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A REAL dog friendly cottage

And its been given the highest recommendation by DOGS MONTHLY and YOUR DOG MAGAZINES!†††

A lovely, one double-bedroomed cottage, especially arranged for people with dogs so you have little to worry about. Holidays for Dogs has no restrictive rules either - like dogs have to stay outside or not being allowed on the sofas! You'll feel right at home here. The lounge has a log stove for comfortable heating, and we supply you with a large box of logs. Electric heaters are also provided should you need them.† Patio doors open onto a decked balcony, overlooking two ornamental ponds. Being in an elevated location with fantastic views, we're also blessed with a cooling breeze that prevents the really hot summer days from becoming unbearable.

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Dog friendly garden

The cottage has a fully enclosed secure garden, with floodlighting so there's no need to get dressed in the middle of the night to take the doggies out. There's possibly no nicer way to pass a summer's evening than just sitting† in the garden, enjoying a bottle of good wine with a few nibbles while the dogs enjoy the peace and calm of the countryside. Note that we don't provide dog beds as everyone's dogs are different but throws are provided for the sofas. Plenty of room for dog crates in both the lounge and kitchen/diner should you bring any.

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Spacious dwelling

If the weather isn't quite right for sitting outside, then there's plenty of space inside. The kitchen/diner boasts a large table for occasions when you have a family to feed. There's enough room for a small army of dogs and to keep things simple the lounge has a stone floor and mats to keep cleaning easy. The door opens onto our private, no-through lane, with the main road some 150 yards away, so dogs wandering out are seldom in danger.††The lane is infrequently used by just the odd tractor or delivery vehicle so just a little care is still required. Although described as one bedroomed, it can comfortably sleep another 2 people in the spacious lounge.††

Holidays for dogs: Cottage lounge

There's little danger for dogs

There's plenty of land for walking dogs right outside your door. Up to 17 acres of stock-fenced pasture fields can be at your disposal. We do ask that you observe the countryside code and keep your dogs on a lead where necessary. Our lower fields may sometimes hold cattle and/or sheep.† Common sense dictates when and where it's safe for dogs to run free and when caution needs to be exercised.†

Opposite is just one example of the magnificent views from the cottage's south-facing windows.† If the last hill weren't in the way, you'd see the sea at Pendine, the Bristol Channel, and then the Atlantic ocean.†

Holidays for dogs: View from garden

Cottage essentials

All the essentials are there ready for you: TV/DVD, digital radio, free Wifi internet access, electric oven/hob, microwave oven, washing machine, toaster, kettle, iron and ironing board, electric heaters throughout, vacuum cleaners, clothes driers, hairdryer, crockery, cutlery, teacloths and basic cleaning materials.

A chest freezer can be provided for your personal use - PLEASE ASK when booking.

For your dogs we provide: water bowls, towels and shampoo, and throws for the sofas. There are hosepipes everywhere should your dogs get so dirty as to require hosing down.

Please note: Electricity is on a meter and takes £1 coins.

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Please note that this premises is unsuitable for wheelchair users and others who have difficulty with stairs. We apologise for any inconvenience.

The bedroom has plenty of space under its arched roof for you and your four-legged friends† - which is great news if your dogs like to sleep in the same room as you. Alternatively, there's a stairgate should you prefer your dogs to stay downstairs.

Quilts, pillows and bed linen are provided for the bedroom only. Please bring extra bedding as required, and† your own towels. We do not object to dogs on the bed as long as you bring YOUR OWN BEDDING. Please let us know when booking as the bed is normally made up ready for you. The bed is a standard double with king size duvet. One word of warning... this is a typically rural cottage, and has low beams - be careful if you're tall.

Holidays for dogs: Cottage Bedroom

Opposite photo: the Paddock. The smallest of the 3 fields on your doorstep!

The cottage is set in a delightful location near the village of† Llangynin, St Clears, and overlooks rolling hills and farmland.† All within easy reach of main roads (M4/A40) and many local attractions.

Please note: We are in rural Wales which means broadband connections may not always be reliable.† We accept no responsibility for any loss of transmission.

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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

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