... in Newcastle city centre
Famed for the friendliness of its people, you will discover a warm and welcoming atmosphere when spending time in Newcastle’s fetching city centre. Full of character, its compact nature makes it a ‘walk in the park’ when visiting with man’s best friend.
Bursting with historical and cultural attractions, exceptional restaurants and interesting bars there’s a venue to satisfy everyone’s needs, including proud pooch parents. Take a step back in time and discover some of Newcastle’s fascinating past with a visit to the oldest purpose-built restaurant in the UK, Blackfriars Restaurant and Parlour Bar. The Parlour Bar, a beautiful room featuring stone walls, a wood-clad bar and comfortable leather armchairs is dog-friendly, with tasty platters on offer for both man and dog.
For a memorable dog-friendly visit to Newcastle’s city centre, stop by self-proclaimed ‘hound paradise’ City Tavern. Conveniently located off Northumberland Street, you’ll be graced with the presence of a City Tavern resident bar hound with well-behaved dogs encouraged to join in on the fun. Treat your delightful dog to a gourmet dog treat from the doggy menu and wash it down with the water bowls widely available throughout the pub. Cheers, pet!
Not to be missed for all dog lovers is the city’s only dedicated dog café Dog and Scone, although this is one your own pet will be in the dog’s house for. Enjoy the company of the café’s resident dogs, which includes Noodle, the longhaired mini dachshund and teacup Pomeranian, Sugar among many other pretty pups. Sit back and relax with a cup of tea and treat yourself to a slice of cake, reassured that all entry fees go towards the welfare of these adorable dogs. You and your pup are not far from a number of city centre, dog-friendly parks too and will not have far to walk if you stay at dog-friendly hotel, Motel One in the heart of Newcastle.
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