Look no further!
At FBM Holidays you don’t need to worry about leaving your pet at home as we have a plethora of properties that accept pets. If you are looking for an apartment by the sea, a cottage in the countryside, a farm house, chalets or lodges you have come to the right place. With properties in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire & The Gower, FBM Holidays have the perfect holiday for the whole family.
You don’t need an excuse for walking the beautiful coastal paths or the lovely sandy beaches when you visit West Wales, but having a dog certainly does help.
Take a walk along the beautiful sandy beaches, explore the coastal and woodland paths, go for a dip in the glistening sea, all things you and your pet will love.
Why not have a super fun day out on the Voyages of Discovery - specialising in fully guided voyages around Pembrokeshire islands and offshore whale and dolphin watching? Dogs to be kept on leads.
Take the whole family to the Welsh Wildlife Centre – The Welsh Wildlife Centre in the Teifi Marshes is one of the best places in Britain to see rare species. Otters, water voles and a spectacular array of birds, all make their home at the wildlife centre. Pets welcome.
With so many beautiful beaches in Wales, here is a list of pet friendly beaches all year round.
Manorbier, Freshwater East, Stackpole Quay, Barafundle Bay, Broad Haven South, Freshwater West, Gelliswick, West Angle, Sandy Haven, West Dale, Marloes Sands, Martins Haven, Musselwick Sands, St Brides Haven, Nolton Haven, Solva, Caerfai Bay, Porrthclais, Porthgain, Aberbach, Goodwick Sands, Newport Parrog, Newport Sands, Pwll Du, Pobbles, Mumbles (as far as lighthouse) Rhossili Bay, and Llangennith.
Finding pet friendly holidays can be a time consuming task , that’s why FBM Holidays have written this helpful, dog friendly website.
FBM Holidays have specially reviewed the holiday cottages, gardens, local attractions and events and beaches that welcome pets to make your stay with us as enjoyable for your pet as it is for you.
For more information contact our office on 01834844565 and our knowledgeable booking staff can give you some advice on bringing your pet to Wales.
Don’t forget to check the link to Pet Rules “On holiday with your pet, requirements and suggestions.”
Historic opportunity for dogs in Wales (Thanks to Cadw for the following information.)
Did you know…?
Gelert, the legendary hound of Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, is credited with giving Beddgelert (Gelert’s grave) in Snowdonia its name.
One of the six crests – the one representing Wales – borne by Richard III, depicts a golden cradle and a silver greyhound.
Possibly the most famous Welsh terrier in the world was Charlie, President John F Kennedy’s loyal dog.
As a nation, Wales is passionate about its history. It also has a soft spot for dogs and from 1 April 2009, Cadw, the Welsh Assembly Government’s historic environment service, will welcome dogs on leads at a number of its historic sites across Wales.
Initially, seventeen sites have been chosen, to include, Blaenavon Ironworks, Caerleon Roman Amphitheatre, Caerphilly Castle, Raglan Castle and Caerwent Roman Town in south-east Wales; Oxwich Castle, Cilgerran Castle, Lamphey Bishop’s Palace and St Davids Bishop’s Palace in south-west Wales; Strata Florida Abbey in mid-Wales; Denbigh Castle, Basingwerk Abbey, Ewloe Castle, Rhuddlan Castle, and Valle Crucis Abbey in north-east Wales and Castell y Bere and Dolbadarn Castle in north-west Wales.
Before setting off on a heritage-packed day trip with a dog it is advised to first check Cadw’s website and look out for the words ‘dogs welcome’ next to the site to be visited. Assistance dogs and their owners have access to all Cadw monuments without restriction. However, some areas such as spiral staircases, castle ramparts and exhibition areas will be out of bounds for the safety of four and two-legged visitors.
Clarissa Baldwin, Chief Executive of Dogs Trust, added, ‘Dogs Trust is delighted by the introduction of seventeen dog-friendly Cadw sites around the country.
‘This is fantastic news for our supporters and for all dog owners, who will now be able to enjoy Cadw’s wonderful heritage attractions along with their four-legged friends. We look forward to even more Cadw attractions opening their doors to dogs in the future.’