Dog friendly bars and restaurants
Visiting St Andrews and The East Neuk of Fife is even more enjoyable when you can bring your four-legged friend along. With the vast countryside and beaches to explore, it’ll be a trip they’ll never forget. To make choosing places to visit during your stay easier, we have compiled a list of the best local bars and restaurants where dogs are more than welcomed.
St Andrews Brewing Co.
With two venues in St Andrews, one of South Street and the other on North Street, St Andrews brewing co source the best local produce from suppliers to create great food and drink to be enjoyed. If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the sports over dinner, the North Street venue shows all the main events on their multiple screens, including a projector room. For the four-legged visitors, that staff provide a water bowl and treats with dog beds stacked up for your use should your dog need some chill time. As an added bonus, our guests will receive a 10% discount!
Conveniently positioned a stones throw from West Sands beach, the Pub & Girl in the basement of the famous Hamilton Grand is the perfect pit stop after a blast on the beach. The offer a range of delicious, Scottish cuisine and a diverse selection of local drink.
The Golf Hotel, Crail
If you are looking for great food in a relaxed environment, the Golf Hotel in Crail has bar and restaurant facilities offering locally caught seafood and other locally sourced produce. For the summer months, the garden area is perfect to enjoy the evening sun and dogs are more than welcome.
Ship Inn, Elie
Nestled along the outskirt of the popular Elie beach, The Ship Inn restaurant and bar provides a country-style, cosy surrounding to enjoy delightful food and drink. Comfy armchairs are positioned conveniently next to fire places for the cooler months, as well as dog bowls and beds. During the warmer months, the bear garden overlooking the beach has its very own bar to save the queues inside. For something a little different, The Ship Inn is the only pub in Britain to have a cricket team with a pitch on the beach, which is played directly next to the beer garden for spectators.