Treat Yourself at These Dog Friendly Restaurants in Anglesey

dog and owner enjoing a meal in a restaurant

All your waggy-tailed adventures and days on the beach are bound to work up quite an appetite. And luckily, plenty of eateries in Anglesey welcome dogs, so you can treat yourself and your pup to a delicious meal in sublime surroundings. Whether you fancy seafood beside the waves, artisan produce with your toes and paws in the sand, or hearty pub grub with a side order of dog treats, treat yourself at these dog-friendly restaurants in Anglesey.

The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn

Restaurant at The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn
Photo courtesy of The White Eagle

Paws are welcome inside this cosy local pub with a big reputation. Nestled in the village of Rhoscolyn, The White Eagle has long been a landmark on the radar of day-trippers, explorers and holidaymakers. Proud of its location and heritage, the drinks and food menus are filled with Welsh tipples and produce – cask ales from local microbreweries, meats from family butchers and, of course, seafood sourced from the Menai Strait. Relax on the sun-drenched terrace with your pooch at your feet or while away an afternoon beside the woodburner in the snug.

Where to stay:
Hideaway in a romantic holiday cottage for two just a few minutes’ walk from The White Eagle and Rhoscolyn Beach.

The Crown, Aberffraw

Anglesey’s Aberffraw beach is a dog-lovers delight, and when you’re done with bounding along the shoreline, you can scamper back through the dunes to this traditional pub in the historic village nearby. Dogs are welcome in The Crown’s bars and garden terrace – the latter being our favourite spot to soak up views of Snowdonia on a sunny day, while sipping Welsh ales and filling up on hearty platters of local ingredients.

Where to stay:
Make yourself at home in a converted ‘old washroom’ cottage, situated in the historic grounds of the court of Prince Llywelyn, the greatest ruler of Wales.

The Oystercatcher, Rhosneigr

Dog friendly restaurant The Oystercatcher, Rhosneigr
Photo courtesy of The Oystercatcher

If oysters really are the food of love, then you’re bound to fall in love with the food and surroundings of this wave-side restaurant where tapas and cocktails reign the menu, alongside hearty dishes stuffed with Welsh ingredients. Dogs aren’t just welcome at The Oystercatcher, they even have a dedicated Doggie Menu, featuring the likes of Puppydelle Pasta, served with fresh water bowls and plenty of attention. And, if you prefer something a little more casual with your canine pal, grab a pizza and loaded fries from Pat’s Shack and kick back on the decking beach. An essential step when visiting the beach at Rhosneigr and the surrounding area.

Where to stay:
Gather friends and family to stay at a swanky beachfront cottage (sleeping 14) with a hot tub in Anglesey.

Sea Shanty Café, Trearddur Bay

Whether you’ve been exploring the beaches, coast path or peaks around Trearddur Bay with your four-legged friend, the Sea Shanty Café is a wonderful pit stop for small plates and lunch platters piled high with local seafood and produce sourced from the surrounding area. Dogs are welcome until 6pm, so don’t leave it too late to get your order in and make the most of the panoramic sea views from the maritime-themed building bedecked with seafaring curiosities and an Edwardian ice cream parlour.

Where to stay:
Pick prime position when you stay in this large family beach house in the centre of Trearddur Bay.

Pebble’s Bistro, Benllech

Pebbles dog friendly restaurant in Anglesey
Photo courtesy of Pebbles Bistro

Tucked away on the sheltered east coast of Anglesey, Benllech boasts a beautiful Blue Flag Beach with a designated area for walkies with your four-legged friend. After a scenic stroll with views to Snowdonia, slip into the sophisticated setting of Pebble’s Bistro, where local ingredients are conjured into flavoursome dishes with a Mediterranean twist. Dogs are welcome in the bar area and back room, where they can tuck into gravy bones and flop at your feet in the warm, fuzzy ambience.

Where to stay:
Retreat to a cosy ground-floor apartment just a minute’s walk from Benllech beach.

Dylan’s, Menai Bridge

View from Dylans in Menai, Anglesey
Photo courtesy of Dylans in Menai

Celebrating the wild beauty and rich produce of North Wales, Dylan’s has bagged four incredible venues across the region. However, its Anglesey restaurant, boasting spectacular views of the Menai Strait, is where it all began. The boatyard theme fits seamlessly with the waterside location, and the menu draws on the sublime seafood landed nearby, as well as seasonal produce plucked from the surrounding fields and hills. With an all-weather terrace, it’s the perfect spot to dine with your pooch, and dogs even have their own special menu. If you love the food you can also stock up on supplies at Dylan’s General Stores, to enjoy back at your dog-friendly holiday cottage in Anglesey.

Where to stay:
Feel like you’re living aboard a ship in a stunning cliffside home on the banks of the Menai Strait.

Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay

The dog friendly Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay
Photo courtesy of The Ship Inn

Dogs are welcome in snug of the Ship Inn – a historic watering hole on the shores of the magical Red Wharf Bay. After wonderful walkies in the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, retreat to this charming venue, where sailors have gathered to drink ale since 1971. As well as local tipples, here you can tuck into seafood plucked from the surrounding waters and seasonal ingredients sourced on the doorstep. On a sunny day, make the most of the sea views from the outside area.

Where to stay:
Make the most of sea views and evenings beside the logburner in a large family holiday cottage overlooking Red Wharf Bay.

Book a Dog Friendly Holiday Cottage in Anglesey

Stay in one of our dog-friendly cottages in Anglesey, explore this beautiful area with your canine companion and dine out on delicious local produce with your dog. For more inspiration, see our articles on the best dog-friendly beaches in Anglesey, as well as the top things to do with a dog while staying on the Welsh island.

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