Dog friendly cottages in Wales
You’ve seen our selection of cosy cottages, but which ones can you bring your furry friends along to?
This magnificent stone-built house is set in an acre of beautiful wooded gardens, surrounded by a further three acres of shared grounds and scenic farmland. Standing in magnificent southern Snowdonia scenery close to the mountain of Cader Idris, yet is just half a mile from the sea, with access to a secluded sand and shingle beach, this hideaway is perfect for adventuring the outdoors with your four-legged friends.
White Beach Cottage
This 5-Star rated property is just a few hundred metres from the stunning White Beach Cove, one of Anglesey’s loveliest beaches. Set in a picturesque and tranquil location, it has immaculate gardens, patio furniture and a barbecue for you and your furry friends to enjoy. The sitting room has a range fireplace and the conservatory has underfloor heating, perfect for warming up your pets’ bones after a paddle in the sea.
The Anglesey Coastal Path passes nearby, giving access to cliffs and a good choice of beaches, all within a 30-minute walk. If you want to head for the hills, it’s a 25-minute drive to Llanberis, the popular gateway town for Snowdonia.
These cottages are former derelict farm buildings, sympathetically transformed into five immaculate cottages sitting side-by-side around a courtyard. The plot is surrounded by well-kept lawns, located in an idyllic wooded valley at the end of a road half a mile long with no through traffic. It’s also a 13-acre smallholding, including miniature Shetland ponies, pigs, ducks and chickens – lots of friends for your furry pal to meet! There’s abundant wildlife and walking too.
Troedyrhiw is close to the attractive town of Cardigan and the beaches and bays of the unspoilt Ceredigion Heritage Coast and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Tŷ Mawr Collection
The Ty Mawr Cottage Collection comprises 5 unique self-catering cottages, all luxuriously cosy and tastefully decorated. Set in the grounds of Ty Mawr, a Grade 2 * Georgian Mansion in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, these delightful cottages are perfect for adventuring the chilly outdoors or to curl up in front of the roaring log burners.
On the doorstep there’s everything from gentle canal walks to mountain hikes, cycling to mountain biking, medieval castles to characterful country towns like Brecon and Hay.
This cottage stands on a small working farm, but what really grand the attention is the widescreen sea and mountain views over the Dyfi Estuary, where green hills slide into the waters of Cardigan Bay. On a clear day, you’ll see as far as Snowdonia’s mighty Cader Idris and the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula. Be sure to pack your binoculars to look out for red kites and ospreys, as Bwlch Cliced is surrounded by a wealth of local walks and wildlife for you and your furry friend to enjoy.
This spacious, immaculately maintained cottage is nestled in untouched Cambrian Mountain countryside an enjoyable stroll from the bustling town of Tregaron. A stylish and contemporary stone barn with a ‘get away from it all’ secluded garden, surrounded by lush pasture and proper mountains.
The beaches and walks of the beautiful Cardigan Bay coast are within easy reach, and the Vale of Rheidol Railway runs a spectacular steam journey from Aberystwyth to the legendary Devil’s Bridge. Launch yourself into undiscovered rugged mid Wales from Ysgubor Cottage.