Are you ready to embark on a holiday adventure with your dog? Look no further than Pembrokeshire, Wales, where you and your pet can enjoy stunning coastlines, lush green landscapes, and a wide variety of pet-friendly accommodations and activities.

Read on to check out some of the best pet friendly holidays in Pembrokeshire and why this stunning region of Wales is a top choice for pet friendly holidays.  If you’re looking for a home away from home for you and your 4 legged pal, then a pet friendly cottage in Pembrokeshire might be just the thing. There are plenty of options available, from cosy cottages for couples to larger properties for families or groups of friends.

Stunning Pembrokeshire

Pet Friendly Cottages Pembrokeshire

One of the best ways to enjoy a pet-friendly holiday in Pembrokeshire is by renting a pet friendly cottage. There are many charming options to choose from, ranging from cosy cottages for two to spacious properties that can accommodate larger groups. Many of these cottages come with enclosed gardens or private outdoor spaces, giving your furry friend plenty of room to stretch their legs.

One standout option is Ty Gwyn, a stylish and contemporary cottage located in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This luxurious property can accommodate up to six people and two dogs, and boasts an open-plan living area, a wood-burning stove, and a private patio area where you can enjoy al fresco meals with your pet.

Another great choice is Llwynbedw, a picturesque cottage that dates back to the 18th century. This charming property has been beautifully restored and can accommodate up to four people and two dogs. Located just a short drive from the stunning coastline, Llwynbedw offers the perfect base for exploring all that Pembrokeshire has to offer.

This stunning coastal county in Wales is the perfect destination for a dog friendly getaway. With miles of dog-friendly beaches, rolling hills, and charming villages, you and your companion are sure to have a wooftastic time.

Pet Friendly Tenby

We love The Granary, a charming converted barn in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside. This property sleeps up to four people and two dogs, and has a lovely enclosed garden where your furry friend can play. Inside, the cottage is full of character, with exposed stone walls and wooden beams. It’s the perfect place to unwind after a long day exploring the local area.

Another great choice is Ty Morlo, a beautifully renovated cottage in the coastal village of Solva. This property sleeps up to six people and two dogs, and has stunning views over the harbour and out to sea. It’s just a short walk to the village’s dog-friendly beach, and there are plenty of walks to enjoy in the surrounding area.

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Dog Friendly Lodges

For a more modern and spacious option, why not consider a pet-friendly lodge in Pembrokeshire? These lodges offer all the comforts of home, with plenty of room for you and your furry friend to relax and enjoy your surroundings.

One great option is the Luxury Dog Friendly Lodge at Croft Country Park. This stunning lodge sleeps up to six people and two dogs, and has its own private hot tub. It’s located in a peaceful countryside setting, with plenty of walks and dog-friendly beaches nearby.

Another great choice is the Pet Friendly Lodge at Noble Court Holiday Park. This lodge sleeps up to four people and two dogs, and has a spacious open-plan living area and a lovely outdoor decking area. The holiday park has plenty of facilities for both humans and dogs, including an indoor swimming pool, a dog agility course, and a dog wash area.

Croft Country Park

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Dog Friendly Days Out

One of the best things about Pembrokeshire is the wide range of pet-friendly days out on offer. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely stroll along the coast or an action-packed adventure, there’s something for everyone and every doggie.

One must-visit destination for pet owners is the beautiful Barafundle Bay. This secluded beach is only accessible by foot, which means it’s never too crowded. It’s also dog-friendly all year round, so your furry friend can enjoy a paddle in the crystal-clear water or a game of fetch on the sand.

Another great option is the Preseli Hills. These stunning hills offer plenty of walking opportunities, with miles of footpaths to explore. Dogs are welcome, but it’s worth noting that there are some areas where they need to be kept on a lead to protect the local wildlife.

For something a little more adventurous, why not try coasteering? This exciting activity involves exploring the rocky coastline by jumping, climbing, and swimming. There are plenty of companies in Pembrokeshire that offer coasteering experiences, and many of them are happy to accommodate dogs.

Dog Enjoying the Beach in Snowdonia Wales

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