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OUR FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS

Bramble would like to welcome prospective four-legged friends to stay at her home. She will even leave a doggie welcome basket for their arrival.
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We have a couple of house rules for our k9 friends: no dogs on the beds or sofas, no dogs in the swimming pool, and humans must pick up after their dog in the gardens using a doggy waste bag before being placed in the outside bins.

We are sorry we can not welcome dogs that are not house trained or have accidents.

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Doggy rules

  • No dogs on the beds or furniture

  • Dogs must sleep downstairs

  • All dog waste must be picked up, bagged and placed in the outside bins. 

  • Please dry off dogs with a towel (dog towels provided) to remove water and sand before they relax on the rugs and carpets!

  • Dogs must be under control when near the cattle in our neighbouring fields

  • A dog must not enter the pool enclosure or pool under any circumstance. If you are staying with dogs, please ensure the pool door is closed at all times for their safety.

  • Dog bowls of water and food must be placed in the kitchen, entrance or utility and not on carpet or sitting room floor.

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Dog-Friendly Beaches

We have several stunning dog-friendly beaches here on the Llyn Peninsula. Here is our brief guide to our local beaches where you can enjoy the sand and waves.

  1. ABERERCH BEACH & AFON WEN: Mix of sand and shingle, and the quiet, rural beach curves around a bay and slopes gently into the water. The Afon Wen (River Wen) and the Afon Dwyfor enter the sea in the bay. 

  2. PWLLHELI SOUTH BEACH: A shingle beach stretching from Gimblet Rock along the promenade and towards Llanbedrog.PWLLHELI GLAN-Y-MOR: Located at the back of the marina, starting off a little muddy around the harbour but soon becoming sandy and running for three miles all the way to the Penychain headland. Dogs are not allowed on a small section of the beach in front of the promenade from 1st April to 30th September. The rest of the beach is dog-friendly all year.

  3. LLANBEDROG BEACH: A National trust beach with a large car park also has a range of amenities that make it easy to use. A dog-friendly beach cafe as well as disabled access and toilets. One of the signature features of Llanbedrog is its colourful seaside beach huts dotted along the coastline.

  4. ABERSOCH BEACH: This is a beautiful sandy beach with colourful beach huts. There is a dog ban on the northern part of the beach from the jetty by the car park to the river mouth. This is in force between 1st April and 30th September; the rest of the beach is dog friendly all year.

  5. CRICCIETH BEACH: There is a seasonal dog ban on most of the beaches in Criccieth between 1st April and 30th September. However, there is a long stretch of dog-friendly beach at the eastern end of the beach, beyond the car park and Dylans (also Dog Friendly!).

  6. WHISTLING SANDS: For our winter guests, Wishisting Sands beach is spectacular. Dog not allowed on this beach in the summer months between 1st April & 30th September.

For more information on the many beautiful beaches local to us here at Ysgubor Degwm check out our guide here.

 
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Dog-Friendly Pubs and Eateries

We have several dog-friendly eateries here on the Llyn Peninsula. Here is our brief guide to our local businesses where you can enjoy drinks or a bite to eat together.

  1. MADRYN ARMS: Our local pub is located in Chwilog and is open for food and drink 7 days a week. 

  2. DYLANS (CRICCIETH): Dylands in Criccieth is a local institution. 

  3. LLANBEDROG BEACH CAFE:  A dog-friendly beach cafe as well as disabled access and toilets. One of the signature features of Llanbedrog is its colourful seaside beach huts dotted along the coastline.

 

For more information on the many pubs and eateries local to us here at Ysgubor Degwm check out our guide here.