After a full day out with your four-legged friend searching for a suitable pub or restaurant that welcomes them as well as you can sometimes feel like a challenge. Therefore we have selected 8 of the best dog friendly pubs in Tenby to help you out.
The Cove is a dog-friendly restaurant and bar with a high standard of cuisine and really great staff. Their large bar has a fine selection including a wide range of gins, locally brewed beers and cocktails. Throughout the year they host several fun activities including gin afternoon tea and bottomless Prosecco.
They also run cocktail masterclasses and host live music. They serve lunch, dinner and Sunday lunch and use quality ingredients from local suppliers. The menu is contemporary – the sharing platters go down a treat with those who just want to try a bit of everything, and there is always something new to try.
Address: 14 High St, Tenby SA70 7HD
Salty’s Beach Bar and Restaurant is located on Tenby’s dog-friendly South Beach. So pop in after some fun on the beach with your pet. Here you will find yourself being transported to the Mediterranean as you dine al fresco on their beachside decking. It is a truly gorgeous setting, offering quality wines and high-end meals, this is an ideal spot to escape, indulge and take your dog with you! Their menu is inspired by their seaside location, boasting locally caught seafood.
Address: Water’s Edge, South Beach, Tenby SA70 7EG
Located in Tenby Highstreet. Harbwr Tap and Kitchen is fantastic for good value pub food for the whole family. Formerly The Buccaneer Inn, they brew their own beers on site, just at the bottom of their beer garden. They serve a large variety of wines, gins and welsh spirits.
They offer delicious food from Welsh steaks to freshly caught seafood. They offer great beers and real ales, generous portions, a comforting atmosphere and a sunny beer garden. Dogs are more than welcome. It converts to a cool drinking scene later at night and is situated in the heart of Tenby’s vibrant town centre.
Address: St Julian’s St, Tenby SA70 7AS
The Hope and Achor is a lovely dog friendly pub in Tenby with a wide selection of bitters and ciders. The food here is served all day with a selection of fresh fish dishes.
Located near to the harbour with a front-facing beer garden, it is a great place to watch the world go by whilst enjoying a drink or your dinner. There is even an upstairs family room where dogs are allowed if the weather is poor.
Address: St Julian’s St, Tenby SA70 7AX
The Lifeboat Tavern has been a popular haunt for decades. Located in the town square, is this magical and nautical-themed pub with a boat-shaped bar! A fun atmosphere, lively and aimed at the slightly younger at heart but still fun with a sunny beer garden which at night is heated.
Dogs are allowed in the beer garden only here, a great place to stop off for a drink or two…or three after a long day enjoying Tenby.
Address: Tudor Square, Tenby SA70
Popular with locals and well as tourists, The Crown Inn features well kept real ales to give a try. Slightly out the way of the busy town centre but still, a stone’s throw from the sea.
This is a lovely place to enjoy a quiet drink either inside or out with your dog. There is a lively atmosphere here and live music. Check their website for details.
Address: Lower Frog St, Tenby SA70 7HU
Tenby House is a must-stop destination when going to Tenby. Either just a drink, the whole day to watch a match, for a quick snack or full Sunday lunches. No matter what the occasion or reason, it’s a great traditional Welsh pub. Built-in 1821 this pub is located near to the harbour with family-friendly food available all day.
Local seafood is of course on the Specials board, there is also a variety of Light Bites as well as a full menu. Dogs are not allowed inside here but there is a sheltered outdoor area where dogs are more than welcome.
Address: Tudor Square, Tenby SA70 7AJ
Coach and Horses is a quaint, cosy pub with authentic beams and a cosy atmosphere. The staff here are friendly and really welcoming for all ages, young, old, groups, couples and families.
The menu offers both your traditional well priced British pub grub as well as an extensive Thai menu as an alternative, which we tried and it was really delicious. Very much worth a visit. Dogs are welcome in the beer garden.
Address: Upper Frog St, Tenby SA70 7JD
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