Dog Friendly Restaurants In Herefordshire

Walking with the dog? Once you’re all tuckered out grab a bite to eat at these dog friendly restaurants in Herefordshire.

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When you’re out and about with your four legged best friend, you’ll be wanting some up to date options of dog friendly restaurants, pubs and cafes to keep your energy and entertainment levels up!

Dive into the list below of eateries you can enjoy with your furry friends!

Looking to discover dog walks in or near Herefordshire? Check out our list of 14 places for dog walks in Herefordshire.

The Den uses locally sourced ingredients to serve up hearty portions of British & Continental style food, with lashings of sauce & flavour!

Vibrant atmosphere, especially on Saturdays where you can book in a bottomless brunch with friends!

Lovely outside space that is dog friendly, where you can look over the beautiful Left Bank Courtyard and River Wye.

This is an ideal stop off after exploring The Breinton Springs Circular Walk.

The Beefy Boys is located in the newly renovated Old Market and specialises in tantalising 100% Herefordshire beef burgers, beers and delicious cocktails.

The team have recently expanded their outside coverage so now a lot more space to enjoy your meals with friends, plus your dogs are welcome!

The De Koffie Pot is a much-loved coffee house overlooking the riverside courtyard at The Left Bank Village.

A fabulous place to spend time with friends – human and furry friends alike!

An ideal pit stop during any time of day to sit back and enjoy a cuppa or a glass of vino!

A wonderful walk can be had following the River Wye leading to The Bunch of Carrots. Great views and a decent walk with your four legged friends to then stop off at The Bunch of Carrots for a refreshing pint of Herefordshire cider or a hearty plate of sausage and mash!

Two other walks in Herefordshire not far from The Carrots are the Woolhope and Mordiford circular walks and don’t forget the woodland trails at Haugh Wood which are ideal for dog walking.

Several dog friendly restaurants in the area.

The Riverside Inn Aymestrey is situated deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside, surrounded by the natural beauty of the River Lugg valley.

Enjoy fresh, ethically sourced ingredients and a vibrant atmosphere at the Riverside Inn.

The team have designated ‘dog tables’ in the bar so your dogs can enjoy their time in the restaurant as much as you!

The Secret Garden is located on the outskirts of Hereford City centre, and is a relaxed country pub where you can expect great food and a roaring fire, where families and four-legged friends are welcome and where special events and live music lift the spirit.

The Monument is a great local in Hereford, with a fantastic reputation for its traditional pub food. A great pub with fantastic social atmosphere, you can sit back and chill with a beer, pool tables, screens to watch sports and an outside bar area to enjoy time in the sun with your dog!

The Golden Cross Inn has a large bar area, featuring a stone counter with a huge English Oak top, playing host to a fantastic array of drinks.

No Herefordshire pub would be complete without a broad selection of locally produced cider and The Golden Cross is no exception!

The Lichfield Vaults is a welcoming Hereford City Centre pub tucked away in Church Street, a minute’s walk from both the Hereford Cathedral and High Town.

Serving simple and tasty Greek cuisine in a cosy and relaxing atmosphere. Sit back and indulge in some of the finest ales, while with your dog’s outside in their lovely decked seating area.

The Barrels is an 18th Century coaching inn that is formed partly from the old city wall and is one of the last multi-roomed pubs in Hereford. A down-to-earth and vibrant pub with bundles of outdoor space to hang out with friends – two and four legged alike!

It attracts an eclectic clientele who come for the lively, friendly atmosphere and, of course, excellent beer.

Alma Inn

The Alma Inn offers home cooked pub food which is prepared using the best locally sourced ingredients.

Dogs are welcomed and the staff were very friendly – couldn’t ask for more.

Don’t forget the annual Linton Music Festival held at the Alma, one of many Festivals in Herefordshire which a great for dog lovers

Whilst in Ross why not try the 3 mile John Kyrle circular walk or for the more adventurous try the 3 day Ross On Wye Walking Festival.

With a wonderful, friendly team, The Trumpet Inn can offer you excellent range of drinks. A fantastic kitchen team offer a great menu to tempt your taste buds.

After walking the Malvern Hills why not recharge your batteries with a spot of lunch or early evening dinner. Familes and dogs are welcomed.

The Crown and Anchor dates from the early 18th century and is a recently-refurbished black and white building hosting two bars and a large fireplace, making it very welcoming in winter.

Dogs are welcome in the outdoor terrace and beers garden where BBQ’s are frequently held in the summer!

The Coffee Corner lets you enjoy a truly continental, pavement cafe scene, full of ambiance and atmosphere.

Here you can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee or hot chocolate from a team of fully trained baristas, while watching people pass by with your four legged friend. Bliss.

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