages and abilities. It’s just on the other side of the Menai Strait from Anglesey.

4 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

Groes Newydd Bach

Llandecwyn, Talsarnau LL47 6YR

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Groes Newydd Bach is a dog-friendly semi-detached country cottage with stunning views…

From £309 per week
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Groes Newydd

Llandecwyn, Talsarnau LL47 6YR

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Dog-friendly Groes Newydd is a two-bedroom, semi-detached country cottage with beautiful views…

From £310 per week
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Beudy Bach

Y Felinheli, UK

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Dog-friendly Beudy Bach is a converted barn made into a welcoming holiday…

From £380 per week
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Isallt Bach

Llanfihangel-y-pennant, Garndolbenmaen LL51 9AQ

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Isallt Bach is a dog-friendly detached farmhouse in a remote rural setting.…

From £408 per week
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Firm on your list when visiting Gwynedd should be Caernarfon. This royal town is both a port and home to Caernarfon Castle, which is often called Carnarvon Castle in English, which was designed by James of Saint George and was the official residence of King Edward I. This medieval fortress is a sight to behold, and you can see that it has been dutifully protected and preserved over the years so that visitors today can get a picture of what it was like back in the day.

Gynedd’s Bangor is not only one of the UK’s smallest cities, but it is Wales’ oldest city. It is known for its university and ancient architecture, and the ultimate display of its architecture can be seen at Penrhyn Castle. It was once a fortified manor house, then a Norman castle and now a National Trust property and garden. Walking around the grounds can often feel like you’ve been transported back in time.

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