Walk: Barmouth Beach
Soak in the picturesque harbour of Barmouth Beach with your furry companion. Dogs are allowed to roam around the two miles of unbroken, golden sands between October and March.
Walk: Llanberis Path, Snowdon
Conquer Mount Snowdon with your best friend by your side! Llanberis Path, is considered as one of the easier routes to the peak of Snowdon, running parallel to the railway. However, the climb is still around 9 miles, so maybe not ideal for tiny chihuahuas!
Walk: Coed y Brenin Forest Park
Head to the visitor centre for the start of one of three planned walks all varying in lengths and sights. Make the most of your stay at Coed y Brenin and have a picnic at one of the dedicated picnic spots. For more information click here.
Walk: Llyn Trawsfynydd
A beautiful man-made reservoir situated in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Take one of the many walking paths to admire the reservoir.
If you’re looking at exploring a new village, Penmaenpool is just a half hour drive away. With free public parking and toilets, Penmaenpool is a great place to join a number of walking routes including the Mawddach Way or Mawddach trail.
Ysgethin Inn Restaurant
A traditional Welsh pub with a historic past. The converted mill contains a dog-friendly dedicated section indoors as well as an outdoor seating area. Stop by for a traditional pub lunch or a cold drink.
An extremely dog-friendly bar in Barmouth Bay inspired by the small café bars in France, but with a Welsh twist! In true micro pub tradition, the pub even brew their own ale.
Another dog-friendly pub in Barmouth Bay where the team even have biscuits ready for your furry bundles of joy. Situated just off Barmouth Beach, making it a great option to refuel after your walk.
Murrays Café Bar
This cute café serves delicious home-made meals and cakes. Pop in and try a slice of their popular welsh scones or lemon drizzle cake! Well-behaved dogs and owners are also welcome to pop in too!
Barmouth Bay Dog Holidays
Dog-friendly breaks at Barmouth Bay