Parc Y Bocs Farm Shop

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What makes this place Pawfect

This place is filled with hundreds of doggy treats, accessories, food and gifts! The surrounding areas make it a top spot for dog walks too. It’s a doggy heaven.

Welcome inside

Parking nearby

Water Available

Good for Kids

Parc Y Bocs has gone from humble beginnings as a roadside honesty box to become one of Wales’ leading farm shops. Founded by John Burns who runs leading natural pet food brand, Burns Pet Nutrition, this visitor destination is as dog friendly as it gets. Visiting with your prized pooch? Your dog can accompany you to Parc Y Bocs’ coffee shop, reading corner, outdoor balcony, shop and market gardens.

Inclusive to all

This visitor destination boasts state-of-the-art facilities and strives to be inclusive to all. The site is fully accessible by wheelchair, the toilets and family room are officially registered with Changing Places and a varied menu caters for all dietary requirements and allergies. Much of the produce used in the restaurant (free-range eggs, fresh vegetables etc) comes from the market gardens and Burns’ own farm.

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Best Retail Business

In January 2018, Parc Y Bocs took home the title of Best Retail Business at the West Wales Business Awards following a huge renovation project.

In addition to the farm shop, pet shop and restaurant, there is also a large play area for children, a space to meet chickens, donkeys and occasionally even alpacas. There is also a community events space called the CWTCH.

Pop-up pet clinic

On Thursday’s, Burns’ own nutritionists run a pop-up pet clinic offering free nutrition advice and samples. Whether you need general help on how much to feed your dog or answers to more complex questions, pop down with your dog between 11-2 for more advice than you can shake a stick at.

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  1. 4
    lunaandbluepeibies Furiend Sep 04, 2018

    Very Dog Furiendly! Nice food but a little busy

    We visited Parc y Bocs on a very sunny Sunday afternoon. We sat in the cafe area and enjoyed our very large and tasty sandwiches. The dogs enjoyed a share too!

    After our food we went to the shop (where the dogs were allowed) and bought them some treats (the venison and apple sausages when down a treat). We then went for a walk around the gardens and met the pigs and llamas that live on the farm.
    All of the staff were very friendly and all of them made a fuss of our two puppies and they loved all of the attention.

    The only negatives think I can say are that the dogs were not offered any water during our stay and the water bowls outside were empty. It was also very busy in the cafe area which may not be appropriate for anxious dogs, but there are lots of other places to sit.

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