Dog-friendly Pub

Dog friendly pubs and restaurants in Southern England

Dine out comfortable in the knowledge that your pet dog is welcome to join you at one of the dog friendly places to eat listed on DogPeople.

We list a wide range of pubs, bars and cafés across the UK, geared up to accommodate your dog while you enjoy a meal, drink or a snack. Pubs and cafes that welcome your pet are the perfect accompaniment to a good walk with your dog, so do check out our dog blog which contains plenty of ideas of places to go across the country.

We at DogPeople are very partial to enjoying meals out and we have reported on our experiences with those dog friendly cafes, pubs and restaurants listed on our pages. You can see what we've had to say (often with photos of the food we've enjoyed) wherever you see our 'DogPeople Says' link. Often a great sign of a dog-welcoming pub is the landlord's own pet freely wandering around. A number of the pubs we've visited ourselves over the years provide water and treats for your dog.

Browse or search our dog friendly places to eat by locating the selecting the region of the country you are interested in below. If you wish to narrow the list further, each region is divided into areas containing plenty of places for you to eat with your dog by your side.



Here is a selection of our dog friendly pubs and restaurants listings. Narrow your search to a specific area to see more.

The Inn with the Well. A pub in Marlborough, Wiltshire.

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

The Christopher Hotel. A bar and restaurant in Windsor, Berkshire.

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

Dogpeople Rating: Top
The Castle Inn. A pub in Wareham, 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.

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 [...]