Dog Friendly Donegal Cottages

Dog Friendly Donegal Cottages – If you’re longing for a place to sit back and relax, Donegal, Ireland is the perfect spot. Whether you’re travelling for business or for leisure, it’s inevitable to feel soothed by the soaring sea cliffs, deserted beaches and the quiet and cosy pubs in the area. Best of all, this wonderful destination is now also dog friendly, allowing you to bring Toby along for the ride.

Why Should You Bring Toby Along?

Rest assured that your dog will love the change of scenery as much as you do! No more worrying about leaving your best friend behind in a lonely kennel hundreds of miles away or with a pet sitter you barely know. Forget about spending the day and night crammed inside a noisy hotel room; instead, why not savour the old-world charm of a bygone era by spending a holiday with your pet in a dog friendly Donegal cottage? Nothing beats the magical sensation of sleeping in a real cottage and waking up to a beautiful seafront.

Imagine walking on the sand with your dog, tasting the salt spray and enjoying the breeze on a deserted beach right outside your cottage. Turn the clock back, turn off your mobile phone and disconnect your computer; dog friendly Donegal cottages are made to allow you to enjoy the simplest pleasures of life. Don’t be fooled though by the traditional, old-charm look of the many cottages in Donegal; most of them boast state-of-the-art amenities and conveniences of modern-day living. Just bring your luggage, your dog’s bowls and bedding, and you should be all set for a wonderful time in your holiday cottage.

Pet Friendly Donegal Holiday Homes

Great Dog-Friendly Activities in Donegal

If you love Donegal’s scenic views and overall relaxing atmosphere, but are looking for some opportunities to spend some time outdoors, rest assured that there’s plenty to do. Grab your dog’s collar and leash and go with him for a hike on the many surrounding nature trails or stop by Glenveagh National Park where dogs on a lead are always welcome. Alternatively, you can take your dog for a fun romp at the many surrounding beaches. Most beaches in Ireland are dog friendly and your dog will certainly love playing in the sand and catching the waves.

Dog Friendly Donegal Cottages: A Doggie’s Dream Come True!

There’s no doubt that Donegal makes a wonderful holiday destination for your pet. Your dog won’t need a pet passport, the ferry transfers are pretty quick and hassle-free, and best of all, the stunning countryside, the gorgeous beaches and the amazing dog friendly Donegal cottages are ultimately a pets dream come true! So start packing your luggage for your wonderful stay in a Donegal cottage. You and your pooch will surely be glad you did! Just don’t forget to bring your dog’s favourite biscuits and bones!

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