The largest county in Wales, Powys extends from Southern Snowdonia, to the Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. It has a wealth of dog-friendly places to visit like the Black Mountains which comprises the Brecon Beacons National Park and Hay-on-Wye - with masses of dog walking opportunities plus stunning scenery.

There are plenty of walks and trails for you and your pet to navigate. We recommend the Wye Valley Walk - the 136 mile walk criss-crosses the lower border between Wales and England through stunning scenery. At PetsPyjamas we have plenty of dog-friendly hotels in Wales including the fabulous beaches of Pembrokeshire as well as Gwynedd.

Dog-friendly Powys Hotels

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    Built in 1896, The Metropole Hotel & Spa was originally the largest hotel in Wales upon completion. Still privately owned by the same family who founded the hotel, The Metropole remains the highest AA rated hotel in Mid Wales. The versatile accommodation offers a pleasing blend of old and new influences.
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    An elegant luxury country retreat, The Lake Country House Hotel & Spa enjoys a beautiful rural setting in the mid Wales Countryside. With a long standing reputation for excellence, the hotel offers a wonderfully calm atmosphere, courteous service and the utmost in comfort.
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    A real Welsh pub with rooms, The Nags Head offers that ever-desired authentic experience and delivers it to a T. Set in the picturesque Welsh village of Garthmyl, The Nags Head pub is full of tradition, with genuine hospitality, exceptional gastro-pub food and locally brewed cask ales, while the rooms offer a soothing…
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