Dog-Friendly Pub Awards - The Winners!

We love our dogs almost as much as we love pubs, so which are the best dog-friendly pubs out there? Fortunately the nice people at Rover.com have put in the hard yards for us, and shortlisted the 12 best hostelries from the more than 2,500 pubs that entered the awards. You’ll find all the finalists detailed below.

Find out more about the awards in our blog >>> https://uylo.co/dogfriendlyawards2019

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  • Newly re-opened pub with Micro Brewery, producing Luddite Ales, plus locally sourced guest beers, ciders and spirits. Dogs are well catered for, plenty of space to stretch out, water and dog treats always available.

  • At our pub we try to keep things traditional we do have a restaurant and also have retained our tiled public bar with its cosy log burner, we served 4 real ales from the hand pump or direct from the barrel.

  • The award winning Keel Row in Seaton Delaval is situated just 10 miles from Newcastle City Centre, 12 miles from Newcastle International Airport and within easy reach of Ashington, Bedlington, Blyth, Cramlington, Morpeth, Sheilds, Gateshead and Ponteland.

  • Located in the shadows of the magnificent Shipstone’s Brewery, The Lion Inn at New Basford in Nottingham has an enviable reputation for cask ales and live music. Its' rustic charm and great ale house ambiance has made it very popular with locals and trave

  • A local dog friendly pub serving homemade pub food with a wide selection of lagers, ciders, ales and spirits

  • The Oak Inn is found in the historic Warwickshire village of Baginton, close to Coventry Airport, providing an ideal place for plane enthusiasts as well as those wanting to enjoy the beautiful countryside.

  • Stunning views up the Teign Estuary, A garden bar right on the beach front, visiting yachts at anchor or on their moorings and live music drifting out over the waters. What more of an idyllic setting could there be for an entertainment venue?

  • The Stables was built to serve the watermen and horses using the Forth and Clyde Canal. When the canal was first built the boats that used it were pulled by horses, as a horse could go a few miles before needing a rest stables were built along the route.

  • Here in the Vale of Llangollen we pride ourselves on our bar and restaurant’s freshly cooked food and welcoming family atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a great meal, an outside bar for a party or catering for 200 guests at a wedding, we’re here to h

  • Sunflower prides itself in serving great local beers, our draught stout for example, Yardsman is brewed in Belfast. We also have the Kinnegar range from Donegal and our real ale is from just out the road at Hilden.

  • One of London’s most dog-friendly establishments serving artisan coffee, delicious homemade food and tasty cocktails within a stylish, inviting and friendly space that you will never want to leave!

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