Paws 4 A Pint
Listed below are the names of pubs that we know of that do allow well behaved dogs on leads in with their owners, who will hopefully be just as well behaved, to enjoy a drink of real ale in good company. Many of the pubs listed have water bowls for the refreshment of four-legged visitors and even free doggy treats.
A reminder to those pubs that do not allow dogs: at the end of the dog's lead is someone who will buy a drink and hopefully come back again!
Nottingham Branch Area:
Admiral Rodney at Wollaton
Boat and Horses, Beeston Rylands
Boat at Dunkirk, Lenton
Bread and Bitter, Woodthorpe Drive, Mapperley Top
Broadway Cinema Bar, Broad Street, Nottingham
Bunkers Hill, Hockley. Nottingham
Castle, Castle Road, Nottingham
Crown, Church Street, Beeston
Doctor's Orders micropub, Mansfield Road, Carrington - water bowl & dog biscuits.
Earl of Chesterfield, Shelford
Embankment, 282 Arkwright St, Nottingham
Foresters, Huntingdon Street, Nottingham
Four Bells Inn, 87 Main Street, Woodborough - free dog biscuits & water, and Doggie Menu launched in June...
Fox and Crown at Basford
Hand and Heart, Derby Road
Hop Pole, High Road, Beeston
Horse & Groom, Linby
Horse & Groom, Radford Road, Basford
King William IV, Eyre Street, Sneinton
Lincolnshire Poacher, Nottingham
Nags Head, Mansfield Road, Nottingham
Navigation, Wilford Street, Nottingham
Newshouse, Canal Street, Nottingham
New Carrington Inn, Mansfield Road, Carrington.
Old Angel Inn, Stoney Street, Nottingham
Organ Grinder, Alfreton Road, Nottingham
Peacock, Mansfield Road
Plough, Saint Peters Street, Radford
Poppy and Pint, Lady Bay, West Bridgford
Portland, off Alfreton Road, Nottingham
Pottle of Blues, Beeston
Queen Adelaide, Sneinton
Queens Head, Watnall
Robin Hood (AND) Little John, Arnold
Stratford Haven, Stratford Road, West Bridgford
Sun Inn at Gotham
Three Crowns at Ruddington
Vat and Fiddle, Queensbridge Road, Nottingham
Victoria, Dovecote Lane, Beeston
White Horse at Ruddington
White Lion, Swingate, Kimberley
White Lion, Town Street, Bramcote
Derby Branch Area
Brewery Tap / Royal Standard, Derwent St., Derby
Five Lamps, 39 Duffield Rd, Derby DE1 3JG
Furnace Inn, 9 Duke St., Derby DE1 3BX
Little Chester Ale House micropub, 4a Chester Green Rd., Derby DE1 3SF - water bowl (& dog biscuits for good dogs).
Exeter Arms, Exeter Place, Derby DE1 2EU
Erewash Branch Area
Dewdrop Inn, Ilkeston - water bowl & dog bicuits.
Marlpool Alehouse, 5 Breach Rd, Marlpool, Heanor
Queens Head, Marlpool, Near Heanor
Newark Branch Area
Final Whistle, Station Road, Southwell
Hearty Good Fellow, Church Street, Southwell
Just Beer micropub, Swan and Solman Yard, Newark NG24 1B
Old Coach House, Easthorpe, Southwell
North Notts Branch Area
Mallard, Worksop Station, Worksop
Vale of Belvoir Branch Area
Horse & Plough, Bingham
Horse Chestnut, Radcliffe
Wheatsheaf Inn, Bingham
The £1.00 Day Rover Ticket on the NCT buses is still available. This ticket covers your dog for all day travel for the £1.00 charge.
Currently the cost for a dog travelling on any Trent Barton bus is a half-fare or equivalent of a child's fare. However, don't forget the offers available on Zig-Zag fares, particularly the Zig-Zag Play and Group fares.
Dogs can currently travel free on Premiere buses.
Dogs can currently travel free on the train.
Unfortunately, dogs cannot travel on any NET tram unless it is an assistance or guide dog.
There are plenty of walks for you to do that can incorporate dog friendly pubs but a suggested level and fairly easy one is to follow the canal towpath between Nottingham and Beeston. This walk will encompass some fine dog-friendly real ale pubs. Start at the Navigation on Wilford Street, below the Castle and then walk up the canal until you come to Beeston. About half way along you can come off the canal at Gregory Street, go down to Abbey Street and then left and first left onto Priory Street; here you will see The Boat at Dunkirk. Retrace your steps back onto the canal.
Carry along on the canal and as you approach Beeston Lock you will see a bridge on the right hand side; cross over this bridge and walk down Canal Side until you reach Trent Road on your right. Here turn right onto Trent Road and on the right hand side you will see The Boat and Horses Pub. From there, if you wish you can visit both the Victoria and the Crown Inn, and if you are feeling energetic go on to the Hop Pole. The walk is about 4 miles to the Boat and Horses.
If you know of any other dog friendly pubs in and around Nottingham - or within easy reach by PUBlic Transport - please let us know so we can include them.
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Happy dog walking - and supporting our local, not-so-local and community pubs.