There’s nothing quite like going on holiday with your adorable and loyal four-legged companion.
But what happens if you plan on going out for dinner, or visiting a pub, that doesn’t allow for dogs?
We know there’s no reason why you should keep your pup in a strange hotel, or safely locked in the car, while you enjoy a family meal. After all, if you’re travelling within the UK this summer, you probably chose to because you could bring your pet along.
So if have plans to visit Anglesey this summer, here is a short list of our favourite dog-friendly pubs and cafes in North Wales – including one or two great restaurants too.
PS. If you’d like to find out more about owning your very own holiday home on Anglesey, view our eBrochure here.
Located close to the beautiful village of Moelfre, Ty Dderw is a haven for anyone that loves good food, good wine, and exceptionally welcoming surroundings.
The restaurant is ran by Head Chef, Mark Williams who has over 23 years experience of professional cooking – including for the Queen. He has a passion for sourcing his produce locally and creates some of the best Welsh dishes on Anglesey.
This is a firm dog-friendly favourite amongst locals and regular visitors to Anglesey, so we thoroughly recommend that your bring your loving pooch to this great establishment.
After a long day of walking in the Welsh countryside, there’s nothing better than retiring to a warm and welcoming pub for some hearty grub.
But if you prefer the sound of pan roasted hake with samphire, or summer barley risotto, then you’ll absolutely love The White Eagle. This beautiful pub has a fantastic wine and beer list and attracted plenty of critical acclaim since it first re-opened its doors in 2007.
It’s also the perfect spot if you’re travelling with your dog, with the dog-friendly owners, John and Alex, more than happy to accommodate.
This beautiful Grade II listed building has been lovingly restored from its 18th century origins, and now offers a fantastic selection of delicious food and drink for tourists and locals alike.
But what really makes the Black Lion is its commitment to work exclusively with local producers – including Halen Môn and Four Seasons.
So if you’re in the mood for relaxing beside a wood-burning stove, or perhaps sitting outside on the patio to enjoy views of the Snowdonia mountains, then this is one of the best views you’ll enjoy in Anglesey.
And of course – dogs are welcome too.
With a fantastic seasonal menu, The Tavern On The Bay always has a new trick up its sleeve – offering some of the best and most delicious cuisine available.
But this restaurant also has a fascinating history, having first been built in 1924 as a marine cottage on the coast. That’s why The Tavern has a number of beautiful indoor features that make it stand out from the rest, not to mention a beautiful view of the Irish Sea.
With a laid back feel, excellent food, and friendly owners who always seem to be smiling, we think this is a lovely dog-friendly destination for a spot of beachfront cuisine.
Dog friendly restaurants and pubs in Anglesey
Anglesey is the perfect home away from home holiday destination – with a fantastic range of attractions and sites to keep you occupied throughout your stay. We also have plenty going on at Silver Bay too.
But if you would prefer to unwind in a pub, or enjoy a lovely evening meal, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the number of establishments across the island. Especially if you’re travelling with your beloved pet.
So next time you worry about leaving the dog behind on holiday, have a look at everything Silver Bay and Anglesey has to offer.
You can also view our eBrochure to find out more about life at Silver Bay Holiday Village.