Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire

Discover the delights of dog friendly tourism in Pembrokeshire and share your magical holiday with your four-legged friend. 

With miles of golden sands and breathtakingly beautiful countryside, Pembrokeshire is a haven for holidays with your pooch and it’s also home to the UK’s unique Dog Friendly Tourism Awards.

Many of Pembrokeshire’s tourism providers welcome well behaved dogs so you can choose your ideal type of accommodation in the location you’d prefer. To help plan your dog friendly holiday we’ve included a handy map so that you can check out the dog friendly welcome from café’s, pubs and attractions nearby then relax and enjoy!

Pembrokeshire Tourism works with Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority, National Trust Pembrokeshire, Dyfed Powys Police Rural Crime Team and NFU Mutual to promote responsible ownership. We want you and your dog to have a safe and enjoyable holiday so please help us to protect our environment, farming industry and livestock by following the Countryside Code.

Dog Friendly Places to Stay in Pembrokeshire

If you’re looking for dog friendly accommodation in Pembrokeshire click on the map above or check out the following suggestions.

Dog Restrictions

Some of Pembrokeshire’s beaches are subject to dog restrictions between 1st May – 30th September each year.

Partial beach bans are in place at the following locations. If using these beaches please ensure you keep your dog within the permitted area at all times.

  • Lydstep
  • Newgale Beach & promenade
  • Saundersfoot Beach and promenade
  • Poppit Sands
  • Castle Beach Tenby
  • South Beach Tenby
  • Amroth Beach and promenade
  • Broad Haven (North)
  • Dale

The following beaches have complete dog bans in place throughout the whole period:

  • Whitesands
  • North Beach Tenby

For further information and detailed maps of the restricted areas click here



The Coronavirus crisis is not over so some restrictions remain in place in Wales. Please understand that things may be slightly different to what you may be used to. This includes a 2 METER social distancing rule. You will also be asked to provide your name and details of where you are staying when you book restaurants or tickets for activities/attractions. This is necessary for the track & trace system which helps to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services.

Please help us to look after the health of our communities and to protect our environment, land and seascapes .