Sykes Cottages: selection of Dog Friendly properties
 
 
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Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Devon
The Old Inn  Kilmington, Nr Axminster. 01297-32096 <I>"Dog friendly, good food"</I>.   
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Cumbria
Golden Rule, Ambleside  The Golden Rule, tucked away off the main road in Ambleside; a traditional and unchanging multi-roomed public house in the heart of The Lake District.  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Somerset
Victorian Cafe  ...on the Prom ...near the Pier, at Weston Super Mare  
 
Accommodation - Self Catering & Cottages - Cumbria
The Brown Horse Inn  A range of luxury self catering cottages situated in and around the Winster Valley, our cottages sleep from 2-8 people - any residents of the cottages receive 10% discount on food at The Brown Horse.  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Herefordshire
The Temple Bar Inn,  Ewyas Harold. 01981 240423 Dogs welcome.  
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Cumbria
Shepherds Inn   Melmerby, Cumbria. 01768 881919   
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Somerset
The Wishing Well Tea Rooms  The Cliffs, Cheddar. Family run business serving home made food. Speciality Cream Teas. 01934 742142   
 
Dog Days Out - Something Different! - Shropshire
The Plant Centre - Ludlow  Unique garden centre: gifts, plants, pots & garden decor. Dog items/dog-themed gifts & cards. ALL dogs welcome. Water bowl, picnic tables on site or eat in Ludlow Kitchen conservatory from 10.30am.  
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Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants -
The Bake House - Kennel Club  Dogs are welcome in our garden and also their own dedicated covered space 'The Kennel' where we provide treats, towels, toys and blankets for your pooch to enjoy. They even get their own loyalty card!  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Scottish Borders
The Ship Inn  East Port, Melrose 01896 822191   
 
Accommodation - Hotels, B&Bs, Guest Houses - Scottish Borders
The Red Lion, Earlston  Dogs welcome in guest rooms - no extra charge. Doggy welcome pack - Bowl, treat and welcome letter from Dave the Dog. Dogs welcome in bar. Water bowls and dog treats available.
Number of dogs: Varies with size please contact  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Accommodation - Hotels, B&Bs, Guest Houses - Dorset
The Crown Inn @ Puncknowle  A lovely 16th century thatched inn located in a pretty Dorset village, close to Dorchester, Chesil beach and Abbotsbury. Home-cooked food, good beer and dog friendly thoughout. Loads of walks nearby.
Number of dogs: 2 dogs  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Lancashire
Lowther Gardens Cafe  ...in the Lowther Gardens in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire - accepts dogs into the cafe on the sea front.  
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Lancashire
Hare & Hounds, Abbey Village, Chorley  Great walkers pub and very dog friendly. Food served. Tel: 01254 832290  
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Dorset
Oliver's Coffee House, Sherborne  We offer a range of homemade cakes, sandwiches, quiches and other light lunches made from locally sourced ingredients. We welcome dogs inside and outside and will be pleased to make a fuss of them!  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - North Yorkshire
The Falls Cafe - Ingleton  Dogs are <U>not allowed inside</U> the cafe but there is an area which is undercover. There is also a constant supply of freshly filled water bowls together with jars of Bonios!  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Accommodation - Hotels, B&Bs, Guest Houses - North Yorkshire
The Wheatsheaf Inn, Ingleton  The Wheatsheaf is a dog friendly hotel in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Ingleton. Dogs are welcome in our newly refurbished en-suite rooms, bar and dining room. Get in touch for details
Number of dogs: 2 dogs  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Accommodation - Hotels, B&Bs, Guest Houses - Aberdeenshire
The Hadrian Hotel  The Hadrian Hotel can be found amongst the rolling hills of the Tyne Valley, Northumberland where Hadrians Wall crosses the River Tyne near the ancient market town of Hexham.  
email: email the advertiser  
 
Eating Out - Pubs, Dining Pubs, Inns - Gloucestershire
The Nag's Head Inn  Ross Road, Longhope   
 
Eating Out - Cafes & Restaurants - Dorset
Potters Cafe, Durngate Street, Dorchester  Town center cafe. Friendly staff, home cooked food, and welcoming to both children and dogs. Tel: 01305 260 312  
 
Symbols key
rural location
rural location
enclosed garden
enclosed garden
open all year
open all year
adults only
adults only
coastal location
coastal location
child friendly
child friendly
wi-fi
wi-fi
short breaks
short breaks
various locations
various locations
vegetarian option
vegetarian option
 
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