Dog Friendly PembrokeshireFishguard and Goodwick
Pembrokeshire Tourism and Burns Pet Nutrition Team Up to Launch the County’s First Dog Friendly Tourism Awards
Environmental impact is a vital consideration for tourism providers in the county and Pembrokeshire Tourism together with the team at Burns Pet Nutrition are working with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority to stress the importance of visitors helping to keep Pembrokeshire dog friendly by following the Countryside Code, respecting other people and their animals and protecting the natural environment to make sure everyone can enjoy our great outdoors.
The team of independent shortlisting judges have completed the list of finalists for the Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards. From next week a new team of judges including special Burns By Your Side Reading Dogs will visit the finalists.
Best Dog Friendly Town / Village
Fishguard & Goodwick have been nominated and have reached the finials in the Best Dog Friendly Town category, along with Amroth and Saundersfoot – judging is taking place now!
See the Fishguard & Goodwick video submission below:
Pepper The Dog’s Story
“Hello there, my name is Pepper and I like to chase balls, go to the beach, swim and follow interesting smells. Fortunately for me there are lots of nice walks linking Fishguard and Goodwick with plenty of bins for my best friend to clean up behind me.
When my best friend has things to do it’s great that I can go with him.
There are the following pubs, cafes and restaurants
The Old Bakehouse has the best doggy treats from Martyn and Danielles butchers next door
The Royal Oak
The Farmhouse Kitchen
Hope & Anchor
Janes in the garden area
Cafe on the Quay
The Ship Inn in Lower Town
The Pendre Inn
The following shops
M P Electrical
Button Tree Lane
Mannings Fruit & Veg Shop
and offices I’m allowed into – and some give me treats.
For those less fortunate than myself there are
The following dog friendly hotels
The Ivybridge Guesthouse
Sea Horse Holiday Cottage
with large rooms for them to stay in when they visit.
And the Rainbow Cancer Support Drop in Centre even have a four legged volunteer on Wednesdays. All here in ‘dog friendly’ Fishguard and Goodwick.”