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Aberdovey (2mls W), North Wales
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Lovingly known as one of Wales’ best kept secrets, Aberdovey is a picturesque seaside resort on the brink of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, where both you and the dog are promised an unforgettable pet-friendly break. A village preserved in time, this residential spot boasts independent shops, cafes, eateries and pubs that are ready to offer you an instant warm welcome, as well as a host of enjoyable attractions. Browse our selection of dog-friendly accommodation in Aberdovey to find the cottage, cabin or lodge in this beautiful part of Wales that’s ideally suited to you. Whether you’re holidaying with friends, taking a family trip to the seaside or simply enjoying a couples’ getaway, you and your canine companions will most certainly be catered for here on the Welsh coast.
Most of our Aberdovey holiday cottages are pet friendly, owing to the dog-friendly expanse of sandy shores and various other outdoor activities close by. Wander down to the beach to have a swim or watch a variety of water sports, ensuring you pack a tennis ball to throw for Fido. Head into the depths of the Snowdonia mountains for challenging walks with unrivalled views, setting off on hikes that will leave those with two or four legs exhausted. Or, to enjoy the remarkable views without the tiring walks, travel 4 miles up the coast and jump on The Talyllyn Railway. Known as “The Railway with the Heart of Gold”, this 7-mile trip crosses some of Snowdonia’s most glorious coastal and mountain views and is entirely dog friendly! After a day of exploring Aberdovey and Snowdonia, our wide range of dog-friendly Welsh cottages offer the perfect places to put your paws up.
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