Dog Friendly Cottages in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire is a county in the south west of Wales, known by many, including National Geographic, as home to the world’s best coastline. Famous not only because of its sheer length of 186 miles but its incredible beauty, The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a UK national park despite being predominantly made up of path for walkers and hikers – and the occasional herd of goats!

5 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

The Old Stable

Wolf's Castle, Haverfordwest SA62 5NB

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The Old Stable is one of three dog-friendly Pembrokeshire cottages sharing a…

From £273 per week
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Bwthyn Y Jacdo

Whitechurch, Crymych SA41 3RU, UK

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Dog-friendly Bwthyn Y Jacdo is a delightful two-bedroom cottage in the Pembrokeshire…

From £287 per week
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The Coach House

Wolf's Castle, Haverfordwest SA62 5NB, UK

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The Coach House is one of three dog-friendly Pembrokeshire cottages sharing a…

From £312 per week
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Bwthyn Bach

Nevern, Newport SA42 0PA, UK

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Dog-friendly Bwthyn Bach is one of four cottages on a family-run farm…

From £354 per week
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Derry Cottage

Whitland, SA34 0RB

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Dog-friendly Derry Cottage is a Grade II listed country cottage, with a…

From £371 per week
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The small community of St David’s, accessible to the unmissable expanse that is Whitesands Beach, a 2019 Blue Flag Beach sheltered by Carn Llidi hill, is one of Pembrokeshire’s most visited places. In fact, it’s actually considered to be the smallest city in the UK – this is because cities were once decided based purely on whether an area had a cathedral. Nowadays, it’s much too small for what most people would consider a city. But St David’s Cathedral is beautiful and a main Pembrokeshire attraction!

Visit the National Trust’s small peak of Mwnt, overlooking a little secret encaved beach and craggy hills. It’s a short drive from Saint Dogmaels, which is a picturesque village on the estuary of Pembrokeshire’s River Teifi.

Alternatively, you might want to walk along Narbeth’s fashionable shopping highstreet packed with boutiques and, if you’re there in September, the stalls of the well-known Narbeth Food Festival, a showcase of Welsh community, food and spirit. In general, Pembrokeshire county is a celebration of the ocean, the outdoors and the Welsh countryside.