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Find the perfect holiday getaway or day out adventure in Gwynedd for both you and your dogs to enjoy.
There are loads of local walks in the mountains and through the town. The Ffestiniog railway is dog friendly. There is a dog friendly restaurant. Walks on the Moelwyn mountains are just minutes away, and the views of the mountains to the rear are breathtaking at any time of [...]
Taking your four legged friend to a holiday park gives you a great excuse to breathe in the fresh air and explore the surrounding areas. Hoseasons have many holiday parks that accept pets including a selection of holiday accommodation here. NOTE - the paw on our mapping system shows [...]
Water bowl in bar and patio garden. Dog-owner guests get free guide to hotel, local walks and visitor attractions. Breakfast with dogs can be taken, by special request, in bar. Non-smoking; 2 AA Rosette restaurant and bar open to non-residents & families with children; Special dinner, bed & breakfast rates for [...]
Bach Wen is a tranquil and peaceful site overlooking Caernarfon Bay in North Wales. It can be found near the village of Clynnog Fawr, 9 miles to the West of Caernarfon. We lie on the beautiful Llyn Peninsular, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. The paddocks are ideal for [...]
Our joint website with Cottages.com offers a superb choice of quality assessed self catering holiday cottages in Gwynedd, Snowdonia and elsewhere in Wales. All properties shown are dog friendly.
There are 3 properties but more than one cottage can be booked at a time to accommodate large groups. Prices range from 2 nights for £160 midweek in the smallest cottage (Y Llaethdy) up to a week in the main house in the peak season for £2200. We accept one [...]
Choose from a great selection of pet friendly holiday cottages across North Wales & Snowdonia. With your best canine friend welcome, the whole family can look forward to a self catering holiday together. Many holiday homes welcome more than one dog; simply check via the website for further information.
Within walking distance of Dorothea lakes - 5 deep former slate quarry pits that have been filled up with water from underground springs. A well-defined and easily accessible footpath, straight from the house, takes you around and between the lakes to the village of Nantlle. Perfect for walking dogs or [...]