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7 of the Best Dog Friendly Pubs in Worcestershire

Finding the best dog friendly pubs in Worcestershire can be a bit of a trial, which is why we’re here to help. Known for its sauce, history, and beautiful countryside, Worcestershire also happens to be home to many fantastic, traditional British pubs. Before you make a beeline for any of the town and country walks the area is known for, make sure you check out our hand-picked list of the best pubs that take dogs across Worcs.

The Best Pubs in Worcestershire where Dogs are Welcome 

We’re with you – when it comes to pubs, most of us want the same thing. Somewhere cosy, with good food, good drinks, and a specific kind of atmosphere, usually made up of friendly staff and the sound of people of all ages having a good time. That absolutely goes more so for  country retreats and drinking holes close to long dog walking trails.

There are stacks of dog friendly walks in Worcestershire, meaning it stands to reason you should be looking for somewhere to relax after a long day of traipsing and trailing. We’ve rounded up seven brilliant dog pubs and dog friendly pub cum restaurant spots we think tick all the right boxes.

Close to popular attractions and warmly welcoming, these are dog-friendly pub locations you’re going to want to head to in Worcs before any others.

Our Top 7 Choices 

The Anchor Inn 

Situated in Worcester itself, this favourite local pub specialises in all kinds of food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as excellent weekend seafood. 

You can choose to sit in the pub, the beer garden, or the boathouse restaurant, which can seat up to 100 people. It’s a big party spot for that reason, but even better is the fact that you can bring pets here. Dogs are welcome in and out, making it a great versatile drinking spot all year round.

The Nightingale Inn 

This local gem of a pub remains very traditional inside and out. You will dine the typical pub decor inside, with an open roaring fire to keep warm in the winter, and a lovely beer garden outside.

However, you will find that the food is a little less about ‘traditional pub food’ and more about exquisite cuisine. 

They also allow dogs throughout the pub area and the beer garden, meaning that you don’t have to sit in the cold with your pup if you fancy a drink. In fact, at your dog will be welcomed with a bowl of water and maybe even a few treats. 

The King’s Head 

The King’s Head is a pub right next to the historic Worcester Commandery. You will have views of the canal from the beer garden and find yourself only a few minute’s walk from Worcester’s city centre. 

This local favourite has an eatery, a bar, a beer garden, and two separate rooms for private hire. You may also stumble across The King’s Head’s conservatory during your visit. 

This pub also happens to be very dog-friendly. Whether you are seated in the beer garden or inside of the pub, your dog is welcome to stick by you.

The King Charles II 

If you are after the traditional pub-going experience, then The King Charles II is a great representative of Worcester’s best. In a traditional setting of old, dark wood, leather, and wooden chairs, with only the best pub grub on the menu, you can expect a laid-back, authentic day or evening out.

This is one of the best-loved of Worcestershire pubs that allow dogs, meaning if you are exploring the county with your pets soon, you should absolutely head in to sample the bar and the food menu. Why not find yourself one of the best dog friendly cottages in Worcestershire nearby?

The Manor Arms 

The Manor Arms is a beautiful inn and pub in the heart of Worcestershire. Not your typical pub – it is more of a family friendly affair, safe, warm and full of lovely drink and food menus.

You can sit on one of the terraces, or on a stone balcony overlooking the green countryside. In fact, this pub is ideal for those who have spent some time strolling through the local greenery and want a well-deserved drink and a bite to eat.

Moreover, this pub also happens to be very dog-friendly. So, whether you plan to stay for a night or two or just want a quick drink, bring your pets while you’re at it!

The Old Bush 

Set in the village of Callow End, The Old Bush is a quaint, traditional English pub. You can choose to sit on the terrace outside for some wonderful countryside views and keep an eye on your kids in the attached play area.

Next to the pub, you will also find a farm shop cum deli / cafe. 

There is a wide selection of drinks as well as traditional pub food, enough to please everyone. This pub will also happily accept your four-legged friend onto the premises.

The Three Horseshoes 

The Three Horseshoes is in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside and is a grand location – with front and back beer gardens, you will be able to admire the rolling majesty of the Malvern Hills. 

You can choose to enjoy the views or sit inside by the roaring open fire, with one of the pub’s cask ales, malt whiskies, or a gin. Of course, it’s also a dog-friendly pub, making it ideal for any country ramblers and their pups looking for quiet pet friendly pubs.

Last Word 

Dog walkers are always likely to want somewhere cosy to retire to after a long day of exploring wider Worcestershire. The top pubs in area we’ve listed for you here not only welcome your four legged friend, but also offer amazing hospitality and atmosphere. Check out top dog friendly days out in Worcestershire to work up a thirst, too.

Want us to showcase your own inn or drinkery as part of our list of Worcestershire dog friendly pubs? Drop us a line and we’ll do what we can.

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