Discover The Many Pet Friendly Destinations in Wales

As pets become more popular worldwide, the UK and Wales are no different from the rest of the planet when it comes to owning animals. According to the PFMA (Pet Food Manufacturer’s Association), their research suggests that Wales has the highest percentage of dog ownership in the UK, with 33% of people possessing pooches in this area.

More people are also travelling with their pets, whether it’s around the block or across the country, even around the world. More pet-friendly hotels, restaurants and parks are popping up everywhere and there are also a plethora of places in Wales where these critters are welcome.

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Countryside Cottages

Over at Sykes Cottages, you can search for a beautiful cottage in the country that allows four-legged friends in these fine establishments. Not only can you filter those residences that are pet friendly in North and South Wales, along with their location, the listings also come with a description of the grounds, a review system from those who have stayed there, even helpful hints like those that are close to a pub or near to a quaint fishing village.

If a western locale is more your cup of tea, check out West Wales Holiday Cottages where you can also filter your search results to accommodate your choices from number of beds and baths to arrival and departure dates. You can also choose special features like hot tubs, gardens and game rooms. Find a destination that also includes nearby pubs, coastal views with beaches, farm locations or more secluded settings. You’ll likely find the perfect place using one of these venues.

Trip Advisor

At this popular travel advisory site, you can search for hotels in North and South Wales in their “top-ten” lists according to their best reviews. You can also search for vacation rentals, specialty lodging, resorts, inns, bed and breakfast facilities. You can check and compare prices and book your stay in this one location.

Online reviewers will reveal where you can enjoy a good cup of afternoon tea, who has the best food, the most accommodating staff and other helpful hints. View their hotel’s location on a map and see hundreds of pictures taken by travellers staying at the hotel itself and some of the surrounding sights they may have visited.

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With all the online venues available to seek out the perfect place for you and your pet to stay, you should have no trouble finding the perfect accommodations for you and your four-legged friend. It has even been noted online there have been pet-friendly places where signs read:

Dogs are welcome in this hotel. We’ve never had a dog that smoked in bed and set fire to the blankets. We’ve never had a dog who stole the towels, played the TV too loud or had a fight with his traveling companion. We’ve never had a dog who got drunk and broke up the furniture. So, if your dog can vouch for you, you’re welcome, too!