We've found 11 dog friendly pubs in Northumberland.
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Café with a simple menu with sandwiches and jacket pots making up most of what they offer.
The café is happy to allow dogs inside.
Friendly cafe serving home made cakes and scones, sandwiches and hot food in front of a cozy log fire or on a large outdoor terrace. Good food can be eaten inside on wet days where dogs are welcome - just as the sign says on their window.
Dogs are welcome in the pets area at the front of the cafe and on the deck outside.
The Anchor2 Cheviot Street , Wooler, Northumberland NE71 6LN
T: 01668 281412
www: The Anchor
The Anchor Inn is a family run B&B located in the beautiful village of Wooler, Northumberland, UK. If you are a looking for wonderful bed and breakfast accommodation or a cosy place to have a drink and hearty meal, The Anchor Inn is sure to delight with its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Dogs welcome in the bar and beer garden. Dogs may stay in the guest bedrooms.
Dandelion CaféNether Grange, Alnmouth, Northumberland NE66 2RZ
T: 01665 830431
www: Dandelion Café
Setting new standards of coffee quality and offering a full range of speciality leaf teas, supplied by Belfast based Suki Tea, Dandelion is a new chain of Cafés, Café Bistros and Café Bars, with its roots in the tradition of the British tearoom.
Dogs are welcome in the lovely courtyard but not inside the café. There are great views over the nearby golf course and the sea from the courtyard.
Jolly Fisherman InnHaven Hill, Craster, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 3TR
T: 01665 576461
www: Jolly Fisherman Inn
Waterside pub set in a small fishing village. Fresh seafood dishes are a speciality.
Dogs welcome anywhere on the ground floor.
The Three Wheat Heads InnThropton, Nr Rothbury, Northumberland NE65 7LR
T: 01669 620262
www: The Three Wheat Heads Inn
The Three Wheat Heads is a charming three hundred year old Northumbrian country pub in the attractive village of Thropton with breathtaking views overlooking the Simonside Hills.
Dogs welcome. There is a dedicated guest bedroom for dog owners.
The Blackcock Country Inn & RestaurantFalstone, Hexham, Northumberland NE48 1AA
T: 01434 240200
www: The Blackcock Country Inn & Restaurant
The Blackcock Country Inn and Restaurant is an award winning 17th century Inn (the first and last in England) traditionally built in local stone and situated in a picturesque village next to the stunning scenery and wildlife of Kielder Water & Forest Park.
This pub has "5 Paw" guest bedrooms, providing water bowls, squeaky toys and Bonios. Dogs are allowed in the rooms and the bar.
The General Havelock InnRatcliffe Road, Haydon Bridge, Hexham, Northumberland NE47 6ER
T: 01434 684376
Traditional pub set close to the River Tyne. There is an attractive south-facing terrace and local ales and produce are served.
Battlesteads Hotel & RestaurantWark, Hexham, Northumberland NE48 3LS
T: 01434 230209
www: Battlesteads Hotel & Restaurant
Former farmhouse with a bar with a wood-burning stove and a large conservatory leading to a secret walled garden. Prime local ingredients are sourced for the large restaurant.
Dogs are welcome in the bar of the pub anytime. The pub also has dog friendly guest bedrooms.
The Ship InnThe Square, Low Newton by the Sea, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 3EL
T: 01665 576262
www: The Ship Inn
Delightful fishing inn set close to the village green and beach. Local produce is served and the pub has its own microbrewery and also stocks guest ales.
Well behaved dogs on a lead welcome.
The Boatside InnWarden, Hexham, Northumberland NE46 4SQ
T: 01434 602233
www: The Boatside Inn
Attractive country pub nestling between the South Tyne river and the wooded slopes of Warden Hill. Hearty meals and real ales are served. The pub has a lawned garden.
Dogs on a lead welcome in the bar area and garden as long as they are kept by your table.