One of the joys of pet friendly holidays is having your four legged friend by your side!

With more and more businesses allowing pets on their premises, you’re spoilt for choice. But how do you sniff out the best establishments?

We’ve put together a list of our personal favourites, from quaint cafes to welcoming pubs packed with atmosphere.


Black Rock Beach Club, Porthmadog

Perched on the stunning Gwynedd coastline, this gem is ideal for long afternoons soaking in the sun with a refreshing drink.

With modern outdoor seating, and refurbished interiors, Black Rock Beach Club is the ideal year round place to be.

Furry friends are well catered for too, with a free treat on arrival or some scoops of pooch friendly ice cream for those extra special occasions.


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Kings Head, Llangennith

If you’re staying in South Wales, this stunning 17th Century inn is well worth a visit!

With a perfect position in the beautiful Gower Peninsula, this pub is ideal for weekend lunches followed by a stroll across the sand.

Dogs don’t go without at the Kings Head either, because the Kings Head have bespoke menus created especially for them!



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The Brewery Inn, Cosheston

With it’s perfect position on the Pembrokeshire coast, The Brewery Inn is the ideal pit stop for hungry travellers and their four legged friends.

Having won the coveted “Best Dog Friendly Pub in Pembrokeshire” award, The Brewery Inn prides itself on its free house status.

There are plenty of tables for your pet to snooze under as you tuck in to delicious home cooked fare.

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The Forest Arms, Brechfa

With “dog friendly tables” available, The Forest Arms welcomes every member of the family.

Their delightful outdoor seating area is the perfect for summer afternoons with your pooch, or huddle by their open fires on colder winter nights.

As their dog friendly tables are in short supply, it’s worth making a reservation before you go!

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The Nags Head Inn, Garthmyl

This stunning former coaching inn is perfectly positioned in the hills of Mid Wales, with close proximity to the Montgomeryshire Canal, ideal for long walks with your furry friend.

With their award winning food and relaxed inviting atmosphere, you’ll already be planning your next visit.

Relax in the bar with your favourite beverage after a long day with your dog at your feet.

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George III, Dolgellau

Experience stunning views of the Afon Mawddach estuary from the George III’s spacious outdoor seating area.

With an extensive menu and a warm welcome for your pets, this will become your go to spot when staying near the coast.

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