Dogs Welcome

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Please clean up after your dog both inside and outside. Although we are delighted to say that the majority of our guests are incredibly respectful and go to great lengths to leave our cabin clean and tidy. We provide lots of useful doggy items to make your stay easier in our doggy welcome pack, including dog towels, dog throws, spare bowls, poo bags and guest dog holiday tags. We are able to provide a medium & large dog crate on request.

When it comes to walks in the Brecon Beacons, you and your four legged friend will be spoilt for choice in this dog friendly county.  With so many open spaces to explore with miles of footpaths, acres of commons, impressive mountains and dazzling waterfalls walks, there's some wonderful places to explore on the doorstep.

We understand how important it is to bring your dogs along on holiday with you. Being a multiple dog household ourselves, we welcome you and your companions to Rose View Cabin and it is a pleasure when we have the opportunity to meet them. Our property is truly dog friendly and provides a safe secure garden as well as access to a public footpath leading to fields.

The cabin comfortably sleeps 2 dogs, however, please contact us to discuss your requirements and we will try our best to accommodate you. Dogs are welcome in all rooms but we ask that dogs do not go on human beds or bedding (even with throws or with your own bedding). We pride ourselves in providing good quality pillows, duvets & bed linen and wish to be able to continue to provide this for each guest.

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Dogs love to have a great run around in the woods and across fields.  With lots of different smells and places to explore your dog will get loads of mental stimulation and physical exercise making them a happier and healthier companion. To get the most out of your country side walks its best to follow the Countryside Code.  Take a look below to find out more.

Dog specific information from the Countryside Code

Below you will find some dog specific advise and rules from the countryside code that as a responsible dog owner you should follow inorder to keep yourself and your dog safe when out in the countryside.

  • Dog mess is extremely unpleasant and can cause infections whether you come across it in the countryside or in the streets.  Please therefore always clean up after your dog and dispose of the mess in a dog bin or in a responsible manner.  Your dog should also be wormed regularly to keep your dog other animals and people healthy.

  • Keep your dog under control at all times so that you do not scare or disturb farm animals or wildlife.  Take extra care around sheep and lambs and keep away from ground nesting birds and other wildlife.

  • If whilst on your walk you and your dog get chased by farm animals dont try to protect your dog and get hurt,  let your dog off the lead and make your way quickly to a safe place.

  • If your dog has an unreliable recall or you are walking somewhere new or near farm animals as a general rule it is best to keep your dog on a lead.  By law a farmer is entitled to destroy a dog that worries or injures their animals.

  • The new open country and common land rights require that you must keep your dog on a short lead between 1st March and 31st July and all year round when near farm animals.  Some areas do not allow dogs at specific timesof the year.  Please look out for offical signs.

Respect – Protect – Enjoy

The aim of the code is to set out a list of rules that visitors to rural and agricultural areas should follow in order to enjoy and protect the beauty of the countryside and keep yourself, your dog, wild life and livestock safe. 

 

The code comes under 3 main headings as follows.

Respect other people

Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors.

 

Leave gates and property as you find them and follow paths unless wider access is available

Protect the natural environment

 

Leave no trace of your visit and take your litter home

Keep dogs under effective control

 Enjoy the outdoors

Plan ahead and be prepared


Follow advice and local signs