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Dog Friendly Hotels Wales

Maenan Abbey is a beautiful dog friendly hotel, Wales

Wales is a land of stunning countryside, dramatic coastlines, amazing mountains and incredibly friendly people, well known for their love of singing and rugby. It’s a country of myth and legend, home to ancient stone circles and an incredible number of historic castles and other ancient monuments. It also boasts the bustling city of Cardiff and many other picturesque towns and villages you’ll love to explore with your pooch.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve curated a selection of luxurious dog friendly hotels in Wales for you to explore on Trip Advisor. Read the reviews, compare prices and get the best deals.

Dog Friendly Hotels in Wales

Wales offers a wide range of beautiful landscapes for you and your dog to explore together. With the mountain areas of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons within its borders, it’s dog-walking heaven. There’s also the Pembrokeshire Coast with its famous long-distance path – enough to stretch the legs of the most enthusiastic and energetic pet. So, whatever kind of walking adventures you and your dog are looking for, Wales will be able to offer you the perfect solution.

Sweeping decked terraces overlooking the gardens at Peterstone Court Hotel in Wales, perfect for a dog friendly holiday.


Peterstone Court, Brecon Beacons

Peterson Court prides itself on the warm Welsh welcome that it offers to guests – both human and canine. Located in amongst the beautiful Brecon Beacons, this fine Georgian property offers exceptional accommodation, including elegant traditional rooms and contemporary lofts (in a converted stable block) that are particularly suitable for those with pets in tow. The hotel offers lots of fine luxury touches to make your stay a really memorable one, including a pool, gym and spa.

A dog enjoy a relaxing lie in the beautiful lounge at Pale Hall Hotel, Wales

Palé Hall, Snowdonia

If you are looking for a truly luxurious hotel for you and your dog to stay in Wales, then look no further that Palé Hall. This is a luxury country house hotel, with an award-winning restaurant, that offers the highest level of comfort and luxury. It boasts an amazing location in the Dee valley, deep in the heart of beautiful Snowdonia, which makes it the perfect place from which to explore this incredible region. The hotel is an amazing place to take a dog, not least because its large woodland garden offers a wonderful place for a walk. In additon, Palé Hall has a number of designated dog-friendly rooms which feature dog beds and water bowls. You can even book the library to dine in with your four-legged friend.

Getting ready for an alfresco lunch on the terrace with sweeping countryside views at the Slebech Park Estate, Wales.

Slebech Park Estate

As its name suggest, the accommodation at Slebech Park Estates, is surrounded by hundreds of acres of private parkland. It is located in an incredibly peaceful part of the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park and offers a luxurious base from which to head out with your pooch, lead in hand, to discover this beautiful part of Wales. All dogs staying at Slebech Park get their very own welcome pack, which includes a bed, bowls and treats. The hotel also has a special room with a slate floor set aside as a place where your four-legged friend can make themselves at home

Get the Best Reviews and Dog Friendly Deals in Wales on TripAdvisor

The above selection is a just a small pick of the dog friendly hotels in Wales that you can explore on Trip Advisor. Why not dive right in and find yourself the best deal using their price comparison tools?

Please note that the majority of hotels in Wales charge a fee for dogs staying. These vary from venue to venue so be sure to check this out at time of booking.

We hope you find the perfect retreat for you and your dog.


You might not think of Wales as a place to go for a beach holiday, but it actually has some of the finest beaches in the UK. For example, Pembrokeshire (which lies to the southwest of the country) has over 100 beaches to choose from, including many secluded coves that you and your dog can discover together.

Wales’ beaches are just some of the dog-friendly places you can visit. Here are a few more suggestions:

Devil’s Bridge and the Hafod Estate
Caernarfon Castle
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and the Llangollen Canal

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