We've found 5 dog friendly B&Bs in Conwy.
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Whitehall Hotel51 Cayley Promenade, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay LL28 4EP
T: 0845 1668089
www: Whitehall Hotel
Family-run guesthouse set on the promenade, with views of the harbour and bay. Bedrooms are very well-equipped and guests can relax in the bar and foyer lounge.
Dogs are allowed in one bedroom and the garden. There is a suitable exercise area for dogs next to the guest house.
The Northwood47 Rhos Road, Rhos on Sea LL28 4RS
T: 01492 549931
www: The Northwood
Traditional guest house set in a quiet location, a short walk from the seafront and shops. There is a spacious dining room, comfortable guest lounge, bar and patio.
Dogs are allowed in the ground floor bedrooms and can be left unattended. There is a charge of £3 for small dogs, £4 for medium dogs and £5 for large dogs per night.
The Old Rectory Country HouseLlanrwst Road, Llansanffraid Glan Conwy LL28 5LF
T: 01492 580611
www: The Old Rectory Country House
Charming former rectory with panoramic views of Conwy Estuary, Conwy Castle and the mountains of Snowdonia. The elegant bedrooms feature antique furniture and many thoughtful extras.
Dogs no larger than a Labrador are allowed in the Coach House ground floor bedrooms and can be left unattended. There is an adjacent field on which dogs can be exercised.
Sychnant Pass HouseSychnant Pass Road LL32 8BJ
T: 01492 596868
www: Sychnant Pass House
Award-winning guesthouse set in landscaped grounds in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park. Bedrooms vary in size, but all are individually decorated to a very high standard.
Dogs are allowed in ground floor bedrooms and can be left unattended. Dogs are allowed in public areas, except the restaurant and leisure area.
Hafod Country HouseTrefriw LL27 0RQ
T: 01492 640029
www: Hafod Country House
Former farmhouse set in two and a half acres of attractive grounds, overlooking the Conwy Valley. The pretty bedrooms are individually decorated and feature antique furniture.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms and can be left unattended. There is a charge of £5 per dog per night. Dogs are welcome in the bar and grounds only.