Dog friendly Pubs in London

Brockwell Park, SE24

Brockwell Park is a perfect place to walk the dog and if you live in South London, you are very lucky! It’s large, has many aspects, easy to park and is safe for our dogs. It is  huge at approximately 125 acres so plenty of space to walk and run with your dogs. It is between Brixton, Herne Hill and Tulse Hill, bordered by Brixton Water Lane, Norwood Road, Tulse Hill (Road), and Dulwich Roadbrockwell-1

From the top of the hill it  has amazing views of the skyline of the city and Central London

 

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Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, London. SE24 9BJ

 

 

 

 

 

The Windsor Castle, E5 

The Windsor Castle is a great dog friendly Victorian pub located at 135 Lower Clapton Road, Hackney.The pub features two courtyard style gardens, a dining area and a horse shoe bar serving (mostly) European wines, seasonal house drinks, and local craft beers. The kitchen serves hearty pub food with a focus on local and seasonal produce seven days a week, including a classic Sunday roast. It also has generous outside seating area which is candle lit in the evenings. You see so many hipster dogs in The Windsor (and the resident cat)!

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The Rose and Crown,  N16

The Rose and Crown is one of Stoke Newington’s favourite pubs and is very dog friendly. Enjoy a nice walk in Clissold Park which is just across the road and then stop off for a drink or Sunday lunch. Dog bowls of water always on offer. It is always busy and attracts a mixed crowd for its friendly, unpretentious atmosphere, roaring fire in winter, and lovely old-fashioned style.

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The_narrow_boatThe Narrow Boat, St Peters Street, N1

Lovely, dog-friendly pub in the heart Islington but off the main road. Location perfect and views over the Regents Canal.  Good wines, beers and food and staff are friendly and welcoming.
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