10 of the Best Luxury Dog-Friendly Hotels in Wales

With rolling hills, magnificent mountains, a glorious coastline containing some of Britain’s best beaches, Wales is a fine choice for a spot of adventure. But heading out on a trip away from home is always better with your pup by your side. That’s why we’ve taken a look at ten of the best dog-friendly hotels across Wales, to help you plan your next break. 

1. The Grove, Narbeth

The Grove of Narberth is a privately owned luxury hotel, situated in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside with views of the Preseli Hills. This hotel has its own resident Labradoodle's, Milo and Bronwen, and welcomes well-behaved dogs with open arms!

The hotel gives you the option to choose from five stunning, dog-friendly rooms. Other special touches include upcycled dog towels, blankets, special treats and a doggy dining menu (to ensure your dog eats just as well as you do). Outside, the grounds and surrounding areas give your dog the perfect opportunity to have a wholesome run-around. 

Visit The Grove’s website here

Image credit: The Grove, Narbeth

2. The Falcondale, Ceredigion

The Falcondale is an impressive hotel in Ceredigion, Mid Wales, which is nestled at the top of the Teifi Valley. This luxurious hotel is set on 14 acres of land, is surrounded by scenic walks and is within easy reach of the coastal path, forestry walks, hilltop walks and dog friendly beaches, meaning there’s an abundance of countryside to explore. 

They are a fully dog friendly hotel with lots of perks for your pooch. Just in case you left something behind, the dog amenities include; dog blankets, towels and throws, washing facilities, food/water bowls, poo bags, leads, treats, emergency dog food supplies, and torches for early morning or late night walks if this takes your fancy. 

The Falcondale also takes part in National Pet month by offering free stays for your dog. In 2020 the dates are 1st April to 10th May! 

Visit The Falcondale’s website here.

Image credit: The Falcondale

3. Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel, Vale of Glamorgan

Idyllically nestled amongst Welsh woodland, The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Country Hotel is a hidden gem only a short drive away from bars and shops. A hotel with pet-friendly bedrooms, there are beautiful walks on their grounds, a dog agility course and they even offer a Doggy Afternoon Tea, featuring homemade doggy delights.

Visit their website here.

Image Credit: Coed Y Mwstwr Hotel

4. Pale Hall Hotel, edge of Snowdonia

Pale Hall Hotel is an exclusive, dog-friendly country house hotel and restaurant with serene surroundings and Snowdonia National Park on its doorstep.

“We recognise that a relaxing country break can often be enhanced by the opportunity to share some quality time with your dog and Palé offers a perfect environment, with its expansive woodland garden and many nearby walks.”

A number of their rooms are dog friendly and these can be equipped with facilities such as a comfy dog bed, food and water bowls. They also provide special treats and a towel coat to use during your stay.

Visit Pale Hall Hotel’s website here.

Image credit: Pale Hall Hotel

5. Oxwich Bay Hotel, Swansea

Located in the Gower Peninsula, Oxwich Bay Hotel is an award-winning hotel just seconds from the breathtaking Oxwich Bay beach. One of the biggest appeals of this hotel is its proximity to the Gower’s dog-friendly beaches. Oxwich Bay beach allows dogs all year round and its 2 mile stretch is perfect for tiring out pooches. 

“Located within easy reach of wildlife spots, woodland and miles of coastal path, this hotel is perfectly placed for you and your dog to explore all the Gower Peninsula has to offer.”

In addition, they provide a dog bowl, towel and delicious dog biscuits for your furry friend.

Visit their website here.

Image credit: Oxwich Bay Hotel

6. Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Mid Wales

Lake Country House Hotel & Spa is located in the breathtaking Welsh countryside, between the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia. The hotel’s dog-friendly policy welcomes well behaved dogs who can enjoy the miles of walking routes around the grounds. The hotel also has its own friendly resident dog, Molly! 

Visit their website here.

Lake Country House Hotel & Spa

7. Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa, Snowdonia

Almost 130 years old, Lake Vyrnwy Hotel is an award-winning hotel set on a lake, surrounded by woodlands and waterfalls that are perfect for exploring with your four-legged friend.

There are a number of elegant, dog-friendly rooms available plus the option of heated, outdoor kennels. It’s the perfect spot for a tranquil weekend away, exploring some of the best scenery that Wales has to offer. 

Visit the website here.

Image credit: Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa

8. Peterstone Court, Brecon Beacons

Peterstone Court pride themselves as being a home from home where you can relax and unwind. Providing the ultimate escape, they are one of the only hotels in Brecon to offer an outdoor heated pool, fully equipped gym and a serene spa.

Your four-legged companion is completely welcome at Peterstone Court. The hotels’ Simply Pawsome Package includes a luxury wooftastic ‘hamper’ with treats, chew, food, bowls, poo bags and a doggie bed. 

“It’s safe to say, we are very dog friendly.” 

Find out more about Peterstone on their website.

Image credit: Peterstone Court

9. Llangoed Hall, Brecon Beacons

Llangoed Hall is a wonderfully elegant and historic country house hotel situated in the beautiful Wye Valley in the heart of the Welsh countryside. 

Each of Llangoed Hall’s opulent bedrooms has been individually designed, giving each its own unique character and charm. There are 2 dedicated dog-friendly rooms at Llangoed Hall and upon arrival, your room will be ready with an extra comfy dog bed, two bowls and a few treats.

View their website here.

Image credit: Llangoed Hall

10. New House, Cardiff

The perfect mix between town and country, The New House Hotel is far enough from the city to feel the calming effects of the country, but still close enough to dip into the hustle & bustle when cocktails call. 

This hotel has a number of dog friendly rooms with hardwood flooring and easy access to the landscaped grounds. It’s located just a short distance from perfect picturesque walks with your four-legged friend, the perfect location in South Wales for the relaxing break away from the city with your dog.

View their website here.

Image credit: New House Cardiff

Have you visited any of these hotels with your dog? Let us know below!

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