We've found 9 dog friendly pubs in Lancashire.
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The BullBroughton, near Skipton, Lancashire BD23 3AE
T: 01756 792065
www: The Bull
Traditional village pub that is part of the Broughton Hall estate. Local ales and good quality pub food are served.
Dogs welcome in the bar area. Food is served in the bar.
Owd Nell's TavernGuy's Thatched Hamlet, Canal Side, Bilsborrow, near Garstang, Lancashire PR3 0RS
T: 01995 640010
www: Owd Nell's Tavern
Family-run pub next to Lancaster Canal, with a wealth of period features. A great choice of real ales and fruit beers are available and hearty home-cooked meals are served.
Dogs welcome in the flagged floor areas of the pub.
The Shireburn ArmsWhalley Road, Hurst Green, Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 9QJ
T: 01254 826518
www: The Shireburn Arms
Family-run pub with panoramic countryside views. The pub was said to be a favourite of Lord of the Rings author J. R. R. Tolkien. A traditional British menu with a modern twist is served.
Dogs welcome in the bar area when no food is being served.
The House Without a Name75-77 Leagate, Harwood, Bolton, Lancashire BL2 3ET
T: 01204 433568
www: The House Without a Name
A local, community, pub located in the small village of Harwood in Bolton, The House Without A Name or 'No Name' as the locals fondly know it as, was once 2 cottages but joined together in approx 1832.
This pub always lets dogs in and they even get given treats.
The Whoop HallBurrow with Burrow, Kirkby Lonsdale, Carnforth, Lancashire LA6 2GY
T: 015242 71284
www: The Whoop Hall
Converted barn that was once a foxhound kennel. Local ales and an imaginative menu based on fresh local produce is served. The pub has a garden and children's play area.
Dogs welcome in the bar and lounge area. Dogs welcome in the guest bedrooms at a small extra charge.
The Sun InnMarket Street, Kirkby Lonsdale, Lancashire LA6 2AU
T: 015242 71965
www: The Sun Inn
17th century pub with oak floors, log fires and a good selection of wines and guest ales. Delicious food adds to this pub's popularity.
Dogs welcome in the bar area where a bowl of water can be provided. Dogs area also allowed in most of the pubs guest bedrooms for a small extra charge.
Elletson ArmsStakepool, Pilling, Preston, Lancashire PR3 6AH
T: 01253 750269
www: Elletson Arms
Pub / Restaurant on the Fylde Coast between Fleetwood and Lancaster. Well behaved dogs receive gravy bones - their owners can indulge in award winning real ales, fine wines or a comprehensive selection of soft drinks.
Dogs are allowed in the bar. Dog biscuits are provided. Water bowls are available. The pub has a resident dog. The only place that dogs are not allowed is the restaurant area - otherwise they are welcome in the main bar, tap room and beer garden.
Hark to Bounty InnTownend, Slaidburn, near Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 3EP
T: 01200 446246
www: Hark to Bounty Inn
Traditional country inn named after a squire's favourite dog, whose baying could be heard above a pack of hounds. The pub has an attractive and peaceful beer garden and a great range of snacks and meals are served.
Well behaved dogs welcome but not in the public areas whilst food is being served. Dogs welcome in the guest bedrooms for a small extra charge.
The Dog Inn55 King Street, Whalley, Near Clitheroe, Lancashire BB7 9SP
T: 01254 823009
www: The Dog Inn
The Dog Inn is Whalley's traditional village inn. Food served daily 12pm-2pm. We have an Open Mic/Jam Night, first Thursday of the month 9pm-11.30pm everyone welcome to get up and do something or come along and listen.
Dogs are allowed in the bar. Water bowls are available. The pub has a resident dog.