Pet Friendly Cottage Company

1 Baratheans

Wales
Sleeps 4

We think this is a lovely getaway for couples wanting to be based in the Pembrokeshire area.  In this quaint town you can visit cute shops, traditional pubs and restaurants as well as tea rooms for when it's time to take a break from the sight seeing.  There are so many great days out within easy reach too including Oakwood Theme Park and Bluestone Water Park.  And of course if you want a more relaxing pace there are plenty of stunning sandy beaches to relax on.

The cottage itself is well equipped for a self catering stay with a kitchen and TV.  For entertainment you can find a selection of DVDs books and games for your use.  The enclosed rear garden is a real bonus and when you want to pop out for a drink there is a pub just a 2 minute walk away!

 

 

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Wales
Parc Bryn Bach
Located in the beautiful heart of the South Wales Valleys, this is the perfect place for a day out with your dog. Set in 340 acres of mixed grass and woodland, the park features a 36-acre lake, picnic and barbeque areas and a regular programme of seasonal events.  There is also a visitor centre and visitors can take part in a wide range of instructor led activities including climbing, caving, gorge walking, kayaking and mountain biking. Dogs are permitted in the grounds but may have to be on leads in some areas.
Criccieth Castle
A medieval castle set in beautiful surroundings. The Castle is one of the areas most popular attractions and is both family and dog friendly. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic and the site offers good parking facilities. Dogs must be kept on leads.
Criccieth Castle
A medieval castle set in beautiful surroundings. The Castle is one of the areas most popular attractions and is both family and dog friendly. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic and the site offers good parking facilities. Dogs must be kept on leads.
Gelli Aur Country Park
Situated in Landeilo is a good for families and dogs and offers plenty of open space for children to play, some fantastic nature trails that your pet will love exploring and an on site deer park. Dogs welcome but must be on leads in some areas.
Wepre Park
Offers play areas for children to run around, miles of walking trails, and a visitor centre with café serving tasty snacks. The site also boasts some old castle ruins. Dogs on leads are welcome.
17th January 2018