The very best dog friendly pubs across Devon for you and your four legged monster to enjoy a warm rest after a long walk whilst on holiday in Devon.
With stunning views and a beer garden that extends around the front and back of the pub, Instow Arms is a fabulous place to rest after an adventurous dog walk across Instow beach. The pub serves great food and is dog friendly on the ground floor of the pub, there are ample dog bowls throughout the inside and outside of the pub and even dog treats on the bar to make sure both punters and pups are kept happy.
Instow Arms, Hatton Croft, Marine Parade, Instow EX39 4JJ
Perfectly located for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy a warm pub and a cold drink after a long walk on the moors. The Old Inn is a classic Devonshire pub that welcomes well behaved dogs in the bar and garden, you may even get lucky and be able to give your furry friend a gift with one of the dog treats found on the bar.
The Old Inn, 22 The Old Inn, Widecombe-in-the-moor, Dartmoor, Devon, TQ13 7TA
Overlooking the award winning Woolacombe Bay beach, The Red Barn is a holiday must when in North Devon. The hot chocolate and chips are a popular choice to enjoy on the patio with your family and four legged friends. You will need to ask about dogs for indoor seating as there are seasonal rules that may prevent dogs from going inside. The Red Barn is perfectly located to roll off the beach and stumble onto one of the outdoor benches which is a dog friendly space.
The Red Barn, Barton Rd, Woolacombe EX34 7DF
Set on the stunning harbour of Salcombe, The Ferry Inn is dog friendly in the beer garden at the front of the pub. Both dogs and guests can enjoy the boats floating by as you relish the good food & drink available at The Ferry Inn. Make sure you hold onto your furry loved ones so they do not jump from the wall and go for a swim in the Salcombe Harbour.
The Ferry Inn, Fore St, Salcombe TQ8 8ET
Deep in the fishing village of Clovelly, the Harbour Restaurant is a picturesque dog friendly pub perfect for day trip travellers to recharge and take in the stunning scenery beyond the harbour walls. Take a stroll with your dog along the pebble beach and hopefully your dog can double as a sledge dog as you climb back up the steep hill.
Harbour Restaurant, 48 The Quay, Clovelly, Bideford EX39 5TF
A seafood restaurant on the seafront in Exmouth offering stunning views and a cosy place for your dogs to rest after a beachy walk. You can enjoy a selection of fresh seafood whilst the dog friendly pub allows your dog to sleep by the heater in the beer garden at The Grove in Exmouth.
The Grove, Esplanade, Exmouth EX8 1BJ
Known as ‘The beating heart’ of the village, The Kings Arms is a fantastic dog friendly pub that is warm and welcoming to all walks of people regardless of the number of legs they have. Dogs are welcome in the main bar area at The Kings Arm which creates a cosy village atmosphere in the Winkleigh pub.
The Kings Arms, Fore St, Winkleigh EX19 8HQ