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The Best Dog Friendly Restaurants in Newquay

 
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With so many beautiful, dog friendly cottages in or portfolio, we love to encourage our guests to bring their furry friends on holiday with them. When you’re on new turf, we know it can be difficult figuring out the best places to eat! If you’re after a quick guide to tell you the best dog friendly restaurants in Newquay – you’ve found it! Check out our blog below for the ulti-mutt places to dine with your dog!

Best places in the town…

The Fox’s Revenge

In the running for a Muddy Stiletto award for the best destination pub in Cornwall! The Fox’s Revenge is a family and dog friendly restaurant offering punchy flavours, sharing dishes and proper pub food in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. On their menu you’ll find ‘Chef inspired comfort food’ made from delicious Cornish produce, seasonal cocktails, fantastic service and great wine by the glass and bottle. Book your table here.

Box & Barber

The pawfect place for breakfast! If you’re just finishing your morning walk and have built up an appetite – head to Box & Barber for amazing coffee, beautiful laid-back decor, lots of outside seating and a delicious breakfast menu. Your pup is sure to be well received by their happy staff! They also have free Wifi – in case you want to post a picture of your instagram-worthy breakfast!

Belushi’s

We love the relaxed atmosphere at Belushis, perfect for lunch or an early dinner. Their sports bar style, casual dining experience features a large courtyard complete with fairy lights. Serving up generously portioned comfort food, Belushi’s is a great place to stop for a pint and a burger! You might also get a table overlooking Towan Beach!

Bush Pepper

Newquay’s fresh, contemporary Australian influenced restaurant. Bush Pepper fuses Australian food with Cornwall’s finest ingredients, resulting in a menu filled with dishes that offer a twist on the usual dining options in Newquay. You can dine with your dog at Bush Pepper up until 5pm, so it’s perfect for a late lunch or early dinner. Book your table online here.

The Fish Bar

We have two words for you – Seafood. Tapas. Doesn’t that sound incredible? Located right in the heart of Newquay The Fish Bar serves up local fresh fish and seafood. It is definitely one of those menus where everything looks SO delicious, it’s hard to pick what to go for! Check out their menu here. Open from Tuesdays – Saturdays from 6pm, your dog is welcome to join you for some tail-wagging tapas!

Lakeside Cafe

Okay, so this one isn’t exactly IN town. However, it is close by and a great distance to walk with your pooch! The cafe is located right next to Newquay’s boating lake. A tranquil spot to stop and relax with a coffee or light lunch. Dog friendly both inside (till evening service) and out, the staff at Lakeside Cafe love dogs, and make sure your pup has water and maybe even a treat or two!

Freddo’s Ice Cream

Located on Bank Street, an absolute MUST for you and your mutt! Freddo’s is Newquay’s finest home-made Cornish ice cream with all the toppings, and they even serve ice cream especially for dogs! Now that’s what we call a treat! Follow them on Instagram here.

On the Beach…

The Stable

A simple menu packed with delicious homemade pizzas and sides. The relaxed atmosphere and incredible views of the rolling waves of Fistral beach make this one of our personal favourites. The staff are always super friendly and they allow dogs inside even for the evening service! Spacious, tasty and service with a smile! Make sure you enjoy dinner here while the sun goes down on the horizon one evening – you won’t regret it!

Fistral Beach Bar

A super casual dining experience on Fistral beach! A great place to enjoy a few drinks or tuck into some tasty bar food. The beach bar has everything you need for a laid back holiday atmosphere. Enjoy a cider and a plate of nachos with a gorgeous view of the beach, fresh air on your face and your dog at your feet.

Rick Steins Fistral

Overlooking Fistral beach, Rick Stein offers a relaxed and family friendly restaurant, bringing together the freshest local seafood with flavours inspired by Rick’s travels around India and the Far East. Make sure you try their fish & chips served with homemade tartare or Goan curry sauce, available to eat in the restaurant or enjoy a takeaway on the beach! Childrens menu available, free Wifi and of course, dog friendly.

The Boathouse

A relaxed street food market in Newquay Harbour offering fresh Cornish seafood and a variety of global fare! They don’t take bookings, so all you need to do is show up and find somewhere to sit on their covered decking area, converted lobster tanks or picnic tables on the beach. All food is served in recyclable takeaway boxes, so why not bring a blanket and enjoy your food on the beach while your pup explores the harbour?

We just know you’re going to have a very happy howl-iday! If you haven’t booked your dog friendly accommodation yet, browse our properties here!

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