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Attractions - Just some of the many places to visit!

There's much to be done, and it's glorious fun...  If you ever get fed up of the glorious views and the fantastic countryside and dog friendly beaches, then there are plenty of other things to grab your attention - though these are more for owners rather than dogs, but who says owners shouldn't have fun as well! (Worth checking whether these are dog-friendly before you set out...) There are so many things to see and do that we can't possibly list them all here. Here are just a few to give you a taster of the many things available.

Folly Farm

Set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside, Folly Farm offers four fantastic reasons to visit… a friendly farmyard, spectacular zoo, enormous vintage funfair and an imaginative range of adventure play!  It's especially good for younger members who expand their minds and get up close to the animals to touch & hold them.   When that's over, enjoy the funfair, and if there's any energy left at all, burn up the rest in the fabulous adventure playground.    Find out more

Heatherton

Now what was there to do here

Archery, bumper boats, baseball, Go-karts, golf course, horse riding, laser clay, paintball, Pirates of the Caribbean, pistols, robot wars, indoor bowls, Maize Maze, play area...  There's more to do here than you can pack into a single day! Free admission and pay as you play, so you don't end up paying for things that you don't want to do. Find out more

National Botanic Garden

The National Botanic Garden of Wales exists to develop a viable world-class national botanic garden dedicated to the research and conservation of biodiversity and the enjoyment of the visitor. In short, it's full of beautiful and exotic plants, wonderfully laid out so the keen gardener, horticulturalist, or just those who wish to expand their minds will be keen to  visit. Note that this is not dog friendly - Dogs have to stay in your car! Find out more

Oakwood

What a theme park! Try Speed, Megaphobia, Hydro, The Bounce, Vertigo, Plane crazy, Bobsleigh, Waterfall, Spooky 3D, Boating lake, Treetops coaster, Snake river falls, Brer Rabbits burrow, Mini-Golf, Pirate ship, Sky leap, Gold Panning, Play town rides, Lost kingdom, Wacky factory, Techniquest, The magic factory. We can't describe everything here, but one thing's for sure, you'll come home very tired from a fantastic day out wishing there were more hours in the day!  Find out more   

Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Factory

This wonderful place makes a variety of high quality chocolates and unusual and mouth-watering chocolate "pates". Take plenty of money - these chocolates make wonderful gifts and once you've been here, you'll want to come back again and again!  Find out more at www.wickedlywelsh.co.uk target="blank"

Dylan Thomas boathouse - Under Milk Wood

Dylan Thomas, one of the twentieth centuries greatest Bards, made his home In Laugharne (pronounced "Larn").   His best known play "Under Milk Wood" was based around life in this village. The Boat House, where he did much of his work, attracts a constant stream of visitors wanting to see where he produced some of his finest works. Find out more 

 

 
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Our Dog friendly Self-Catering Cottage is located within easy driving distance of: St. Clears,Laugharne (pronounced 'Larn'), Pendine sands, Carmarthen, Whitland, Narberth, Haverford West, Tenby, Solva, Saundersfoot, Kidwelly, Llanelli, Swansea, Amroth, St Davids, Porth Clais, Pembroke & Caldy Island. We have WiFi Broadband Internet and are very 'Dog Friendly'. If you require more information, please contact us via the contact pages

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