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Dogs welcome at the Falcondale

The luxurious Falcondale Hotel, in Ceredigion, West Wales, is offering special dog training breaks with dog whisperer, Sue MacFarquhar, with special menus created for the pooch owners by head chef, Andy Beaumont. A great idea for a dog friendly holiday in Wales with something extra for you too.

Sue has trained dogs for well-known TV personalities, as well as relatives of the Saudi Royal Family.

“There are always times when we would like a little more control over our four-legged friends than we actually have,” says Lisa Hutton, who owns The Falcondale with husband, Chris.

The Falcondale, in Ceredigion, is immensely popular among guests, both with and without dogs, as the food is a treat.The hotel restaurant has been awarded 2AA rosettes for five years running.

Low food miles are an integral feature of the menus, and part of the hotel’s green policy, and many dishes include herbs and salad greens from The Falcondale’s own kitchen garden,

Dining at the Falcondale offers serious and stylish luxury without pretension. A relaxed, award-winning restaurant offers the best of seasonal local produce and an excellent wine list.

The restaurant has been awarded 2AA rosettes for five years running. Low food miles are an integral feature of the menus, and part of the hotel’s green policy, and many dishes include herbs and salad greens from The Falcondale’s own kitchen garden.

The county of Ceredigion offers a rich larder, providing lobster, crab, sea bass, sewin, Welsh black beef and Welsh lamb. With neighbouring Carmarthenshire providing speciality cheeses and excellent cured ham.

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