Top 10 Dog Friendly Bars and Pubs in Cornwall | Holidays in Cornwall | 2020
Cornwall is spoilt for choice when it comes to dog friendly bars and pubs! No matter where you are in the county, you will almost definitely find a bar or pub that’s suitable for both you and your four-legged friend! Take a look at our top 10 dog friendly bars and pubs in Cornwall!
Blue Bar, Porthtowan
The Blue Bar in Porthtowan is a beach side bar, with a relaxed atmosphere and stunning sea views. This friendly bar caters for all ages and allows dogs inside the bar and on the terrace. Just seconds from the beach, this bar is a fantastic spot for a drink after an evening dog walk on Porthtowan beach.
Five Degrees West, Falmouth
In the heart of Falmouth, this bar and restaurant caters for all – families, groups, children and dogs! They have a wide selection of drinks available and the food is simply delicious! The staff are welcoming and attentive to customers and dogs are welcomed with some fuss and a tasty treat!
Sandbar, Praa Sands
Located in an idyllic spot overlooking Praa Sands Beach, the Sandbar is a stylish and contemporary bar with an informal atmosphere and stunning panoramic views of the ocean. It has comfy sofas, a wide selection of drinks to offer and is a great spot for a bite to eat! Families and dogs are welcome in this bar and it even has a number of gaming machines to entertain you!
The Witchball, The Lizard
The most southerly pub in mainland Britain, The Witchball is a bar and restaurant that’s located in the picturesque village of The Lizard. The Witchball serves an array of local drinks and delicious meals made with fresh local produce, all at affordable prices! Dogs are most welcome too, with treats available for all well-behaved fury friends!
The Watering Hole, Perranporth
The Watering Hole is the only bar that’s located on a beach in the whole of the UK! It’s located on Perranporth Beach, which happens to be dog friendly all year round. This popular bar allows dogs both inside and outside. It has a relaxed atmosphere, with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and is a great spot to watch the sun go down!
Bar 35, Bude
Bar 35 is a relaxed drinks bar in Bude that has a lot to offer! Their well-stocked bar is located in the centre of Bude, serving a range of local beers, ales and ciders, as well as plenty of other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. There is seating both indoors and outdoors, with cosy sofas and a TV that shows live BT sport! It’s a fun and friendly bar that is also dog friendly. It doesn’t serve food; however, customers are welcome to bring their own or order takeaways to the bar.
The Cobweb Inn, Boscastle
The Cobweb Inn, which is set in the heart of Boscastle, is a wonderful quirky pub with a welcoming atmosphere and allows dogs in both the bar and restaurant area. It’s a pub that’s full of history, which dates back to the 1700s. Today, this pub has it all, serving high quality pub grub, it has a family room with books and colouring for children and also a sociable bar area with a cosy fire.
The Punchbowl & Ladle, Truro
Located on the outskirts of Truro, nestled amongst beautiful woodlands, The Punchbowl & Ladle is a cosy pub serving delicious pub classics and local beverages. The traditional Cornish pub dates back to the 15thCentury, however, has recently undergone a refurbishment, which whilst preserving its’ history, has opened up a bright dining space and bar area that caters to all! The Punchbowl & Ladle is dog friendly, and whether you’re going for a meal, or just a drink, your four-legged friend is welcome by your table!
Shipwrights is a lovely dog friendly pub that is located right in the heart of Padstow. This pub is a great stopping off point for those exploring the coast with their furry friends. It serves delicious food, all made with fresh local produce and the location offers a beautiful view of Padstow Harbour. Watch the boats come and go from the harbour with your favourite Cornish beverage!
The Jolly Sailor Inn, Looe
Visit one of the oldest pubs in the UK, the Jolly Sailor Inn in Looe. It is a cosy and inviting pub, with an olde English style that serves delicious pub food and has a wide selection of drinks. Staff are welcoming to all, dogs included, with treats at the ready for well behaved doggies! If you’re looking for a traditional pub that is full of character, that also allows dogs, this is the pub for you!