Pet Friendly Cottage Company

The Nook

North Wales
Sleeps 6

The Nook is a detached cottage sleeping 6 with a wonderful location near Red Wharf Bay, Just a few minutes walk from the beach. The property makes an ideal family base with easy access to many local attractions and offering ample living accommodation and outside space. Village amenities are right on the doorstep with a shop and pub less than 2 minutes away.

The cottage has a cosy lounge with traditional coal fire, a separate dining room with sea views, a modern kitchen with breakfast area and three bedrooms all with lovely views of the coast. Outside the large lawned garden has a patio and furniture and is the perfect place for children to play. We particularly like the sunny summer room which overlooks the garden and is a good spot for reading or just relaxing.

The long sandy beach at Benllech is ideal for families and is lined with cafes, shops and amusement arcades. Other local attractions include the castle at Beaumaris and Snowdonia National Park. One well behaved dog is 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