Dog Friendly Pubs Pembrokeshire

Dog Friendly Pubs Pembrokeshire

Here you will find a variety of dog-friendly pubs, cafes, and restaurants in Pembrokeshire. Bring along your four-legged friends to join in on the family filled days out.

If you are looking for a fun day out at the beach, why not check out our Pembrokeshire Beaches section on our website, where you will find a list of stunning beaches around the Pembrokeshire coast. They have direct links to more information about the beaches that will tell you which ones are dog-friendly.

Did you know that we have a Dog-friendly section on our website where you can browse the properties we have to offer that allow your dog(s) to join you on your stay completely free? if you are looking for a dog-friendly, seaside holiday, PHC have you covered.

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South Beach Bar / Grill


The fantastic beachfront bar, serving delicious food and an excellent drinks selection.

The Swan Inn


The Swan Inn, a contemporary dining room serving superb food including seafood and other local produce.

The Brewery Inn


Real food, prepared and cooked fresh to order by their kitchen team using the very best local and British produce.

The Mulberry Restaurant


The Mulberry Restaurant is situated near the harbour of Saundersfoot. There are tables outside, where you can watch the world go by.

The Stackpole Inn


The Stackpole Inn is a place to enjoy lunch and evening meals, catering for any taste and dining experience, from an informal light lunch in our bar area with dogs.

The Carew Inn


    The intimate dining areas, each distinctively furnished are ideal for small family celebrations or business parties.

The Grove


The Grove of Narberth is a privately owned luxury hotel nestled in the heart of the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside with stunning views of the Preseli Hills.

The Kookaba


This is a very busy restaurant, offering an Australian twist. Serving a lovely Baramundi fish dish, as well as beautiful kangaroo steaks.

The Salt Cellar


Owned and run by four good friends, who have a wealth of experience in high quality hotels and restaurants, The Salt Cellar was born in February of 2016.



Cafe restaurant overlooking the Milford Haven Waterway. Open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea as well as tapas and evening meals at weekends.

The Ferry Inn


The Ferry Inn is a beautiful, historic and welcoming pub/restaurant in the picturesque village of Saint Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire.

The Druidstone Hotel


All food is homemade, using fresh ingredients from local suppliers where possible. Situated in a perfect location with stunning views.

The Bishops


The Bishops is situated in a prime position right on the Cross Square in the centre of the city of St Davids.

The Mooring


Great quality ingredients, hearty cooking and delicious flavours served up in a relaxed environment.

Picton Castle – Maria Picton


Maria’s Courtyard Restaurant at Picton Castle is the ideal place for a tasty lunchtime or afternoon indulgence.

The Castle Inn


The Castle Inn Manorbier is a family run pub set in the beautiful seaside village of Manorbier, a stones throw from Manorbier Castle and beach.

Cafe Mor


The first of it’s kind solar-powered converted fishing boat. Or just Cafe Môr for short. Located on the very Southwest tip of Pembrokeshire overlooking the very beautiful beach.

The Jolly Sailor


The Jolly Sailor in Burton occupies a sensational position on the Cleddau river, across the water from Pembroke Dock.



Morawelon Cafe bar and restaurant provides a stylish and relaxing place to relax with an a-la-carte menu, hot and cold snacks and a variety of  tea, coffee and cold drinks along with scrumptious cakes.

The Cove


This is the perfect location if you’re looking for a stylish place to eat with family, a classy bar for an evening drink out, or for a cosy afternoon catchup with friends.

The Royal Oak


The Royal Oak is located in the centre of the Pembrokeshire town and fishing ferry port of Fishguard. The pub is famous for its place in history as in 1797.