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North Wales is a fantastic destination to choose for your next staycation. A place of natural beauty and rich in history, North Wales is an ideal place for dog owners to stay and explore.

Finding dog friendly cottages in North Wales is easy with many dog-friendly attractions and outdoor activities right on your doorstep. Let us dig into some of the things you can get up to as well as highlighting a choice of beautiful dog friendly cottages to consider for your next holiday.

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  • Dog Friendly Wales
  • 5 Dog Friendly Self Catering Cottages

Dog Friendly Wales

With rolling hills and stunning coastlines, this area of Wales really is a dog’s dream. From hikes in the mountains to splashes in the sea, there is so much for you and your family to see and do. Here are a few places to visit that allow your dogs to come and enjoy the fun:

5 Dog Friendly Self Catering Cottages

Welsh cottage with a red door

Picking the right accommodation to house your family and your dog is an important decision. To help you prepare we put together a list of our top picks including self catering cottages with hot tubs and self catering cottages with enclosed gardens. All surrounded by breathtaking views of the welsh countryside and coast line.

1: Bwthyn Nain Cottage, Harlech

Built in the 1800’s Bwthyn Nain Cottage is a delightful pet friendly cottage that has two bedrooms and sleeps up to 4 people. Set in the village of Harlech, the cottage has scenic views of the ocean and offers plenty of things to do in the local area.

For your dogs it has a conservatory, secure garden, patio area and is just a short work from 2 dog friendly beaches.

2: Greaves Wharf House, Porthmadog

Greaves Wharf House is a dog friendly cottage that sleeps up to 4 guests. Originally the Wharf Master’s office during the 19th century, this luxury two bedroomed cottage has been updated offering great accommodation for family holidays.
Set opposite the harbour slipway, spend your evenings watching the boats or take your dog for a walk down the Wales coastal path which runs directly alongside the property.

3: Ty Cerrig Cottage, Anglesey

Ty Cerrig is a charming detached stone cottage overlooking the welsh countryside.

Set in the small village of Gwalchmai, It has a large outside patio and a safe, dog friendly garden. It sleeps up to six guests and has onsite private parking fitting 3 cars.

A short 10 minute drive will take you to the dog friendly, sandy beaches of Rhosneigr and Aberffraw.

4: Gadlys Farmhouse, Church Bay, Anglesey

Gadlys Farmhouse is a traditional Welsh cottage set in the peaceful settings of Church bay on the Isle of Anglesey. Sleeping up to 6 people, this dog friendly cottage has been renovated offering pure comfort for an enjoyable holiday. 

Offering a small secure garden, sea views, bbq area and seating next to the river.

5: Brenig Cottage, Denbigh

Brenig cottage is a stunning 3 bedroomed cottage sleeping up to 6 guests. Complete with private parking, free wifi and a games room it’s a great choice for a family getaway.  For your piece of mind it has 2 fully enclosed gardens, complete with high fencing so your dog can enjoy the outdoors safely whilst you relax. 
For summer evenings spend time in their private wood fired hot tub or by the garden firepit. Surrounded by countryside it’s the perfect place to do a spot of star gazing.

North Wales Holiday Inspiration With Cottage Decisions

We hope this blog has inspired you to come and explore North Wales with your dog. If these dog friendly holiday homes aren’t your style, why not consider a North Wales camping holiday for a more intimate Welsh escape or for groups to take a look at our large group accommodation options. Wherever your next staycation may take you, Cottage Decisions is here to help.

Rachel D

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