If you’re looking for a stay with great food and real ales on the premises a dog friendly inn in the Lake District could be right up your street. Many inns now offer dog friendly rooms in a friendly and relaxed environment. They are also often centrally located to explore the local town or village near by. Browse below where we’ve detailed some of the best inns in the Lake District, where your dog is welcome too.
The Queens Head, a former 17th century coaching inn, nestled on the side of the fells over looking the Troutbeck Valley boasts unsurpassed views of Garburn Pass, High Street and 111 Bell Ridge.
The George and Dragon is an 18th century coaching inn. It has been lovingly restored by local craftsmen who have reused stone, slate flags, design and colours sympathetic to the Georgian period.
Dating back to 1624, The Snooty Fox Country Inn nestles in the unspoiled village of Uldale in the Northern Fells of the Lake District National Park.
An established traditional Lake District Inn since 1689, The Mortal Man resides over the wondrous panoramic views of Lakeland mountains that have captivated the great minds through the centuries.
Gilpin Bridge Inn near Levens is a traditional inn offering great food, fine wines & a cracking pint, it has been tastefully refurbished to offer quality & style in a stunning location. £10 per dog per night with a limit of 2 dogs in a room. Book direct with the hotel and check availability.
Offering superb food and great real ale. Recently refurbished with considerable care and attention, the Wheatsheaf is tucked away in the picturesque village of Brigsteer, three miles from the medieval market town of Kendal.
With a breathtaking view across the beautiful Lyth Valley, the Lumley Fee Bunkhouse offers lake district accommodation with a unique window over the Lakeland hills and fells.
Situated in the heart of the quiet village of the Far Sawrey, just a 3/4 mile pleasant stroll to the National Trust home of Beatrix Potter, this Lake District inn welcomes you to come and sit by the fire.
Whether you want to drink, dine or unwind, you will find The Queen’s Head the perfect base to explore the beautiful South Lakes of Cumbria and beyond.
Uplands Inn situated between the villages of Grange-Over-Sands and Cartmel has breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and Morecambe Bay. The position of the Inn offers an accommodation and dining experience unique in comparison to those situated within the centre of the bustling village of Cartmel.
Snuggled beautifully between the majestic limestone outcrops of Scout Scar and Whitbarrow Scar, lying in the rolling, pastoral, damson tree-strewn landscape of the Lyth valley, is our luxuriously refurbished 9 bedroom hotel and restaurant.
A warm welcome and a tasty real ale awaits you here at The Mill Inn! Good food, great atmosphere and wonderful views... it's the place to be!
The Sun at Coniston is a pub, diner and four-star Inn. With an excellent location beneath the mountain of Coniston old man, the Sun Inn overlooks the picturesque village of Coniston.
With the best walks in the Lake District start right on its doorstep, or just relax in this famous old building and enjoy the good food, real ales and open fires.
The Woolpack Inn is one of Cumbria’s most historic inns, we’re lovingly restoring and refurbishing the Woolpack Inn to create a relaxed and welcoming pub, filled with great ales, hearty food, lots of laughter and a few surprises.
The Watermill is situated in the quiet village of Ings which is 2 miles East of Windermere. It has it's own award winning brewery on the premises and brews excellent beers. Dogs are welcome at a cost of £5 per night but must be pre-booked.
The Britannia Inn is nestled in the breathtaking Langdale Valley. Accommodation at the inn is comfortable and clean, with scenic views and delicious rustic seasonal pub dining, serving breakfast, lunch and supper.