Discover Dog-Friendly Pubs on Holiday in the West Country

England's South West is home to many country inns, as well as chain pubs, many of which serve food as well as drinks.   Holidaying with your dog is a popular choice and finding a pooch-friendly pub on holiday can be a challenge.  To help you find a dog-friendly inn, we have prepared this list of pets welcome pubs in the West Country.

Some of the most dog-friendly pubs in Cornwall include:

•    The Watering Hole, Perranporth

•    The Sloop Inn, St Ives

•    The Halsetown Inn, Halsetown

•    The Blue Peter Inn, Polperro

•    Pandora Inn, Falmouth

•    The Turks Head, Penzance

•    The St. Kew Inn, Bodmin

•    The Kings Arms, Marazion



Pooch-Friendly Pubs in Devon

Pet-friendly inns in Devon include:

•    The Cary Arms, Babbacombe Bay

•    The Victoria Inn, Salcombe

•    The George and Dragon, Dartmouth

•    The Travellers Rest, Whitestone

•    The Castle Inn, Lydford

•    The Devon Arms, Torquay

•    The Grove, Exmouth

•    The Fisherman's Arms, Plymouth



Dogs-Welcome Inns in Somerset

The following are some of the most pet-friendly pubs in Somerset:

•    The Dolphin, Ilminster

•    The King Alfred Inn, Bridgwater

•    The Rose and Crown, East Lyng near Taunton

•    The Hairy Dog, Minehead

•    The White Horse, Bradford on Tone

•    The Bath Arms, Cheddar

•    Exmoor White Horse Inn, Exmoor National Park



Pet-Friendly Pubs in Dorset

Want to enjoy a relaxing drink with your pet pooch in tow on holiday in Dorset?  The following are pet-friendly pubs in Dorset:

•    The Black Dog, Weymouth

•    The Black Swan Inn, Swanage

•    The Royal Standard, Lyme Regis

•    The Fisherman's Haunt, Christchurch

•    The Castle Inn, Lulworth

•    The Greyhound Inn, Corfe Castle


When planning a visit to a dog-friendly pub in the West Country, do remember that pets welcome policies can change, so we recommend that you 'paws' for a moment and call the pub you're interested in before visiting to ensure that they still welcome dogs.   Also do remember that although certain inns have a pets welcome policy, hounds will be expected to be kept on a lead and well behaved whilst at the establishment.  If your dog barks alot and struggles to settle in social settings it may be advisable to visit a pub with outdoor seating for those with dogs.

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