The Fox Inn
The Fox Inn is a 15th century Inn located within easy walking distance to Bury St Edmunds Town Centre. Offering a high standard of accommodation and a cosy environment to enjoy food and drink in, The Fox Inn is a great base for exploring Suffolk and the surrounding areas.
The Fox Inn have a lovely outdoor and indoor dog friendly dining area, perfect for a relaxing meal or drink with man's best friend!
Dog Friendly Midgar
Dog friendly Midgar is an independent cafe serving good coffee, tasty toasties, scrumptious homebaked treats within a friendly, cosy and tranquil atmosphere. We're located on St John's Street, a road full of character with many independent shops just off the main shopping square of Bury St Edmunds.
We serve specialty coffee, brewed teas, fresh juices, natural smoothies, homemade cakes, vegan and vegetarian toasties. If you're looking for an eye-catching, cosy atmosphere with friendly faces and great coffee be our guest!
Located just off the market square in Bury St Edmunds, Edmundo Lounge welcomes you and your dog for brunch, lunch, dinner or drinks.
It's a great place to rest your feet after a morning visiting the town's historical hot spots and shops. Settle down on a comfy chair in a quiet corner with your dog and order from the varied menu which features dishes including buttermilk fried chicken, macaroni cheese, goan vegetable curry, burgers, salads and tapas. There is an extensive vegan menu too and all dietary requirements are catered for.
This award-winning pub in St Andrew's Street South welcomes well-behaved dogs. Not only can you get a great homemade meal using seasonal and local produce wherever possible, but your dog will be welcome at Oakes Barn Pub too.
Since opening in 2013, they have been featured in the Good Beer Guide and have been the winner of town pub, community pub from CAMRA and various other local awards.
Really Rather Good
If you love coffee, then you will love Really Rather Good; an independent cafe located on Angel Hill serving a wide range of coffees and teas, complimented by a menu of sandwiches, paninis, wraps, salads and cakes.
Beverages on the menu include Americanos, Cappucinos, Cortados, Rooibos tea and Earl Grey. Dogs are welcome to sit with you inside the cafe and outside, where you can sit and watch the world go by and take in the stunning views of the Abbey Gardens and Cathedral.
No5 Angel Hill
Dogs are welcome at No5 Angel Hill with indoor and outside seating available, overlooking the historic Abbey Gate.
There are two Caffè Nero’s in the town on Abbeygate Street and the Cornhill both of which welcome dogs and their owners. Both establishments serve a wide variety of coffees and teas, plus cakes, pastries and sandwiches.
Afternoon Tea for Dogs at The Ickworth
Waggy Tails Tea Time at The Ickworth
That's right, your canine companions can now join in on the fun with their very own dedicated Afternoon Tea at The Ickworth Hotel, near Bury St Edmunds!
Their Waggy Tails Tea Time include treats such as:
🐾 Paw-dit-ites: crunchy carrots, apple & cheese
🐾 Dingley Dell Daschund sausage
🐾 Lick-a-licious liver cake
🐾 Pawnut butter biscuits
🐾 Canine carrot cake with pawsome frosting
🐾 Served with a puppacino and a delicious bowl of H2O
Owners, that means no more sharing or saving that last bite because your doggo will be spoilt for choice. The hardest part to decide will be...where will they start first! To book this pawsome treat for your furry friend, then call the hotel directly on 01284 735350.
Weeping Willow in Barrow
Wagging tails will always be welcome through the door of the Weeping Willow in Barrow. So much so, that they have created a special dog menu, with your four-legged companion in mind.
Their special doggy areas include the bar, snug, raspberry room and of course anywhere in their large garden. They even have a Dog Menu - choose from soft chews, squishy treats or even a cooked sausage from the kitchen!
Team members are always on hand with doggy treats and tips for the best dog walks in the area.
Looking for More Dining Options?
To see a full list of Dog Friendly eateries who have joined the Dog Friendly Bury St Edmunds Scheme visit the Bury St Edmunds Dog Friendly Businesses Online Guide.
Why not share your photos of you and your pooch exploring Bury St Edmunds on social media using the hashtag #dogfriendlybse? If you're on twitter tag @dogfriendlybse, on instagram tag @dogfriendlybse and facebook use #dogfriendlybse.
Stay with your dog in Bury St Edmunds! Visit our Dog Friendly Places to Stay Guide.
Visit our Food and Drink Directory for more yummy food and drink businesses in Bury St Edmunds and Beyond!
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