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.
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 dog-friendly dining pub with good disabled access and a large garden.
Dog friendly country pub in rural Suffolk, yet close to the A12 and the more touristic areas.
The Gordon Arms is a super friendly local pub. Dogs are very welcome, both with the staff and punters. And a lovely coal fire for winter evenings.
This is a good lunchtime stop, with a short stroll around the village for the dog and a really friendly family-run pub with light bites or pub classics on the menu. The pub is dog-friendly too.
Canal-side pub with food available most of the day. Popular with families in summer.
Friendly coffee house with all day food, and fine coffee. And they look after their canine customers very nicely.
A former railway hotel, now upgraded to an award-winning Camra free house. Dogs get a good welcome, with bowls of fresh water provided.
Welcome to some genuine old-school hospitality. Dogs are welcome in the bar and outside tables.
Historic inn on the very edge of Exmoor, and dogs and kids are made welcome. Many walk routes such as the Tarka Trail come fairly close to the pub and it's well placed for a lunchtime stop.
Really good place for a doggiestop in hot weather - the pub seems to come to life with the sunshine!
Sit with the dog and enjoy a superior pint with the pooch in the centre of town. Rather good food here too.