Pet Friendly Cottages in Tenby

Those wanting to take a holiday in Pembrokeshire with a faithful companion can do so with our range of pet friendly cottages in Tenby. Making the perfect base for exploring the colourful and characterful town, guests will also be able to return to a comfortable home from home, with our range containing cottages available with woodburners and hot tubs.

Beachside is a sleep 2 apartment on the ground floor of the Croft Court development, this overlooks the beautiful North Beach and at this property one dog is now welcome. North Beach does have dog restrictions imposed between 1st May and the 30th September each year, however Penally beach - an extension of South Beach does allow dogs throughout the year. This beach is sandy/shingle and backed by dunes, from here you can join the coastal path to Lydstep for a refreshing walk over the cliff tops. The scenery is simply stunning and your dog will certainly enjoy the exercise. Take a stroll into Tenby to The Hope & Anchor which allows dogs upstairs in the family room if the weather is not too good. Although on a lovely sunny afternoon you can sit in the beer garden and watch the families walking down to the beach and harbour.

Ogunquit is just a short stroll into Tenby town centre and accepts 2 dogs. This lovely family home is an ideal base, park up the car in the pay & display car park located on Gas Lane, North Beach where a weekly ticket can be purchased. Ogunquit enjoys a small outside patio area for an alfresco meal or a chilled glass of wine. Just a short walk from the property is The Evergreen pub which allows dogs inside and outside.

Woodbine Cottage and Ashford Villa are both larger properties sleeping 8 people and 2 dogs are accepted at both. These properties are both close to the town centre to enjoy all the amenities. The Normandie pub allows dogs both in its beer garden and in one of their bars, good food is served here too. There is also The Buccanneer, The Lifeboat Tavern and The Coach and Horses so you will be able to go out for a meal with your dogs too.

The Castle Beach does allow dogs but on leads to allow visitors to board boat trips which generally go from here. A great trip with the dog (which has to be on its best behaviour and on a lead) - if they have sea legs is over to Caldey Island (20 minutes crossing), home of the Cistercian Monks. Take a look around Caldey Abbey, its Post Office and museum and then stop off in the tearooms before purchasing chocolates and perfumes made by the monks.

Tenby is a lovely town, enjoyed by families and their dogs!

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