Old Colwyn Beach is found in Colwyn Bay and it has a lot to offer its visitors. The beach itself is glorious, a long stretch of golden sands that is backed by a promenade. Car parking is great, just up from the beach, and the promenade offers plenty of seating and eating opportunities. Dog walkers will love it here as well, as the beach is 100% dog friendly. This means your canine friends can enjoy the beach at any time of day or year.
There are a number of good restaurants and cafés a short walk from the beach, as well as all the facilities of Colwyn proper.
If you are looking for activities, look no further – here, you will find the chance to try your hand at canoeing, kayaking, swimming and even wind surfing. There’s also good sea fishing to be had here.
And if you prefer to get close to nature, you’re covered here too. Plenty of seabirds and waders can be spotted here, as well as the occasional dolphin and seal in the sea. For a longer walk, follow the nature trail through the Fairy Glen nature reserve, where you will see lots of wild flowers and a nice waterfall.
Located on Colwyn Bay, this beach is known as 'Old Colwyn'. It is easy to find and with parking alongside the beach, it is perfect for popping your sandy doggies back in the car after a long run around.
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The most popular inland resort in North Wales, partly due to its convenience as a location but mostly thanks to its beauty and splendour. A lot of the village dates back to the Victorians, and their influence still abounds in the buildings. Surrounded by the dense forestry and imposing mountains of the region, Betws-y-Coed feels pleasantly out of the way.
Prestatyn Ffrith Beach is a perfect example North Wales’ best sandy beaches. The beach is really long, making it nice for a lengthy stroll with a dog, especially as it is entirely dog friendly, meaning canines are welcome on the beach all year round.
Ynys y Fydlyn – or Fydlyn Beach in English – is a secluded little beach that you can find sheltered among the rocky islets of the north western corner of the Isle of Anglesey. It rarely receives a great number of visitors, perhaps because it is rather tricky to find if you’re not looking for it. If you do want to visit, go via the coastal path from Holyhead and the way will soon become apparent.
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!
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.
Base yourself in the Caernarfon area to explore this historic castle town and the Snowdonia area. The Welsh Highland Railway starts from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, a great way to see the countryside. The Llyn Peninsula is also easily accessible. Find a your holiday cottage here.