All Dog Friendly Attractions

Oswestry and the Borderlands have lots of great places for you to visit with your dog. These are just a few of the places that welcome dogs.

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  • Castle Bank

    Castle bank is all that remains of an imposing castle, which served to defend the town, & formed an important link in the chain of Norman defence along the Welsh border. There is a spectacular view of the town from the top.

  • Breidden Hill & Rodney’s Pillar

    The Breidden Hills are an isolated group of three peaks above the right bank of the River Severn about 6 miles north east of Welshpool. The Breidden Hill is a volcanic feature, which dominates the area and stands over 1200ft high. Footpaths lead up to the summit with wonderful views Read more [...]

  • Lake Vyrnwy Tourism Association

    Just on the edge of The Snowdonia National Park and south of Lake Bala, Lake Vyrnwy is set amidst the remote and beautiful Berwyn Mountains. With spectacular waterfalls, and unspoilt open countryside, a visit to Lake Vyrnwy is a wonderful day out for all the family. A short drive from Read more [...]

  • Oswestry Markets

    Oswestry is a market town and that means regular weekly indoor and outdoor markets right in the centre of town and a programme of speciality markets all through the year. The last Friday in each month is the Artisan market, the stalls spread right down Bailey Street into the centre Read more [...]

  • Petworld

    Ever since 1978, Petworld has been serving Oswestry customers with the finest range of pet foods and products available. Our large shop is right on Festival Square and you can park outside. We stock an excellent range of gifts for pet owners and pet lovers.

  • Oswestry Racecourse Common

    On the B4580 Road to Llansilin from Oswestry, the Racecourse Common was a popular venue for horse racing until 1848.  The figure of eight circuit is about mile and half long and offers spectacular views over Shropshire & Wales. Offa’s Dyke path runs along side part of the South Common. Read more [...]

  • The Montgomery Canal

    Wildlife thrives along the Montgomery Canal. It is one of the most important canals in the country for nature, much of it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and the Welsh section is of international importance, designated a Special Area of Conservation for its aquatic plants. The canal is Read more [...]

  • Stonehouse Brewery

    Come and visit us in our Stonehouse Bar & Shop. You can buy our range of beers in bottles, polypins, and takeaway jugs, or sit down for a pint with friends. If the weather is nice, why not enjoy the sun in our beer garden. Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: Read more [...]