Pet Friendly Glamping Holidays Wales
You'll soon fall in woof with Wales as a perfect pooch destination, with it's dog friendly attractions, Snowdonia national park, Welsh wildlife centre, castle grounds and those all important dog friendly pubs. Our selection of pet friendly glamping will give you the pawfect base to explore this lush country.
- Llandrindod Wells, WalesWellan is a pod sat in the heart of the Powys countryside on the owners’ working farm, with great views over the open countryside and the stream running past the property. The pod is all open plan and the seating area converts into two double beds. The pod has a private shower room which is located approx 30 yards from the property. There are patio doors leading to a decked area which overlooks the countryside, a perfect place for enjoying the evening sun whilst sipping something cool. Horse riding is available on site. This is a great place for those wanting to explore the area, whether it be on foot or bicycle. Radnor Forest and the Elan Valley are both nearby and offer spectacular views, and routes that can be walked or cycled. The owners have a horse riding school which is a short walk from the pods, where guests can book lessons. There is also the pet sheep and shetland ponies for the children to see and feed. Shop, pub and restaurant 4 miles.
Wellan can be booked together with Aran (UK30412) to accommodate up to 8 guests.£71From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Tenby, WalesHafan Fach is a sweet, wooden pod is ideally positioned to discover a gorgeous stretch of Pembrokeshire coastline including a variety of fabulous beauty spots and glorious sandy beaches. The pristine, pine-clad pod has a comfortable sleeping space and is beautifully appointed with all the basics you will need for a lovely holiday. The en-suite bathroom includes a full flushing toilet, sink and hot shower. There is a kitchenette with a kettle and a toaster and the main living space is equipped with a sumptuous double bed perfect for a cosy couple, a comfy sofa to snuggle up and watch a DVD on the flat screen TV, as well as a table and chairs, which also fold away to create more space if required. Outside there is an electric heated hot tub, offers a warming sanctuary to relax and enjoy some marvellous countryside views towards the South Pembrokeshire coast.
The stars shine brightly on a clear night with little in the way of light pollution, while in the day the cliffs of Freshwater East can be glimpsed in the distance. The charming pod offers a great spot to set out and explore this popular holiday destination offering a multitude of mesmerising walks and gorgeous sandy beaches including Barafundle Bay, consistently voted as one of UK’s best beaches. Indulge in a touch of history with a trip to Pembroke or Carew Castle - only a short ride away - or take a lovely stroll around the beautiful Bosherton Lily Ponds, just around the corner.
Just 3 miles away is the magnificent medieval Pembroke Castle which dominates the entrance to Pembroke town. It is an impressive building which is every schoolchild’s dream of what a castle should be. The castle is the birthplace of Henry Tudor and an ideal place to explore and enjoy picnics or one of the many events such as historic re-enactments and music festivals. Boat trips can be arranged along the stunning Cleddau estuary, while stop-offs to the historical Stackpole Quay are easily accessible from this wonderful glamping destination.
Hafan Fach (QU7140) can be booked together with Hafan Fach Cottage (UK40435) to accommodate up to 7 guests.£131From price per night based on 7 night stay