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Dog-friendly Wales, 3 Dogs & WiFi

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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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    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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    Last Barn is a beautiful conversion of a traditional Welsh barn in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Situated at the end of a private lane, in a hamlet on the Castlemartin Peninsula. The award-winning beaches of Barafundle and Broadhaven South, part of the NT Stackpole Estate, are 2 miles. The beach of Freshwater…
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    This stunning, detached, oak-framed barn conversion is nestled overlooking the wonderful Powys countryside. The barn has been lovingly converted to provide spacious holiday accommodation and is set in expansive gardens from where you can enjoy the views and watch the red kites and buzzards whilst relaxing in the hot…
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    This large semi-detached house over three floors has the main living area on the first floor, with a large balcony off the large living room from which you can enjoy the views across Trearddur Bay’s Blue Flag beach. With the beach just yards from the rear of the property, through the garden gate, there are plenty…
    Green Meadow is a stunning detached property dramatically perched on the banks of the River Teifi, famous for its coracle fishing for salmon (which can still be seen to this day). It is set within the small hamlet of St Dogmaels, with its beautiful, historic ruins of St Dogmaels’ medieval Tironensian Benedictine…
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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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    Nestling peacefully in the charming village of Mathry with its Welsh pub and tea room, this traditional Pembrokeshire long barn has been converted to a very good standard, and lies just a stone’s throw away from the delightful Abermawr Bay. Swallows Lodge, originally built in 1650, offers comfort and space, and…
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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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    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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    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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    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…