Dog Friendly Holidays
Days out for you and your dog
If you fancy a day out with your pooch then here are just a few ideas of activities that you can both enjoy. You can also check out Visit Mid-Wales for more dog-friendly activities.
If you’re coming on holiday with your four legged friend then there are plenty of walks in the area for you and your dog – check out our Walking Holidays page for more details.
We also asked our hound Rustin for his top walkies tip and he says you can’t go wrong with a trip to Aberdyfi beach. With dunes to explore and miles of sandy beach to run on all year round it’s a real dog winner!
Centre For Alternative Technology
Dogs are welcome on a lead for free at the Centre For Alternative Technology (CAT). And, when they’ve finished learning about renewable energy and eco living, you can all go for a walk in their sustainably managed woodlands.
CAT is near Machynlleth – find out more.
Tal Y Llyn Railway
Our favourite local steam railway is also a favourite with dogs. After all, what’s not to love about a gentle train ride through the glorious mid-Wales countryside with the promise of an exciting walk at Dolgoch falls at the end.
You can board the train at Tywyn or Abergynolwyn – find out more.
Cambrian Coast Railway
Dogs are allowed on the local train service. You can join at Machynlleth or Aberdyfi and head to Barmouth, Harlech or Pwllheli.
You’ll enjoy one of Britain’s most scenic railway journeys, whilst your furry friend looks forward to the adventures at the end of the line. Find out more about the Cambrian Line.
Silver Mountain Experience
History, myth, and legend collide at the Silver Mountain Experience and it’s a fantastic day out for the whole family.
Dogs, with their well-behaved owners, are welcome at the surface attractions only. They must be kept on the lead and under control at all times.
The Silver Mountain Experience is near Aberystwyth – find out more.