DOG FRIENDLY EATS – AND TREATS
Whether dropping into a ‘local’ or going further afield, here are a few of the places where your dog will be made to feel at home with you.
The Four Lords (3 miles) pub in Par, a stone’s throw from The Eden Project, welcomes dogs “with open arms”.
Earl of Chatham (5 miles) pub in Lostwithiel promises a very dog friendly welcome, allowing canine companions into the bar area for a drink (water!) and a bite to eat.
Lanivet Inn (10 miles) boasts homemade food and welcomes four-legged friends.
Cornish Arms (25 miles) is one of Rick Stein’s businesses in Cornwall, with friendly staff, great food and good atmosphere – with or without a dog.
Ohana Beach Café (29 miles) in Newquay, invites dogs into its restaurant and onto a terrace, with water bowls and doggie treats provided be that a biscuit or bacon – or whatever titbit is at hand.
Café Mylor (30 miles), located between Truro and Falmouth on the banks of the Fal Estuary, at Mylor Yacht Harbour, welcomes dogs with biscuits and water bowls. You could even join its regular Wednesday morning dog walking get together!
The Deli (56 miles) in Marazion is a friendly café, worth visiting when making a trip to St Michael’s Mount. The Deli offers homemade cakes, scones, soups, meals etc. and dogs are very, very welcome.