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Dog Friendly Hotels Wales
Wild wonderful Wales is only 170 miles long and at its narrowest points, 60 miles wide. It’s easy to get to the sea or a mountain from where ever you stay, which makes the country extremely popular with walkers, climbers, cyclists surfers and Twitchers. And of course dog owners so, dog friendly hotels in Wales are plentiful.
You’ll find dog friendly hotels in Wales dotted across the beautiful islands off the Welsh mainland, on The Gower Peninsula, along the coasts of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion and all across the country. But our Gurus have come up with a list of the best dog friendly hotels in Wales, to make sure you and your canine companion get the most from your visit.
If you're looking to take your dog on a nationwide road trip visit our Guru’s Dog Friendly Hotels in the UK - The Ultimate Guide.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales on the Coast
Llys Medygg (which means Doctor’s Court) on the Pembrokeshire coast near Newport is a restaurant with rooms run by a local couple. In summer the restaurant moves into the garden and in winter into the cosy wine cellar.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales with Great Views
The Penhelig Armsi on the Dyfi Estuary has a fabulous spot, right on the seafront, with views of the sea and the mountains. Or for proper mountain views try the Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel in Gwynedd, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. Here hearty dinners are announced to guests by a member of staff banging a gong, one of the walls in the bar is made of polished halved tree trunks and there is home-made lemonade in summer and mulled wine in winter.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales for Foodies
To find somewhere foodie, but also dog friendly is a challenge, yet in Llandrillo, in the breathtakingly beautiful Vale of Edeyrnion, you’ll find Tyddyn Llan, which has been converted from a Georgian house. This is a Michelin starred foodie paradise, where dogs (and kids) are allowed in the bedrooms, but not in the public areas.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales for Great Value
The West Arms in Wrexham has plenty of warm fires for dogs to stretch out in front of, after a long walk in the Berwyn Hills. The food is good and the vibe is un-fussy, there’s kayaking, mountain biking and riding nearby, and rooms start from just £70 per night.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales to Escape to
Great for total escapism, the Lake Country House Hotel and Spa is in the very heart of Wales. There are huge lawns, rhododendron walks and riverside paths for endless gambolling for canine guests as well as a spa, golf course and tennis court for families.There is a large indoor swimming pool and a very decent restaurant.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales - North Wales
Y Meirionnydd in Dollgelau has been converted from a prison, but with its now subtle furnishings, great restaurant and proximity to the beach and the mountains, it’s come a long way from its original use. On the nearby Mawddach Estuary you’ll find The Slate Shed B&B, another interesting conversion, this time of a slate cutting mill, which is modern and slick and friendly to bikes and dogs.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales - South and Mid Wales
Hurst House near Laugharne in Carmarthenshire has been converted from a farmhouse and has a huge kitchen garden, a spa, cinema and regular musical and literary evenings. Or try the Bell at Skenfrith, a former coaching house in the Welsh Marches with light, unfussy, modern country-style bedrooms and lovely walks right outside. As well as being great for dog owners this is also a great spot for fisherfolk.
Dog Friendly Hotels in West Wales
Ty Mawr Mansion, near the Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron sits in twelve acres of parkland which would delight any dog. For those who want a longer walk there is a beach nearby. Sip something cold in the drawing room while choosing dinner from a menu bursting with Welsh specialities. Local game, fish, lamb and beef are served alongside seasonal vegetables.
Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales
Ty Mawr Mansion 6 rooms from $147Ceredigion, NOT TO SHOW
Remote Georgian country home with fabulous food close to Wales' Heritage Coastline.Restaurant - Recommended.Restrictions on children - No children under 12.Great walks - Good for walkers.Recommended by - Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays
Y Meirionnydd 5 rooms from $116Gwynedd
A quaint option at the heart of Snowdonia National Park. A former country jail now beautifully renovated. Rooms feature exposed stone walls, crisp white linen and comfortable beds. The intimate restaurant serves hearty food and there's a cosy bar. An ideal spot to return to after a day outdoors.Hideaway - A perfect retreat from everyday life- a charming country hotel with a cosy bar, fantastic restaurant and chic rooms.Great walks - Bring your walking boots and head out on the Mawddach trail with a lunch packed by the hotel.Sights nearby - The area is dotted with ancient castles and areas of interest, ask your hosts to guide you.Restrictions on children - Adults onlyRecommended by - Sawdays
The Slate Shed 5 rooms from $104Arthog near Dolgellau, Gwynedd
Cycle and pet friendly B&B in the heart of Snowdonia. A converted Victorian slate cutting mill featuring an eclectic mix of custom-made and vintage furnishings. Fabulous views over the Mawddach Estuary and mountains.Views - Stunning views over the Mawddach Estuary.Restrictions on children - Over 10s only in the B&B.Great walks - Good for walkers.Recommended by - Sawdays
Tyddyn Llan 13 rooms from $247Llandrillo, Denbighshire, North Wales
Charming Welsh farmhouse turned exceptional Michelin starred restaurant with comfortable rooms resting in the stunning Vale of Edeyrnion. Classic style throughout and with armchairs around every corner. Enjoy the seasonally inspired menu whether it be a taster menu, Sunday lunch or breakfast in bed.Great walks - Knowledgable local guides will happily take guests rambling along the many trails, providing plenty of anecdotes and history.Sights nearby - Llangollen and the Dee Valley have a wealth of attractions and activities to appeal to almost everybody.Fishing - There is wonderfuly fishing on the River Dee, ask at the hotel about equipment.House party feel - Be prepared to meet people.Recommended by - Good Hotel Guide
Penhelig Arms 15 rooms from $143Gwynedd
A picturesque waterfront hotel in the heart of Aberdovey, Gwynedd. The rooms marry original features with modern conveniences and wonderful sea views. There is a quaint on site bar with a cosy fireplace, and a restaurant serving locally sourced Welsh produce. Utterly charming.Active Holiday - Whether on land or at sea there are plenty of challenging activitites.Great walks - The Torrent Walk, Precipice Walk, New Precipice Walk and Panorama Walk provide plenty of contrasting country to explore.Sailing - Dovey Yacht Club offer a range of lessons for all levels.Views - Lovely views over the water and boats.
Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel 16 rooms from $117Gwynedd
An historic mountaineer's hotel offering characterful service, right under Snowdonia. Delightfully eccentric climbing inn with a range of comfortable sleeping options. With a hearty breakfast to start the day and a lively dinner upon your return!Hideaway - A hidden gem in this spectacular stretch of countryside, lose yourself amongst the picturesque hills and lakes.Great walks - Situated in the heart of Snowdonia this area boasts some of the finest walking in the British Isles.Swimming Pool - Natural unheated 60-metre swimming poolFull of characterRecommended by - Good Hotel Guide
West Arms Hotel 16 rooms from $85Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Denbighshire, North Wales
Unspoiled 16th Century Inn nestled in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains. Traditional aspects maintained with the original features and antiques. Rooms are cosy and unique, with modern bathrooms. Seasonal menus, daily specials and a fully stocked bar entice locals and guests alike.Sights nearby - Chirk Castle built in 1310 includes a dungeon and tower.Great walks - Explore the Chirk Aqueduct along the River Dee.Full of characterRomantic - Good for couples.
The Corran Resort & Spa 21 rooms from $272Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, South and Mid Wales
Converted 16th century dairy farm in the depths of South West Wales. Exceptionally generously sized rooms and suites. Heavy wooden beams and exposed brick walls sit against contemporary furniture and fittings. Award winning restaurant serves Welsh cuisine. Extensive spa. An excellent choice.Back to Nature - A lovely country resort surrounded by the ocean, the Towy estuary, and acres of marshland.Total relaxation - Totally unwind with luxorious spa, hot tub, swimming pool and miles of lovely walking.Great walks - Bring your wellies and you pooch and head out to the surrounding marshlands for some scenic walking.Romantic - Good for couples.
Bell at Skenfrith 11 rooms from $208Monmouthshire, South and Mid Wales
Monmouthshire old coaching inn turned stylish hideaway - perfect for the great outdoors. Charmingly quaint rooms with chic touches. Superb food straight from the organic kitchen garden. Relaxed atmosphere, family friendly and perfect for outdoorsy types.Foodies - The simple, uunpretentious menu hits the right note everytime thanks to the full flavours of locally sourced organic produce.Hideaway - With no mobile phone reception and a deep-black star-lit sky at night this truly a retreat from everyday life.Country Escape - Surrounded by beautiful lush gardens complete with fragrant orchard and superb kitchen garden.Great walks - Circular walks from the door. Special walking break packages available.Recommended by - I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays, Johansens
Llys Meddyg 'Doctor's Court' 9 rooms from $208Pembrokeshire, West Wales
Artistic, family-run restaurant with rooms situated on the Nevern estuary in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With miles of coastline to explore you'll be glad of the comfy beds and locally sourced, beautifully cooked cuisine. Simple and effective.Foodies - The hotel offers a whole range of foraging and hunting courses, teaching you to find your own food and cook it.Local markets - See work in progress and browse the beautiful merchandise at the Melin Trewynt (Woollen Mill) and Blueberry Angoras.Cooking classes - Forage and feast courses, looking for and cooking the wild food of the Pembrokeshire countryside and seashore.Great walks - There are numerous walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, just ask your hosts to advise you.Recommended by - I Escape, Good Hotel Guide, Sawdays