Dog Friendly Pubs in York – York is a very dog friendly city, with lots of places to take your favourite pooch. We have dog friendly hotels and dog friendly cafes too. Have a look at our list of dog friendly pubs in York.
The Whippet Inn
15 North St, York YO1 6JD
The Whippet Inn is a steak and alehouse with a fine line in seafood too. It’s a bit of a hidden gem, tucked away as it is on North Street, but once you have been you will return. Lovely, friendly staff look after you in a comfortable and relaxed environment with a stylish and quirky decor. The food is fresh, imaginative and great quality.
The menu offers such delights as ‘Picanha- 32 Day Dry Aged, Triple Cooked Chunky Chips, Garlic & Thyme Confit Vine Tomato, Green Peppercorn & Brandy Sauce’, or ‘Poached Sea Trout Fillet with Olive Oil Potato, Puffed Fish Skin, Aromatic Herb Powder, Brown Shrimp Butter & Pea Purée’.
“The ideal spot for any occasion, The Whippet Inn serves both lunch & dinner, seven days a week, alongside our Main Menu & specials boards we also offer for our legendary(ish) Set Price lunch menu Monday to Friday, plus ‘Lets Get Roasted’ every Sunday, an institution unto itself and one of York’s best kept secrets (so sshhh)”
See what we thought when we visited The Whippet Inn.
The Old Bank – Dog friendly pub in York
6-12 Lendal, York YO1 8AA
The Old Bank is on Lendal, opposite Judges Lodgings. Recently reopened after a big refurbishment, the decor is modern and comfortable. There are several booths with individual TV’s, plug sockets and USB chargers, making it a perfect spot for a recharge on a lunchtime and great for kids. Great affordable option.
Dogs are welcome and they even have a section on Facebook for visiting ‘pub pups’!
See our full review of The Old Bank here.
The Stone Trough Inn
Kirkham Abbey, York YO60 7JS
The Stone Trough Inn at Kirkham Abbey is a country pub around 15 miles from York on the A64 towards Malton. It’s a large, traditional cosy pub surrounded by some beautiful countryside. It has a large beer garden with some stunning views. They serve an excellent Sunday dinner!
“Nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty, overlooking Kirkham Abbey. Our wonderful pub has kept its original charm with its open fires places & exposed stone walls. We have grown a reputation for delivering freshly cooked, locally sourced food, alongside a superb range of Yorkshire beers and ales, all delivered with a warm welcome.” Dogs and children welcome.
See our review of Sunday Lunch at The Stone Trough Inn here.
The Star Inn The City
The Star Inn The City is in a beautiful riverside location in the Museum Gardens. More of a restaurant than a pub, but they welcome dogs. “The Brasserie-style restaurant opened in 2013, after Andrew Pern of the Michelin-starred Star Inn at Harome joined the building owners in their quest to establish a food-led celebration destination in one of York’s unique locations.
The aim of matching its beautiful setting with the best produce, which God’s Own County has to offer and genuine Yorkshire hospitality has resulted in the eaterie quickly becoming a firm favourite for special meals, such as graduation celebrations, birthdays and anniversaries. The Star Inn The City’s sister restaurant is The Star Inn The Harbour in Whitby, in the seaside town’s best harbour-side location and offering fish and seafood from Yorkshire’s coast alongside treats from the Moors.”
The Judge’s Lodging
9 Lendal, York YO1 8AQ
The Judge’s Lodging has a great position in the centre of York, with a beautiful courtyard bar, where you can sit and watch the world go by. At Christmas, there are often stalls of the York Christmas Market within the grounds. Another hotel very close to The Theatre Royal as well as The Museum Gardens.
“Rich in detail and history, our rooms offer comfortable and stylish relaxation. Bespoke furniture and a mix of fabrics, we’ve filled our rooms with characterful details. From cosy doubles to our grand feature rooms, all have beds that have been hand-selected for quality and comfort. Whether a short or long break, rest in comfort and fall in love with your own private haven.”
See our review of lunch at The Judges Lodging here.
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