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A lovely introduction to the coast path with the chance to scramble down onto a 'private' beach. Plus a couple of friendly dog-friendly pubs and cafes at your half-way point.
A traditional Welsh inn with enthusiastic owners adding a lot of TLC and commitment. Nice friendly welcome here for dogs and people.
Dog-friendly pub with a generous car park and easy access to the coast path for a long walk with the dog.
Award-winning dining pub with a relaxed atmosphere and estuary views.
A very good dog friendly restaurant within the dog friendly garden centre. Food is exceptional and the restaurant has won several awards but is very good value for money. Well worth a visit.
Dog friendly pub in Borth. Worth a visit after a long walk on the beach. The best thing is the outside seating area which leads straight on to the beach.
A welcoming pub that really is at the heart of the community. There's lots going on, and locals and holiday-makers get along just fine. Respect to the landlord here for creating the energy.
Atmospheric ruins of the abbey are perfect for a picnic break, short dog walk, or a ponder on the many and vaied saints of Wales.
An inn with a large car park, easy to spot from the main road and well placed for a break on your journey. As travellers have been doing for centuries.
Let's be a bit brutal here, the outside of the pub looks like a bunker. But inside you'll find a warm welcome in a spotlessly clean dog-friendly bar.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Aberaeron has become a bit of a foodie haven, with dogs banned from the smart gastro dineries.