Doggie B&B and daycare
At Ty Capel, in the village of Darowen near Machynlleth, in the heart of the UNESCO recognised Dyfi Biosphere, we provide a less stressful alternative to kennels. Whether it's for just a few hours, or several weeks, we will treat your dogs as kindly as you do, and they will live with us as our own. We'll do what they like, we'll play with them, have snuggles, take them out for walks, or just leave them to snooze, whatever they want. We are mature and experienced dog owners, and your dog is assured of our full attention.
We can accomododate up to 3 dogs from the same household (no mixing unfamiliar dogs), for just a few hours while you go to the cinema or have friends round for dinner, or they can stay for a few weeks while you take a cruise! Your dogs can have their holiday with us.
Perhaps you wish to come to mid-Wales on holiday, but can't find anywhere that will allow dogs? We can be entirely flexible, drop off your dog in the evening, and pick him up in the morning to go out for the day, or leave him here when you visit local bird reserves that prohibit dogs. Maybe you want to spend the day on the Mach Loop photographing the low flying antics of the RAF and USAF, or you just want a quiet evening pint (or two!) in a traditional local pub, such as the wonderful Dovey Valley Hotel. Whatever the reason, your dogs are welcome to stay with us.
Our home and garden has been fully assessed for dog boarding by Powys County Council, and we are formally registered with them.
We have fully comprehensive dog boarding insurance.
For more details contact Marion on 01650 511092
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Our dearly loved, and much missed, Lorenzo, a Cirneco dell'Etna prince, is the reason we wanted to provide excellent home boarding.
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All dogs deserve a little luxury!
Coming soon - Holiday Accomodation @ Ty Capel
Our small, but delightfully formed, holiday appartment in the old chapel cottage in Darowen, near Machynlleth, Powys, should be opening from Easter for the 2018 season. While we're busy fitting it out, we thought you might enjoy the view as much as we do!
Looking south to the northern hills of the Pumlumon massif, at about 9am on 5th July 2017