Whether you are walking The Wall with your four-legged friend or enjoying a few days exploring the area, knowing where you can relax and enjoy a meal with your dog is invaluable. To point you in the right direction we have collected together a list of five dog friendly places to eat in the local area. These reasonably priced hostelries are all located within a 10 mile radius or 20 minute drive from Lanercost in Cumbria.
The Howard Arms in the market town of Brampton is a family run pub. Traditional with contemporary twists, it is friendly and relaxed – welcoming locals, visitors, families and your all important furry friends. Serving locally sourced food throughout the day there is something to suit most tastes. As well as a selection of real ales and wines to wash it down.
For a relaxed dining experience, indoors by the cosy fire or outdoors in the garden area, Walton’s Bar and Eatery at The Crown in Wetheral is a great location. Serving hearty Cumbrian food for both lunch and evening meals, 7 days a week you and your four-legged friends are guaranteed a warm welcome.
The Sally at Irthington is traditional on the outside and stylish and modern on the inside. This family run business offers a high quality dining experience with the relaxed feel of a country pub. Open for lunch, dinner and afternoon tea, dogs are welcome in the small dining room from 12 – 6pm and then in the bar for food from 6pm. Dogs are welcome in the bar area at anytime if you wish to come in for drinks only. There is also a lovely covered area to the rear of the pub.
Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly and dog-friendly country pub. Open 7 days a week, The Queens serves delicious, high quality food, featuring local produce. A warm and friendly atmosphere makes The Queens a great place for a dog friendly bite to eat and to enjoy a cask ale. Dogs are welcome at anytime but must be kept on a lead. There are bowls of water and food as well as treats on the bar for their four-legged guests.
Located in the picturesque Castle Carrock this popular village pub serves a selection of home-cooked European and Asian inspired dishes. With open fires and real ales this is a perfect place to re-fuel after a walk with your dog on the Fell. Booking is highly recommended for dinner.