Dog Friendly Cottages in Wales

Wales is a well-known country for celebrating the outdoors. Between the Pembrokeshire Coastline, the Snowdonian peaks and the Brecon Beacons, you get a bit of everything and you are reminded of how beautiful the country’s natural landscape is.

14 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 Duck House

Wolf's Castle, Haverfordwest SA62 5NB, UK

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Located just two miles from Wolfcastle, near Haverfordwest, this lovely little cottage…

From £308 per week
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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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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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Y Wylan

Holyhead, LL65 2LU

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Dog-friendly Y Wylan is a delightful mid-terrace stone barn conversion. It is…

From £364 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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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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Pembrokeshire is in the south west of Wales and is considered to have the world’s best coastline. It’s 186 miles long and every mile is mind-blowing. Whether you’re visiting the quaint seaside towns of St Dogmaels, or trudging along the winding coastal path, the views and greenery will keep you enchanted throughout.

Snowdonia is Wales’ northwest mountain range known for its glacial landforms and awe-inspiring vistas. It was the third ever national park to be established, following the Peak District and the Lake District, as well as the first Welsh national park. Its establishment in 1951 has been instrumental in maintaining Britain’s wildlife and is an area anyone who appreciates the great outdoors needs to visit at some stage in their lives.

The Brecon Beacons in south Wales’ most impressive mountain range, offering up incredible hiking trails, mesmerising waterfalls and boundless natural beauty. Pen Y Fan is a scenic peak in the area worth visiting, as well as Penderyn, an area also famous for its delicious gin and whiskey distillery, which is available for tours and tastings.