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All Oswestry dog friendly places to stay

Are you looking for a dog friendly holiday cottage or hotel? Do you want to know places you can walk with your dog in and around Oswestry? The Welsh Borderland landscapes offer wonderful places for dog walking and our accommodation providers listed here offer a warm welcome to guests with pets.

Featured Listings

    • Foxtail Holiday Park

    Foxtail Holiday Park

    • Sweeney Hall

    Sweeney Hall Hotel

More Listings

    • Weston Pools Oswestry

    Weston Pools Village

    • Meadow Barn

    Meadow Barn

    • Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

    Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

    • West Arms

    The West Arms

    • Foxtail Holiday Park

    Foxtail Holiday Park

    • MeresideExternal 021

    Mereside Farm

    • The Bryn B and B Oswestry

    The Bryn

    • Gwaenynog Farmhouse

    Gwaenynog Farmhouse

    • The Summerhouse Oswestry

    The Summerhouse

    • Wild Contentment

    wild conTENTment

    • Sweeney Hall

    Sweeney Hall Hotel

    • The Pentre Barn

    The Pentre Barn

    • Wild Cherry Camping

    Wild Cherry Camping

    • Newnes Caravan Park

    Newnes Touring Caravan Park

    • Castle Farm Glamping Pods

    Castle Farm Holidays Dudleston

    • Fernwood Caravan Park

    Fernwood Caravan Park

    • The Pentre near Trefonen, Oswestry

    The Pentre B&B Trefonen

Find cafes, pubs and restaurants where your pet is welcome

Explore Oswestry & the Borderlands with your dog

Dog friendly accommodation – dog friendly cottages and hotels in Oswestry, Shropshire and North Wales

Lots of Oswestry Town is dog friendly too. Cae Glas Park is right in the centre of town and dogs are welcome on a lead. Stop at the ice cream seller in summer and you can both enjoy a treat. Wander around both the indoor and outdoor markets and there are lots of places with outside seating to stop for a coffee. 
Walk down to Wilfred Owen Green or a bit further to Old Oswestry, the iron age hillfort. Both great places to let them off the lead for a good run.
Once you leave Oswestry Town then the choice of places for dog walking are endless. Stroll along the Montgomery or Llangollen Canals or round the beautiful meres or lakes at Ellesmere or Lake Vyrnwy. Old Oswestry Racecourse is a figure of eight walk right on Offa’s Dyke. Enjoy both sides of the Welsh and Shropshire border with your dog.
We do suggest you check when booking as some members of Oswestry Borderland Tourism may have limit on the number of pets that they accept or other restrictions.

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