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Dog-friendly pubs in the Peaks
Dog-friendly Pubs in the Peaks. If you’re holidaying with your dog in the Peak District National Park here’s a list of dog-friendly pubs where everyone is welcome.
At Wheeldon Trees we have three very popular dog-friendly cottages – Ollerenshaw, Critchlow and Lomas as well as a dedicated dog meadow.
Given the beauty of our surroundings at Wheeldon Trees, you are definitely going to want to explore our local area and finish with a trip to the pub.
Guests at Wheeldon Trees say that our near neighbours, The Royal Oak, offer a very warm welcome to four-legged visitors. All areas of the pub are dog-friendly and they offer an amazing menu of home-cooked food for you to enjoy. Our guests love the Sunday roast menu which offers beef, lamb, pork or roast vegetarian wellington.
Another local which is walkable from Wheeldon and dog-friendly are our friends at the Packhorse Inn in Crowdecote. The staff are lovely, the portions large and the draft beer very good. As a result, what’s not to love?
The Bulls Head at Monyash is a short drive away from Wheeldon Trees. What’s more, the pub offers its full menu from the bar and garden which are both dog-friendly. Be warned, the portions are huge – on the menu you’ll find steak and kidney pie, minted lamb casserole, plaice, scampiand trout and leek and mushroom crumble.
The Devonshire Arms at Beely is both picturesque and charming and is the kind of country inn that dreams are made of. Located in a cosy corner of the Chatsworth Estate, the pub is recognised by the Michelin Guide and what’s more, your dog is welcome to dine with you.
If you’re out exploring Castleton, Ye Olde Nag’s Head is dog-friendly. This 17th century coaching inn is today a traditional cosy pub with roaring wood fires throughout. Dogs are welcome in the bar and the Hayloft.