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Welcome Dog Friendly Carmarthenshire for every dog owner and their pet! Carmarthenshire certainly is a dog friendly county. You don’t have to look far to discover why. It has vast expanses of beaches and greener than green countryside for you and your best friend to explore, plus a suburb array of country parks and castles. There is an idyllic coastline, beautiful estuaries, mountainous National Parkland and a suburb range of dog friendly accommodation. Carmarthenshire is a dream holiday or short break destination. The towns, villages and resorts here retain a character that is becoming difficult to find elsewhere. Carmarthenshire is conveniently located too. Take a look at the map. It is surprisingly easy to explore most of South West Wales from Carmarthenshire. To the west there’s Pembrokeshire and its coastal National Park. From the Northern part of the county you’re only a short hop away from the lush woodlands of the Teifi Valley or the harbours along Cardigan Bay. On Carmarthenshire’s eastern boundaries you will find the Black Mountain part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the ultimate

great escape and just a stone’s throw away from places like Llandeilo and Llandovery. Also on Carmarthenshire’s doorstep is the Gower Peninsula, the first part of Britain to be declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You’ll find lots of essential information here, whether you’re on ‘Staycation’ having a day out, or spending some time away from home with your dog, we list some of the finest dog friendly places in the county. Those all important dog friendly beaches and country walks, as well as a few places you never perhaps thought you’d be able to take your dog, are featured here. You will be spoilt for choice as there’s lots to see and do with your best friend!

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Accommodation HOTELS, GUEST HOUSES, B&B Best Western Diplomat Hotel ★★★ Llanelli. 01554 756156 Blaen y Garn B&B ★★★★ Manordeilo. 01550 777707 Coedllys Country House ★★★★★ St Clears. 01994 231455 Falcondale Mansion Hotel ★★★★ Lampeter. 01570 422910 Fferm y Felin Farm Guesthouse Llanpumsaint. 01267 253498 ★★★★ Keepers Cottage B&B ★★★★ Laugharne. 01994 427404 Llanerchindda Farm Guesthouse Llandovery. 01550 750274 ★★★ Llwyn Hall Hotel & Restaurant Llanelli. 01554 777754 The Plough Rhosmaen ★★★★ Llandeilo. 01558 823431

Plas Farm B&B ★★★ Llangynog. 01267 211492 Southmead Guesthouse ★★ Llanelli. 01554 758588 The Corran Resort & Spa Laugharne. 01994 427417 The Level Crossing ★★★★ Llandovery. 01550 721115 Three Rivers Hotel ★★★ Ferryside. 01267 267270 Ty Mawr Country Hotel Brechfa. 01267 202332 SELF CATERING Able Cottages ★★★★★ Llansteffan. 01267 241119 Anfodd Holidays ★★★★ Blaenwaun. 01994 448830 cottages& Beachlands House ★★★★★ Llanelli. 01252 623338

Basel Cottage ★★★★★ Llandovery. 01550 720794

Ffynnon Rhosfa Farm ★★★★ ★★★ Llannon. 01269845874 ffynnon–

Blaendyffryn Fach ★★★★ Pencader. 01559 395615

Garnffrwd Country Holidays ★★★★ Mynyddcerrig. 01269 870539 ★★★ garnffrwd

Blaenfforest Cottages ★★★★ Newcastle Emlyn. 01559 371264

Gilfach Wen Barn ★★★★ Brechfa. 07970 629726

Brechfa Forest Barns Llanllwni Mountain. 01267 202423

Glascoed Farm Holiday Cottage Henllan Amgoed. 01994 241297 ★★★★ ★★★★★

Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages Brecon. 01874 676446 Clydey Cottages ★★★★★ ★★★★ Boncath. 01239 698619 Clynfyw Holiday Cottages ★★★★ Abercych. 01239 841236 ★★★ Coastal Wood Holidays ★★★★ Marros. 01994 453214/ 07983887863 Cwmcrwth Farm Holiday ★★★★ Llandeilo. 01558 669160 Ffos Ddu Holiday Cottages ★★★★ Llandeilo. 01558 824237 Ffynnonlwyd Cottage ★★★ St Clears. 01994 448239 ffynnonlwyd

Latchygors Holiday Cottage ★★★★ Llanfallteg. 01994 240460 Llwyncrwn Farm Holiday Cottages Pencader. 01559 389099 ★★★★ Llwynpur ★★★★ Porthyrhyd. 01267 275226 Lothlorien Cottage ★★★★ Cwmgors. 0208 372 0264 Maerdy Holiday Cottages ★★★★ Taliaris. 01550 777448 Maesachddu Farm Cottage ★★★★ Porhyrhyd. 01267 275563

Maesgwynne Mansion Holiday Cottages Llanboidy. 01994 448410 Maes-y-Ffynnon ★★★★ Cenarth. 01244 356695 Old Stables Cottage Laugharne. 01994 427001 Park Villa ★★★★ Newcastle Emlyn. 01239 698390 Penparc Holiday Cottage Llandeilo. 01558 824512 Rainbow Cottages ★★★ Carmarthen. 07989 851268

Waunifor Holiday Cottages Pencader. 01559 395437 Wauntwr Cottages ★★★★ Trelech. 01994 484287 CARAVAN & CAMPING Erwlon Caravan & Camping Park Llandovery. 01550 721021/720332 ★★★★★ ★★★★ South Wales Caravan Park ★★★★ Llwynifan Farm, Llangennech. 01554 820420 River View Touring Park ★★★★ Llanedi. 01269 844876

The Barn ★★★★★ Brechfa. 01792 680006

Park Resorts - Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park ★★★★ Kidwelly. 01267 267511/08433 092554

The Old Vicarage ★★★ Llangeler. 01559 371168

Llandovery Caravan & Camping ★★ Llandovery. 01550 721993

The Stables ★★★★ Cynghordy. 07970 645652

Lakeside Leisure St Clears. 01994 231229

Typoeth Cottage ★★★ Llandysul. 01559 384483 Under The Thatch Holiday Cottages Cenarth. 08445 005101

Beaches & Coast Walks Dog bylaws on Carmarthenshire beaches. All beaches in Carmarthenshire are designated under the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act 1996 under which it is an offence - punishable by a fine of up to ÂŁ1,000 - not to clean up after your dog. Dog restrictions during the bathing season (1st May to 30th September annually) Prohibitions, alongside areas where dogs are allowed, apply to the following beaches between the 1st May and 30th September inclusive. No prohibitions apply to guide dogs for the blind.

Pendine Beach Seven miles of glorious sands overlooking the Gower Peninsula. The Dog restrictions at Pendine Beach apply to the section between the two slipways, which still gives dogs an ample playground. NB: Part of the seven miles of glorious sands is used by the MOD for firing, Monday - Friday 08:00-16:15, and conveyed by the use of red flags which are on display while firing is in progress. Contact Range Control to find out firing times on 01994 452310 or

Ginst Point Nestled in between Pendine, and Laugharne is the unexplored end of Pendine Sands. Ginst is a great spot for dogs on leads. Like its neighbour Ginst Point is used by MOD for firing, Monday – Friday 08.00-16.15, and conveyed by the use of red flags which are on display while firing is in progress. Contact Range Control to find out firing times on 01994 452310 or



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Cefn Sidan, Pembrey Wales’ longest beach Cefn Sidan stretches for a stunning eight miles long, the southern fringes of Carmarthenshire’s coastline. With a dog free zone on just one mile of its length between May & September inclusive, dogs and their owners can still enjoy seven miles of golden sands even in the summer months. Follow (Dogs for the Beach) signs. Pembrey Dog free zone Country Park between May-Sept (inclusive)


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Llansteffan This golden sandy beach is a must for dog walkers and around the castle grounds, also offers some great dog friendly walking. The beach in Llansteffan has restrictions where a strip of the beach is inaccessible to dogs and is clearly marked with signs.


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All year round dog friendly beaches Laugharne A sleepy and timeless sea town on the Taf estuary, made famous by poet Dylan Thomas where he once lived and, inspired by his surroundings, wrote many of his great works, including ‘Under Milk Wood’. Overlooking the estuary are the dramatic ruins of a Norman Castle. The craggy Cliffside walk that leads to Dylan Thomas’ boathouse is great for dogs on a lead (no more than 3 dogs per person) For those looking for a longer circular route, this walk with its dog friendly stiles and gates continues along the riverside past the boathouse and inland, bringing you back to Laugharne.

Ferryside The pretty coastal village of Ferryside looks across to Llansteffan and its commanding Norman Castle. No restrictions on dogs on this picturesque riverside beach so you can exercise your dog to its heart’s content while you lap up the scenery.

St. Ishmael The same as its neighbouring beach at Ferryside, St. Ishmael is a year round dog friendly beach.


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Llanelli Situated on the 11 mile long dog friendly Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli beach has no restrictions on dogs at any time of the year. With a range of things to do, this area is a great place to pass away the time with your dog, whether it be on the park itself or at the beach. The Discovery visitor centre based at the beach front has a café and ice cream parlour and will provide a water bowl for your dog on request.

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Follow the whole Coast of Wales. It has been rated as one of the World’s top 10 destinations by the Lonely Planet Guide. The Carmarthenshire section of the Coast Path starts at Loughor and continues West to Amroth on the Pembrokeshire border. In between you have varied coastal landscapes, from estuary at Loughor and Llanelli, to Cefn Sidan beach a long stretch of golden sand with its own country park, to the Tywi Estuary and Carmarthen; the bustling town of St Clears, a superb Castle at Llansteffan, Dylan Thomas’ Laugharne, and on to Pendine with its long sandy beach, before climbing to the cliifftops for the last section to Amroth.


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Country Parks & Countryside Walks A selection of dog friendly walks‌.. you are spoilt for choice! You have found the perfect holiday, now all you need is the perfect walk to make your holiday complete.

Carreg Cennen Castle Majestically standing some 900ft above the River Cennen on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, there are few castles in Europe which can boast a more spectacular location than Carreg Cennen. There are two dog friendly trails you can follow here. One leads to the hilltop castle where you will be amazed by the wide, panoramic views. The other takes you around the foot of the hill upon which the castle stands, and along the tranquil River Cennen. NB: Take care around the sheep and cattle in the surrounding fields. Dogs should be kept under close control or on a lead.

Amman Valley Riverside Walk The Amman Valley riverside walk is a haven for dog walkers, it’s a ribbon of traffic free tarmaced path from Ammanford to Brynaman, a distance of around 14km. The path follows the Amman River along the valley nestled between the Black Mountain to the North and Betws Mountain to the South.

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Pembrey Country Park One of Wales’ most popular visitor attractions, and adjoining the eight mile Cefn Sidan Beach, Pembrey Country Park is as much about coast as it is country. The park boasts a range of family attractions including an adventure playground, train rides, fry ski slope, toboggan run, pitch and putt and crazy golf. For the dog, acres of stunning forestry and wide open parkland make an ideal poochy playground. Pembrey Country Park welcomes dogs which are kept under control. There are a number of litter bins and together with the beach, the park truly is a limitless playground for dog owners. The park is also the venue for the annual “Dogs Day Out” event which takes place every September. NB: The Blue Flag section of the beach at the entrance is closed to dogs between May 1st – September 30th.

Dinefwr Park & Castle Fabulous walks to stretch those dog and human legs over some fantastic landscapes – a gentle trot around the White Park Cattle walk seeing the cattle and calves or a more challenging uphill climb to Dinefwr Castle where you and your dog can view the Towy valley. Stop off for a snack at the outlet in the car park. For the enjoyment of all visitors, dogs are asked to be kept on a lead and dog waste picked up. Areas not accessible for dogs (except assistance dogs) are the ancient deer park, boardwalk and Newton House. There is a National Trust holiday cottage at Dinefwr. Penparc, which welcomes dogs, allows visitors to stay on the estate with easy access to all these great dog friendly walks.

Brechfa Forest

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If you crave a fresh air experience in a Brechfa River Morlais landscape that is diverse and varied, then put on your walking boots and explore the Brechfa Forest. With its dramatic views and Walk deeply cut river valleys, together with the To Nantgaredig fact that the area is free from any livestock, the Brechfa Forest in Carmarthenshire’s rural central region offers superb dog walking opportunities. Nearby Abergorlech also has some great dog friendly walks.

Llyn y Fan Fach The wild and rugged area around Llyn Y Fan, on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, has been in the spotlight for centuries. It was home to the medieval Physicians of Myddfai, sons to the legendary lady of the Lake and today is the Welsh country residence of HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

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A 10-mile challenging circular walk takes in the Llyn y Fan lakes, and with jaw dropping views, makes a superb day out for you and your best friend.

Millennium Coastal Park, Llanelli With 11 miles of traffic free, dog walking heaven, the Millennium Coastal Park is the ideal solution for young families with dogs needing space to enjoy their walk. The park has been transformed from industrially derelict land into a unique tourist attraction and leisure facility. Flanagans Coastline Cafe brings a flavour of the Riviera to the Millennium Coastal Park with its selection of continental coffees and pastries. Ice Cream lovers are spoilt for choice at the Discovery Centre’s Millennium Kiosk. Situated in the heart of the award winning Millennium Coastal Park, is the newest marina in Wales with a 450 berth facility at Burry Port Harbour.

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Dog friendly pubs & cafĂŠs Why not treat yourself and your best friend with a treat along the way. There are numerous pet friendly pubs, restaurants, cafes and quaint cream tea houses to satisfy your craving. Some will even provide a doggy ice cream! Browns Hotel Laugharne SA33 4RY. 01994 427688 Castle Hotel Llandovery SA20 0AP. 01550 720343 Cennen Arms (Bar and Special Back-room) Trap, Llandeilo SA19 6TP. 01558 822330 Kings Head 1 Market Square, Llandovery SA20 0AB. 01550 720393 New Three Mariners Inn (Both bar and rooms) Laugharne SA33 4SA. 01994 427426 Plough Rhosmaen Hotel & Restaurant (Reception, rooms & garden) Rhosmaen, Llandeilo SA19 6NP. 01558 823431 Springwell Inn (Bar and decking) Pendine SA33 4PA. 01994 453274

Heavenly, of Llandeilo, does a unique and, I’m sure, delicious ice cream tailor made for dogs! They also produce their own handmade chocolates and desserts (for human consumption only!) Why not treat yourself AND your pooch here. To try out the doggy ice cream, please pre-order by phone before you call in. The Angel (Bar) Llandeilo SA19 6EN. 01558 82276 The Black Lion Abergorlech Road SA32 7SN. 01558 685271 The Black Lion Pentre Road, St Clears SA33 4AA. 01994 231700 The Bunch of Grapes Bridge Street, Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9DU. 01239 711185 The Corvus Inn (Bar) Station Rd, St Clears SA33 4BG. 01994 230601

The Cross Inn Laugharne SA33 4QS. The Forest Arms Brechfa SA32 7RA. 01267 202288 The Ivy Bush Emlyn Square, Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9BG. 01239 710542 The Plash Whitland SA34 0UN. 01437 563472 The Plough and Harrow (Bar and Beer Garden) Trevaughan, Carmarthen SA33 6AA. 01267 221783 The Queens Hotel (Bar only) Carmarthen SA31 1JR. 01267 231800

The Royal Oak Inn (Bar and Patio) Rhandirmwyn, Llandovery SA20 0NY. 01550 760201 The Sidan Licensed Lounge & Ice Cream Parlour Pembrey Country Park, Pembrey SA16 0EJ. 01554 832034 The Talardd Arms Llanllwni SA39 9DX. 01559 395633 The White Hart Inn (Bar) 36 Carmarthen Road, Llandeilo SA19 6RS. 01558 823419 Three Rivers Hotel & Spa Ferryside, Carmarthen SA17 5TU. 01267 267270

Paws for Thought We want you to make the most of being on holiday with your best friend. This means respecting the fact that not everyone is a dog lover and a certain etiquette applies. Here are some basic rules to bear in mind whilst out and about with your pet: • Always clean up after your dog. • Never leave your dog in a hot, or even warm, car. • Dogs should be kept on leads where stated. If off lead, your dog must be kept under close control. By law, you must control your dog so that it does not disturb or scare farm animals or wildlife. Farmers are entitled to destroy a dog that injures or worries their animals. As a general rule, keep your dog on a lead if you cannot rely on its obedience. • Leave all gates, whether opened or closed, as you found them. Walking and cattle Many footpaths cut across farmland which is being grazed by cattle.

Cattle are not prohibited from being kept in fields crossed by rights of way. Much of the time, a herd of cattle in a field will approach you out of curiosity. It would be prudent however, to exercise caution when entering a field of cattle, as serious cases of attacks by cattle have taken place, particularly upon walkers with dogs. The following advice is given: • When walking through a field of cattle, move calmly and quietly through the field. • Do not let yourself get between a cow and her calf. • If you have a dog with you, the most important thing is to let it go. The cattle are probably more interested in the dog than you and the dog can travel a lot faster and will get itself to safety. Your safety should be prime in your mind. Lost & Stray dogs - For lost and stray dogs, or to report an incidence of dog fouling, contact the Carmarthenshire County Council Contact Centre on 01267 234567

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Attractions List 5 Parc Howard Museum & Art Gallery Llanelli SA15 3LJ. 01554 772029 Dogs allowed within the grounds. Guide dogs only in Museum

MUSEUMS 1 Carmarthenshire County Museum Abergwili, Carmarthen SA31 2JG, 01267 228696 Dogs allowed within the grounds. Guide dogs only in Museum 2 Kidwelly Industrial Museum Broadford, Kidwelly SA17 4LW. 01554 891078 Dogs on lead. Guide dogs only In Museum 3 Museum of Speed Pendine Pendine, SA33 4NY. 01994 453488 Dogs allowed within the grounds. Guide dogs only in Museum 4 National Wool Museum Drefach Velindre, LLandyssul SA44 5UP. 029 20573070 Guide dogs only in Museum

6 West Wales Museum Of Childhood Llangeler SA44 5EY. 01559 370428 Dogs allowed within the grounds. Guide dogs only in Museum

GARDENS 7 Aberglasney Gardens LLangathen, SA32 8QH. 01558 668998 Guide dogs only 8 Hywel Dda Gardens Whitland SA34 0PY. 01994 240867 Dogs on lead

9 National Botanic Garden of Wales Llanarthney SA32 8HG. 01558 667149 Guide dogs allowed. 2-3 Doggy Days throughout the year 10 Norwood Gardens & Tea Rooms Llanllwni, Pencader SA39 9DU. 01559 395386 Dogs allowed, guide dogs only in tea room

CASTLES & HERITAGE 11 Carreg Cennen Castle Trap, Nr Llandeilo SA19 6UA. 01558 822291 Dogs on leads 12 Castle House Carmarthen Castle SA31 1AD. 01267 231557 Dogs allowed on lead 13 Coracle Centre Cenarth Carmarthenshire SA38 9JL. 01239 710980 Dogs on lead

14 Dinefwr Park & Castle Llandeilo SA19 6RT. 01558 824512 Dogs on lead around the Park & Castle 15 Dolaucothi Mines Pumsaint SA19 8US. 01558 650177 Dogs allowed on lead on the main yard 16 Dryslwyn Castle Dryslwyn SA32 8RW. 01443 336000 Dogs allowed 17 Dylan Thomas Boat House Laugharne SA33 4SD. 01994 427420 Dogs allowed within the patio grounds outside 18 Garn Goch Nr Bethlehem, Llandeilo. Dogs allowed 19 Kidwelly Castle Kidwelly SA17 5BQ. 01554 890104 Dogs on lead 20 Laugharne Castle Laugharne SA33 4SA. 01994 427906 Dogs allowed

21 Llandovery Castle Llandovery. Dogs allowed

28 Brechfa Forest Brechfa. 01550 720394 Dogs allowed

22 LLanelly House Llanelli SA15 3UF. 01554 772857 Guide dogs allowed

29 Cenarth Falls SA38 9JL Dogs allowed

23 Llansteffan Castle Llansteffan SA33 5LW. 01443 336000 Dogs allowed

30 Crychan Forest Nr Llandovery. 01550 721086 Dogs allowed

24 Newcastle Emlyn Castle Newcastle Emlyn SA38 9AP. 01443 336000 Dogs allowed

31 Green Castle Woods Llangain SA33 5AS. 01686 412534 Dogs allowed

25 Paxtons Tower Nr Llanarthney SA19 6RT. Dogs allowed

32 Gwernffrwd Dinas RSPB Llandovery SG20 OPG. 01654 700222 Dogs only allowed in the car park

26 Talley Abbey Talley SA19 7YP. 01443 336000 Dogs allowed

33 LLyn LLech Owain Country Park Gorslas,Nr Cross Hands SA14 7NF. 01269 832229 Dogs allowed 34 Llyn Y Fan Fach Llanddeusant. Dogs allowed

COUNTRYSIDE 27 Amman Valley Riverside Walk Ammanford. Dogs allowed

35 Mynydd Mawr Woodland Park Tumble Llanelli SA14 6HU. 01269 843911 Dogs allowed

36 Pembrey Country Park Pembrey SA16 0EJ. 01554 834443 Dogs allowed 37 Ynys Dawela Nature Park Brynamman SA19 6NG. 01269 843911 Dogs allowed

GENERAL ATTRACTIONS 39 Gwili Steam Railway Bronwydd Arms Station Carmarthen SA33 6HT. 01267 238213 £1 per Dog

COAST 38 Millennium Coastal Park North Dock Llanelli SA15 2LF. 01554 777744 Dogs on lead

40 Teifi Valley Railway Henllan, Newcastle Emlyn SA44 5TD. 01559 371077 £1 per dog 41 Heart Of Wales Train Line 01597 822053 Dogs are allowed on all trains Cefn Sidan Beach, Pembrey

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Castles: Carmarthenshire’s long history is everywhere to be seen - on the ridge above Bethlehem in the Tywi Valley you will find one of Wales’ largest Iron Age hillforts, or in the hills near Pumsaint, the location of the only known Roman Goldmine in Britain. Carmarthenshire is also home to some of the most authentic and atmospheric castles in Europe. Here is a selection of dog friendly historical places:


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37 Brynamman y From walks along the beach to hikes across the hill-tops, there are hundreds of miles of paths and acres of open countryside in Carmarthenshire for you to enjoy with your dog. We all know how much your four legged friend enjoys a good walk. Whether you’re looking for an undemanding coastal or country walk or a more challenging hike on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Carmarthenshire has everything to offer the walker. Many of our walks have been made easier for dog owners by the installation of custom built stiles and gates, to take the hassle out of your day out in the countryside.

Carmarthen Tourist Information Centre Old Castle House, adjacent to County Hall, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire SA31 1JP. 01267 231557







Llandovery Heritage Centre Kings Road, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 OAW 01550 720693


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