Explore abundant green spaces, enchanting forests and wonderful waterways
Discover the delights of Cheshire, North Wales and South Wales on our six night fido-friendly road trip. You and your best furry friend will love exploring the gorgeous Cheshire, before continuing on to the majestic mountains and hills of North Wales, and finally to the gorgeous towns and vast sandy beaches, woods and headlands of South Wales.
Let our expert Travel Concierge tailor a doggie road trip to your exact requirements, with wonderful dog-welcoming places to stay along the way, just for you and your best furry friend.
Be sure to book these regions well in advance, as Cheshire and Wales are fast becoming summer doggie staycay hot spots.
Cheshire to North Wales: 1 hour 30 minutes (74.3 mi)
North Wales to South Wales: 3 hours 20 minutes (150.5 mi)
From £1,515 for two adults and one dog*
Inclusions subject to package availability, please speak to your dedicated Pet Concierge for full inclusions.
Set out below is our suggested six-night night itinerary, enabling you to explore dog-friendly Cheshire and Wales.
Start your adventure in Cheshire - renowned for its open green spaces, sweeping viewpoints, vibrant towns and villages and the historic city of Chester.
Then, continue on to North Wales stopping off at pretty villages like Betws y Coed, admiring the majestic mountains of Snowdonia, and staying a few nights at a luxury hotel with a fabulous mountain backdrop.
Finally, make your way to South Wales for two nights’ stay at one of our dog-friendly hotels close to the wonderful beaches of Pembrokeshire and the Gower Peninsula, as well as dog-friendly towns like St Davids with its iconic cathedral to explore.
Destination One - Cheshire (Two nights)
Start your doggie road trip staying at the Grosvenor Pulford, a luxury spa hotel that is super dog-friendly, close to Grosvenor Park on the River Dee. Here, you can enjoy fabulous walks as well as dog-friendly boat trips with a trip to the historic Beeston Castle with its 40-acre woodland parkland.
Destination Two - North Wales (Two nights)
Stay at the luxurious Pale Hall Hotel, a delightful country house hotel set in a fabulously remote location in the Dee Valley. With an idyllic woodland garden for your dog to play in and the spectacular Snowdonia National Park on the doorstep, it's the perfect doggie destination.
Destination Three - South Wales (Two nights)
For your final two nights, stay at the Llys Meddyg, a charming dog-welcoming coaching Inn in the lovely coastal town of Newport. Being close to a number of beautiful beaches and headlands, rivers, woods and mountains, it's a real dog lover’s paradise.
Discover the historic Cholmondeley Castle Gardens and Beeston Castle, explore the wonderful parklands at Tatton Park, take a stroll through the picturesque Brereton Heath Nature Park, or enjoy a sight-seeing boat trip on the River Dee.
In North Wales
Go hiking in the spectacular Snowdonia, treck across the dramatic North Wales coastal path, potter across the golden sands of Harlech Beach, or visit the dog-friendly Bala Lake Railway. Explore the charming village of Betwys-y-Coed - labelled the gateaway to Snowdonia.
In South Wales
Experience the stunning natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons with its spectacular waterfalls. Coastal canines will love Pembrokeshire, home to gorgeous, dune backed sandy beachs at Newport sands and St Davids; part of the fabulous Pembrokeshire Coast Path National trail.
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