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Dog-friendly Wales, 2 Dogs & Rural

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    A traditional British inn overlooking the sweeping Conwy Estuary, The Groes Inn is an independent rustic hotel and restaurant with stunning views, award-winning dining, a well-groomed bar and 14 handsome bedrooms.
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    Set in 80 acres of lush Welsh hills and woodland, Red Kite Barn is an unusual property with its sleeping and washing on the ground floor, and a light, spacious living area on the first floor. Three bedrooms sleep up to six people.
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    Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park in a beautiful location with valley and sea views, these semi-detached barn conversions have been sympathetically converted and restored to retain character and charm. Located on a working farm, it is an ideal holiday base to explore some of the best beaches in Wales…
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    Tastefully decorated throughout, Coeden Afal is one of a terraced row of three properties, each bursting with character including original stone walls and beams. The holiday cottages provide an ideal location from which to enjoy the sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire and the Gower, the latter renowned for being Britain…
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    Situated on the Llyn Peninsula, in a peaceful, rural location with views of the nearby Garn Fadryn mountain. These Grade ll listed, converted and beautifully refurbished barns still feature original beams and the wonderfully converted holiday farmhouses are set in an ideal location for walking and exploring beautiful…
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    Set on the edge of Abergynolwyn, a village that lies in the shadows of Cader Idris and situated between the popular seaside resort of Tywyn and market town Dolgellau, this beautiful detached barn conversion provides spacious accommodation, ideal for families wishing to enjoy the peace and tranquillity.
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    Situated in a peaceful location, this charming Welsh holiday cottage has been finished to a very good standard, making it a perfect base to tour the coastline of Ceredigion and mountains of mid Wales. Explore the nearby Brecon Beacons (AONB) and Brechfa Forest, offering breathtaking views, fantastic walks and bike…
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    Nestled down a quiet country lane near the coastal resort of Amroth, this detached, single-storey holiday cottage is situated on a working farm and provides a perfect getaway for a small family or couple looking for a relaxing retreat in the heart of Pembrokeshire.
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    A stylish barn conversion, adjoining another property, in the heart of a picturesque conservation village. The area is highly noted for wildlife and animal enthusiasts. There is a livery on the beach, and Talacre beach is an RSPB recommended watch area. Other attractions are St Asaph Cathedral, Bodelwyddan Castle, Offa…
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    These two Welsh country cottages were originally built as a barn and cottage in the 17th century. They have been carefully converted, combining their interesting features with comfort, and making good use of pretty cottage-style prints, soft furnishings and some antiques, in keeping with their period character.
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    Set on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, this holiday property is an annexe of the owner’s own home, situated in the quiet village of Mathry and a short drive from Pembrokeshire’s north coast and beaches. Nearby Porthgain Harbour is an almost undiscovered jewel of the country steeped in…
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    This converted holiday loft is situated just 2 miles from the coast and is nestled in a tranquil valley surrounded by 35 acres and the peaceful sounds of rural life. The first floor Coach House Loft has been sympathetically created within the Coach House, in the grounds of Dolgoy Farm which is believed to have…