Pet Friendly Cottage Company


North Wales
Sleeps 6

Families looking to enjoy a beach based holiday in Wales should look no further than Thalassa in Cemaes Bay, Anglesey. The luxurious cottage benefits from a fantastic location on the harbour wall, affording breathtaking views of the coast.

Families can enjoy building sand castles and exploring rock pools right on the doorstep and also have easy access to local attractions including the popular Sea Zoo and Pili Palas Butterfly Farm. This region is also perfect for those who enjoy watersports such as sailing, windsurfing and jet skiing.

The cottage itself is superb with seaside views from all three bedrooms, Juliette balconies, a lovely living room with full length windows, a modern kitchen and an amazing harbour side patio for alfresco dining with panoramic views.

This cottage is one of the finest of its type in Wales and comes very highly recommended by previous guests. Reviews are excellent with the location, views and décor being praised by many. Two well behaved dogs 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.
23rd September 2018