Our Favourite Dog Friendly Pubs in Cornwall

Pubs are great place to meet the locals, enjoy a pint or some live entertainment whilst on holiday or enjoying some downtime. Unlike some other more urban areas a lot of Cornwall is very dog friendly. Pubs and restaurants regularly have outdoor spaces that welcome you and your dog outside and provide water so your dog gets their thirst quenched too. Not all establishments provide space indoors for your four legged friend and some are certainly more hospitable than others. We have picked out some of our favourites in this part of the world.


The Watering Hole, Perranporth

Less of a dog friendly pub and more of a dog drop in community centre it sometimes feels there are as many dogs as people in this very friendly drinking spot where its all access dogs any time of the year. Check out The Watering Hole.



The Rockpool, Gwithian

Located between Gwithian and Godrevy, The Rockpool is a hot spot for live bands and serves som great food and ales. Dogs welcome on leads at all times. Check out The Rockpool.



Godolphin Arms, Marazion

This pub/restaurant not only overlooks the mighty St Michaels mount it also boats some amazing outdoor seating to watch the sun set as well as some very speial touches dedicated to you dog if you book a hotel room. Check out Godolphin Arms.



Blue Bar, Porthtowan

In our humble opinion one of the best places to watch the sun set in Cornwall when the conditions are right and a true dog friendly spot with all access as well as water bowls and dog biscuits for sale. Check out Blue Bar.



Gurnard’s Head, Zennor

Dogs are welcome in the Gurnard’s head for a quick thirst quencher as well as an overnight stay, but strictly only humans allowed on the beds.



Be sure to call ahead and check if your local watering hole allow four legged friends and make sure it’s not too loud for them in there. Check out Gurnard’s Head.

If you’re planning a trip to this part of the country, check out the amazing places to stay with dogs in Cornwall on this site.

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