Are you looking for a great dog friendly pub in Worcestershire? Look no further. There are many places in the area that welcome dogs including pubs, restaurants and cafés. You can also check out my list of dog friendly days out in the West Midlands. As always, if you know of a landlord who loves dogs and welcomes them with open arms, please leave me a comment or get in touch so I can add them to the post.
All these establishments are dog friendly at the time of writing. Please do check their website before visiting to make sure they’re still open and accepting pets.
For other places nearby to visit with your dog, check out my list of dog friendly pubs in Herefordshire.
Dog friendly pubs in Bewdley, Worcestershire
The Hop Pole, Bewdley
The Hop Pole is located beside the River Severn in Bewdley. There is a lovely review on the front page of their website, mentioning how kind the staff were to bring out treats for the dog. They put an emphasis on using local ingredients for their food and everything is cooked to order. This allows them to cater for various dietary requirements.
Address: Cleobury Rd, Bewdley DY12 2QH
Dog friendly pubs in Broadway, Worcestershire
The Broadway Hotel, Broadway
Even the Broadway Hotel’s website is dog friendly, with a lovely big picture on their homepage stating “four-legged friends welcome”. Expect good food, roaring fires and friendly staff. They also have accommodation, including dog friendly rooms. Dogs are welcome in the Jockey bar and the terrace when you are eating and drinking.
Address: The Green, Broadway, WR12 7AA
The Crown & Trumpet, Broadway
The Crown and Trumpet in Broadway, Worcestershire has a bar area that is dog friendly where they serve food. They ask that you let them know if you will have a dog with you they can seat you in the bar. The Crown is recognised in the CAMRA good beer guide and they also have tables outdoors.
Address: Church Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AE
The Horse & Hound, Broadway
The Horse & Hound in Broadway boasts a dog friendly bar and garden on their Facebook page. Built in around 1700, this Cotswold Stone pub is located on Broadway High Street.
Address: 54 High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DT
The Lygon Arms, Broadway
If you are looking for the ultimate indulgence for you and your dog, head to the Lygon Arms Hotel in Broadway. Dogs are welcome to stay for a charge of £25 per dog, but they do have a minimum age for dogs (seriously) – they have to be 1 year old or over. They also offer a fun spa day called Nails and Tails – a spa day for you and a groom for your dog. When it comes to eating and drinking, dogs are not allowed in the Grill, so they ask visitors with dogs to contact them to make alternative arrangements.
Address: High Street, Broadway, WR12 7DU
The Swan Hotel, Broadway
The Swan Hotel has a dog friendly bar area, although they are not allowed in the restaurant. Tables in the bar area are offered on a first come, first served basis. The Swan, located in the centre of Broadway, also has a garden. They are open for lunch, dinner and drinks serving pub grub, real ales and good wine.
Address: 2 The Green, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AA
Dog friendly pubs in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
There are multiple Bromsgrove pubs listed as dog-friendly on Google, but their websites and social media don’t mention it. I have therefore only included the dog friendly pubs in Bromsgrove that are clear about their dog policy on their website.
The Ewe & Lamb, Bromsgrove
The bar area at the Ewe & Lamb has a dog friendly bar area. They ask that you let them know when booking whether you will have a dog with you. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as cocktails and they also have a children’s menu available.
Address: 68 Hanbury Road, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4DN
The Ladybird Inn, Bromsgrove
Conveniently located near to Bromsgrove train station, the Ladybird Inn is a traditional community pub. Visitors and their dogs will all receive a warm welcome from staff and customers. They recommend calling in for a homemade cob and a pint.
Address: 2 Finstall Road, Aston Fields, Bromsgrove, B60 2DZ
The Queen’s Head, Bromsgrove
The Queen’s Head in Bromsgrove welcomes dogs on leads in their bar and marquee but ask that you keep them off the furniture. Please let them know you will have a dog with you when booking so they can seat you in the area that welcomes pets. The Queen’s Head serves a range of foods and drinks, including popular Sunday Roasts and special offers.
Address: Sugarbrook Lane, Stoke Pound, Nr. Bromsgrove, B60 3AU
Dog friendly pubs in Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire
Old Cock Inn, Droitwich
The Old Cock Inn prides itself on serving classic pub food and ideal accompanying drinks including beer, wine and cocktails. It is a historic pub serving a selection of cask ales and gins. They don’t mention where dogs can and can’t go within the pub, but the website does say dogs welcome.
Address: Friar Street, Droitwich WR9 8EQ
The Gardener’s Arms, Droitwich
The Gardener’s Arms serves a range of meals to eat in, as well as offering a takeaway service. They also provide entertainment including live music on certain dates. Dogs are allowed in the pub in accordance with their dog policy, which includes keeping them on leads and off the furniture.
Address: 47 Vines Lane, Droitwich, WR9 8LU
The Robin Hood, Droitwich
The Robin Hood claims to be the best dog friendly pub in Droitwich. A bold claim! They only allow dogs in their bar area and are happy to bring over a bowl of water for your pet if you ask at the bar. Dating back to Victorian times, the Robin Hood serves hearty pub classics and seasonal dishes. Their well-stocked bar includes cask ales and a selection of gins. They also boast a garden and log fires.
Address: Rashwood, Droitwich, WR9 0BS
Dog friendly pubs in Evesham, Worcestershire
Looking on Tripadvisor, quite a few pubs in Evesham seem to be dog friendly. However, many of them make no mention of this on their website or Facebook page, so I am reluctant to include them in here in case that is no longer applicable. I have only listed pubs that explicitly say on either social media or the website that they are dog friendly.
Orto Lounge, Evesham
Located on Market Square in the centre of Evesham, Orto Lounge welcomes dogs. They serve food daily, opening from 9am until 11pm or midnight. They seem to cater well for allergens and have a varied menu with special offers on particular days.
Address: 14 Market place, Evesham, WR11 4RW
The Royal Oak, Evesham
Set in a Grade II listed building, the Royal Oak is dog friendly with plenty of fireside nooks for you and your dog to tuck yourself away in. They serve everything from morning coffees to Sunday roasts. They pride themselves on having an ever-changing seasonal food menu.
Address: 5, Vine Street, Evesham, WR11 4RE
Dog friendly pubs in Kidderminster, Worcestershire
Loads of the pubs in Kidderminster seem to be owned by Marston’s. Whilst I have seen people saying on Google that some of these are dog friendly, I have found other information saying that Marston’s pubs are not dog friendly. In the absence of any information about their dog policy on their websites or social media, I haven’t included them in this list.
Hare & Hounds, Kidderminster
The Hare & Hounds website states that its beer garden is a dog friendly area that can be used in any weather. The pub itself boasts comfortable surroundings, free wifi and great coffee. The food looks to be standard pub fare with a wide variety of options including a children’s menu.
Address: 140 Stourbridge Road, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 2UL
Mare & Colt, Kidderminster
Located in a Victorian building beside the A449, the Mare & Colt is in Summerfield village on the outskirts of Kidderminster. This old-fashioned pub offers real ale, British food and a garden area outside where patrons can sit under parasols. Their website mentions that the pub is dog friendly but it’s not clear whether this is the case throughout or just in certain areas.
The Lock at Wolverley, Kidderminster
Located just outside Kidderminster in Wolverley, the Lock doesn’t have a website but the first post I found on their facebook page says: “We are open 10-4 all week, fresh homemade cakes and drinks and hot baps well behaved humans welcome with children or dogs”. That sounds pretty good to me.
Address: Wolverley Road, Wolverley, Kidderminster, DY10 3RN
The Queen’s Head, Wolverley, Kidderminster
The Queen’s Head is in Wolverley, just outside of Kidderminster. According the pub’s website, it is dog friendly with water and treats always available. Judging by their Facebook page, the food looks more gastro pub than pub grub, with a nice looking menu. The Queen’s Head has relatively limited opening hours so do check it’s open before making a journey there.
Address: Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY11 5XB
Dog friendly pubs in Malvern, Worcestershire
There are loads of dog friendly pubs in Malvern, with many of them ideally located for walking on the Malvern Hills. The Nag’s Head, the Chase at Upper Colwall and the Swan at Newland are all owned by the same person. These three are particularly dog friendly throughout and always have water bowls available.
The Bluebell, Malvern
Located in Barnard’s Green, the Bluebell is dog friendly in its bar areas. Decent coffee, pub food, a friendly atmosphere and plenty of parking make it an ideal place to meet friends during the day.
Address: Barnard’s Green, Malvern WR14 3QP
The Brewer’s Arms, West Malvern
The Brewer’s Arms in West Malvern is an extremely unusual pub. It has been open and closed multiple times over the the past few years, until the community clubbed together to buy it at the end of 2022. It doesn’t look like they serve food every day, but they are open Wednesday to Sunday for drinks and serve pie and mash on Thursday evenings. The pub is dog friendly indoors and out, with stunning views across Herefordshire from the garden. This is a lovely place to stop on a Malvern hills dog walk, located almost directly below the top of the Worcestershire Beacon.
Address: Lower Dingle, West Malvern, WR14 4BQ
The Chase Inn, Upper Colwall
The Chase is a popular pub in Upper Colwall near Malvern. It’s a small pub serving good pub food, particularly famous locally for excellent Sunday lunches. Its beer garden boasts beautiful countryside views and dogs are welcome both indoors and out.
Address: Upper Colwall, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6DJ
The Fox, Bransford
The Fox at Bransford is a short drive from Malvern but it is a friendly countryside pub with a nice menu that welcomes dogs. Located beside the River Teme, this Grade II listed pub serves traditional pub food. They sell real ales and have function rooms for events and meetings. This is both family and dog friendly, but it’s not clear whether this is throughout the pub or in the bar only. Do check they’re open before visiting, particularly in bad weather as this pub does sometimes flood due to its riverside location.
Address: Bransford Court Lane, Bransford, Worcestershire, WR6 5JL
The Nag’s Head, Malvern
The Nag’s Head is one of my favourite dog friendly pubs anywhere. Both the bar and restaurant are spacious with log fires and lots of little snugs. They serve posh pub food with great vegetarian and vegan options and an excellent selection of real ales. Look out for the fantastic vegan scotch eggs made locally that are often for sale at the bar. With dogs allowed in the pub, restaurant and two beer gardens, this is a great place to take your pooch. Dog treats are usually for sale on the bar to raise money for a local dog charity.
Address: 19-21 Bank Street, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 2JG
The Swan Inn, Newland
Serving something between posh pub food and gastro pub food, the Swan at Newland is a lovely place to go for a meal or drinks where your dog will be as welcome as you are. This one is outside of town but well worth the effort to get to, particularly if you’re eating. Dogs can go in the bar, restaurant and beer garden.
Address: Worcester Road, Newland, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 5AY
If you’re looking for a dog friendly cocktail bar in Malvern town centre, you need the Watercure. They serve extremely impressive cocktails as well a good selection of wines. Dogs are welcome both indoors and out, with their town centre beer garden offering both heaters and blankets to keep you warm on chilly evenings.
Address: 30 Church Street, Malvern, WR14 2AZ
The Wyche Inn, Malvern
The Wyche Inn is right next to the Wyche Cutting between Malvern and Upper Colwall. With the right weather conditions, you will be literally above the clouds at this pub and the views are stunning. If you are walking the Malvern Hills with your dog, this is a great place to stop to eat and drink. Dogs are welcome both indoors and out.
Address: 74 Wyche Road, Malvern, WR14 4EQ
Dog friendly pubs in Pershore, Worcestershire
The Bell, Eckington
Located just outside of Pershore, the Bell at Eckington is a country pub with an enclosed beer garden where dogs are welcome. From here, there are lots of lovely walks beside the river Avon. Food is served at lunchtimes and in the evenings.
Address: Church Street, Eckington, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 3AN
The Star Inn, Pershore
Located in a beautiful 15th century building in central Pershore, the family-run Star Inn welcomes well-behaved dogs. Food is served at lunchtimes and in the evenings every day except for Sunday, when they only serve at lunchtime.
Address: 23 Bridge Street, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 1AJ
Dog friendly pubs in Redditch, Worcestershire
Finding dog friendly pubs in Redditch has been hard going! There are a few listed on Google but it looks like a lot of them do not in fact welcome dogs. However if you are in the area, the below pubs make it clear that they are dog friendly.
The Duck Inn, Redditch
The Duck Inn has plenty of pub grub classics on offer along with tasty puddings and a nice children’s menu. Drinks include a great wine, beer and cocktail list and alcohol free options. The only part of the pub that is dog friendly is the beer garden, but they do say that it is available in all weathers.
Address: Pheasant Lane, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 7YH
The Hart, Headless Cross, Redditch
Located at Headless Cross, the Hart is a traditional pub that welcomes children and encourages dogs. They do say that their courtyard is dog friendly, but I’m not sure if this means that dogs can’t go inside. However, the courtyard is heated so you won’t freeze if you do need to stay outdoors. The Hart serves artisan coffee, wines, spirits and cocktails. Food wise, they are proud of their chicken burgers and smashed patties as well as pub classics made on site.
Address: 157 Evesham Rd, Headless Cross, Redditch B97 5EJ
Dog friendly pubs in Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire
The Angel, Stourport-on-Severn
With a good selection of cask ales and gins, the Angel boasts a beer garden, accessible access and electric car charging points. Judging from their website, it doesn’t look like the Angel serves food. Dogs are welcome but it’s not clear whether they can go everywhere or whether they are restricted to certain areas.
Address: Severnside, Stourport-on-Severn, DY13 9EW
The Bay Horse, Stourport-on-Severn
Boasting good pub food and a homely atmosphere, the Bay Horse is a dog friendly pub serving food from midday each day. They have plenty of parking and have special offers on food and drinks on certain days.
Address: 29 Hartlebury Road, Worcestershire, DY13 9JA
The Black Star, Stourport-on-Severn
Listed as a dog friendly traditional pub, the Black Star serves local ciders, real ales and an extensive menu. Its location a short walk from the town centre and canal basin makes it a convenient place to visit. In good weather, visitors will enjoy a beautiful garden that overlooks the canal.
Address: Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 8YP
The Old Beams, Stourport-on-Severn
A community-owned pub over the river bridge from the town centre, the Old Beams is a beautiful old building dating back to the 15th century. Facilities include a beer garden that backs onto the common, a car park and a good selection of home-cooked pub food. Not only is the pub dog friendly inside and out, they even have a “dog station” with dog biscuits and water bowls.
Address: Dunley Road, Stourport-on-Severn, DY13 0AA
The Old Rose & Crown, Stourport-on-Severn
Located in Stourport town, the Old Rose & Crown serves food daily both indoors and in the beer garden. With a variety of real ales, ciders and Guinness, this pub will please anyone looking for pub grub and a good drink. There’s plenty of parking and the pub is dog friendly, although it’s not clear whether they are welcome everywhere or just in certain areas.
Address: Worcester Road, Stourport-on-Severn, DY13 9PA
Dog friendly pubs in Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire
Pembroke House, Tenbury Wells
Pembroke House is a traditional pub serving food and putting on evening entertainment. Dogs are welcome everywhere except for the Piggery restaurant. They serve lunch every day and also do food most evenings but do check they’re serving before visiting. Menus include both fine dining and a children’s menu.
Address: Cross Street, Tenbury Wells, WR15 8EQ
Dog friendly pubs in Upton-Upon-Severn, Worcestershire
Upton Upon Severn is a lovely place to visit with dogs. There are a lot of flat walks alongside the river as long as it’s not flooded. I can only find the Swan Hotel that lists itself as dog friendly on its website. However, I’m sure a lot of the other pubs accept dogs too and as they are all in very close proximity to one another, it’s worth calling in to check if you’re in the area.
The Swan Hotel, Upton-Upon-Severn
The Swan beside the banks of the River Severn is dog friendly throughout, including their accommodation. The building itself is rustic with low ceilings and characterful beams. The bar has always been very friendly and welcoming to everyone including dogs.
Address: Waterside, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, WR8 0JD
Dog friendly pubs in Worcester, Worcestershire
Barn Owl, Worcester
Located just off the motorway in Warndon, Worcester, the Barn Owl is a short drive from the city centre. Their beer garden provides a safe place for children to play and staff are friendly and welcoming. Serving pub favourites, daily specials and a gluten-free menu, this dog friendly pub is a great place to stop off to break up a journey.
Address: Warndon, Worcester, WR4 9UP
The Talbot is a dog friendly Greene King pub that is accessible, family friendly and has car parking. Located a short walk from Foregate Street train station, the Greene King is a great option if you’re in the city centre with your dog. Food is served daily at both lunchtimes and evenings. The Talbot offers dedicated children’s, gluten free and senior menus.
Address: 8-10 Barbourne Road, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1 1HT
The Swan at Whittington, Worcester
Whilst the Swan is a bit of a drive from Worcester city centre, it is just off junction 7 of the motorway. I can’t recommend this dog friendly pub highly enough. It is extremely friendly and a great place to meet work colleagues for coffee as well as bringing the family for lunch or dinner. They welcome dogs inside and out. Outside there is a large beer garden and a children’s play area.
Address: Church Lane, Whittington, England, WR5 2RL
The Wheatsheaf, Worcester
With its riverside terrace, the Wheatsheaf is a great place to go before or after a dog walk beside the river. Located near to Worcester University, the Wheatsheaf is popular with students, giving it a vibrant atmosphere. Look out for local ales and regular quiz nights. The pub actively welcomes dogs.
Address: 192 Henwick Road, Worcester, WR2 5PF
Ye Olde Talbot, Worcester
Ye Olde Talbot is a dog friendly hotel in Worcester that welcomes pets into their accommodation as well as the bar. Enjoy classic pub food, wine and ale in the city centre. Whilst the hotel itself doesn’t have a car park, it is right next to an NCP. It is also a short walk from both the town centre and the train station.
Address: Friar Street, Worcester, United Kingdom, WR1 2NA
Dog friendly pubs in Worcestershire: FAQs
If you have any questions about dog friendly pubs in Worcestershire, please feel free to leave me a comment or drop me an email. Here are the answers to a few relevant questions that people have been asking.
Whichever part of Worcestershire you are visiting, this article is full of pubs that will welcome both you and your dog. Malvern has lots of dog friendly pubs around the town and in surrounding areas, as well as great walking routes so it comes highly recommended as long as you can cope with all the hills.
Worcester is a great place to go with dogs. Take a stroll from the city centre along the river with your pooch and visit one of the dog friendly Worcester pubs. If you’re in the area for a little longer, I recommend checking out dog friendly pubs in a different Worcestershire town. Malvern is particularly dog friendly, with lots of eateries, cafés and even shops happy for you to visit with your pet.
Worcester Cathedral welcomes dogs in the grounds as long as you keep them on a lead and clear up after them. Dogs are not usually allowed inside the cathedral, but they can attend the annual blessing service for pets, usually held in August. If you are looking for a lovely church to visit with your pet, Great Malvern Priory welcomes dogs inside.
All of the above towns in Worcestershire have their own dog walking routes that you will love. There are loads of walking routes around the Malvern area with stunning views, particularly on the Malvern hills. If you’re looking for something flat, head for one of the riverside towns such as Upton Upon Severn, Worcester or Stourport on Severn. Pershore and Evesham offer lovely walks beside the River Avon too.