Gwyliau gyda cŵn yn Eryri20th Jun
A barking great stay-cay!
Using the interactive Snowdonia 360 map, you can plan a stay that not only welcome dogs but offers brilliant facilities and benefits designed to offer the perfect pooch friendly stay or visit!
So, you’ve decided that this year’s break will be a stay-cay and you’re now exploring holiday ideas where you’re beloved dog can join you. Look no further, North Wales is brimming with places to stay, visit and explore that are very much pet friendly.
Using the Snowdonia 360 map, simply add the filter that highlights which members welcome animals. This includes accommodation as well as attractions and eateries, and that’s not forgetting the wonderful open spaces where you can walk, climb, meander and explore with your four legged friend.
Anglesey Sea Zoo encourages dog visitors and provides access to onsite kennels. Visitors are invited to leave dogs inside one of the external dog pens, which are set in the shade with water bowls and a freshwater tap for top-ups. Safe and secure, your dog can have a rest whilst you discover the hidden underwater secrets of Anglesey’s blue waters.
Greenwood Family Park also open their gates to dogs, provided they are kept on a short lead and are friendly towards others. Greenwood have an abundance of undercover eating areas on the Park, so dining out with your dog is made super easy whilst your on site. With plenty of outdoor activities available, the whole family will thrive in this magical forest adventure.
Based at Blaenau Ffestiniog is Zipworld (there are other Zipworld sites in North Wales also) and has its own pet sitting service, ‘Petstop’. They each have a team of pet lovers who care for your dogs in safe, secure and hygienic accommodation while you enjoy Zip World adventures. There is constant supervision by an experienced and professional team so your dog is never left alone. Need a refresh? So does your pooch? The on site cafe offer a refreshing ice cream designed just for dogs!
Head to Inigo Jones Slate Works for a great outing for your entire family -including your beloved dog. Dogs are welcome at both the café and on the Great Slate Tour – so you won’t have to worry about finding a place for your pooch to stay whilst you enjoy discovering the legacy of the slate industry (a heritage worth protecting!).
If you’re looking for a dog friendly place to visit in the Llanberis area, The National Slate Museum is an ideal dog friendly attraction – surrounded by plenty of beautiful walks, a fascinating and interactive museum and a café that serves delicious cake – you can’t go wrong here.
Based on the outskirts of Beddgelert, you’ll find Sygun Copper Mine which is also a dog friendly attraction, provided your dog is capable of walking up and down staircases, this is an extraordinary underground experience for all. Once you’ve finished exploring Sygun, head into the quaint village of Beddgelert for some lovely riverside walks, stretch your legs and visit the famous Gelert’s Grave – a dog lover will appreciate the tale behind this special place.
Delve into our site and begin to play your perfect stay. These are just a handful of dog friendly attractions and there are plenty of others to explore. Unleash the brilliant opportunities for you and your canine pal and create your own unique visit perfect for you and your furry