Your Search Results
Take a look through the results below, or use the filters to select the facilities you want. You can also sort the listings by the popularity or distance.
Worth making the effort to find this large, dog-friendly cafe. It's easy walking distance from the P&D car park on Rayrigg Road (not Rayrigg Meadows)
New owners (2019) are breathing life into this lovely building on the A456 near Tenbury Wells. Before you go in do pause to admire the original door stonework, it's wonderful.
Relaxed and friendly cafe and shop on the A456. Play area for children and it's a handy place to know about between the Midlands and Wales for your holiday doggiestop.
A good stopping place for families and of course dogs. Expect a friendly welcome in this dog-friendly pub surrounded by fine fresh air.
Wine bar / dog-friendly cafe hidden away under the Brunel bridge.
When you really need a cream tea, and a short stroll with the dog, a dog-friendly tea room set in heritage surroundings is the only place to be.
The name of this place has puzzled me for ages. I finally got round to looking it up and it's just 'alder trees on top of a hill'. Oh well.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Warm and dog-friendly country inn, with more-ish food and a dog walk from the door.
Dog-friendly and welcoming country pub within easy reach of the lovely dog walks in Delamere Forest.
Traditional and welcoming pub where dogs get a friendly reception.
A set of spooky stone circles and atmospheric moorland makes this a fine place for a walk with the dog at any time of the year.
Traditional pub on the Worcestershire / Shropshire border. A warm welcome awaits and there is a fine walk on common land.