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Dog-friendly glamping in Pembrokeshire

Run wild with your dog on golden sands in Pembrokeshire. The southwest corner of Wales has more than 50 beaches to choose from, so bring paws that like to paddle and get ready to throw a lot of sticks. If you’re lucky, you might even see dolphins leaping from the water in the distance, as you splash in the shallows. Get up close and personal with the wild, rugged landscape by staying in one of our dog-friendly glamping places, where you’ll find tail-wagglingly good walks leading straight from the front door.

Recommended dog-friendly places

These are our most popular dog-friendly glamping locations in Pembrokeshire. Our team have visited every single one personally, to find only the most special and quirky spaces that we just know you'll want to visit.
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Ffynone Bach

Ffynone Bach

From £130 p/n
Cwtch Woodland Camp exterior surrounded with woodland
Cwtch Woodland Camp

Cwtch Woodland Camp

From £360 p/n
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Cabin Bach

Cabin Bach

From £95 p/n

Why book a dog-friendly holiday in Pembrokeshire with Canopy & Stars?

We can all agree that dogs are part of the family and whenever possible, you want to bring them on holiday with you. At our dog-friendly spaces, four-legged friends are welcomed with open arms by our caring owners. Some of them even supply bowls, beds, and blankets for your hound. When you book with us, you’re staying somewhere we’ve personally visited and inspected to make sure it meets our high standards for comfort, luxury and connection to nature.

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About dog-friendly glamping in Pembrokeshire

Who we are

We started out with seven places and a big idea and now Canopy & Stars has over 800 glamping spaces across the UK and Europe. We’ve grown to become the leading voice in unique outdoor holidays but we’re still a small, independent team focused on helping as many people as possible live a life more wild.

Our dog-friendly glamping breaks in Pembrokeshire

Variety is the spice of life, and our Pembrokeshire pads include cabins in a woodland camp, a waterfall-adjacent tiny house and a coastal cabin with a roll top bath. Just pick the one that makes you want to start packing a bag each time you look at the photos. If you’re feeling indecisive and are torn between options, just give our brilliant Guest Experience team a call and they’ll help you find the best glamping getaway for you and your dog.

What to do with your dog in Pembrokeshire

Get outside and see where the mood takes you in Pembrokeshire. Visit picture-postcard Tenby, walk the epic coastal footpaths, visit the wildlife on Ramsey Island and explore secluded bays and estuaries. If you’re partial to some good grub, you’re never far from a dog-friendly cosy pub where your exhausted hound can flop on flagstone floors and dream about the days’ adventures, while you order a local ale and peruse the menu.

We care about responsible travel

At Canopy & Stars we want to make travel a force for good – for the environment and for local communities. We’ve committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030, we’ve capped the number of places we offer in over-touristed areas, and we’re improving access to nature for those with disabilities and disadvantaged young people. Our latest Impact Report shares our goals and challenges.

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