Filled with dog-friendly adventures, Wales is the perfect destination for the whole family. From mountain hikes to coastal walks, there is plenty to keep your dog’s tail wagging throughout the duration of your stay. Here is our list of the best dog friendly cottages in Wales.

Whether you’re escaping to a rural cottage with uninterrupted countryside vistas or a seafront hideaway perfect for early morning walks along the beach, Luxury Cottages has a fantastic selection of dog-friendly luxury cottages for your next holiday in Wales.

Yr Hafan, Llyn Peninsula

Situated on the Northern end of the Llyn Peninsula, Yr Hafan is perfect for beach-loving families. Only a short drive from the sandy beaches and coastal towns of Abersoch, Aberdaron and Nefyn, there are so many opportunities for trying water sports, sailing or fishing.

Walkers and dogs alike will love discovering the 100 scenic miles of the Wales Coastal Path, before playing a game of fetch on one of the dog-friendly beaches.

At the end of the day, enjoy a delicious meal at The Bryncynan in Morfa Nefyn near Pwllheli, for a dinner with a view. This dog friendly pub makes for the perfect end to the day.


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Yr Hafan
The Waterfront Decking

The Waterfront, Anglesey

This beautiful, contemporary cottage in the ever popular seaside town of Rhosneigr is only a one minute walk away from a dog-friendly sandy beach, perfect for summer days with the whole family.

There is an abundance of water sports including kitesurfing and surfing nearby, plus elegant wine bars, cafes and restaurants within easy walking distance.

If you’re wanting to explore more of Anglesey, take a day trip to Puffin Island. This dog-friendly cruise from Beaumaris Pier around the island is a great chance to spot some of the local wildlife and Welsh scenery.

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Plas y Foel, Llyn Peninsula

Nestled within the charming town of Llanbedrog, which is renowned for its sheltered bay, this is a beautiful spot for families to spend a day at the beach. Both you and your dog will enjoy nature walks through the vast woodlands and heathland paths, before you retire to this luxury home to relax.

Unwind at Plas y Foel with your friends, family and dog. With an outdoor swimming pool, fantastic social areas and breathtaking sea views from both indoors and out, you will want to stay forever.

Whether you are celebrating something special or just want to enjoy an evening out, The Vaynol in Abersoch is a great dog-friendly pub, offering fantastic dishes from locally sourced ingredients.


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Plas Y Foel
Plas Mynydd Hot Tub

Plas Mynydd, Anglesey

This historic manor house offers serene sea views and beautiful grounds, making it the ideal place for an escape with the whole family and your furry friend.

With an abundance of beaches nearby where you can try an array of water sports, and only a short walk to reach the Wales Coastal Path, there are plenty of activities for whole family.

Whether you’re staying at the cottage to enjoy the hot tub and pool table or to explore the local area, make sure to take a day trip to Beaumaris Castle, which allows dogs.

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Middle Tumble Cottage, Powys

At Middle Tumble Cottage you can enjoy idyllic countryside views and peace and quiet like no other. Unwind with your family and your dog with long walks in the hills. Discover the waterfall at Hafren Forest and explore the expansive Shropshire Hills, just a short drive away.

Nearby you will find Powys Castle and Gardens, where you can stroll along the Italianate terraces, yew hedges and impressive statues with your dog at your side.

If you’re looking for something different, why not head to Welshpool and the Llandair light railway?

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Shepherd's Rest
The exterior of a manor in Llyn Peninsula, Wales on a sunny day

Plas Efailnewydd, Llyn Peninsula

There is no better destination for a grand celebration than this impressive Grade II* listed Georgian manor house on the Llyn Peninsula. Situated within five acres of beautiful gardens, there will be plenty to keep your dog’s tail wagging.

The best way to spend the summer is on the beach, so we recommend heading to Pwllheli Beach (Traeth Marian-y-De) for a day of swimming, sunbathing and a game or two of fetch with your dog.

For the families who like to keep active on holiday, join the Wales Coastal Path for unspoilt scenery and views comprising sea cliffs and the mountains of Snowdonia.

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