Dogs Love Cornwall LivingSpring 2019
3 of the best dog-friendly places to eat
There’s no need to leave your pooch behind when eating out.
1 Harbour Lights
This traditional chippie has it all. The views from Harbour Lights across the busy Falmouth harbour are exceptional and there’s always something to see. Having won a number of awards, this fish and chip shop has been voted one of the top 10 in the UK for 2019, and it’s no wonder! Flaky fish, crispy batter and the most moreish chips are the quest of the Harbour Lights team, and they’re fanatical about serving the best, responsibly sourced local fish and Cornish potatoes to their guests.
This bright and welcoming restaurant has a dog-friendly section too, along with treats for your best furry friends.
For more information call 01326 316934 or visit www.harbourlights.co.uk
Serving great fish and chips right on the Promenade in Penzance, this family owned and run restaurant is a delight. You can feel the passion the team has for this great British tradition and, whether you choose to eat in the brightly styled restaurant or take yours out and about, the fish and chips are just as you would want them. Furry friends are more than welcome – the team here all love animals, meaning your pooch will be well looked after. With gluten-free fish and chips available, this is a welcoming restaurant for all.
For more information call 01736 339581 or visit www.frasersfishandchips.co.uk
3 The Springer Spaniel
Set in the beautiful hamlet of Treburley, this 18th century award-winning Cornish country pub is absolutely obsessed with all things dog. It hosts something for everyone, from pub classics to fine a la carte, even a WaggyTail Cocktail menu! In the bar is a Cornish tapas menu that you simply can’t find anywhere else, as well as board games to entertain the pups. Doggy treats are given on arrival and the staff are sure to make a fuss over your furry little friends.
For more information visit call 01579 370424 or visit www.thespringerspaniel.co.uk