Friendly places to stay make for a great holiday.
It has to be the Pembrokeshire Coast Path; 186 miles of breathtaking coastal scenery.
That's a long walk that will tire both you and your dog! Plus a rolling landscape of quiet country lanes, a network of footpaths and bridleways, through woodland and over hills, along rivers and estuaries. Try Molly the Collie's great suggestions for doggie walks and download the Dog Walking Guide to ensure you stay safe.
Pembrokeshire also has over 50 beaches from small secluded coves to wide expanses of golden sand. Great for stretching your legs especially during the quieter autumn and winter months. Dog restrictions on some beaches begin 1st May until the 30th September - Check if your favourite has a restrictions with our handy downloadable maps.
Dog friendly accommodation is widely available. There’s a great choice of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs as well as cottages, caravans and campsites. They offer a range of facilities plus a very warm welcome for you and your dog.
A comprehensive support facility of vets, pet supply shops and dog sitting services will ensure that your dog friendly holiday will go without a hitch.
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Having criss crossed the globe, travel writer Paul Gogarty explains why he hasn't found anywhere that can quite eclipse the Pembrokeshire coast.
Who better to ask about their favourite walks than a dog? Molly the Collie interviews six of her friends to find out about their favourite Pembrokeshire dog walks.
The Golden Road, running along the spine of the Preseli Hills (Mynydd Preseli), is one of the finest high ground walking ways in Wales, with views as far as Ireland.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.