Little Dumpledale Farm is one of the most dog friendly places in the UK for a holiday.
We love having dogs here and we don't mind how many – the record is 19 at Four Acres. All of our five self-catering properties – from The Caravan with its views of the Preseli Mountains, to Four Acres, a five bedroom house set in four acres – have been designed with dogs in mind; each one has its own fully enclosed garden to play in and comfy sofas to relax on at the end of a long day.
We've got over 100 acres of fields and woodland right on our doorstep and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is near-by with numerous lanes, footpaths and bridleways to explore, and there's the Coast Path with its spectacular scenery and superb beaches.
Whether you want to kick back and relax or are looking for a more active holiday, you'll find Little Dumpledale Farm is the perfect place to be. Oh, and your humans will love it too!
We hope to see you soon.
Carol and Trevor
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You can book your holiday at Little Dumpledale Farm through to January 2016.
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Sept 14, had a lovely time in the caravan. Our dogs loved being able to run free in the garden and walks around the surrounding countryside. The caravan is dated but very clean.
A really nice place to stay. Perfect for our 3 dogs.
Can't wait until we return in June
Peter & Cheryl
We would like to thank you for a great holiday and the dogs loved the garden.
We stayed in the swallows dance and we
loved it such a great building and lots of walks plus the…Read more
An absolutely fantastic break, three dogs and three humans had a brilliant time, dogs loved all the space in the caravan garden. so much to do and everything is so nearby but not enough time…Read more
Always wonderful and as 11 years of visiting has now passed we feel we know what we're talking about!!
Waljan – aka Waj – is a very handsome 7/8ths deerhound who lives at Little Dumpledale Farm. He updates his blog regularly with the antics that he and the others - usually Lucy - get up to when the humans aren't around.