The Best Dog Friendly Pubs in Derby

Perfect if you're looking for best pubs for your pooch.

Updated 30/05/2024
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If you can’t be without your best friend, even in the pub, finding an establishment that accepts them is a high priority.

Here’s a list of the best dog-friendly pubs in Derby.

The Silk Mill

After undergoing a mini-refurbishment the Silk Mill on Full St is the perfect place to sit with a pint after a long walk with the dog.

Learn more about the Silk Mill.

The Exeter Arms

Popular city pub with water bowls at the ready and a big jar of dog biscuits.

The staff at the Exeter Arms on Exeter Place are always very enthusiastic about giving maximum fuss to its canine customers.

Learn more about the Exeter Arms.

The Tap Beer and Spirit House

The Tap on Derwent Street is more than happy to accommodate well-behaved dogs and can provide a water bowl should the need arise. Please note that they are not allowed on seats.

Learn more about The Tap.

Five Lamps

The Five Lamps on Duffield Road welcomes dogs into the pub, where you can enjoy 14 Real Ales, 3 Traditional Ciders, and homemade food.

Learn more about Five Lamps.

Flower Pot

The Flower Pot on King Street is popular for those wanting to see a good cover band or two. It is also great for a drink with your favourite canine, claiming to be ‘absolutely’ dog-friendly.

Learn more about The Flower Pot.

The Orange Tree

The Orange Tree on George Street is a Derby hidden gem and a fantastic place for handcrafted cocktails, after-work drinks, craft beers, and gins.

The pub is dog-friendly; however, it is advised not to bring your dog on a Friday or Saturday evening as it can get quite busy.

Read more about the Orange Tree.

The Greyhound

The Greyhound, situated on Friar Gate, has seen a revival in recent years after it was taken over by the Derby Brewing Company. Inside, it has been nicely decorated with a contemporary/traditional pub feel.

There is a fantastic beer garden, which is a pleasant place to sit when the sun is shining. Each table is within reach of a heater, so the garden is just as nice in any weather.

Learn more about The Greyhound.

That’s all, folks!

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