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Dog-friendly London: Plan your paw-fect day out

There are endless things to see and do in London, and that doesn’t need to exclude your four-legged friend.

From long walks in the park to canine cafés, we’ve listed some of the top dog-friendly activities in London for you both to enjoy.

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Dog-friendly pubs and restaurants in London

Why compromise on where to go for a bite to eat or drink simply because you have your dog in tow? London has plenty of dog-friendly restaurants and pubs to choose from, so you’ll never be stuck for somewhere to go.

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The Coach and Horses

Soho’s most famous pub, The Coach and Horses was founded in 1847 and delivers a welcoming atmosphere. It’s an ideal place for dog owners to enjoy craft beers away from the bustling shopping district.

Maggie Jones’s

Situated just off Kensington High Street, Maggie Jones’s is a cosy and rustic restaurant with a warm atmosphere, serving a set menu for lunch and dinner. Dogs are more than welcome, with the owners taking a photo of every furry friend that comes in. You might spot your pooch on their Instagram profile!

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London’s dog-friendly hotels

Perhaps you’re looking to go on a city break and are searching for places to stay. We’ve listed some dog-friendly hotels that are more than capable of catering to all needs.

South Place Hotel

If you’re looking for a luxury getaway for you and your pampered pooch, the South Place Hotel welcomes all dogs (king-size dog bed included!). Located in the heart of the city, it’s the perfect place for you to stay if you’re wanting to see all the sights.

Bermondsey Square Hotel

Situated in Southwark, the Bermondsey Square Hotel is a chic, dog-friendly London hotel providing designated rooms filled with luxury dog beds, bowls and treats. There are numerous walks nearby with pubs and bars along the way.

Dog-friendly activities in London

You may be needing some inspiration for dog-friendly things to do around London. If you fancy trying something new, we have a few unique ways to spend time with your pooch in the capital.

Brunel Museum

The Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe allows you and your dog to go underground and learn about the Thames Tunnel – the world’s first underwater tunnel. Spend an alternative day out at a dog-friendly museum discovering some of the history London has to offer.

Picturehouse Central

Picturehouse Central offer dog-friendly cinema screenings that have proved to be a huge success with canine lovers around the city. They provide snacks and water and ensure all dogs have a blanketed seat to avoid mess. It’s a great chance to meet fellow dog owners and film fans! Find out when the next screening is.

Getting to London

Now you have your list of dog-friendly places in London, you need to work out how you’re going to get there. Choosing one of our trains to London is a cost-effective and hassle-free option, saving you time and stress when making your way to the city. 



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