<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_june_week3.jpg" alt="Dog-friendly holiday properties of the week" /></p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; a cute cottage in North Wales, beautiful dog-friendly lodges in Shropshire, a self-catering country house within the Snowdonia National Park, and beautiful tipis in Pembrokeshire.</p>
The Barn at Nant Llwyd – Camarthanshire
The beautifully converted barn, situated just half a mile from the Brechfa Forest trails, has been carefully designed with dog walkers, cyclists and nature lovers in mind.
The spacious accommodation sleeps four, with two en-suite bathrooms, and a bright, open kitchen/dining and sitting room where you (and your dogs) can relax with the wood burner blazing after a day's exploring.
They have Sky Sports and a Wi-Fi connection to keep you in touch, and an enclosed garden with terrace. There is easy access to several beautiful beaches, tourist attractions, and miles of stunning footpaths with panoramic views.
Seascape and Redgate Cottages – Northumberland
Stone built double-fronted cottage offering stunning views of the many local beaches, Coquet Island and light house. The cottage sleeps up to six people, having two double bedrooms and a twin room. The cottage has been furnished to the highest standard with everything you’ll need to make your stay both a comfortable and unforgettable experience. An ideal base to explore the many local attractions of Northumberland, including Alnwick, Seahouses, Bamborough and Lindisfarne (Holy Island).
Also available, Redgate Cottage with views towards a sheltered beach, harbour, estuary and Warkworth Castle, it is ideally located and is only a short walk from the shops, pubs and restaurants. The cottage sleeps four people with comfort, the master bedroom has a double bed, the second bedroom consists of two single beds. Redgate offers perfect accommodation for exploring Northumbria whatever the time of year.
Families and dogs very welcome, all of Northumbria’s beaches are dog-friendly and the majority of pubs in the local area allow dogs.
Bryn Hyfryd – North Wales
In a quiet location on the edge of the village, Bryn Hyfryd has one double bedroom, open plan living room/kitchen, shower room and conservatory, all on one level. Central heating, TV, Freeview and Wi Fi are all included. Outside there is a verandah looking across to the LLeyn Peninsula and Snowdonia and a large garden and enclosed paddock.
Dogs are welcome and the paddock is ideal for a quick run, while nearby beaches offer plenty of space for even the most energetic pooch. There is always a warm welcome at Bryn Hyfryd.
River Steam Holidays – Shropshire
Six cottages and lodges offering beautiful and comfortable accommodation, sleeping two to eight plus people. All are equipped with TV and DVD players and all but one have internet access. Bed linen and towels are included as well as gas and electric.
The properties are situated just below the village of Highley nestled in the Severn valley between the river Severn and the Severn valley steam railway (30 yards from both). They all have beautiful clear views over the river and the valley. Perfect for people who want to get away from it all for some peace and quiet. With no main roads or industry any where near by.
All properties are family and dog-friendly.
Bryngwin Country House and Cottages – North Wales
Brynygwin Self Catering Country House & Cottages could hardly be better located. Safely within the Snowdonia National Park, it enjoys a completely rural setting with five acres of mature informal garden full of colourful shrubs and fine trees, fields to either side, 15 acres of woodland above, and a river for fishing just across the little road hidden below.
Brynygwin proves designer-suited for holidays away from modernity, rush and noise. Cars can park alongside their accommodation. Children and dogs can be safe in the enclosed cottage gardens, or free in the wider grounds. Wildlife lovers can enjoy birds, bats, badgers, and wild flowers. Fishermen can use the 100 metres of private riverbank and free permit to all the Dolgellau Angling Association waters. Walkers can set out in any direction with one of the many guidesheets provided. Mountain-bikers, narrow-gauge railway riders and castle connoisseurs find themselves ringed round with choice for their chosen pursuits.
The Coppermines and Lakes Cottages - Cumbria
Winners of the Trip Advisor 'Hall of Fame Award 2015' they are based in the heart of the pretty Coniston village. They pride themselves on knowing each one of their properties inside and out, meaning they can always give you, as the guest, honest and reliable information.
From secluded mountain cottages for the ultimate escape, to snug village cottages designed for two, at The Coppermines they have something to suit all needs and desires.
And as a pet friendly company (their office dog Ziggie would agree), the majority of their cottages are pet friendly. They know that no trip to the Lake District is complete without a man (or woman’s) best friend to assist you on the fells, and they wouldn’t want your four-legged pals to miss out.
Hill Fort Tipis and Caravan site Holidays - Pembrokeshire
There is not a better place to relax and get away from the stress of urban life! As well as the tipis, they offer stays in their bell tents and have spacious camping pitches for your own tent or camper van. You can also take advantage of our Log Fired Hot Tub during your stay.
Set on a peaceful 30-acres family friendly site, the beautiful Tipis are discreetly sited below the spectacular outcrop of Garn Fawr, overlooking Strumble head.
The peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire countryside surrounding the Tipis provides the perfect setting for a relaxed and stress-free holidays. Pembrokeshire has also got a lot to offer in terms of sight seeing, from castles to beaches to art galleries to horse riding.