It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and after long winter walks around the city with loved ones and four-legged friends, there is nothing better than refuelling in one of Salisbury’s cosy dog-friendly pubs.
Here are our choices of dog-friendly pubs in Salisbury:
Dogs (and humans) are welcome to warm up next to the fire in this traditional pub which dates back to 1350.
Behind the bar, you’ll find a range of wines, gins, cocktails, beers and local ales, alongside traditional English dishes, stonebaked pizzas and great burgers.
Take your pooch back in time to one of the oldest pubs in Salisbury.
The Haunch of Venison has oak beams, antique furniture, wood-panelled walls, a warming log burner and an abundance of history.
Quench your thirst with a drink in the cosy pub area after wandering around the city’s medieval streets.
This traditional English public house is the perfect place to warm up with man’s best friend after a brisk walk around the Cathedral Close.
Inside you’ll find roaring fires, plenty of olde worlde charm, great food and award-winning beers.
The large beer garden also has cosy firepits and stunning views of the cathedral spire!
This quirky gastropub has a large outside area with bookable beach huts and a cosy snug to keep visitors, including the dogs, safe from the elements.
From brunch on the sofa to board games, burgers and beers - The Old Ale and Coffee House has something for everyone - even the furriest of friends.
Located in Salisbury's historic market square, this 18th Century Fuller's pub is the perfect place to warm up with a drink by the fire.
The Ox Row Inn is a traditional pub that serves original craft ales, wines and spirits, plus seasonal, hearty pub grub. They have biscuits for good doggies too!
Take the weight off your feet and kick back in a comfy armchair at The Pheasant Inn.
Furry friends are welcome in this cosy pub which features open fires, brick and timber walls, hand-pulled ales and a menu of pub classics.
Looking for some local winter walks to do before your pooch-pleasing pub visit? Click here to Experience Salisbury by foot.