We've found 5 dog friendly attractions in Ceredigion.
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Devil's Bridge FallsWoodlands, Devil's Bridge, Aberystwth, Ceredigion SY23 3JW
T: 01970 890233
www: Devil's Bridge Falls
Nature trail with views of spectacular 300ft waterfalls. If the nature trail is too long or steep for you, then take a few minutes to descend down to the river upstream of the waterfalls.
Dogs must be kept on leads at all times and are the owner's risk and responsibility. Small dogs can be carried through the turnstiles, but if you have a large dog it is best to visit during the times when the Attendant is present.
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest CentreBwlch Nant yr Arian, Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 3AD
T: 01970 890453
www: Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Centre
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Centre is a little piece of heaven in the Cambrian Mountains. From scenic walks and world class mountain biking to adventure play areas and Animal Puzzle Trail.
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Dog bags and bins are provided on site. During red kite feeding times (2pm winter, 3pm summer) please keep dogs under close control in the red kite zone around the Barcud Trail.
The National Coracle CentreCenarth Falls, Cenarth, Ceredigion SA38 9JL
T: 01239 710980
www: The National Coracle Centre
Unique collection of coracles from all over the world, situated by the beautiful Cerarth Falls.
Dogs welcome on leads.
Cae Hir GardensCribyn, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 7NG
T: 01570 470839
www: Cae Hir Gardens
Tranquil six acre garden with valley views, ponds and a stream. There are a wide range of shrubs and trees and colour-themed borders.
Dogs on leads are welcome in the garden. Please clean up after your dog. Dogs are not allowed in the tea room but are welcome to sit you at the outside tables.
Strata Florida AbbeyStrata Florida, Ceredigion SY25 6BT
T: 01974 831261
www: Strata Florida Abbey
Remains of a Cistercian abbey, where the 14th-century poet Dafydd ap Gwilym is believed to be buried. There is an exhibition, shop and museum.
Dogs welcome on leads. Please clean up after your dog. Dog waste bags available on admission.