MORE and more pubs are opening their doors and extending their menus to our four-legged friends.

Dog friendly pubs and inns go that extra mile to welcome your dogs with open arms.

Some may even have a fully doggy menu.

Poppy enjoying a doggy ice cream at The Sun.

Poppy enjoying a doggy ice cream at The Sun.

In North Wales, with so much beautiful scenery for walkers and families to enjoy, pubs have realised the value in catering for dogs.

One of them is The Sun in Trevor, where dogs can enjoy roast dinners, fish and chips, ice cream, and even beer, made especially for them.

Katy and Paul Jones with pub dog Poppy at The Sun, Trevor.

Katy and Paul Jones with pub dog Poppy at The Sun, Trevor.

Katy Jones realised due to the pub's popularity with walkers, that a menu for dogs was needed.

She said: "We have always been a dog-friendly pub. They don't cause any more mess that someone if muddy boots and they don't cause any trouble. On some nights we would have a dog under every table in the place, so I thought that customer's dogs should be able to enjoy a roast dinner at the same time as them."

She added: "We are in a good location for people enjoying walks, and some people come here especially because they know we allow dogs inside and out."

Website lists businesses that welcome dogs. They even have an interactive map to help dog-owners find their perfect destination.

Always check with your chosen pub about whether dogs are allowed inside before attending with your pets.

Dog-friendly pubs in North Wales:


  • The Point, Talacre
  • The Bluebell Inn, Halkyn
  • The Boot, Northop
  • The Celtic Arms, Mold
  • Glasfryn, near Mold
  • White Horse Inn, Cilcain
  • The Druid Inn, Pontblyddyn
  • The Glynne Arms, Hawarden
  • The Swan, Higher Kinnerton


  • The Cross Keys, Wrexham
  • The Nags Head, Lavister
  • The Crown Hotel, Llandegla
  • The Plough Inn, Gresford
  • Pant yr Ochain, Gresford
  • The Cunliffe Arms, Wrexham
  • The Nags Head, Wrexham
  • Ironworks, Wrexham
  • The Club House, Wrexham Industrial Estate
  • The Royal Oak Pub, Bangor on Dee
  • The Cross Foxes, Erbistock
  • The Bridge Inn (The Trap), Chirk


  • The Sun, Trevor
  • The Dinorben Arms, Bodfari
  • The Three Eagles, Llangollen
  • The Corn Mill, Llangollen
  • The Plough, St Asaph
  • The Blue Lion Inn, Dyserth
  • The Old Bull Hotel, Abergele
  • Central Beach Club, Prestatyn
  • The Hand at Llanarmon, Llanarmon DC


  • The Bryntirion Inn, Bala
  • The Queens Head, Oswestry