Dog Friendly Pubs in Tenby

There are many dog-friendly pubs in Tenby where you can enjoy both food and drink in the company of your four-legged friend!

Some pubs allow your dog throughout the pub both inside and out. The Crown Inn is within the town walls (Lower Frog Street) near the centre of town but in a quiet back street offering food seven days a week as well as real ales. Live music is also played on Friday and Saturday night from 8.30pm. The Twisted Shamrock is a lively Irish pub within the town walls allowing dogs inside (no beer garden) and the Bush Inn is a beer only traditional pub popular with the locals - not really a family pub but allows well behaved dogs. The Evergreen in just outside of town down at the bottom of St John's Hill and allows dogs both inside and out.

Certain pubs allow dogs in the beer garden only which include the Buccaneer (they have a covered area for poor weather and offer good-value food just in the town square), Tenby House (again, a covered outside area where you can also enjoy food and right in Tudor Square), the Lifeboat Tavern (right in the square) and finally the Coach & Horses in Upper Frog Street.


Some pubs allow dogs in both the beer garden as well as a designated inside area. The Hope & Anchor is my favourite as it is near the harbour with a front facing beer garden where you can watch the world go by whilst enjoying your dinner. There is an upstairs family room where dogs are allowed if the weather is poor, The Normandie (Upper Frog St within the town walls) allows dogs in their bottom bar as well as the beer garden and offer a wide variety of food. Finally the Rugby Club is open to non members with a front facing beer garden (Upper Frog St within the town walls) and a back room inside where dogs are welcome.




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