Dog Friendly Cottage On a Dog Friendly Beach?

by Jo-anne Edwards

Best Mates on Broad Beach at Rhosneigr, Anglesey

Best Mates on Broad Beach at Rhosneigr, Anglesey

Hi Wil, What a Fantastic Website!!


Now, I am probably asking a lot here but here goes...

My husband, me and my little dog - a rescue dog who was abused before landing on our doorstep - not so well behaved but getting there - want to come to Anglesey for a holiday where we are as near to a dog friendly beach as possible.

My husband cannot walk far to the beach for health reasons, but also close-ish to pubs where we can take the dog in the garden.

We obviously need to stay in a dog friendly cottage. With the dog it is obviously hard to have a break where we can go out for a meal etc.

So it would be really great if we could find a really dog friendly cottage next to a dog friendly beach near dog friendly places to eat!!

A big ask I know, but can you point us in the right direction?

PS I would love the beach to be not so family orientated cos our dog is not so good with young children.

We are looking at 17/09/11 for 1 week.

Regards,

Jo-anne Edwards




Hi there Jo-anne,

Thanks for your kind words. I am always amazed that anyone reads Anglesey Hidden Gem, but people seem to do so in their thousands.

Who'd have thought?

Anyway, I imagine that you have a car. I'm thinking my way around Anglesey as I type this response.

As far as accommodating all your requirements, then the best has to be Rhosneigr, and I guide your attention to Broad Bach. It is very close to the village, which has a number of well thought of bistros and cafes.

Broad Beach has plenty of space for dogs and is away from the more popular village beach and small families.

I do not deal with holiday accommodation - I now think I should, as you are about the sixth person to raise the question with me in a very short while.

However, I have just carried out a Google search with the words: anglesey dog friendly beach cottages rhosneigr and it has offered a number of possibilities.

Please inspect these and let me know if you encounter any problems.

Best of luck to you all,

Will


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