Exeter, Devon, England
Great cafe right on the Quay
Newly opened and very dog friendly, this is a great place to stop for a coffee when in Exeter. You can sit inside - as we did - or outside and watch the world go by. Great cake and the dog loved his biscuit.
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Wonderful cottage on a farm overlooking the fields with sheep and baby lambs. Our dog was fascinated by them and spent most of the time looking out at them from the floor to ceiling windows. Extremely well kept and appointed and clean (we stayed in the two bedroom Cart House) and very convenient for nearby Beverley and the coast. It's not cheap but worth it for a treat and what you get. The only thing I would say is that, because it's so well done and of a high standard, that it's definitely not a place for muddy paws!
Seer Green, Buckinghamshire, England
This is a lovely little cosy pub with fantastic food which very fortunately also welcomes dogs in the bar area (where a full menu is served). It's only small so probably best to book in advance. We had great rib eye steaks at very reasonable prices. And the dog enjoyed it too!
Seemed to work for us
We tried this product as we have a dog who gets slightly anxious in certain situations and hoped that this would calm him down without resorting to traditional medicines . And it seems to have worked. He's been having four drops a day in his food for the last four months and is certainly more chilled and less anxious. It's not a cheap product - and not that easy to get hold of on the UK - but a little goes a long way and we definitely think it's worth it.
Much cheaper than a visit to the vet!
We were prescribed this paste by the vet when our dog had a bout of diarrhoea and it worked wonders. It's a natural paste and the dog loved it. When we found we could buy it online - much cheaper than a visit to the vet - we bought a couple of tubes to add to our doggy medicine cabinet. Sure it's not for times when the dog is displaying other symptoms which should be looked at by a vet but does the job when he's just eaten something slightly off in the park!
Battle, East Sussex, England
A cuppa with the dog
This is a good place to know in Battle as it's dog friendly inside so somewhere cosy for a cup of tea of coffee if the weather's not that great. The ladies in the cafe were both very friendly and the dog got a biscuit so he was happy too. We only had drinks but cakes, sandwiches etc were also available and it looked popular with the locals. The prices were very reasonable.
Battle, East Sussex, England
Dog friendly but food not great
Dogs are allowed in the pub and there are also three outside spaces. Water was provided for the dog. Our meals, however, weren't great and the food tasted as if they had just come from the microwave with not particularly high quality ingredients. Service was friendly but probably best just to stick to drinks.
Rye, East Sussex, England
Lovely pub, great food and dog friendly!
This pub is just on the outskirts of the main town centre and is well worth taking the time to find. It is dog friendly inside but also has a lovely terrace outside with some shade on a hot day. The food was so good we went twice - would recommend the pizzas but everything was delicious. Water bowl provided for the dog. It's an unusual, unique place and I would highly recommend it.
Hastings, East Sussex, England
Lovely spot opposite the pier
We walked down the seafront to the pier as dogs are allowed on the beach to the west of this and after a refreshing dip (the dog not us) on a hot day we stopped for lunch at the cafe/bar in the White Rock hotel opposite. It has a lovely terrace overlooking the promenade with lots of shade and is a great place for watching the world go by. Dog water bowls and treats available and for the humans a selection of platters, salads and sandwiches. We chose the Fisherman's platter which was delicious and excellent value. Friendly service too. Dogs are also allowed inside on a lead so a good doggy swimming stop.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Lovely pub just outside Cheltenham
This is an easy to find country pub. Dogs are welcome in the large bar area where there was plenty of space for him to lie down without getting in the way. There's also a nice patio area and garden outside when (if!) the weather's fine. Water was provided for the dog on request. The menu for humans is extensive with plenty of choice. The fish dish we chose was good as were the portion sizes. A nice relaxing place for lunch with your canine friend.