5 Dog Friendly Pubs in Lancashire
00:00 05 February 2016
Bring your canine friends along to one of these cosy pubs in Lancashire.
The Queens in Lytham
Situated in the delightful town of Lytham on the Fylde Coast, The Queens is a relaxed, dog friendly pub, with treats and bowls of water available. They pride themselves on serving carefully selected guest ales alongside a range of regular lagers and ciders.
Central Beach, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, FY8 5LB
Longlands Hotel is a dog friendly pub with a difference. If you don’t have a dog of your own, fear not, you can still enjoy a long walk with Ronnie, the pub’s friendly Labrador. Dog owners are encouraged to bring their companions for a drink or short meal at the bar, vowing that a warm welcome is always guaranteed.
The Longlands Hotel, Tewitfield, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 1JH
The Inn at Whitewell
The Inn at Whitewell is an old fashioned rural Inn, which benefits from stunning, undisturbed views. They offer a friendly service focusing on a homely experience in the countryside. The inn is perfectly located for those wanting to enjoy the moorland or take part in a host of activities nearby.
Forest of Bowland BB7 3AT
The Shireburn Arms is part of the James’ Places portfolio of inns and home to the Tolkien Trail. This is a cosy 17th century inn with character located in the heart of the Ribble Valley. The pub is surrounded by beautiful views and some excellent walks waiting to be explored, as such muddy boots and friendly dogs are always welcome.
Whalley Road, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9QJ
Just half a mile away from the lively town of Clitheroe, the Waddington Arms stands in the centre of Waddington Village with a completely different pace. The pub is warm and welcoming, serving food from well thought out menus, a well stocked bar and plenty conversation.
Waddington, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3HP