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Cat Friendly Cottages in Wales

Enjoy a paw-some holiday together in beautiful Wales with our range of cat friendly self catering cottages, apartments, lodges and townhouses.

We understand it can be tricky to leave your cat behind while you head off on holiday so we, here at FBM, have ensured we have a selection of gorgeous holiday houses and cottages which will please them too!

Our pet friendly accommodation is located throughout West Wales and are a range of gradings, so you won’t miss out on beautiful locations and fabulous quality. They also vary in the facilities or features they have to accommodate your cat, from large gardens and cat flaps to being in quiet locations and rural areas, so you’ll have purr-lenty of choice! We do also have special offers on some of these cottages/house from time to time (see website for details) and more importantly most of the properties do not charge extra for pets.

Bringing your cat on holiday can be a lovely time for both you and your feline friend. However, in order to make sure your cat can enjoy it’s time away it is important to take steps to make it feel safe and relaxed in new and unusual environments.

If you have any queries about our cat-friendly accommodation, please do get in touch on 01834 844 565

Top Cat Holiday Tips

  • Cats have attachments to their territory, so when they are introduced to somewhere new it can initially be a bit stressful for them. Research shows bringing things from home like a bed, feeding bowls, toys or a blanket off the sofa can help your cat to acclimatise to its new surroundings. These will have smells and familiarities that will help your pet to feel at home.
  • Some experts suggest using pheromone diffusers in your accommodation before the cat enters. It is thought that they can induce a sense of tranquillity and calm for your cat on arrival.
  • If you do bring your cat, make sure it is always wearing an ID collar while you’re away and it’s also a good idea to familiarise yourself with local vets, just incase. Additionally, it’s worth bringing a litter tray and litter, even if your cat usually goes outdoors, as an extra measure to make them feel happy if they aren’t up for exploring.
  • Just remember to do your own research before bringing your cat on holiday and be sure to carefully consider whether it would be suitable for your cat specifically.