Featured • March 03, 2023 • Author, Sharon Watkins
Dog-friendly Rhosneigr is the perfect spot to spend quality time with your furry friend. With miles of coastline and stunning countryside, there’s no shortage of dog-friendly adventures and experiences for you and your dog.
From dog-friendly beaches where they can swim in the waves to scenic nature trails, there are plenty of activities to choose from. Rhosneigr also has a variety of dog-friendly pubs, accommodations and activities making it the perfect place to visit with your hound.
Dog-friendly Walks in Rhosneigr
Anglesey has several dog-friendly walks with spectacular views. Here are a few of our favourites:
Rhosneigr-Aberffraw Coastal Path
For those looking for stunning views, this path between Rhosneigr and Aberffraw offers a range of magnificent panoramas as well as some excellent spots for dogs to take a dip.
Rhosneigr circular walk
This popular 3.5-km circular trail around Llyn Maelog is generally considered an easy route that takes an average of 44 minutes to complete and is great for a walk with your dog.
Dog-Friendly Beaches Rhosneigr
There are two beaches in Rhosneigr and both are popular dog-friendly beaches in Anglesey. Dogs are allowed on these beaches all year round, and no dog restrictions are in place.
Traeth Llydan (Broad Beach) is a gorgeous spot for you and your pup to explore. It boasts over a mile of golden sand.
Traeth Crigyll (Town beach) is Rhosneigr’s main beach. Located just to the west of the town it is a fine expanse of golden sand. It is easily accessed from the village, with several roads leading right down onto the beach.
Pubs, cafés and restaurants that are dog friendly in Rhosneigr
If you’re looking for a pup-friendly spot to grab a bite to eat, Rhosneigr has plenty of options. From cafes and restaurants to pubs and takeaways, there are canine-friendly spots throughout this charming seaside village in Anglesey. Enjoy the picturesque views with your furry friend by your side!
If you fancy grabbing a takeaway with your dog, there are a couple of them too.
If you’re looking for a laidback, dog-friendly spot to relax with your dog, Y Morfa in Rhosneigr is an excellent choice. This family-friendly pub has a great bar area where dogs are more than welcome, plus they serve up some of the best pints in town.
Located just above Y Morfa, this restaurant provides aromas and flavours from around the world. It will enchant and delight you whether you fancy some American buffalo wings, fresh Mediterranean fish, plates of pasta or tapas. The best thing about this sociable place with small plates designed for sharing is that it’s also dog friendly.
Whether taking your dog or leaving it behind you need to book a table at this restaurant. During busy periods, due to limited floor space, they may recommend that you dine without your dog. However, well-behaved dogs are very welcome so do give Mezza 40 a call if you’d like to book.
There’s also traditional pub grub on offer, making it ideal if you want to enjoy an evening meal while soaking up the summer sun.
Rhosneigr’s only French-owned restaurant is a great spot to enjoy a range of delightful crepes, croques, and galettes. Located on the high street, it’s fully licensed and offers a cosy evening menu. Be sure to check their seasonal opening hours before you set out!
Luckily no one gets left out at Mojos, they love all well-behaved furry friends. Their Facebook page says that if dogs come at the right time there might be a sausage waiting for them. If they miss out on the sausage there is always some water and treats by the front door.
The Oyster Catcher
The Oyster Catcher is a popular pub restaurant on Anglesey that welcomes dogs. Unlike many places in the area, the Oyster Catcher offers limited seating inside the restaurant and plenty of space outside for your canine friend to explore.
They’ve recently launched an ‘In the dog house’ menu which is available in the doggy-friendly area of the restaurant.
With an award-winning Broad Beach (Traeth Llydan) behind it, and stunning dunes stretching out before you, this is a great spot for you and your dog to relax and enjoy some delicious food.
Booking ahead is recommended as it’s one of the most sought-after eateries on the island!
Places to stay in Rhosneigr with your dog
Pet-friendly accommodation is not hard to come by in Rhosneigr. There are plenty of places to stay that will welcome your four-legged friend with open arms. From seaside cottages to boutique guest houses the options are endless.
There are at least 92 guest houses available on Sky cottages. AirB&B and booking.com have a list of dog-friendly stays in Rhosneigr also.
Driftwood Boutique Guest House is very happy to welcome dogs as well.
It’s always hard when your dog gets sick, especially when you’re away from home. Fortunately, there are experienced vets near Rhosneigr to help out in tough situations. If your pup needs medical attention, you can find a vet close by in Holyhead, Llangefni and Gaerwen.
Anglesey Is The Best Place In Wales To Visit With Your Dog
Did you know…Angelsey was named Wales’s most dog-friendly tourist location (and 5th in the UK) for 2021, according to dog food company tails.com. Based on criteria including accommodation, green space availability and pubs & restaurants which allow dogs. Rhosneigr is proud to be a dog-friendly location in Anglesey.
Frequently Asked Questions about Dog-Friendly Rhosneigr
Is Rhosneigr a dog-friendly place?
Absolutely! Rhosneigr is a dog-friendly village in Anglesey, with plenty of activities and attractions for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy. From beach walks to cafe visits, there’s something here to make all dog owners happy. Enjoy the stunning views, fresh sea air and friendly atmosphere with your pup by your side!
Is it safe to take your dog out and about in Rhosneigr?
Yes – like many places in Anglesey, Rhosneigr is very friendly towards pets.
Are there any restrictions for dogs?
Always check before you go – each venue has its own set of house rules that may vary from place to place.
What activities can my dog enjoy in Rhosneigr?
There’s plenty for your dog to do here! From beach walks to pub visits, Rhosneigr offers something for all four-legged friends.
To find more things to do in Rhosneigr and the surrounding area, go to our “See and Do Rhosneigr” page and discover the best that Rhosneigr has to offer.