10 of the best dog friendly pubs in Surrey
PUBLISHED: 11:00 01 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:30 01 August 2017
There’s nothing better than huddling in the corner of a country pub with your dog, sipping beer and reading the paper. Surrey has dog friendly pubs a-plenty and here’s ten of our favourite places to go…
The Woolpack, Elstead
After a long walk with your four-legged friend, this place is a great spot to put up your feet in front of a roaring fire with a pint of ale. The pub is owned by an Italian family, so there are plenty of delicious Italian dishes on the menu and it has a wonderful countryside location on the green in Elstead.
The Abinger Hatch, Abinger Common
Nestled in the heart of the rolling Surrey hills lies the Abinger Hatch. It’s the perfect pub for curling up with your pooch fireside, or enjoying the delightful landscaped gardens in the summer with a beer in hand. Why not try one of the ever-changing cask and guest ales on offer? We enjoy a pint of Ringwood Best.
The Wheatsheaf, Esher
This historic public house has been a landmark on Esher Green for over 200 years, and with an abundance of comfy armchairs, free newspapers, delicious food and an extensive wine list on offer - is it any wonder? In the warmer weather, the terrace makes a wonderful sun trap for alfresco dining with Fido at your feet.
The Bell, Fetcham
Whether you’re looking for post-walk rest bite or you’ve skipped the walk altogether and headed straight to your local boozer, this bright village pub is the heart of Fetcham’s community and it is dog-friendly too. Snuggle up in a comfy armchair and while away the afternoon with man’s best friend and a pint of local ale.
The Fox and Hounds, Englefield Green
Your pooches will be truly spoilt rotten at this countryside pub with bowls of fresh water and treats. Located only a short distance from the Guards Polo Club, The Fox and Hounds has delicious home-cooked food, a warm and welcoming atmosphere and a place to tie up your horse if you’ve been out for a trot around Surrey!
The Holly Bush, Frensham
Dog-lovers, walkers and cyclists alike are invited to unwind in this cosy and quintessential pub and to make the most of a well-stocked bar, ever-changing menu and wonderful seasonal dishes. It is the perfect pub for a post-pooch walk due to its beautiful rural location.
The Jolly Farmer, Bramley
This family-owned pub is renowned for its unpretentious and light-hearted atmosphere, scrumptious burgers and notoriously good roast dinners. It has a quirky interior with lots of interesting decorations, and most importantly, you’re free to bring your well behaved pups for a piece of the action.
The Duke of Wellington, East Horsley
Great beers, fine wines and a delicious menu has always been the perfect recipe for a fantastic pub. But what truly makes the Duke of Wellington so good, is that you’re welcome to bring your dog along too. What more could you and your canine friends ask for?
The Parrot, Forest Green
This inviting country pub has beautiful low-beamed ceilings, flagstone floors and a charming, typically English décor. Combine this was a lovely ambience, delicious menu and an idyllic location overlooking the green and you know you’re on to a winner.
The Mulberry Inn, Chiddingfold
The Mulberry Inn believes a pub should be a place to relax and spend time with your friends, family and four-legged friends, and we couldn’t agree more. As well as a tasty menu of British pub classics, the Mulberry does a fantastic Sunday roast. Don’t forget to share your veg with your pooch!
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