Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Bwthyn Awel

North Wales
Sleeps 10

Bwthyn Awel is a large, luxurious cottage offering high spec accommodation and breathtaking views. The cottage is situated beside a popular coastal path and famous Lobster Pot restaurant and is ideal for large groups.

Attention to detail is very impressive inside this cottage which has a quirky "upside down" design. Concealed stair lightning, 180 degree views and a fantastic fitted kitchen with decked outdoor terrace are just a few of the features which add to the wow factor.

The cottage has a large light sitting room, five bedrooms, a handy utility room and a breakfast room. The first floor living room has a large glazed balcony affording panoramic views. Outside is a spacious lawned garden with patio and BBQ.

Guests staying at Bwthyn Awel can enjoy the blue flag beach which is just a few hundred yards away and can also explore the miles of coastal paths. Other nearby attractions include Anglesey Sea Zoo, Plas Newydd Mansion and Snowdonia National Park. Pets are welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in North Wales
Most dog owners love taking their pets for long walks on the beach and north Wales has a good selection of dog friendly beaches. Quarry Beach in Gwynedd, Haven Beach in North Pembrokeshire and Bull Bay in Anglesey are just a few of the regions beaches with dog walking areas. Restrictions may apply in high season.
Ceiriog Valley
The Ceiriog Valley is the place to go to enjoy some of the best walks in Wales. There are miles of paths and trails to explore making this area perfect for those with energetic dogs. There are also a couple of dog friendly pubs here including The West Arms where dogs are welcome in the bar and gardens.
Gilfarch Farm Nature Reserve
Here you will find a visitor's centre and some fantastic walks for all abilities. Most of the paths are suitable for those with dogs but owners are asked to ensure that they clear up after their pets. Don't forget to bring some water if coming during the summer months.
22nd September 2018