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Saundersfoot, West Wales
Tenby (1.5mls N), West Wales
Tenby, West Wales
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Dip into our selection of dog-friendly cottages in Tenby, and enjoy this popular Welsh seaside resort. Set in Pembrokeshire in South West Wales, you’re in one of the most beautiful regions in Britain. Walkers and pup pals will be thrilled to find the Pembroke Coast Path on the doorstep of our pet-friendly cottages in Tenby while the Wales Coast Path stretches for 870 miles. Choose from a variety of self-catering dog-friendly Wales accommodation including coastal holidays. Build sandcastles on the local beach, though make it withstand excitable paws. Tenby offers a variety of festivals too, including a daffodil festival in February, a folk festival in August, and a Blues festival in November. Your hound is bound to howl in approval. Book dog-friendly accommodation in Tenby for a holiday packed with fun-loving adventures.
History buffs will enjoy a visit to the 900-year-old town of Pembroke with its magnificent waterside fortress and dog-friendly welcome (10 miles). Enjoy a day trip to Milford Haven with its pretty marina with boutique shops and boats to see, and a maritime museum in the Old Customs House sharing the fishing heritage of the area. Garden lovers and romantics should visit Manorbier Castle; set high above a beach and village it’s open to humans and pup pals from March to September with a variety of events to enjoy. Or hop on a pup-friendly boat trip to Caldey Island where Fido can spot seabirds and seals. Book dog-friendly holidays in Tenby, and the whole family can enjoy waggy-tailed adventures with their best friend from our Tenby cottages.
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