Monday, 16 October 2017

Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

This year has certainly been the year for "never leaving the dogs behind" with so many adventures, with those furry paws by our side.
Checking out dog friendly Wales on a recent trip, travelling once again with the dogs, making it an adventure from the very start.
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

Dog Friendly Wales
Having wonder lust to visit so many lovely places, but remembering that living in this stunning Country, we're close to so many wonderful places. Exploring more of the UK is on the list, and one of those places is Snowdonia, in North Wales.

Teaming up with Visit Wales, we wanted to share our dog friendly trip and why Wales is a great place to visit with dogs.
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

Day One
Our dog friendly Wales trip started with a stay in a Gypsy Caravan that was found on Air BnB; it was perfect for the one night that was needed. 

The cosy accommodation had a mini wood burner, which was great to get warm, as well as small a small kitchen, fridge and even electric. 
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

Although a little small, for the one night it was perfect to snuggle up together in the wonderfully large and comfy bed after our dog walk (....and Chinese Takeaway!)

The Gypsy caravan is located in Anglesey; close to Newborough beach, so of course we made our way down there to catch the last of the daylight. It was not only a great dog friendly beach, but had an amazing woodland and forest area, which is perfect for hours of beautiful dog walks. 
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

Day Two
All sleeping so well, we woke refreshed and excited for the next part of our adventure. 

Wales is known for its stunning waterfalls, tall mountains and wonderful lakes- this trip certainly ticked all those boxes. Today was about waterfall hunting. 
So please to find one only a short drive away from Anglesey into Snowdonia National Park. Hiking up through stunning woodland to find the waterfall; then falling in love with the mountains in our view. Soon heading back down and found the pool of the waterfall where Sev and Lily had a paddle while I gt the "family photo" set up..... it turned out pretty well! 
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

A quick stop for lunch before we headed to a nearby lake which is over looked by stunning mountains of Autumn colours. The sights were breath taking and the lake was so much fun for the dogs to swim and explore the shoreline.
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

Happily tired out we headed back to our new home for the week. An amazing safari tent, located on Anglesey, near Beaumaris, booked by the wonderful Canopy & Stars
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

The safari tent comfortably sleeps 6 people. It has hot running water with a shower and toilet inside the back of the tent. No electric but we managed to run phones on power packs and there was enough signal to keep up to date, but still managing to retain the feeling of being cut off from modern life. The tent even had a hot tub and wood burner with stove; it was truly glamorous camping. 
Dog Friendly Wales: Part One

The evening was spent with the fire lit, pizza in the stove, and everyone cuddled up ready for an early morning the next day. 

Part Two coming soon....

This post is in collaboration with Visit Wales- all thoughts are our own

1 comment

  1. It's all beautiful, but the gypsy caravan is right up my street! Love it.

    ChloƩ, Archie and Winnie x


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