You don’t need to leave your dog behind when coming to stay in our static caravans for sale, North Wales, as our holiday homes are welcoming for dogs, and there are loads of dog-friendly attractions and activities to do in the area. If you want more information about bringing your pet pooch with you on holiday, we have put together a collection of our holiday dog guides below:
Planning For a Dog-Friendly Holiday
The first part of any holiday is planning it; booking accommodation, deciding on activities to do and getting hyped for it! When you have kids and pets coming with you, of course, you need to plan for their needs too. If you have never brought your dog with you before, we have a couple blogs on planning for it, and top tips to bear in mind and various other things to consider, so you can ensure you will be well organised in advance!
Days Out and Attractions
When you have a dog with you, you need to keep in mind that not everywhere is as dog-friendly as Lyons! Frequent visitors to North Wales will no doubt know the best places you can take your dog, but if not, we have blogs on the best dog-friendly days out you can have with the whole family and the top dog-friendly attractions around our holiday parks.
Where to Go for Dog Walks
North Wales has plenty of places for walking the dog, including beautiful Snowdonia National Park! Your dog is sure to love running around, and it will give you loads of chances to snap amazing pictures of your four-legged friend! Here are some of our blogs on dog walks in Snowdonia and other amazing locations in North Wales.
A holiday to a coastal location like North Wales is not complete without a trip to the beach. The whole family will love paddling in the sea, building sandcastles and sunbathing, and what’s more, there are loads of great dog-friendly beaches near our holiday parks so your pooch can join in the fun too!
Places to Eat and Drink
One of the most difficult parts of taking your dog with you on holiday is finding a place to eat or drink that welcomes dogs. Of course, you can dine at our holiday parks, or eat in your static caravan, but you’re on holiday and deserve a treat! Have a read on our blog on the best dog-friendly pubs in North Wales.
Caring for Your Dog on Holiday
When in a strange place, your dog may require some extra love and care, and it is important you keep them happy and healthy when away from home, to avoid any emergencies. Our blogs on tips for keeping your dog happy in the hot weather, and food safety tips for a holiday with the dog will help give you peace of mind when your four-legged friend is coming along for a week of fun!
Still unsure about whether your dog should be coming with you on holiday? Why not take a look at our blog on five reasons why you should bring your dog, and get in touch with us today to find out how we can help make your holiday extra special with a dog in tow! Just call 03333 700 700