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What Plymouth PUBS let you bring your dog along?

Updated: Oct 16, 2019

We all hate leaving our furry friends behind when we head out for some fun; this list will help you plan your next adventure with your best friend accordingly.



Is your doggo welcome at your favourite pub or bar? Check the list below to be sure:

The Fisherman's Arms - Dog friendly pub in Plymouth's Barbican.

The Treasury Bar - Well behaved owners on leads only please!

The Bread and Roses - Plymouth’s only social enterprise pub welcomes friendly dogs.

The Eagle Pub - Located on Cornwall Street, in the City Centre, this friendly dog pub offers Sky TV with cheap homemade food.

The Notte Inn - Unfortunately, your furry friend will only be welcomed in the bar area, but you can still enjoy a full menu at the bar.

The Marina Bar - This Sutton Harbour favourite offers a great range of largers, ciders, wines and cocktails served by friendly staff. While you enjoy your drink, your pooch can munch on some biscuits.

The Fortescue - Dogs are very welcome in this friendly Mutley Plain pub, where eight types of real ale are served each day, alongside a full pub food menu.

The Pub on the Hoe - Located on Citadel Road, this pub also offers letting accommodation, and dogs are allowed in the bar area where they will be provided with biscuits and water.

The Watering Hole - Here's another Barbican favourite that's canine friendly.

Dutton's Cafe Continental - Overlooking Plymouth Sound, this dog friendly pub offers all its furry customers a free doggy chew.

The West Hoe pub - They welcome all local dogs, provided their owners can behave as well.

The Waterfront - Their owners have dogs of their own, so furries are welcome here.

Seco Lounge - This Royal William Yard favourite also welcomes dogs. Treats and water bowls will be provided.

The Compton Inn - Canines can join their human for a good night out at this local pub.

As a mindful follower pointed out, the Hyde Park pub, on Mutley Plain, is also dog friendly.


A few other mentions:

  • Boringdon Arms (Turnchapel)

  • The Bridge (Mount Batten)

  • The Mussel Inn (Down Thomas)

  • The Brook Inn (Plympton)

  • Miner's Arms (Hemerdon)

  • The Odd Wheel (Wembury)

  • The White Thorn Inn (Shaugh Prior)

  • The Rose and Crown (Yealmpton)

  • The Who’d Have Thought It Inn (Milton Coombe)

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