Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Anglesey
North Wales boasts the stunning mountains, lakes and waterfalls of Snowdonia, along with beaches galore. There are historical towns to explore – and dog friendly pubs to enjoy!
Conwy has dog friendly ancient monuments and stunning scenery, including a castle with lovely views, the smallest house in Britain and a mountain that you can drive up and wander around a network of paths and picturesque lakes with your dog. At the summit are an Iron Age hill fort breathtaking views. The RSPB has a Nature Reserve at Conwy where dogs are welcome and the town’s Marina and Quay makes a good place for you and your dog to watch the world (including birdlife) go by.
The Isle of Anglesey, the largest island of Wales, is criss-crossed with quiet lanes and paths, and with plenty of dog friendly cottages to stay in, it is an ideal base for a walking holiday with your canine companion. A coastal path runs through spectacular scenery, with the majority of it in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Check out the dog friendly Mynydd Hiraethog and Denbigh Moors Footpath Network, the North Wales Path and Offas Dyke Path, or the Edge of Wales Walk that runs along the top of the Llŷn Peninsula following pilgrim’s routes towards Bardsey Island.
Snowdonia is an excellent destination for hiking and outdoor holidays for dogs and their owners thanks to its beautiful coastal scenery, particularly on the Llŷn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline. Popular and dog friendly seaside towns include Llandudno, Abersoch and Barmouth and there's a wide range of accommodation where dogs are welcome.