Plassey Holiday Park

Holidays for all the family – WOOF!

For those of us lucky enough to have a four-legged friend in the family, you will understand that they come where you go! After all, they really are part of the family.

When it comes to holidays, it can mean “what about the dog” question to be triggered!

Can you leave them with a trusted friend or family member? Is there a dog sitter you can rely on to look after your precious pup?

Fortunately, at Plassey, you don’t have to worry about leaving your pooch on their lonesome as we are a dog-friendly holiday park. Whether it’s our dog-friendly glamping safari tents or allowing dogs on our touring and camping pitches, we love welcoming dogs into our 250-acre holiday park.

Around the holiday park, you will find plenty of open space for you and your pooch to enjoy, with two miles of nature trails and even a dedicated dog exercise area. Our Haybank Clubhouse is also dog friendly so you can enjoy a refreshment and a bite to eat with them sitting by your side.

Nothing makes us happier than seeing wagging tails!

Days out with Dogs

It’s not just us, though. The whole area is packed with wonderful, dog-friendly activities. We’ve got dog-friendly walking trails and beaches on our doorstep, perfect for a run or a swim in the sea.

Point of Ayr Beach

There’s so much space to have a fast run and hours of play. Wide sands and uninterrupted views of Liverpool Bay, Point of Ayr Beach is close to the estuary of the River Dee that separates North Wales from the Wirral Peninsula in England. Close to the village of Talacre and the popular resort of Prestatyn, this dog-friendly beach has no restrictions or limits but the tide. The beach is characterised by the 19th-century Point of Ayr Lighthouse and miles of sand dunes to shelter from the sea breeze.

Moel Arthur
Much loved by locals and visitors alike, the Offa’s Dyke Path on the Clwydian Range is a fantastic place to stretch yours and your dog’s legs while taking in the breathtaking scenery. Moel Arthur is one of a series of Iron Age hill forts to be found on the summits of these beautiful hills. Moel Arthur is a small circular hillfort crowning a very prominent hill overlooking the Vale of Clwyd. Another more well known within this neck of the woods is Moel Famau, the highest summit in the Clwydian Range.

Llangollen History Trail
The Llangollen History Trail is a six-mile circular dog walk that offers stunning landscapes, incredible views and a little bit of Welsh history.

Start with a stroll along the Llangollen Canal before passing by the Horseshoe Falls. Next, head up the hill to see the remains of Llantysilio Church and Valle Crucis Abbey. Then, venture on another two miles to the ruins of Castle Dinas Bran before walking back down into Llangollen.

Lots more around the area such as;
Nant Mill Wood, Chirk Castle, Llangollen Tow Path, Wepre Park, Ewloe Castle and much more

Dog Friendly Pubs

If you’re planning to head off on a jolly around the area you won’t need to worry, either. There’s a wide selection of dog-friendly pubs and restaurants (including our own Clubhouse).

The Corn Mill, Llangollen
The White Horse Inn, Overton
The Telford Inn, Trevor

We really hope that all the family have a great stay here at Plassey Holiday Park.

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