DAYS OUT WITH OUR BEST FRIEND
Oakwood Theme Park
Bringing mans best friend?
Sadly, dogs can’t come into the park, but we know it can be difficult to leave them at home or at your holiday accommodation so we’ll keep them safe and happy in our kennels until you get back.
The kennels are operated on a first come, first served basis. They are free to use, all we ask is a fully refundable deposit of £5 for the lock and key.
Each kennel will hold one medium to large sized dog or two small dogs. You may want to bring a bed or blanket for your dog plus you will also need to bring water and a bowl.
You are more than welcome to go and check on your dog as many times throughout the day as you wish.
Oakwood is unable to accept responsibility for your unattended dogs. In case of an emergency the closest vet practice to Oakwood is Narberth Vets who can be contacted on 01834 860378.
Guide dogs are welcome in the park.
Aquarium Day Out - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
Silent World is located in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, South West Wales. The centre is housed in an attractive 19th Century chapel, this Aquarium is just a few minutes walk from the centre of Tenby, and is one of the few indoor activities in Tenby and is a refuge in bad weather, but best seen on a busy day. Downstairs the main tanks are arranged in habitat groups, containing fish and other creatures from the shores, seas, rivers, streams, lakes and ponds of Pembrokeshire. You will be able to see exotic fish, amphibians and invertebrates. Upstairs you will find the reptile display, housing a selection of snakes and lizards from around the world. Also, you might come accross a few other creatures, such as guinea pigs, Pysgod the cat, Joe the parrot and various creepy crawlies. Children will enjoy the Rockpool where they can see Belina Blenny and her friends. You can get to know a little about reptiles at the handling sessions at specified times advertised at the Aquarium and locally.
Dogs allowed on leads.
Directions From the M4 junction 49 take the A48 to Carmarthen. From Carmarthen take the A40 to St. Clears. Then take the A477 to Kilgetty and then the A478 to Tenby. Follow the signs to North Beach car park. Please park in the North Beach car park unless you elderly or disabled passengers. From the car park follow the Brown signs to the Silent World Aquarium which is about five minutes walk from the car park.
Website: 01834 844498
www.silentworld.org.uk Narberth Road
Wolfscastle Pottery - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
A stimulating and fun place to visit. Browse the showroom. An opportunity to be creative. Throw your own pots on the wheel or model by hand. When dry paint them with bright glazes, or buys ours ready for painting. Great fun for all.
Dogs on lead. Throw your own pots on the wheel or model by hand. When dry, paint them with bright glazes, or buy ours ready for painting.
Website: 01437 741609
The family fun zone has a range of activities that are suitable for the whole Family
Heatherton Activity World near Tenby in Pembrokeshire South West Wales is open all year.
It is one of Wales’ favorite 'All Weather Attractions' with many activities under cover which cater for all age groups and abilities. If you are looking for fun filled family day out Heatherton will provide something for the whole family to enjoy.
The Sports Park is a dog-friendly attraction, as we at Heatherton appreciate the importance of pets in family life. All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and are not permitted in the main reception or restaurant facilities. Water is provided for dogs outside of main reception.
Coracle Centre And Mill - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
The centre has an international collection of coracles from different parts of the world. The work shop shows the ancient craft of coracle making video, that is great for children. Open Easter to late October.
Dogs on lead are welcome.
Opposite the falls and car park area. More Information
Website: 01239 710980
Picton Castle Day Out - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
Picton Castle was built in the 13th Century by Sir John Wogan and his descendants still occupy the Castle today, carrying the name of Philipps since the 15th Century. The Castle is still a home retaining its medieval features in the undercroft. The principal rooms were remodelled in the 1750s by Sir John Philipps the sixth Baronet, with plastered rooms and fireplaces by Sir Henry Cheere. There are 40 acres of Woodland Gardens, a shop, restaurant and an art gallery all of which are open to visitors.
There is plenty to do at Picton Castle every day. Enjoy a castle tour and learn the history of the castle. Regular events are also held at Picton Castle. Dogs on lead in the grounds only.
Picton Castle is sign posted three miles East of Haverfordwest and two miles South of the A40
Website: 01437 751326
The Park - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
Discover more about your environment, landscape, wildlife, history, culture, energy, resources and much more... As Pembrokeshires county museum, the Victorian Manor House, Stable Block and Exhibition Hall feature many displays illustrating the history of the area. Scolton has much more than a visit to a bygone age. It is the place where Pembrokeshires past meets up with the future. The museum is complemented by the environment-friendly Visitor Centre where the displays focus on green issues and the wildlife of the park.
The 60 acres of park and woodland surrounding the house have been utilised as a country park since the 1970's, providing opportunities for informal countryside recreation with the central 22 acre grass enclosure available for staging events. The park is widely used by both local people and visitors and is open daily throughout the year, except Christmas Day and Boxing Day and dogs on leads are welcome in the park.
Located near Spittal near Haverfordwest.
Website: 01437 731457 (Park)
Woollen Mill - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
Solva Woollen Mill Today specialises in the production of flat woven floor coverings. Produced in one of only two remaining woollen mills in Pembrokeshire, these hard wearing reversible rugs are tightly woven from 100% pure wool carpet yarns.
Visitors are welcome to watch the looms at work. The Mill has a tea room which is sited where the carding engines were once sited and the old drive wheel from the water wheel and the overhead line shafts can still be seen. The engine shed and small weaving shed are now a shop for the many visitors. Dogs on leads are welcome at the mill.
Located at Middle Hill near Solva.
Website: 01437 721112
www.solvawoollenmill.co.uk Middle Mill
Haverfordwest Town Museum - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
The museum is a registered charity and uses photography and touch screen multimedia presentations. Open Easter until October.
Dogs on lead are welcome.
The museum is by the castle overlooking the county town of Haverfordwest.
Website: 01437 763087
www.haverfordwest-town-museum.org.uk Castle House
Melin Tregwynt - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
The Mill is owned and operated by the same family since 1912. It has a great reputation for new woollen blankets, throws and cushions.
Dogs on lead are welcome.
Melin Tregwynt is on the left hand side of the road leading down to Abermawr.
For information on bookings and availability please call 01437 765765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: 01348 891288
Narberth Museum And Book Shop - Dog Friendly Indoor Attractions
The museum has a collection of artifacts representing the history and culture of Narberth and the surrounding area.
Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Located in the centre of Narberth.
Website: 01834 861719