The Pandora Inn, Restronguet Creek, Falmouth

The Pandora Inn Cornwall

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.

The Old Pharmacy – Bruton, Somerset

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.

Appleton’s Bar & Restaurant – Fowey

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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.

The Beach Hut – Watergate Bay

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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.

Prawn on the Lawn – Padstow

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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.

Pizza Jockeys – Newquay

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PAW ALERT – Pizza Jockeys have moved and are currently opening their new dog friendly venue in Falmouth. Updated listing coming soon…

The Mariners Public House – Rock

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.

The Cadeleigh Arms – Cadeleigh

The Cadeleigh Arms Pub

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.