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Visit Bridgend County

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Visit Bridgend County

We may be biased but we like to think that Bridgend County is the pawfect destination for adventures with your four-legged friends.

Packed full of fantastic, dog friendly places to visit and stay, it’s the ideal destination to bring your furry companions.

Here’s some of the pooch-friendly places to visit, pubs and cafes to stop-by, and fur-friendly places to stay.

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Puppuccino and pats…


The Potting Shed

The Rest Bay (dogs not permitted inside)


The Hyde Out


Corvo Lounge

Retail therapy…

McArthur Glen Designer Outlet

Green Paws…

Pyle Garden Centre

Cake and cuddles…

Coed Y Mwstwr Hotel - A Doggy‘Tea’ to enjoy with your best friend

Camping, glamping or caravanning…

Trecco Bay Caravan Park


On the Coast

Kenfig Nature Reserve - A site of Special Scientific Interest with sand dunes and a freshwater lake

Newton Beach - An all year-round dog friendly beach in Porthcawl

Merthyr Mawr Dunes - A doggy haven with great views from the sand dunes. Let your dog run down the ‘Big Dipper’, the highest sand dune in Europe

Sker and Pink bay -  The most westerly pair of Porthcawl’s bays and beaches, Pink Bay and Sker may not be as accessible as the more easterly beaches, but they’re quieter and unspoilt because of it


Bryngarw Country Park - A special mix of woodland, meadows and formal gardens with space for dogs to run around, and a visitor centre and café to stop-by afterwards

Parc Slip - a remarkable area of 300 acres which was once part of a colliery. Its easy access walking routes, traffic-free cycle paths and wetlands attract families and their four-legged friends

Parc Calon Lan - Parc Calon Lan lies at the top of the Garw Valley in Blaengarw. From here on a clear day you can right down the valley to at least Pontyrhyl

Spirit of Llynfi Woodland - The Spirit of Llynfi Woodland is located on the eastern slopes of the Upper Llynfi Valley, nine miles north of Bridgend

Craig y Parcau - Craig y Parcau is an oak and ash woodland on a steep slope of the Ogmore River. It is a haven for wildlife with several footpaths

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Towns in Bridgend County