Llanerchindda Farm is very Dog Friendly we have lovely walks on and around the property for you and your dog. We make a small charge of £8.50 per night for dogs, please mention you are bringing a dog when you make your reservation.
As dog owners ourselves we can recommend a number of dog friendly walks locally and further afield, below are some details of our favourite dog friendly walks:
2 Walks From Llanerchindda Farm:
We are pleased to suggest 2 short walks on our land and in the adjacent forestry here at Llanerchindda.
The forest is a 5 mile drive from us, there is no live stock in the forest and you can normally walk in here without needing to put your dog on a lead.
Cwm Rhaeadr means “valley of the waterfall” Try the gentle accessible walk which is 3/4 mile or the longer waterfall walk which is 2 1/2 miles.
The highlight of the woodland is the sight of the waterfall, the highest in Carmarthenshire, as it pours off the Mynydd Mallaen.
This is a mixed woodland, with native broadleaves and non-native conifers. The big Douglas fir trees you see here were planted in 1947.
White Bridge – Irfon Forest
The forest is a 12 mile drive from us with a lovely riverside walk which can be extended again there is no live stock in the forest and you can normally walk here without the need to put your dog on a lead.
There are two short walking trails alongside the River Irfon which flows down from the Cambrian Mountains.
The pretty riverside picnic area is next to the car park.
Dinefwr Park National Trust
This is a lovely park and woodlands situated in Llandeillo 20 miles away with lots of nice walks and a cafe, entry is free to National Trust Members.
Builth Wells Park
There is a nice walk in the park at Builth Wells 21 miles away, if you park up in the main car park by the river you can walk through the park and if you wish extend the walk to follow the Wye Valley Way.
If you visit Brecon which is 28 miles away you can pick up the Brecon & Monmouth Canal which is a lovely dog friendly walk with a good tow path and a number of pubs and cafes
The Elan Valley is locally known as the Lake District of Wales with a series of man made reservoirs and lots of nice walking options this is 32 miles away and a nice day out.
There is also a very nice tea rooms situated in the middle of the Elan Valley called Penbont House https://penbonthouse.co.uk/tea-rooms/
Llanerchaeron National Trust
Llanerchaeron is situated near to Aberaeron on the Cardigan coast 33 miles away and has some nice walks and a cafe by the river
For more ideas visit discover Carmarthenshire