Dog Friendly Pubs and Bars, the Guide
Author: Jack Grey
Pooches, Pints, and Pinots. Are these three music to you ears? Then read on! If like me, you are thinking to the future after lockdown, then you might want to start planning your attack already! I have put together a few must-visit dog friendly pubs and bars for you to try. So if you are tired of walkies, and are looking for somewhere to relax with your four legged friends, then hopefully this feature will help.
A couple of our favourite dog friendly pubs
The first on our list, is a top pick for Stanlake. Buratta’s of Twyford, has everything you could wish for, from a classic pub menu, a couple of Stanlake’s very own wines: the Regatta and the Grand Reserve, and finally, Antiques and Collectibles to buy from Jenny Burrata. Bring your dog for a warm welcome in a lovely setting.
Next up, is The Green Man in Hurst. The book-lined walls, beer garden, food and wine should tick all your boxes for those warm summer days, where you can top up your tan and keep your canine companions happy! This pub is also perfect for the gin connoisseurs amongst us. They provide an extensive list to choose from, with recommendations on tonics.
More Dog Friendly Options
This is just a tiny list of our favourites - as you know, there are many dog friendly pubs and wine bars in England so it would be impossible to mention them all!
- Waggons & Horses, Twyford
- The Duke of Wellington, Twyford
- The Golden Cross, Twyford
- Heron on the Ford, Charvil
- Horse & Groom, Waltham St. Lawrence
- The Dog & Partridge, Sunningdale
- The Beehive, White Waltham
- The Bull, Bracknell
- The Swan Inn, Wokingham
- The Shurlock Inn, Shurlock Road
- Coppa Club, Sonning
- St George and Dragon, Wargrave
- The Jolly Farmer, Gerrards Cross
- The Blackwood Arms, Burnham
- The Two Brewers, Marlow
- The Royal Oak, Marlow
- The Little Angel, Henley On Thames
- The Angel on the Bridge, Henley On Thames
- The Baskerville, Henley On Thames
- The Radnor Arms, Coleshill
If you’re still not satisfied, then there is always Stanlake Park Wine Estate itself. Should your furry friend be thirsty, we sell drinks and wine for pets which come from The Woof and Brew company, and where better than our stunning dog-friendly garden to bask in the sunshine, sipping a glass of Bacchus or if the weather is a little cooler, you can always quaff The Reserve Red.
So let’s get planning! This dog friendly pubs and bars list might give you some ideas for what to do and where to visit after lockdown, and with luck, has provided you and your pup with a little something to look forward to.
If you have any other favourite pubs and bars, don’t hesitate to comment below, we’d love to find out your own selections. We can’t wait to see you all back here soon and hope that you are staying safe.