Conwy Morfa Beach is a large expanse of golden sands, a big, sandy bay that becomes larger and larger as the tide goes out, until it links up with the rest of the beaches around Conwy Bay. It is one of the many beaches of Clwyd that are completely dog friendly – that is, you and your dogs can enjoy the entirety of the beach, at all times of the year.
The waters of Conwy Morfa Beach are of excellent quality, making them perfect for a swim or a splash about with the family. While the dogs are living it up, you can enjoy a spot of fishing – it’s a great destination for it. Bird watching opportunities here are good, too.
There’s also a marina on the beach, and a golf course just next door. The sands are good, making this the ideal family destination; sand castles will come out magnificently!
The historic town of Conwy is also very close by, meaning there are plenty of shops and cafés for you to enjoy, all just a short walk away. And you can’t leave Conwy before paying the imposing castle a visit, where the dog is welcome, too.
As the name may give away, the Conwy Morfa is located within Conwy Bay. Roadside parking is available, so after a long walk with your dog, hop in the car and off you go!
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Conwy Castle is easily the most spectacular of all the castles in North Wales (and cost the most to build, too!). The castle was built for Edward I by Master James of St George, and is one of the most impressive surviving medieval fortifications in Britain.
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This large area of country side streches from the Conwy Valley towards Chester. Almost entirely countryside, many of the cottages have wonderful views across green fields, hills and woodland. Find something to suit you...
Enjoy everything Conwy has to offer by staying in a cottage in and around the town or Conwy Marina. Attractions include Conwy Castle, the town walls, Plas Mawr Elizabethan House, The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art, pleasure cruises and a wide range of shops and restaurants.
All of these cottages accept pets so all the family can come on holiday together. North Wales is a great place for dogs with plenty of open space if needed. There's no extra charge either!