If you're after a dog-friendly hotel, there are lots to choose from. We've put together some options to help you find one paw-fect for you. Most dog-friendly hotels have a certain number of rooms set aside as suitable for pets. While it's unlikely you'll be allowed to leave your pet alone in the room, unless it's in a crate, some hotels can advise about local dog sitters or doggy day care. There will be varying policies on which areas of the hotel your dog can join you in so it's always best to check when booking.

Wherever you choose to stay, if you're heading out for the day with your dog, you'll find plenty to do nearby. We've got lots of cosy dog-friendly pubsdog-friendly beaches and dog-friendly attractions in Wales. Please be responsible and follow the Dog Walking Code when out exploring our beautiful countryside.

southDog-friendly hotels in South Wales

South Wales is a great destination for a dog-friendly break, with plenty of countryside or clifftop walks, historical sites and urban adventures to be had. Check out these pet-friendly hotels to base yourselves in to explore our cosmopolitan capital city Cardiff, the Valleys, the Vale of Glamorgan and the beautiful Wye Valley.

Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel, Bridgend

Escape from the urban jungle with a relaxing break at this gorgeous Grade II Victorian mansion. Nestled in woodland, Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel has seven dog-friendly rooms available, including a junior suite and an accessible room. Dog bowls are provided in the room. While dogs aren't allowed in the restaurant, they are welcomed in the bar and lounge areas. For that added bit of luxury, treat yourselves to a doggy and human afternoon tea during your stay (24 hours notice needed).

voco® St David’s Cardiff

voco® St David’s Cardiff is a dog-friendly AA rated 5 star luxury hotel and spa, situated on Cardiff Bay's stunning waterfront. Their 'pooch package' will see your four-legged friend treated to doggy treats on arrival, and a dog bed and bowl in the room. What's more, you'll find plenty of dog-friendly things to do in Cardiff during your stay.

  • Local attractions: Cardiff, Penarth.
  • Price: from £126 per room per night. One dog per room, £30.00 per room per night.

The Wye Valley Hotel, Tintern

Recharge with a break in the tranquil Wye Valley. The Wye Valley Hotel is a cosy family-run country hotel in Tintern. They have one dog-friendly room - to reserve and find out more please contact the hotel directly. Dogs are restricted to the bar area.

northDog-friendly hotels in North Wales

Head to North Wales for a memory-making holiday. Explore the traditional seaside resorts, cultural cities, beautiful beaches along the Wales Coast Path, and the magnificent scenery of Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park and the Llŷn Peninsula.

Firgrove Country House, Ruthin

Enjoy an adults only stay in the award-winning Firgrove Country House bed and breakfast, near the ancient market town of Ruthin. The Cottage Suite allows pets by arrangement. Pets are not allowed in the main house, however there is plenty of garden space to enjoy outside or the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB to explore.

Ty'n Rhos Country House & Restaurant, Caernarfon

Family-run Ty’n Rhos Country House is a peaceful haven with a fine dining restaurant. Dogs over 18 months old are welcome to stay in some of the bedrooms - the hotel is happy to advise which rooms would be best for you and your canine friend. Pets are allowed in your bedroom and the gardens, but not in the public areas. It's a short drive to lovely walks overlooking the Menai Strait, or for more strenuous walks in Eryri National Park.

Dolffanog Fawr, Llyn Mwngil

Enjoy a break in a gorgeous 18th century farmhouse in a tranquil valley, with the coast just down the road. Dolffanog Fawr overlooks Llyn Mwngil (Talyllyn Lake), which is in turn overlooked by the imposing Cader Idris mountain! The best views are definitely from the property's hot tub. Dogs are welcome if arranged in advance, however you'll need to provide their beds. Pets aren't allowed to be left alone in the room unless they are in a dog crate.

  • Local attractions: countryside and coastal walks, fishing, exploring Tywyn, Aberdyfi and Dolgellau, walking up Cader Idris.
  • Prices: £100 - £125 per room per night for bed & breakfast, £10 per dog per night

The Groes Inn, Conwy

With views over the River Conwy and surrounding countryside, The Groes Inn is a traditional coaching inn with an award-winning restaurant. The Signature Terrace rooms are dog-friendly.

midDog-friendly hotels in Mid Wales

Discover wide beaches and hidden coves, open countryside and views that will take your breath away. You'll find plenty of dog-friendly hotels and things to do in Mid Wales.

Llangoed Hall, Llyswen

Llangoed Hall Hotel is a proper country house retreat on the banks of the River Wye. Set in 17 acres of beautiful gardens, they grow produce to use in their award-winning restaurant. Two rooms are dog-friendly, with heated kennels also available. Please contact the hotel to check availability before booking. Dogs are more than welcome in the library and outside areas, but not in the restaurant and lounges.

The Royston, Llanbrynmair

Two of the eclectic rooms in The Royston are pet-friendly, and they will accept one small-medium sized dog per room with advance notice. The house was a Victorian 'gentleman's residence', lovingly transformed into a modern 7 bedroomed luxury guest house. Each room has views over the surrounding Cambrian Mountains, and there are plenty of walks on the doorstep for you and your hound to explore.

The Falcondale Hotel and Restaurant, Lampeter

The Falcondale Hotel's resident dog, Snoopy, is happy to host canine companions. As well as a dog-friendly menu, you'll find a dog bed, blanket, bowl and towel in the room to use during your stay, and maybe some doggy treats as well. Dogs aren't allowed in the restaurant, but are welcomed in the conservatory. The grounds are perfect for walkies, and they have an outside hose to wash muddy dogs. Humans are also well catered for in this countryside retreat - the restaurant is superb, or treat yourselves to an afternoon tea.

Plas Llangoedmor, Cardigan

A luxurious Grade II* Georgian mansion near the Ceredigion coast, Plas Llangoedmor has pulled out all the stops for welcoming dogs and their owners. Enclosed outdoor spaces, dog showers, a welcome pack and all the essentials are provided for a perfect pooch holiday. The owners are experts about local dog-friendly attractions, pubs and cafés.

  • Local attractions: Cardigan, Poppit Sands (easy access beach), walking the along the River Teifi.
  • Price: £180 - £400 per person per night for bed & breakfast.
Llangoed Hall

Llangoed Hall

dam and resevoir.
The Royston

The Royston

dam and resevoir.
Plas Llangoedmor

Plas Llangoedmor

Aerial view of a harbour, two beaches and pastel coloured houses.

westDog-friendly hotels in West Wales

West Wales is wonderfully dog-friendly, with vast golden beaches to explore, and excellent walks in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Carmarthenshire, and the Gower Peninsula Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Grove of Narberth, Narberth

Near Narberth's bustling market town, The Grove is a luxury 25 bedroom hotel with a 4 AA Rosette restaurant. The Cottage Garden Suites are dog-friendly, with garden access, doggy blankets and towels provided, some very special treats and a doggy dining menu available on request. They have dog-friendly tables in a section of the Artisan Restaurant. Please book directly with the hotel to check availability.

The New Gower Hotel, Bishopston

The New Gower Hotel is a small, luxurious hotel in the gorgeous Bishopston Valley. The hotel has five comfortable, dog-friendly lodges separate from the main building. Dogs are allowed in the bar area, the terraces and in part of the restaurant. You're in the middle of Gower here, with great access to the beaches, coastal walks and villages. 

Brown's Hotel, Laugharne

Famous for being a haunt of Dylan Thomas, Brown's Hotel is now a welcoming, luxurious home-from-home for you and your canine companion. Most of the rooms are dog-friendly, however it's best to speak to the hotel in advance to book and for more information. Pets aren't allowed in the dining areas. The hotel is in the centre of Laugharne, a pretty estuary town, with easy access to shops and walks.

Oxwich Bay Hotel, Gower

Practically on the beach, Oxwich Bay Hotel has five boutique rooms in their on-site cottage available for pets and their owners. They'll provide a dog bowl and towel for use during your stay, and some delicious dog biscuits. The restaurant has a dog-friendly area at certain times. Oxwich Bay's 2 mile long beach is dog-friendly all year round. The hotel can also provide maps for woodland walks in the area.

A sandy beach with seaweed and waves.

Oxwich Bay, Gower, West Wales

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