March 6, 2019
By Beacon_PR

It’s a dog’s life says Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

For families with dogs keen to source a truly pet-friendly property for their annual holiday, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting its dog-friendly website – www.thewoofguide.com – which is a valuable resource for families planning a stress-free break with their pooch.

The website features cottages which are genuinely happy to accept dogs – and goes the ‘extra mile’ to welcome them – and lists them for their suitability for five categories of pet ranging from pups to pensioners. Details of beaches where dogs are welcome, walking route suggestions and restaurants where four-legged friends are well-received are also provided.

Pets – and their owners – are assured of a warm welcome at Willowcot Cottage (sleeping two) where dogs are greeted with their own ‘hamper’ of treats, towels and blankets and their owners  with wine, Welsh cakes and chocolates!

This cosy property – situated in the village of Talbenny in the Pembrokeshire National Park – has the all-important enclosed garden and for water loving dogs the nearby beach at Broad Haven has a dog friendly area to explore whatever the time of year.  A seven-night holiday in April starts at £480, rising to £750 in peak season.

Another pet-friendly property is Arch Barn, a former granary situated in rolling countryside in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and only three miles from Barafundle Bay which welcomes dogs year-round.  The area is criss-crossed with footpaths and a walk of around one mile leads to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  This smart property sleeps six in three bedrooms and is full of character with beams and a log burning stove.  Dogs are provided with their own little goodie box complete with treats, bowls and towels.  A week at the end of April is priced at £710, rising to £1329 in peak season.

The above cottages both accept two pets at a cost of £10 each.

Reservations:  01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

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