Dog friendly holidays in North Wales

North and Mid Wales

Including Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Gwynedd, Snowdonia National Park and Powys

Haven - dog friendly holiday parks in the UK

Haven Holidays

UK Wide

Holiday Parks & Touring Pitches
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Haven Holidays have some great dog friendly holiday parks with some parks having the option for camping and touring throughout the UK

Menai Holiday Cottages welcome dogs in their properties in North Wales

Menai Holiday Cottages

Brynsiencyn, LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLL, LL61 6HZ

Self catering agency

Dog Type & Number: 4
Dogs Free: No

Menai Holiday Cottages has dog friendly properties throughout North Wales – Anglesey, Snowdonia, Llyn Peninsula, Conwy and Llandudno

Sykes Cottages welcome dogs in the their properties throughout the UK

Sykes Cottages

UK Wide

Self Catering Agency
Dog Type & Number: Varies by property.
Dogs Free: Yes

Sykes Cottages offer dog friendly holidays throughout The UK, whether you are looking for coastal or countryside properties.

Black Prince Holidays logo

Black Prince

UK Wide

Self catering narrowboats, sleeps 2 – 10

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Black Prince offer dog friendly narrowboat holidays with locations across the UK. Enjoy strolling along the canal paths with your dogs, or sit on board and watch the world go by.

dog friendly Best Western Hotels

Best Western Hotels & Resorts

UK Wide

Hotel

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Best Western Hotels & Resorts are ideal for trips away with your four-legged friend, from the beaches of Pembrokeshire to the epic trails of the Peak District.

Forest Holidays welcome up to 4 dogs

Forest Holidays

UK Wide

Holiday Parks

Dog Type & Number: 4
Dogs Free: No

Forest Holidays welcome up to 4 dogs into their cabins at locations across the UK. With hot tubs available, this could be a perfect break for you and your family.

Dog friendly hotel in Wales - Craig y Nos Castle

Craig y Nos Castle Hotel

Pen-y-Cae, SWANSEA, Powys SA9 1GL

Hotel

Dog Type & Number: Variable
Dogs Free: Yes

Set in the Brecon Beacons, Craig y Nos Castle is a great dog friendly hotel to stay in for exploring the area, with great walks from the door.

BreakFree Holidays

BreakFree Holidays

UK & Europe Wide

Holiday Parks, , Boating, Camping & Touring and Hotels

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

BreakFree Holidays have fantastic dog friendly holidays around the UK and Europe from your favourite big holiday brands

Dog friendly campsites and touring caravan sites

Cool Camping

UK & Europe Wide

Campsites

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Cool Camping offer a wide range of dog friendly campsites and glamping across the UK and Europe

Want to go on dog friendly holidays in North and Mid Wales, so that all of your family members can go? 

We are sure to have something for you as pets are welcome at all of the properties here. There are great self catering cottages, holiday parks and campsites to stay at. If you prefer to take things a little easier, try one of the many dog friendly B&B’s or hotels? Wherever you go, one thing is sure – your pets are welcome!

Dog Friendly Anglesey

Anglesey is a small island off the coast of North West Wales. It is connected to the mainland by the Britannia and Menai Suspension Bridges. There is always something to do on Anglesey. Whether it be exploring the beaches with your dog or walking some of the 125 miles of the Wales Coastal path.

Dog Friendly Conwy

Conwy county is an ideal holiday destination for all of the family. One third of the county lies in Snowdonia national park, an ideal area for exploring with your dogs. The gateway village to Snowdonia – Betws-y-Coed, has plenty of family activities there too – plenty of walking opportunities! If that doesn’t appeal to you, how about Llandudno – Wales’ largest seaside resort with Wales’ longest pier. There are also plenty of shops to mooch around, or take in a visit to Conwy Castle. If Llandudno seems a little busy for you, then try the quieter resorts of Colwyn Bay or Rhos-on-Sea. Conwy may be small, but there is plenty to see and do.

Dog Friendly Gwynedd

Gwynedd in North Wales, has it all – mountains, woodlands, rivers and the sea. Beddgelert is the ideal base for exploring the classic Snowdonia National Park beauty spots. What if you don’t fancy exploring the mountains? There’s always the sandy beaches, cliffs and estuaries of the Llyn Peninsula, which has part of the Wales Coast Path on it. Can’t make up your mind between coast and country? The harbour town of Porthmadog is the dividing line. Go a little way west and you’re on the sands of the Llyn Peninsula. In the other direction and climb up the wooded Vale of Ffestiniog into the mountains by railway. A perfect part of Wales for your and your dog.

Dog Friendly Powys

If stunning unspoilt countryside, great hospitality and great dog walking countryside is what you’re after then a holiday with your dog to Powys, Mid Wales is essential. The Brecon Beacons hardly need any introduction and there are some great walks there. However, a little bit of detective work with a map will take you and your dog away from the honeypot areas and into some simply stunning countryside. Here you’ll find waterfalls, ruined chapels, mine works and hours of solitude.

Of course the Brecon Beacons are only one small part of the beautiful county of Powys. If you head further North there’s plenty more to do.  Builth Wells holds the Royal Welsh Show every year, Wales’ largest show and some would argue the best Agricultural and Country show in the UK! After all these activities, it’s good to know that there’s a great variety of eating establishments to refuel at before you head back to your dog friendly holiday property.

We hope that you have some great dog friendly holidays in North and Mid Wales. 

To find a list of dog friendly pubs and cafes, please click here.

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