When it comes to dining out with your dog, The Cadeleigh Arms have it covered – tucked away in the hills above the River Exe in the rural village of Cadeleigh, near Tiverton – serving seasonal, local and sustainable gastro-style plates, alongside a selection of local ales and gins.
It’s one of our favourite spots in Devon for delicious food, friendliest service as well as its dog-friendly credentials. It’s also a sustainable and seasonal food-led pub, supporting local growers and producers, serving quality fare. We can highly recommend the Sunday roast, by the log fire, an absolute dream during the winter months.
Your canine pals are taken into careful consideration with a toy box if they decide they would like to have a chew or a play. During the colder months, for those sat at the fireside table, there is a cosy dog bed for your pooch to settle down in. In the summer months there is a doggy paddling pool in a shaded area, towels to wipe muddy paws before getting back in your car, a poop station where you can get poop bags to clear up any mishaps and a poop bin to discard the goods. You will also find a basket of balls and sticks on the lawn to play with your fur baby, plus all benches have hooks for dog leads to ensure your dog doesn’t wander too far.
Dogs are welcome in all areas of the pub, and with each booking there is a fresh blanket, fresh bowl of water and a treat waiting at your table. Your dog will be overjoyed to find a full menu for furry friends, including a main course, ‘Pupcicles’ for pudding and a doggy beer or Pawsecco to wash it down with – all proceeds from the menu goes to The Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Owners, Nick and Tina have maps behind the bar – highlighting the best local walking routes, colour-graded, so you know what to expect.
We particularly like the circular river walk that takes in the stunning valley views along the way. There’s also a full downloadable pdf map on their website. https://www.thecadeleigharms.com/pooches
The Cadeleigh Arms offer hos-paw-tality at its best! What a great place to eat, a full fur-baby menu – I was in my element with my chicken, gravy and carrot dinner, I even had a pudding – unheard of!
Loved sitting on a comfy bed by the fire, watching my humans tuck into their lunch. The excitement doesn’t end there, as afterwards we did an hour’s walk with so many great countryside sniffs, what a pawesome day!
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