Looking for dog friendly things to do on your holiday? Here are 7 top dog friendly attractions in Pembrokeshire to help you make your holiday memorable for even the furry members of the family.



Pembroke Castle is a brilliant day out for all the family, including those with four legs! Dogs on leads are welcome to sniff anywhere in the castle apart from the gift shop. Get your history kicks and let your pooch discover all the sights and smells of this medieval castle stunningly located overlooking Pembroke.



This hidden wooded valley has the best of all worlds. There’s a woodland garden, meadows, a walled garden and the coast nearby, as well as a tea room and bookshop. All in all it’s a fantastic place to spend the day. Dogs on leads are welcome to explore with you. Fair warning though, it’s sure to tire them out as there’s just so many things to sniff!




Heatherton World Of Activities really gets what it means to be dog friendly. Going beyond simply allowing dogs on site, there’s activities especially for your dog to enjoy! Their dog agility area is the perfect place for your pooch to practice their skills, or to simply watch others as they tuck into their doggy ice cream.



Carew Castle

Carew Castle and the accompanying Tidal Mill’s history spans 2000 years, and is a window into all sorts of intriguing lives and stories from the past. Dogs on leads are welcome to discover the castle with you. Before your visit it’s always worth checking the website to see what events might be happening during your stay, as there’s almost always something going on – from Christmas light tours to story telling events. In summer months we recommend taking a picnic and enjoying the picnic area with its views out over the Millpond.


Pembrokeshire Coast Path

With 186 miles to explore, your dog will never get bored of this world famous coastal path. Dogs should be kept on leads on the path for their safety, but the beauty of a walk here is that you may come across beaches and secret coves where your dog can have a paddle and a run around. Those walking on two legs can take in the views, flora and fauna of this stunning corner of the world. Wondering which stretch to walk first? Here are some of our favourites.



Give your dog the trip of a lifetime, as you travel out from St Justinians on a voyage around Ramsey Island. The island is an RSPB reserve, home to thousands of seabirds and vital to the local environment. Falcon Boats welcomes dogs on trips around Ramsey, as at 1.5 hours, the trip is short enough for them to enjoy the whole way round. Be in with the chance of seeing porpoise, seals and seabirds as well as the rock gorges and incredible sea caves.




Picton Castle is a beautiful manor house, with one of the main draws being the breathtaking gardens. Dogs on leads are welcome to wander these 60 acres with you. After you’ve finished exploring, enjoy some lunch at the wonderful Spanish cafe restaurant on site. Dogs are welcome in the lower section inside, or to snooze under an outdoor table on sunny days.



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