Tremadog is often referred to as “the gateway to Snowdonia” due to its location – you can find it right on the outskirts of the picturesque Snowdonia National Park. There are so many fantastic walks to be had and sights to be seen around here; it makes for the perfect base for further explorations, with or without a four legged friend at your side.
Once you’ve spent your day hiking up the sides of mountains and walking alongside tranquil lakes, you’ll be wanting a bit of a sit down, as well as a bite to eat and a little something to quench your thirst. Come back to Tremadog and visit the Union Inn – they have everything you need, and they are happy to let dogs in to enjoy the warmth, provided they’re on their best behaviour!
The Union Inn is a family run establishment, dating back to the 1800s. It is a traditional pub with a roaring fireplace you can enjoy, with a restaurant as well as a bar, serving up hearty classics such as homemade steak and ale pie and Welsh lamb’s liver with bacon. The food is all made using locally-sourced produce, so you can enjoy an authentic taste of Wales. Find them at: http://www.union-inn.com/
Found on the outskirts of the Snowdonia National Park, this pub is located in the rural town of Tremadog. Parking is available at the pub.
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Sometimes called the Welsh Riviera, the village was designed and built by the famed architect, Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis. The design was reportedly based on the Italian fishing village of Portofino, which Williams-Ellis had visited and fallen in love with, saying “its image remained with me as an almost perfect example of the man-made adornment and use of an exquisite site”.
This little walk won’t take you very long at all, coming in at a leisurely two miles in length. What it lacks in duration, however, it more than makes up for in the views department, taking you through a lovely part of the country.
Base yourself in a holiday cottage in the Porthmadog area and you can easily explore the surrounding area of Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula. There's plenty to do and see in every direction from beautiful scenery to famous attractions and activities including Port Meirion and the Welsh & Highland steam Railways.
Portmeirion is a place you have to visit during your stay in North Wales. In the beautiful location of the Dwyrd Estuary the Architect Clough Willimas-Ellis created an Italianate Village. This wonderful backdrop was used as the film set for the series "The Prisoner" and is now the site of Festival Number 6 (first week in September each year). Also in the area is the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways and the location gives easy access to the Llyn Peninsula and the Snowdonia National Park.
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!