Dog-friendly pubs in and around Whitby
We welcome dogs in many of our holiday cottages so we thought you’d find it useful to see a list of dog friendly pubs for you to enjoy with your pooch during your stay in Whitby. Feel free to let us know if you think we should add any more to the list!
The Buck Inn, 11 St Anne’s Staith, Whitby
A good pub that always offers a bowl of water for your dog. Sometimes doesn’t serve food so best to check beforehand.
The Endeavour, Church Street, Whitby
Very popular with locals and tourists. Welcome to take fish & chips in to eat with your drinks as they don’t have a kitchen.
The Black Horse Inn, 91 Church Street, Whitby
Traditional small town pub. There are 2 rooms that dogs are allowed in where a bowl of water will be provided. Bar snacks only.
The Little Angel, 18 Flowergate, Whitby
Nice old pub that serves good pub grub. Decked beer garden at the rear.
The Pier Inn, 4–6 Pier Road, Whitby
Dogs allowed in the right hand side of the pub. Simple bar menu and all day breakfast is available. Very dog friendly and also has outdoor seating and live music on weekend evenings.
The Golden Lion, 8 Golden Lion Bank, Whitby
Quaint little pub. Warm and welcoming.
The Granby, 34 Skinner Street, Whitby
Very welcoming to dogs. Good beer and good basic menu. Live entertainment.
The Hart Inn, Seafront, Sandsend, Whitby
Set on the coastline and just 10 yards from the beach. Dogs most welcome in both the bar and the beer garden.
The Dolphin, Bridge Street, Whitby
Next to swing bridge and views over the harbour. Dogs welcome on ground floor, water and dog biscuits offered.
The First In Last Out, nr Station, Whitby
Family and dog friendly. Allowed to bring in takeaway into the pub to eat (Railway Chippie across the road).
The Fleece, Church Street, Whitby
Traditional old pub with a good mix of locals and visitors in season.
The Plough Inn, 180 Coach Rd, Sleights
Serves all meals in the large bar and dogs are most welcome. Also has a beer garden.
Fylingdales Inn, Thorpe Lane, Fylingthorpe
Happy for dogs to visit while owners enjoy a drink.