There are some top dog friendly restaurants in Cornwall which will let you bring your pooch along. Here are a few of our favourite doggie friendly eateries to try out next time you are nearby.

Hub, St Ives

This harbour front american style bar has an amazing view, and some pretty tasty food to match, our personal favourite is the Big Kahuna Burger. With an upstairs balcony over looking St. Ives harbour and the Lifeboat Station you’ll find it’s a great place to stop if you are on a doggy holiday in one of Cornwall’s most popular tourist towns.

The Hub St Ives

Blue Bar, Porthtowan

A shabby-chic bar perched just above the beach at Porthtowan, easily accessible from the North Cornwall coast path. With great food on offer and some cosy window seats your dog will be happy to chill out in the beach bar. Sit back and enjoy the view!

Blue Bar Porthtowan

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Five Degrees West, Falmouth

A great dog friendly spot in Falmouth close to the Maritime Museum, and after a walk around the town your pooch will be welcomed in with treats and a large beer garden to chill out in.

Five Degrees West, Falmouth

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Sandbar, Praa Sands

Set right on the beach this surfer-style bar is a great little place to stop off after a long beach walk with the dog. You can perch by the windows and watch the surfers over a yummy hot chocolate, or play a game of pool and listen to the live music. They offer a great Sunday roast too, so be sure to check it out when you are next along the south coast.

The Watering Hole, Perranporth

Apparently its the UKs only bar on the beach, and with such a massive expanse of sand around it, there’s no wonder it’s such a popular spot. Meander off the beach in your summer clothes and enjoy the refreshments, or make yourself comfy on one of the benches outside and watch your dog run around enjoying the sand. With great live music throughout the year it’s a popular spot for locals and tourists.

The Watering Hole

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The Rockpool, Gwithian

Nestled in behind the sand dunes at Gwithian this restaurant can be found just alongside the Red River. After long walks along the three mile stretch of beach, or wander around Godrevy Point to see the seals, The Rockpool is a lovely dog friendly place to pop in. There are lots of outside benches to sit and enjoy the sunshine, and with live music offered it’s an easy spot to relax for a few hours.

The Rockpool, dog friendly restaurants

Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay

Found high on the clifftops of Newquays Pentire headland this restaurant has arguable the best view out of all the restaurants mentioned! With highly recommended food and a great veranda to relax on, it’s hard to wonder why you wouldn’t stop here. There are some great coast walks close by, so a perfect reason to pop in whilst taking the dog for a walk.

Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay

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Hidden Kitchen, St Ives

A truly unique dining experience indeed, this quaint St. Ives venue is hidden away on the back streets and has been creating quite a stir. With events and party evenings offering tantalising menus jammed packed with locally sourced seasonal treats all constructed into works of art on a plate. This is more than just a meal out!

hidden kitchen, dog friendly restaurant

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