You’re longing for a pet friendly holiday in North Wales, but how can you be sure you’re accommodating for your furry friend? Keep reading for all the best things to do and places to stay with your pet.
Top 3 places stay on a pet friendly holiday in North Wales
Making your holiday in North Wales pet friendly is a priority when you have an extra special guest in tow. Thankfully there are lots of places to stay in North Wales that provide a warm welcome.
- Abergele – Home to the pet friendly Gwrych Castle, seen in the last two series of ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’ Pensarn Beach also allows dogs, with the exception of restrictions in the summer months.
- Anglesey – You certainly won’t find yourself stuck for dog friendly things to see and do in Anglesey. Why not take them on a boat trip to Puffin Island and see the stunning natural wildlife? Newborough Forest also makes for a delightful walking trail.
- Llandudno – Stroll along the charming Llandudno Promenade and enjoy some lunch. Dingle Nature Reserve is very pet friendly and is also a great visit for family holidays in North Wales.
Top 3 types of pet friendly accommodation in North Wales
Whether it’s luxury, pet friendly holiday cottages in North Wales or something a bit different, here are our best picks for pet friendly accommodation in the region.
- Cottages – For pet friendly holidays in North Wales, it doesn’t get better than a beautiful cottage. Those with enclosed gardens are especially ideal for four-legged friends.
- Lodges – With all the conveniences of a cottage but with added rustic flair.
- Campsites – Make your pet friendly holiday in North Wales extra close to nature. For a touch of luxury, glamping is a great alternative.
What to do on a pet friendly holiday in North Wales
Taking a pet friendly holiday in North Wales doesn’t have to limit your activity options. Here are our recommendations for places to go that won’t require you to leave your furry friend behind.
- Bodnant Garden – This National Trust site welcomes dogs Fridays to Sunday between April and September, and every day between October and March.
- Great Orme Tramway – A must-visit on a clear day, where this service offers the chance to see breathtaking views as far as the Isle of Man and Blackpool! Well-behaved dogs on leads are allowed on board.
- Greenwood Family Park – For family holidays in North Wales, there’s no better day out than Greenwood Family Park. What’s more, your four-legged friend can join you on the outing as dogs are permitted on the site.
UK holiday guidance with Cottage Decisions