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5 dog friendly pubs to celebrate Christmas in Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 23 December 2016

Watering hole at Tockholes by Suzanne Livesey

Watering hole at Tockholes by Suzanne Livesey


The festive season is all about spending time with your loved ones, and that includes your furry friends to. We have selected five of the best pubs in Lancashire that welcome you and your dog.

Clog & Billycock, Pleasington

Located in the village of Pleasington, Clog & Billycock has a menu that celebrates all things local and Lancashire. Using only the finest artisan products, the menu offers a modern twist on traditional Lancashire dishes. Dogs are warmly welcomed into the bar area of Clog & Billycock. Take a walk at nearby Darwen Tower

Pendle Inn, Barley

The Pendle Inn is a popular watering hole for many walkers, cyclers and tourists, and its easy to see why as it is surrounded by the stunning Forest of Bowland. Set in the picturesque village of Barley, The Pendle Inn serves up five real ales and hearty menu full of home-made dishes like pie and hand cut chips. Dog’s are also well looked after at The Pendle Inn and they are welcomed warmly with some special canine treats. Take a walk at nearby Pendle Hill

The Three Fishes, Mitton

The Three Fishes pub in Mittom is everything a traditional English pub should be as they serve up a great selection of cask ales, cider, guest beers and some of the finest wines in the county. Their food is equally as impressive as their menu is packed with pub classics and has been created by award winning chef, Nigel Haworth. Bring your pooches along with you and relax in The Three Fishes cosy atmosphere this Christmas. Take a walk in nearby Mitton

The Derby Arms, Longridge

Located at the edge of the Forest of Bowland, The Derby Arms is a friendly traditional pub that serves delicious seafood specialities and pub classics made from the best local produce. The relaxed setting of The Derby Arms makes it the perfect place for a laid back evening of Christmas celebrations by the roaring fireplace with your pooch. Take a walk in nearby Longridge Fell.

Salt Dog Slim’s, Liverpool

In the heart of Liverpool is Salt Dog Slim’s, a quirky bar and eatery serving up some of the best hot dogs in the city and an impressive beer and cocktail menu to accompany. Take your pooches along to Salt Dog Slim’s and celebrate Christmas in one of the coolest bars in Liverpool. You can even take a snap of your pups and it will be re-posted by them.

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