The Bath BID Welcome Ambassadors Recommends: Dog-friendly places to eat and drink in Bath


We have gathered together as much information as possible about dog-friendly places in Bath which welcome your four legged waggy tailed friends. Some businesses welcome them inside and provide water and some go much further providing snacks and treats.

Bill’s Dog Menu!

Your four-legged friends will no longer have to watch you enjoy your delicious Bill’s meal in envy. Introducing Bill’s Dog menu.

Got a pup that loves a snack? They’ll love Denzel’s Superfood, Nut Butter, or High Protein Bites, all crammed with healthy & delicious ingredients. Keep that tail wagging with a Scoop’s Vanilla Ice-Cream for Dogs, made from fresh farm milk with added Vitamin C! To wash it all down, Posh Pooch’s Tailwagger Creek Wine (non-alcoholic) is packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to keep your pup fit & healthy.

That’s woofing delicious!

Bath Brew House

14 James St West

Serving up the freshest beers in Bath since 2013. Whether you’re a beer fanatic, after some classic pub grub, or just looking to soak up some sun in a colourful beer garden – Bath Brew House is a great place to enjoy with your pooch!

The Cork

11 – 12 Westgate Buildings

Situated right in the heart of Bath, The Cork boasts two bars, two vaulted party pod booths, a conservatory and a very large alfresco terrace area. You won’t find a better pub in which to socialise, relax, watch live sport or have a full-on party!

Clayton’s Kitchen

15A George St

Clayton’s Kitchen is a perennial favourite for local foodies and discerning travellers. Robert Clayton, the restaurant’s Chef Patron since its inception in 2012, creates uncomplicated dishes that explore and showcase the freshest and very best ingredients. He is inspired by Mediterranean and modern French cuisine. Robert ensure that every dish is prepared, cooked and presented to perfection.

The Bell Inn

103 Walcot St

The Bell is a historic free house and music pub on the edge of Bath city centre: it is owned by around 500 of its customers, fans and workers under IPS CoOperative rules. There is live music three times a week ranging from jazz to blues to folk to other things- check out the free band listings and What’s On page, open mic nights on Thursday, plus DJ nights at the weekend – always free!

Good Day Cafe

12 Upper Borough Walls

The dog-friendly Good Day Cafe serves up Brunch, Brownies and Coffee in Bath city centre 7 days a week!

Hall & Woodhouse

1 Old King Street

Originally an auction house built in the 1960’s Hall & Woodhouse is a stunning bar and restaurant in the heart of Bath, voted a must see by the Mail on Sunday. No matter what the occasion Hall & Woodhouse is perfect, whether you’re looking for a quick lunch, celebration dinner, business meeting or just a few drinks.

Society Cafe

5 Kingsmead Square & 19 High Street

Beautiful cafes serving fantastic speciality coffee in the heart of Bath, open 7 days a week!

Marlborough Tavern

35 Marlborough Buildings

At The Marlborough Tavern you’ll find a warm welcome, freshly prepared home cooked food and friendly service. They’re located in a beautiful spot near to the centre of Bath, just around the corner from The Royal Crescent. Whether you’re thinking of dining, having a quick snack or just popping in for a pint, they hope to see you soon.

Sweet Little Things

Old Bond Street

Sweet Little Things tea room and bakery is centrally located, and is probably the most ‘instagrammable’ cafe in the whole of Bath. They offer breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and a selection of sweet little things, as the name would suggest.

Boston Tea Party

8 Alfred Street & Kingsmead Square

Bath BTP in Kingsmead Square was one of the first BTP cafés and is now something of an institution for local coffee connoisseurs. Sitting on the edge of a busy Bath square, it’s the perfect spot to watch the world go by. They’re a breastfeeding friendly cafe, and welcome dogs too.

Cafe au Lait

12/14 Dorchester Street

A family run, independent coffee house in the centre of Bath, opposite Bath train station, offering speciality coffee and award winning teas, large breakfast and lunch menus with daily specials made fresh to order by talented chefs.

Cafe Lucca

1 Bartlett Street

Cafe Lucca has won the best cafe / restaurant in Bath award and has become very popular with locals and visitors
from breakfast through lunch and afternoon tea. They make a fresh seasonal salad bar every day and also serve gourmet panini, bruschetta and signature melts. House made quiche and the largest home made cake display in Bath.

Published in
11 April 2022
Last Updated
16 April 2024