There’s a reason The Pandora Inn has become one of Cornwall’s most iconic dog friendly destination-pubs; it’s one of those crowd-pleasing spots that could quite happily rely on its views alone, but thankfully, oodles of passion and energy lie behind the deliciously hearty menus and super-friendly service.
Described on their Instagram feed as ‘Grandma cuisine’, The Old Pharmacy hits just the right note in the quaint Somerset town of Bruton, offering a great spot to eat hearty and well thought through dishes with your dog at your side.
On Cornwall’s foodie map, Appleton’s has been transformed by friendly owners, Andy and Lyndsey Appleton – offering a tasteful space that sits at the hub of Fowey’s busy Fore Street. The two storey restaurant welcomes dogs on the ground floor where they will be looked after with a water bowl and a potential treat or two.
Atlantic Bar and Kitchen, Polzeath is a super dog-friendly beachside venue with a laidback vibe, sea views and a contemporary style.
The Beach Hut is Watergate Bay’s long-standing dog-friendly beach hangout, whether you’re after a warming mug of hot chocolate after a cold water swim, a lazy brunch before a day at the beach or casual lunch or supper with friends.
Indulge in freshest seafood with your four-legged friend at your side. Prawn on the Lawn is a fish-bar, with a foodie-experience at the heart.
PAW ALERT – Pizza Jockeys have moved and are currently opening their new dog friendly venue in Falmouth. Updated listing coming soon…
The Mariners pub in Rock ticks all the boxes when it comes to elevated dog-friendly dining. The 130-cover eatery overlooks Cornwall’s Camel Estuary, and boasts a seasonal daily-changing menu.
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.