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Dog friendly places to eat in the UK

Search our dog friendly pubs, restaurants and cafes in the UK, for eating places happy to accommodate your dog while you enjoy a meal and a drink in the UK.



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Stanmer House is set in 5000 acres of parkland with direct walks up to the South Downs. Water and biscuits available for dogs and wide menu selection for their owners. Wheelchair access. Doggy Brunch event 9am to 11am on last Saturday of each month.

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Situated near Kensington Palace, opposite Hyde Park, Urban Meadow's terrace is the perfect dog walker destination, with doggy treats and bowls - all proceeds from the sale of Dog Treats go to Dogs Trust.

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Stunning riverside location with inside and outside seating areas.

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The Bears Trading Company. A dog friendly place to eat in Kent.

We are a very dog friendly Gift Shop, Tea Room and Ice Cream Parlour in Tankerton, Kent. The Bears Trading Company stock a wide variety of gifts suitable to all budgets, gifts for all occasions and a little something for everyone.

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The Inn with the Well. A dog friendly place to eat in Wiltshire.

Railway track (disused) within 50 metres. Ridgeway walk passes through village (Avebury to Ivinghoe Beacon). Bedrooms available, check with pub in advance regarding dogs staying.

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Dogpeople Rating: Top
The Castle Inn. A dog friendly place to eat in Dorset.

The Castle Inn is a traditional family-run 16th Century thatched free house pub and hotel with an extensive food menu and regularly changing local real ales, over 40 real ciders, near the beautiful Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door of the Jurassic Coastline. The inn has been run by the same [...]

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Water bowl available at the bar; lots of great walks in the vicinity, particularly in the water meadows and around the River Itchen, which are close to the city centre. Please keep dogs on leads and under control in the bar. Our kitchen has won Hampshire Hospitality Awards for [...]

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The Christopher Bar & Grill Hotel. A dog friendly place to eat in Berkshire.

We are just yards from the River Thames and the Thames Path ideal for dog walking. Also close to Windsor Great Park.

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The Beach Hut. A dog friendly place to eat in Cornwall.

With an incredible view over Watergate Bay, The Beach Hut is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a bite to eat. Seasonal Cornish produce is used to create a fresh, original menu – beach lifestyle at its tastiest!

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The Blue Ball Inn. A dog friendly place to eat in Devon.

The owners of the pub have their own two dogs and welcome all other dogs. Water for dogs is always available. Doggy biscuits are available on the bar. Some of the most spectacular walking and hiking trails pass directly in front of the Blue Ball Inn including the South West [...]

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Dogpeople Rating: Top
The Masons Arms. A dog friendly place to eat in Somerset.

We always have a cookie jar on the bar and a bowl of fresh water available for our 4 legged visitors. We also have a large beer garden and field which is a caravan and camping site and useful for stretching their legs on arrival. There are many good walks [...]

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Water bowl is always available as are dog biscuits. We are located in a pretty village with plenty of walks in the area.

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Located in the centre of the pretty market town of Bungay. Plenty of good walks in the area. Dog bowl available. Dog biscuits.

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The Hoop public house is a freehouse which dates back 450 years. It is famous for its wide range of guest beers which change daily.

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15th Century Freehouse, water bowl in bar, many local walks. Real ales ‘DIRECT FROM THE CASK` Home cooked food, pies and curries 2012 CAMRA real ale guide, CAMRA Good Pub Food Guide. WI FI access, WI HANSARD WOOD a 5 minute walk Dog Bins,HOSEASONS Kingfisher apartments,Lyng, BRITISH MOTOCROSS Lyng, [...]

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Common sense rules - if people are eating please don't let you dog roam and beg - no other restrictions! In The Peak District National Park - fabulous walking in the area - walkers with boots welcome too.

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The Borehole. A dog friendly place to eat in Staffordshire.

The Borehole is a small family run pub that is dog friendly. Dog treats are on offer to dogs visiting us; there are dog towels to dry wet dogs; dog beds if your pooch feels more comfy lying down; a range of second-hand recycled dog toys and balls to play [...]

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Henley Street Tea Rooms is located directly opposite Shakespeare's Birthplace, so makes a perfect location to stop for a drink or a bite to eat whilst exploring the historic riverside town of Stratford-upon-Avon. Drinks and food are available all day from 9:00am until 5:30pm daily. A water bowl [...]

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The Blackwood Arms is set in Burnham Beeches, an ancient woodland in South Buckinghamshire. Popular with walkers it sits directly on the Beeches Way – a long distance walk. It is a traditional English pub serving good wholesome homemade pub food, and is famous for being a real ale pub. [...]

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The White Horse Inn. A dog friendly place to eat in Shropshire.

Accommodation available only restriction is prewarning and dogs not to be left alone in rooms.

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Well behaved dogs welcome on leads in tea garden and conservatory. Water bowls available.

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Dogpeople Rating: Top

We have a gorgeous Irish Setter, Clipper, who loves to make new friends. He was born January 2011 (you can see pictures of him on our website). He doesn’t mind his new friends sharing his water bowl outside, and the staff will show you where to find the [...]

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Greyhound Coaching Inn. A dog friendly place to eat in Leicestershire.

Guests can expect a warm welcome to this Grade II listed building and enjoy superb professionally home-cooked food in the Restaurant, lounge or bar area. Dogs welcome in lounge and bar areas which serve a great selection of drinks including real ales & extensive wine list. The Greyhound hotel offers [...]

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The Beagle Bar . A dog friendly place to eat in Gloucestershire.

Dog-friendly bedrooms available for anyone wishing to stay the night, lots of great walks nearby and our own garden to explore!

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Water bowl in bar and patio garden. Dog-owner guests get free guide to hotel, local walks and visitor attractions. Breakfast with dogs can be taken, by special request, in bar. Non-smoking; 2 AA Rosette restaurant and bar open to non-residents & families with children; Special dinner, bed & breakfast rates for [...]

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Superb walking country direct from the pub. Water available, dog towels on request.

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Bear Hotel. A dog friendly place to eat in Powys.

Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons surrounded by numerous walks for dogs plus a beautiful meadow by the river for dogs to run and play.

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We are close to the coast with lots of areas for walks including Bosherston Lily Ponds and beaches like Broad Haven, Barafundle and Freshwater East/West. Dog water bowls are available on request and normally placed outside in hot weather.

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Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel. A dog friendly place to eat in South Wales and Gower.

Dog walks abound all around. On the Beacons Way (Brecon Beacons). See www.dogfriendlywales.com website for a detailed breakdown of each walk (use link above). Owners must enjoy walking for your dog will want to try out each walk. See also our hotel directory entry.

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There is a terrace area overlooking the river, this has a hose pipe and dog bowl. There is a short river side walk. Food is prepared using all local produce. There is an excellent butcher in the village. Local real ale.

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Foresters Arms offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, serving traditional ales and home-cooked food, lunchtimes and evenings.

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Well behaved dogs welcome in the bar and some hotel bedrooms – water bowl and titbits available

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8 acres of hotel grounds adjacent to miles of walks through local forest to waterfalls with trails marked out.

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We are dog friendly pub. Located at Solway Firth we are a perfect spot to bring dogs for a lovely walk on the beach. We offer free treats to every dog! We also allow dogs in our self catering cottage.

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