If you’re looking for a place to stay on Anglesey, you’ll be spoilt for choice with our range of dog-friendly holiday cottages. Whether you want a cosy retreat, a spacious farmhouse, or a seaside escape, we have something to suit your needs and budget. You and your dog will feel right at home in our comfortable and well-equipped cottages, and you’ll have easy access to all the attractions and activities on the island. Book your dog-friendly holiday cottage today and get ready for an unforgettable experience on Anglesey.

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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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Anglesey is a beautiful island off the coast of North Wales, and a perfect destination for dog lovers. Whether you want to explore the stunning scenery, enjoy the sandy beaches, or visit the historic attractions, you’ll find plenty of places to take your furry friend with you.

Anglesey has over 125 miles of coastline, and many of the beaches are dog-friendly all year round. You can let your dog run free on the wide expanses of sand, splash in the clear waters, or dig for treasures in the rock pools. Some of the best beaches for dogs include Newborough, Rhosneigr, Benllech, and Cemaes Bay.

If you prefer walking to sunbathing, Anglesey has plenty of trails to suit all abilities and interests. You can follow the coastal path around the island, taking in the breathtaking views and spotting wildlife along the way. You can also explore the inland countryside, where you’ll find ancient monuments, charming villages, and tranquil lakes. Some of the most popular walks for dogs include Holyhead Mountain, Llanddwyn Island, Parys Mountain, and Dulas Estuary.

Anglesey is also rich in history and culture, and you can visit many of the attractions with your dog. You can marvel at the medieval castles of Beaumaris and Caernarfon, learn about the island’s maritime heritage at the Copper Kingdom Centre and the Holyhead Maritime Museum, or discover the legends of King Arthur at Bryn Celli Ddu and Llyn Cerrig Bach. You can also enjoy some local cuisine at one of the many dog-friendly pubs and cafes on the island.

Anglesey is a dog’s paradise, and a great place to spend some quality time with your best friend. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxation, or inspiration, you’ll find it on this magical island.