Your dog will love a cottage holiday in Llandudno
If you want to enjoy the best of North Wales’ coast and countryside, be sure to check out our dog-friendly cottages in Llandudno. You’ll find yourself within a stick’s throw of some of the area’s best beaches and there are some fantastic, wide-open spaces that are sure to get every tail wagging!
Llandudno has a blossoming dining scene and you’ll find some excellent pubs and restaurants, where your four-pawed pal will be just as welcome as you are! The Irish Bar on Mostyn Street even has its own doggie menu, while The Snowdon, Llandudno’s oldest pub, offers a warm welcome to well-behaved pooches. Book one of our dog-friendly cottages in Llandudno and you can treat yourself and your canine companion to some of the best evenings out in the area.
Pop across the River Conwy to visit one of North Wales’ best dog-friendly beaches: Conwy Morfa Beach. Just 15 minutes’ drive from Llandudno, it offers plenty of sand for digging in, and the tempting waves of the Irish Sea might prove too much to resist! Other dog-friendly beaches include Llandudno North Shore, Llandudno West, Colwyn Bay and the appropriately-named Barkby Beach. Some of these have seasonal restrictions, so it’s worth checking out their websites before you say ‘walkies’!
Dog-friendly things to do
It’s not just walks in the park; take a break to Llandudno and you’ll find everything from beaches and mountains to historic sites and festivals, where your dog is more than welcome. If you’ve never been before, we’ve put together a list of some of our favourites to help you make the most of your time:
Conwy Beer Festival
Book your holiday in June and you could find yourself soaking up the sights, sounds, smells and beers on offer at the Conwy Beer Festival. With funfair rides, live music, sizzling food and plenty of beer, it’s a real family affair and dogs on leads are welcome.
If you’re a lover of the Great Outdoors and you and your dog are fighting fit, then why not pit yourself against the challenges of Mount Snowdon? There are various routes and paths, which can take anywhere between five and seven hours. While this isn’t for the faint-hearted, the views alone are worth the effort. Do keep an eye on the weather, though, which can change in just a few minutes this high up.
The Great Orme Tramway
Step back in time with a visit to Llandudno’s very own funicular tramway! Whether you want to explore the wilds of the Great Orme Country Park, marvel at an Iron Age fort or check out a church built in the 6th Century, this is a unique and exciting way for you and your dog to travel! Hop on at the bottom and choose from a number of stop-offs before you reach the summit.