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Search our dog friendly pubs, restaurants and cafes in Cumbria, for eating places happy to accommodate your dog while you enjoy a meal and a drink.
Located in the centre of the pretty village of Pooley Bridge, at the northern end and adjacent to, Lake Ullswater. Featuring a traditional bar, timber beams, welcoming log fires, and beer garden. Dogs and walkers particularly welcome.
Circle Café Bar serves fresh, interesting and affordable food in a comfortable, informal atmosphere. Dog bowl available, just ask. Close to railway and bus stations. Covered outdoor seating, perfect for rainy days.
The King George IV is a classic Lake District inn, with log fires, oak beams, slate floors and an abundance of history to go with it. The inn is situated in a magical place, nestling amongst the stunning fells of the western Lake District in the heart of Eskdale. [...]
Great walks for all abilities in the nearby, secluded, Howgill Fells and the Eden Valley. Dogs welcome in our bar area where our full menu is also served. Water bowl available.
Family, dog and people friendly. Already non-smoking. Real Ales. Fine wines.
The pub is family friendly, with highchairs available for the little ones, and also welcomes 4 legged friends in the bar and pool room. Disabled access and assisted WC facilities make the pub open to all. Outside there are two of areas for seating, with a couple of benches to [...]
Located in the beautiful Eskdale valley in the tiny hamlet of Boot, a traditional pub dating back to 17th century, recently refurbished to a high standard, with cosy log fire. Selection of real ales. Walks at all levels – riverside, fells and mountains right on the doorstep! [...]
Well behaved dogs welcome in the bar and some hotel bedrooms – water bowl and titbits available
Beneath the rugged fells of Troutbeck Valley, just outside Windermere and Ambleside in the English Lake District. Please keep your dog on its lead in public areas Please consider other people, if your dog misbehaves you may be asked to take the dog to your room if residents. Children welcome.