The most dog-friendly pubs in Plymouth where you can chill with your pooches - petsitterbank

The most dog-friendly pubs in Plymouth where you can chill with your pooches

Nothing is worse than the big-eyed, pouting face your beloved four-legged friend gives you when you leave the house. Every dog ​​owner knows how that feels, and there are plenty of pubs owners who do too.

That’s why so many now accept our furry family members with open arms, providing people and pups with the best experience possible. Whether you’re just looking to bring your dog along, or treat them too, Plymouth hosts a great deal of pubs perfect for you and your pooch.

Take a look at our list for the best dog friendly pubs in Plymouth, as recommended by TripAdvisor, to make sure there’s no more sad faces in sight. If there’s any you think we’ve missed, let us know in the comments which pubs you and your pup love most.

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The Fisherman’s Arms



Cuddle up in front of the fire place with your pooch

31 Lambhay Street, The Barbican, Plymouth, PL1 2NN

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 – Travellers’ Choice

Just a short walk from the Barbican, this hidden gem does all it can to welcome you and your animal companion. To be in with the chance of meeting the famous miniature schnauzer Mr Jones, all while treating your dog to its very own meal from their menu ‘Ala Bark’, The Fisherman’s Arms is a must visit spot.

The pub’s very own Donna Phillips, owner of this wonderful establishment and the new Gipsy Moth on Citadel Road, says dogs are an ”important part of everybody’s family” and that ”they make outings more enjoyable”. With thoughts like that you know you and your pooch will be in capable hands here.

The Clovelly Bay Inn



The Clovelly Bay Inn: Pronounced cluh-velly, I think…

Boringdon Road, Turnchapel, PL9 9TB

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 – Travellers’ Choice

This family run free house with amazing waterfront views is a great spot for people and dogs alike to sit back and enjoy the sun to come in the warmer months ahead. The Clovelly Bay Inn is ‘run with’ the owners’ dogs, Guinness and Paddy’, so you’ll know your furry friend will be thought of while you’re here.

The Crown and Anchor



Crown and Anchor pub, Plymouth

10 The Barbican, Plymouth, PL12LS

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 Travellers’ Choice

At the heart of The Barbican, The Crown and Anchor is a perfect spot for you and your dog to take a well-deserved break after a seafront stroll. Sundays are especially fun when you can get three courses for £16.95 here.

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The Mussel Inn & Cottages



The Mussel Inn
The Mussel Inn

Down Thomas, Plymouth, Devon, PL9 0QA

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5

If you find yourself in the South Hams countryside, the Mussel Inn & Cottages is a must. Not only does it provide you with details of amazing surrounding walks, this pub also has a station to shampoo your pup when you return.

So, although this spot may be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, rest assured when it’s open your dog will be well taken care of. It even comes with the added touch of doggy ice cream once clean.

The Brook Inn



The Brook Inn has been completely refurbished since it was taken on by Amanda and Tim in May 2021
The Brook Inn has been completely refurbished since it was taken on by Amanda and Tim in May 2021

33 Longbrook Street, Plympton, Plymouth, PL7 1NJ

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 – Travellers’ Choice

This ‘people and dog friendly pub’ is perfect for families and their four-legged friends if locals or visitors of Plympton. Earning a new lease of life after a fresh makeover since lockdown, this is a brilliant spot for you and your dog to check out and enjoy.

And if that doesn’t tempt you, they do Taco Thursdays with boards for £10 a person. What more could you want?

The Ferry House Inn




888 Wolseley Road, Saltash, PL5 1LA

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5

If you and your pup fancy a fantastic view of the Tamar River and Cornwall, then The Ferry House Inn is the place for you. This pub offers a gourmet burger night on Mondays, a pie night on Tuesdays, a fresh fish and chips night on Fridays.

The list doesn’t end there. So if you’re looking for somewhere with variety that lets your dog to tag along, you can’t go wrong with the Ferry House Inn.

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The Tamar



The Tamar is beautiful inside and out
The Tamar pub

1-7 Morshead Road, Crownhill, Devon, PL6 5AD

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5 – Travellers’ Choice

Part of the largest pub retail and brewer in the UK, Greene King, The Tamar knows how to give you and your dog an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re looking for cracking dinner deals, or want to bring your pup to a classic Monday night quiz, it can all happen here.

The Treby Arms



First look inside the Treby Arms in Sparkwell as it reopens today under the new landlord Matt Littlechild Pictured: Matt Littlechild (on the left) with the staff.
First look inside the Treby Arms in Sparkwell as it reopens today under the new landlord Matt Littlechild Pictured: Matt Littlechild (on the left) with the staff.

Sparkwell, Plympton, PL7 5DD

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 – Travellers’ Choice

Dating back to 1855, The Treby Arms is a pub that remembers its roots, all while providing a more modern dining experience. If you love bringing your dog along to places that provide pub classics with a twist, then The Treby Arms is a must-visit location.

The Windmill Chargrill



Windmill Chargrill in Plymouth today
Windmill Chargrill in Plymouth today

Thurlestone Walk, Leigham, Plymouth, PL6 8QB

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5/5 – Travellers’ Choice

Fancy a fresh pint where dogs are considered as much a part of the family as anyone else? Then The Windmill Chargrill is perfect for you. Although they may not allow dogs in the restaurant, the outside area and pub section are prime spots you and your buddy can chill with friends, offering ‘great tasting beer’, snacks and sports.

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The Ship

The Barbican, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 2JZ

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5

Just around the corner from our previously mentioned Barbican pubs, The Ship offers amazing outdoor seating with huge umbrellas to protect you and your dog rain or shine. It’s got amazing harbor views and delicious food to match, so you and your pup will be spoilt all round.

Lyneham Inn



The Lyneham Inn
The Lyneham Inn

Plympton, Devon, PL7 5AT

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5 – Travellers’ Choice

Giving our other Plympton pubs some friendly competition, the Lyneham Inn is described as ‘one of the prettiest pubs in the area’. If you and your pooch love to bask in the sun on the warmer days, from Wednesday to Sunday, you need look no further. As long as you’re outdoors, you can both experience all this location has to offer.

The Navy Inn



The Navy Inn
The Navy Inn

34 Southside Street, Plymouth, PL1 2LE

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5

Thought we were done with Barbican pubs? Think again.

The Navy Inn is yet another fabulous location for you and your pooch to relax at if you find yourself in in this area. With indoor and outdoor seating, great food, and all the sport you can imagine, there couldn’t be a better place for your dog to join you when meeting up with mates.

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The Elburton Inn



The Elburton Inn is a family friendly place. It’s also one of the best Sunday roasts in Plymouth

221 Elburton Road, Plymouth, PL9 8HX

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5 – Travellers’ Choice

As another fantastic location that had a lockdown makeover and offers a Monday night quiz, this is a great place to check out if you and your four-legged friend are in the Plymstock area. The Elburton Inn offers deliciously popular Sunday roasts, so this is the perfect place to indulge yourself before the week begins again.

The Jack Rabbit Vintage Inn

8 Bracken Lane, Plymouth, Devon, PL6 8DB

TripAdvisor rating: 3.5/5

Ever making your way back into the city after a Dartmoor dog walk? The Jack Rabbit Vintage Inn could be the perfect stop off point for a bite to eat. With great food reviews, and water and treats to refuel your furry friend, it’s the perfect spot after a family outing.

This pub’s very own assistant manager, Ashleigh Bolton, feels it is important that they ”don’t exclude anyone”. So if you find yourself at the Jack Rabbit Inn, know that your pup will be thought of during this delicious dining experience.

The Miners Arms




Hemerdon Village, Plympton, Plymouth, PL7 5BU

TripAdvisor rating: 4/5

Described as ‘hopelessly doggy friendly’, The Miners Arms had to be included as the final pub in our list.

With views of Plymouth Sound, sustainably sourced ingredients, and a great stop-off point on your way back from the trails of Dartmoor, The Miners Arms not only provides a great experience for people, but is always prepared to welcome our four-legged friends too.

They even accommodate horses and their riders, so if your four-legged companion is one of a bigger kind, know that you’ll still be treated well here.

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