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The Dog Friendly Guide To London

Looking to explore London with your canine companion? This bustling city is immersed in history, art, culture and with a whole host of places to explore. 

Dog friendly London is bursting with places to visit with the pooch, from pubs to hotels, museums to park walks. London is a tail of two cities. Outside of the bustling, jam-packed urban city centre, lies open vistas and leafy landscapes.

In the centre, you’ll find all the most iconic sights and a large number of places to pop in with the pooch. Enjoy popular tourist attractions like Tower Bridge or sit back slurping some pup-tails at the Smith and Whistle.

To flee the crowds with a good dog walk visit Hampstead Heath or the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Venture further to Richmond Park for beautiful panoramas of London followed by a pint in a quiet pub. London is a must-visit on your dog’s adventure list, so definitely check it out. Start planning your tail-wagging adventure in dog friendly London today

Dog Friendly Places To Eat In London

The Narrow

This gastropub from Gordon Ramsay is set in the stunning location of Limehouse. With panoramic views of the river and stylish outside seating this restaurant will get tails wagging. Best of all it’s dog friendly!

Little Nan’s Deptford Market Yard

This cute and quaint location in Deptford is an award winning dog friendly cafe. Set up by Tristan Scutt in honour of his late grandmother Jojo. Little Nan’s is a quirky spot that’s fun for you and your pup with folksy charm and kitsch 80’s memorabilia. It’s like sitting in your nans’ living room!

Bowls of water and sausages are provided to visiting pooches!

The Happenstance

This stunning restaurant overlooks the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral. A nice, relaxed atmosphere during the day transitions into a lively and exciting vibe in the evening. Craft beers, wines and cocktails all feature on the extensive menu, not to mention the delicious food.

Megan’s Old Town

This dog friendly restaurant serves fresh Mediterranean cuisine

This dog-loving restaurant has been keeping patrons fed and happy since 2002. Serving fresh, Mediterranean-influenced cuisine and providing dog bowls, treats and even beds.

Dog Friendly Pubs In London

The Faber Fox

Set in Crystal Palace, the Faber Fox is a large outdoor garden and terrace. Enjoy the unique aesthetic of the outdoor terrace and enjoy delicious pints and cocktails. Beds and bowls are available for four legged companions. There’s a menu dedicated entirely to dogs equipped with treats, dog beers and even dog roasts!

The Eel Pie

This quaint pub is in Twickenham. Owned by a small brewery and featuring old wood interiors and lots of rugby memorabilia. Dogs are always welcome here and they even have dog ice cream available.

The Regent Balham

This charming pub is in the heart of Balham. Just a stones throw from the tube station and a home away from home for anyone who loves great food, cocktails and watching sport on the big screens. There’s a large garden for pooches to enjoy and the menu has plenty of dog meals and drinks!

Dog Friendly Things To Do

Visit Tower Bridge

The famous Tower Bridge! Did you know your pooch can also join you on this tourist visit? They can even walk on the glass floor and visit the Victorian Engine Rooms! Make sure it isn’t too hot when you visit as it gets quite warm up there!

GoBoat London

Ahoy there! Enjoy a leisurely sail on an self-driving electric Go Boat! These little boats float along the Regent’s Canal, around Paddington, Little Venice and all the way up to Camden Locks. Each one can hold up to seven human passengers and multiple pooch passengers. The boat ride can last for a couple hours or more! Plenty to Instagram along the way, including sneaky peaks from London Zoo and Camden Market. Click here for our experience visiting Go Boat.

Dog Friendly London Hotels

The Hoxton

The Hoxton is a dog friendly hotel where your pooch can get pampered

This open house hotel is in locations all around the world in culture spots like Paris and Amsterdam. It’s also extremely dog friendly. Upon arrival you will receive a pet information pack complete with bowl, bed, spare collar, lead and first-aid kit. Dogs must be kept on leashes or in carriers in public areas of the hotel.

Hotel 41

A great hotel in London

This fabulous hotel was voted the number 1 hoetl in the UK by Trip Advisor. The chic black and white design runs through the entire hotel. Four legged friends can be sure they’ll recieve the full five star treatment. The hotel even has its own Pet Concierge to ensure that your furry best friends are catered for in every way possible.

The Kensington

A great dog friendly London hotel

This dog friendly hotel offers a VIPooch package for the most important pups. Dogs are greeted with treats upon arrival. Comfy dog beds and blankets will make your dog comfy all stay long, not to mention their favourite foods. Sure to get tails wagging!

Have We Missed Any Of Your Favourite Places?

All of these great locations only scratch the surface of dog friendly London. Check out our website for thousands of London listings where your pooch is welcome. This includes accommodation, food and drink and things to do listings!

Do you and your furry best friend have a favourite place in London? Maybe somewhere you eat together every time you’re there? A particular park you enjoy?

Let us know in the comments!

The more we share dog friendly places as a community the more people we can help to create memorable moments together with their pooch. For dog friendly places wherever you are in the UK use our search tool.

Written by Michael (Dog Furiendly)

Hey there all you cool canines and puppers! I'm Michael, the Sales and Barketing Manager at Dog Furiendly. You'll usually find me working in the pack to bring you some of the very best dog friendly locations across the UK.

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