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Dog Friendly Pubs & Restaurants in Cheltenham

Dog Friendly Pubs & Restaurants in Cheltenham

Cheltenham is a vibrant foodie town with many options for eating styles, some places even are dog friendly, allowing you to eat out with pet in tow. It can be challenging to find a suitable place to match your food tastes with puppy in tow so have built this guide to help @aboutglos visitors.

Dog Friendly Establishments

Our list of the best places to drink or dine out with your dog.

Woodkraft

Woodkraft is an eatery on Regent Street near to the Everyman theatre that serves good food. Dogs are allowed to accompany you on specific floors as mentioned on their website.

Woodkraft are well known locally for their delicious lunch and brunch options and small plates. https://woodkraftcheltenham.com/dog-friendly

Harry Cook Freehouse

Located on Montpellier Walk Harry Cook’s is a vibrant British pub ideal for drinking or dining. They have seating inside and outside and our canine friends are very welcome according to various review sites. Drinks at the bar are varies from tradition craft ales to well made cocktails.

Their food menu includes a pub grub section, a vegetarian section including their beyond meat burger. Finally they have a whole burger section on their menu, they look very tempting, Especially the one they call the Big Cow, a British beef patty, hand pulled beef brisket with cheesy sauce and tobacco onions. https://www.harrycookcheltenham.co.uk/

The Plough

The Plough is Prestbury is a pub near to the racecourse which has a great reputation for their real ale and ciders. This is a 17th century listed building thatched roof and a big garden. The Plough serves traditional food centered around their pie menu. The Plough takes pride in its canine friendly status and has plenty of water bowls around the site as well as dog treats behind the bar. http://www.theploughprestbury.co.uk/the-plough-prestbury-cheltenham-about.html

Stable

Stable restaurant is located on Clarence street and open from midday until 11pm daily except Sunday when it closes at 8pm. They are known nationally fpr their pizza and starters, personally I love their pies. Some evenings at the stable are special, where they put on live music for your entertainment. Tuesday seems to be special offer day with a pizza and a pint for £10. https://cheltenham.stablepizza.com/

The Beehive

As part of The Hatton Collection the beehive is a very nice pace to eat or drink. The beehive is located in the Montpellier area of the town. For casual dining they have a bar area that serves dishes like pies, fish and chip or gourmet burgers. they have a basement area this is for more snug dining options. Their website makes their #dogfriendly credentials very clear. http://www.thebeehivemontpellier.com/

The Kings Arms

Located a short walk from Cheltenham Railway Station The Kings Arms is a drinking pub that I popped into while killing time before a meet with Sonia Norman. The pub is well decorated and has a garden for drinking and smoking and the landlord informed me that they are pet friendly after checking.

They are a sports bar with TV screens on the sporting channels, have darts and pool table as well as free customer WiFi. I enjoyed a simple pint of Stowford Press while catching up on some social media prep on the laptop, the staff and clientele were all friendly with some nice banter. More info…

Travelling

Travelling to or in Cheltenham is easy with a well behaved dog in tow, stagecoach the local bus company allow pets charging £1 per journey. Travelling by train is free for your fury friend as long as it doesn’t take up a seat.

Suggestions

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Potential

Places that @aboutglos intends to visit and check with puppy in tow for a pub crawl day.

  • The Exmouth Arms
  • The Gloucester Old Spot
  • The Old Courthouse
  • The Brown Jug
  • The Bayhill Inn
  • Boston Tea Party
  • Cafe Moochoo
  • Curious Cafe
  • The Botanist
  • John Lewis

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