Month: October 2011


It’s great to hear that our guests and their dogs benefit from thewoofguide.com. We try our very best to ensure that we provide you with as much information as we can to help you enjoy your dog friendly holiday to Pembrokeshire. We know we are getting it right when we receive positive feedback from our guests: ”I would just like to congratulate you on a brilliant and insightful website. The information provided is very useful i.e. which beaches/pubs are dog friendly etc, and will make deciding where to go on a day out with the pooch a lot easier. You […]

I never thought the day would come when my dog Jed wouldn’t fancy a walk. Perhaps it’s because over the last four years he has become wise to the notion that my walks nowadays are never shorter than at least 6 miles at a time and he has just decided he doesn’t fancy trotting aside me for hours. I think I forget Jed is now 14 years old, I still see him as a puppy. After much deliberation I have come to the conclusion that yes, it’s not that he doesn’t feel like going for a leisurely stroll for 20 […]

Autumn has definitely arrived here in Pembrokeshire, and it’s a wonderful time to come and explore the county with loads going on. If your like Annie and like nothing better than wrapping up warm and going out to explore the amazing autumnal colours on the trees, Canaston woods is the place to be with walks through mixed woodland, it is definitely worth a visit. If your more interested in sampling the produce that Pembrokeshire has to offer, Fishguard and Goodwick are holding a Autumn food festival and this will run from the 27th October to the 29th October, where there […]

Our new Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire brochure for 2012 is very cute. Having a flick through the new brochure when it came through I kept thinking, there is something different about this one. It felt so light, compact and was a very handy size to manage. In comparison to the 2011 brochure it is yes, significantly smaller in a neater kind of way, but is still bursting with hundreds of top quality, self catering holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire. Don’t forget to spot the dog symbol aside to the properties confirming that it is dog friendly. You and your dog will […]

Autumn has suitably arrived in all it’s colourful glory. Crisp leaves blanket the landscape leaving the trees baring their branches, the beaches become contentedly deserted and perhaps more regrettably, the nights draw in noticeably earlier. I do have a sense of yearning for Autumn. I enjoy wandering the woods with the crunch of the leaves under foot or appreciating having the many of our beautiful beaches all to myself and Jed (dog). Autumn for me is quite heavenly actually and I feel that Pembrokeshire is truly showcased at it’s best during this settled season. The peaceful scenes you can capture […]

Mum and I packed up the car last Sunday complete with children, Jed (dog) and picnic. We thought we would make the most of the pleasantly surprising sunshine and take a trip to the beach. Cue decision on where to visit… After much deliberation we decided upon Angle. The first reason being that generally if we are heading in that direction we more often than not reach the famous (for Harry Potter and Robin Hood) and my favourite Freshwater West and very rarely travel that little bit further to visit Angle and Mum fancied a change. Secondly, Angle is so […]

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