Dog Friendly

Dogs are apart of our family too

We understand that dogs are just as much a part of the family as our human relatives, and that’s why our park welcomes dogs free of charge. But it’s not just our park that welcome your four-legged friends; our bar and restaurant on site is also dog friendly.

Coupled with our location, the park is perfect base for exploring the beautiful Welsh countryside with your pooches. And we saved the best until last as our park is situated a stones throw away for the beach!

So, whether you own a holiday home, are visiting us in your camping, touring caravan / motorhome, or staying in our self-catering properties, we truly believe that Pengarreg and the wonderful Welsh countryside is perfect for the whole family.

Local Dog Walks

Llanrhystud Beach

Distance from park: 1 mile
Located a stones throw away, this is a flat easy walk that begins from the caravan park through the lane to the entance of the park. From there head to Morfa Caravan Park follow the lane until you reach the a rocky beach with views of Cardigan Bay. We recommend to check the tide times as during low tide the lower part of the beach is sandy and perfect for dogs.

Aberaeron to Henfynyw

Distance from park: 6 miles to Aberaeron
Starting from the town of Aberaeron, this 4-mile walk are for those who enjoy an active walk as you will find some moderate to services or offerings? Give your steep climbs. Follow the coast path to the south before turning inland and head up towards Henfynyw. The total ascent is about audience a reason to choose 600ft. From there, turn around as it’s downhill back to Aberaeron. Starting and finishing in the town gives you plenty of places to enjoy a post-walk drink. you over your competition. Cite

Aeron Valley to Llanerchaeron

Distance from park: 6 miles to Aberaeron
A beautiful 4km walk which follows the River Aeron towards the National Trust property at Llanerchaeron. It’s a generally flat and easygoing route along the pretty Aeron Valley. It begins in Aberaeron and head inland following the river’s northern What’s special about your banks. The start and end of this walk are by road, but the rest is a gravel-surfaced route that follows the old railway line right services or offerings? Give your by the River Aeron. It’s an easy to follow route which ends up at a fab National Trust property. Please note, this property only allows dogs on leads on the woodland and parkland walks, not in the main house.

Nant yr Arian Forest

Distance from park: 17 miles to Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre
There are several walking trails at Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre in Nant yr Arian. These splendid trails start from the Visitor Centre and provides stunning views throughout its length. A perfect walk to also spot a red kite! You will find a cafe and parking at the visitor centre.

Borth Ynyslas Beach

Distance from park: 17 miles to Borth
Shallow waters, beautiful coastline views and almost three miles of golden sand makes this a very enjoyable walk for the whole family. Dogs are allowed on this section of the beach throughout the year, although there are times when sections of the beach are cordoned off where birds have made their nests.

Pet Rules on the park

We go to great lengths to ensure that everyone who stays with us enjoys a clean, fresh environment, and we always clean our accommodation and public areas more thoroughly after pets have visited. There are obvious challenges to this, and we ask that pet owners help us to maintain our high standards for the next guest by following our guidelines:

You may only have 2 dogs (other than any of the breeds subject to the Dangerous Dog Act 1991).

All the usual rules around dogs in the countryside apply – please observe the countryside code, keep dogs on a lead around livestock, and please ensure waste is removed from public areas and disposed of safely. There are a number of waste bins around the park.

We understand dogs bark, particularly in the presence of other dogs. We would prefer dogs who are particularly agitated or excitable to be taken outside to burn off some energy, so that other customers are not unduly disturbed (we will trust your judgement as dog owners on this). Obviously it is very difficult to stop dogs barking but we’d like to keep it from spoiling the relaxed atmosphere in the park.

For those staying in our self-catering accommodation, we request that pet owners bring pet bedding to protect our bedroom carpets and soft furnishings. Please do not allow pets to sleep on the beds.

All dogs must be supervised by and under the control of you, or of a responsible adult in your party, at all times. This means you may not leave any dog unsupervised in the accommodation or anywhere on the park at any time. Nor may you leave any dog under the supervision of any person aged under 18. These rules apply even if the dog knows the park well and you believe them to be well- behaved.

Please keep dogs under control at all times on the park. If you do not supervise and control your dog, we are likely to ask you to remove it from the park straight away. This is because we cannot allow the safety of others to be put at risk

If you see another dog anywhere on the park which does not appear to be supervised by and under the control of a responsible adult, or whose behaviour gives a cause for concern, please let us know.

We thank you for your co-operation and look forward to seeing you soon.

Visit The Barn

Offering delicious food, located a short distance from the park and is well worth a visit. We offer the following: