Pub and Restaurant. Great spot at the harbour for food, drinks & hospitality. Dogs very welcome. Live music and lovely beer garden. It’s on the Fife coastal path.
Amazing food in on old style tavern. Lovely welcoming log fire in winter and sunny patio on the riverside. Free biscuits for our canine friends. On the Fife coastal path.
Always a lovely welcome and great breakfast and coffee al fresco. Dog treats. On the Fife coastal path.
Dog friendly places along the Fife coastal path
I have searched for my own dog friendly cafe for 4 years now and when the village shop approached me to open a cafe I was delighted.
It is a small cafe, but very doggy.
I make dog biscuits which I've been selling for the last 4 years and have raised over £13,000 for local dog rescues. 3A High Street, LE65 1WJ
Gather has been in Carnoustie for a few years and recently transferred to larger premises and this has allowed them to include a cafe facility. I visited to buy fresh local produce and extended my stay to include an excellent cup of coffee and piece of delicious cake.
Bethany the owner told me that they were a dog friendly establishment so for my next visit I took Moss our family collie with me. He was treated equally as well as I was and enjoyed a drink of fresh water which had been brought to him by our lovely waitress.
He then settled down to watch the other people in the cafe section and enjoyed the attention he was given by them, being handsome he is quite accustomed to this!
Piece Of Cake Cafe
Dogs welcomed with their own mat and a free biscuit. Owners can have sumptuous home baked cakes, exotic beverages and tasty snacks. Skipton road, BB18 5NB
Esse Factory Cafe
Just off the L&L canal towpath, call in after a beautiful walk for meals, snacks and cakes cooked on an Esse oven, with a wide choice of beverages. Dogs get a free biscuit.
Long Ing estate (near bridge), BB18 6BJ
The Barlick Tap
Wide range of real ales and other drinks in a cosy, friendly atmosphere. Dogs welcome.
6 Newtown, BB18 5UQ
The Reader Cafe in Calderstones Park. One of the most dog friendly places we have in Liverpool and in 18 or so months will get a bigger and better cafe! Currently relocated but the Reader organisation made sure our four legged friends still had somewhere to rest paws and enjoy a treat as well as the owners!! Dog treats also on sale and in the ice cream parlour next door frozen yogurt for dogs.
Would recommend lovely park lots of runs and in the summer lots to do for children with a miniature railway on edge of park. Calderstones Rd, L18 3JB
Take a walk in Calderstones Park and come to The Reader Cafe to rest your paws and recharge with their dog treats!
This is a privately owned beach but dogs are welcome on the beach (off lead), and on the Coast Path alongside the chalets (on lead). There is a large pay and display car park and from the beach there is a 2 mile walk one way to Minehead, or a 2 mile walk along the newly created Steam Coast Trail to Blue Anchor in the other direction. The holiday park at the beach has a cafe and kiosk for refreshments.
Yarn Market Hotel in the High Street.
The hotel has a cosy restaurant separate from the main restaurant in which dogs are welcome and offers soup, teas, coffees throughout the day and light meals at lunchtime. Dogs get offered a biscuit (with the permission of the owner!) and for people holidaying in the area a leaflet is available showing places where your dogs are allowed, such as pubs, tea rooms, attractions.
I have not stayed at the hotel as I am local but they have dog friendly rooms and guests also get a small dog gift pack when staying.
Dunster Castle and Gardens.
Although not able to go in the castle itself, dogs are welcome to walk on a lead throughout the castle grounds and gardens.
Even if not visiting the castle a walk can be taken around the old Deer Park fields, with a lovely river running alongside where dogs can enjoy a cooling splash in the Summer (or even the Winter if they feel so inclined!)
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