Finding a place to relax with your dog in the hustle and bustle of Central London is not that easy.
According to research by Dog Buddy, 70% of owners search for dog-friendly pubs, but a third find them hard to locate and almost a quarter had to leave other pubs that did not allow dogs.
We’ve picked out four of the best Central London pubs that let your four-legged friends through their doors.
Horse and Stables
122-124 Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, SE1 7RW
An original London pub opened way back in the 1880s. Recently renovated, they welcome in your dog friends and even have their own pub dog called Gia.
The best food they offer is a Sunday roast. Order one for yourself and your canine companion will also get fed for free!
It’s easy to find in central London and right next to the Lambeth North underground station.
34-35 Cowcross Street, Farringdon, EC1M 6DB
Provided with water and petted by friendly staff, your dog will be well looked after here.
It can be found near Farringdon underground station.
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The Queens Larder
1 Queens Square, Bloomsbury, WC1N 3AR
A classic British pub. It’s only a small venue, but also boasts a large outdoor seating area.
Very welcoming and friendly of your pooch, they will be offered refreshments, as long as your dog is well behaved!
It was used by Queen Charlotte to store food for the ‘mad’ King George III during his treatment.
Somers Town Coffee House
60 Chalton Street, Euston, NW1 1HS
A traditional pub that opens all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can come here at any time after a good walk with your pup.
Much more than just what the name suggests, this is a place full of character. It has four dining rooms and a cocktail bar.
Located just around the corner from Euston station, and not far from Kings Cross St Pancras either, you can make your way here from pretty much anywhere.
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