The whole of Tintern is dog friendly, meaning that all locations and attractions welcome your canine companions with open arms. Some pubs and shops even have special facilities, such as water bowls, free poop bags and even dog menus!
Tintern Abbey is a national icon — still standing in roofless splendour on the banks of the River Wye nearly 500 years since its tragic fall from grace.
Dogs are welcome on all parts of the grounds, but must be on lead at all times.
Tintern Abbey Cottage is a perfect base for exploring Tintern and the surrounding area on foot.
Popular with cyclists, walkers, families and residents, the Filling Station is the perfect pit stop for a delicious freshly ground coffee, fine teas, scrumptious cakes and tasty filled baguettes
Abbey Mill is a riverside shopping and dining complex housed in the 'Old Mill Buildings', open all throughout the year except Christmas Day and Boxing day.
You'll find a licensed coffee shop and restaurant, various shops and the Wye Valley Craft Association.
Built as a Victorian country railway station, the Old Station, Tintern is a charming site to visit for a quiet relaxing day out or as a base for your walk around the beautiful Wye Valley.
Parva Farm is a privately owned and run vineyard open to the public every day except Tuesday and Wednesday for vineyard tours and wine tastings. Dogs are welcome on all parts of the vineyard including the shop.
The Silver Circle Distillery is based just a short way outside Tintern in Catbrook but is definitely worth the visit. It’s open as a bottle shop, for drink tastings, and tours, on Fridays and Saturdays between 11am and 6pm.