Activity guide for guests with dogs

Having brought your dog/s on holiday you want to make sure there are places that both you and your pet can enjoy.  From 94 there are 2 walks that you don’t even have to get in the car to do.  From the front door you can visit Mynydd Mawr which lies in the triangle of Tumble, Drefach and Cross Hands in the Upper Gwendraeth Valley, 270 acres of natural beauty with approximately 90 acres of coniferous and deciduous woodland with the main Gwendraeth Fawr River running along the entire northern boundary of the site.

From the back door 5 minutes walk takes you to the Swiss Valley Cycle Route  a traffic free disused railway line that  links to the Millennium Coastal Park in Llanelli past the peaceful Lleidi Reservoirs. Here are some more ideas of walks a little further afield.

Carmarthenshire has some amazing beaches and they are a great place to take your dog.  Here are details of a few dog-friendly beaches you and your dogs might like to visit.

Many of the castles welcome dogs on leads and there are other destinations which boast dog friendly status.  If shopping for a special gift or something to take home then Gwili Pottery is happy to welcome you and your pooch.

After all of this activity it is good to know that there are plenty of places that you can visit to eat and drink that will love to welcome you and your dog.  There is of course the excellent Harry Morgan’s fish and chip shop a 5 minute walk from the door and at the top of the hill selling good coffee and yummy cake as well as some Welsh Products is Maddocks General Stores