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This ticks all the right boxes for us. A large and sprawly pub where kids with sandy feet, dogs, and people with appetites large and small are all made welcome.
Just the place to revive the spirits of a left-out hound after a visit to the nearby Centre for Alternative (no dogs) Technology.
A circular dog walk with great sea views and a cafe with wonderful home-made cakes when you return. There are no sheep on this walk, one stile, and some road walking on quiet country lanes.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one.
Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
A choice of walks through woodland, fields and a river path, within a delightful country park.
A quiet and tranquil space for dogs to romp and bound off-lead from the many paths which lead off the main Forestry Commission track.
When the tide's out this is a fun beach for dogs, with lots of scamper space and doggie swimming. The beach is divided into dog and no-dog zones, and the doggie zone is bigger.
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.
A traditional Welsh inn with enthusiastic owners adding a lot of TLC and commitment. Nice friendly welcome here for dogs and people.
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.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
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.