Three of our cottages at Valley View are dog friendly. We may be biased but we think this is the perfect place to holiday with your pooch and here’s why.
Each cottage has its own enclosed garden, so you can let your dog out into a secure area. The communal gardens of over an acre are the perfect place for a wander around with your dog for a quick blast of fresh air. (Dog poo bin provided!) We are ½ mile from the nearest road so your dog will be safe even if he or she slips the lead or jumps the fence.
There is a separate enclosed garden for each cottage.
Inside the cottage the ground floor has hard floor coverings and the sofas are leather, so it’s easy to keep clean no matter how dirty your dog gets. We provide an outdoor dog wash hose for those really muddy walks (we also have a box of clean dog towels if you forget yours or run out). We provide stair gates to prevent your dog sneaking off to the bedroom so you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
As you can see. Clean, comfortable living rooms.
There is direct access to a public footpath from Valley View connecting to a network of paths in beautiful, unspoilt Welsh countryside – no need to get in the car to go for a walk. Out and about, North Pembrokeshire is a walker’s heaven. As well as being close to the famed Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the Ceredigion Coastal Path, the Preseli Mountains are a short drive away or you can stay even closer to home and walk along the Tefi River or visit Ffynnone falls.
Our dog Milo enjoying the view.
The Teifi estuary from the coastal path.
The stunning Preseli mountains.
Most (if not all) the pubs in the area are dog friendly. Here is a small selection of pubs close by that definitely are, all serve food.
White Hart Cenarth. (also a take away)
Three Horseshoes Cenarth.