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MY Favourite Dog Friendly Places To Eat



When visiting Cornwall with your furry accomplice you’ll need to find places to refuel so you’re able to continue on your adventures. We’ve compiled a list below of our favourite places who are are ready to welcome you, as well as a little taster of what they have to offer.


1. The Angry Anchovy, Port Isaac

The Angry Anchovy is a charming pizza place, located in Port Isaac. In their own words “We feel that dogs are as much a part of the family as everyone else, so they are likely to receive a fuss from our team. We offer complimentary dog pizzas for all our furry friends which are made to order from the same ingredients we use for our human customers”.

2. The Rock Inn, Rock

The Rock Inn, is situated with one of the most superb views in Cornwall, gazing out across the Camel Estuary over towards Padstow and out to sea. It makes the perfect place to sit down and refuel after walking across to Daymar on the beach, which is dog friendly all year!

3. The Cornish Arms, St Merryn

The Cornish Arms describes itself as a simple British pub. Now part of Stein collection, you can expect excellent quality and first class service. Dogs are allowed both inside the pub and out in the beer garden on leads.

4. Shipwrights, Padstow

Shipwrights sits right on edge of Padstow Harbour. Giving you a place to sit and escape the hustle and bustle of the town, after you’ve finished exploring the winding streets. The staff here are extremely welcoming to your furry friends.

5. Atlantic Bar & Kitchen, Polzeath

The Atlantic provides the most amazing view from Polzeath, looking straight out to sea. It is an excellent place to relax after exploring the coastal path or the waves. The beach here is dog friendly all day in the winter however there is a restriction during the summer months between 10am and 6pm.

6. The Bottle, Newquay

The Bottle is a stunning little restaurant, located in Newquay. It is very dog friendly, and couldn’t be more welcoming. Inspired by France the owners have recreated the friendly informal vibe of French wine bars.