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Dog-friendly cafes and restaurants in Cheltenham

Fancy breakfast, lunch or dinner out and want to take your dog along for the ride? Cheltenham has an array of cafes and restaurants that welcome you and your four-legged friends with open arms.

Whether you’re after a post dog walk coffee and pastry or a fancy meal in town, we’ve rounded up some of Cheltenham’s dog-friendly cafes and restaurants so you don’t have to worry about getting a dog sitter! And, if you know of any great places that welcome dogs, get in touch to let us know.

Cheltenham dog-friendly cafes

The Find, Regent Street, GL50 1HE

With resident Find dog Suki waiting to wag tails with your pooch, you can definitely be assured that The Find is a good choice for dining with your four-legged friend. The independent cafe in the centre of town has plenty of inside space but also tables outside, and serves breakfast, brunch and lunch, along with offering a decadent selection of cakes.

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Cafe Moochoo, High Street, GL50 1DX

Moochoo is a dog-friendly cafe that also has a small courtyard garden and staff are more than happy to offer bowls of water for thirsty pups. Enjoy coffee and homemade cakes, the ever-changing flavours of tiffin are worth sampling, or sandwiches and tarts if you’re after something more substantial.

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Boston Tea Party, Clarence Street, GL50 3JS

Brunch favourite, Boston Tea Party, is a great spot for dining with your four-legged friends. The bustling cafe has some outdoor tables and plenty of indoor seating, with the menu featuring the likes of breakfast and brunch classics such as eggs Benedict, smashed avocado on toast and pancakes. There’s also more substantial dishes, along with milkshakes, ice coffees and smoothies.

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No 85 Coffee & Kitchen, Hewlett Road, GL52 6AJ

Expect your pooch to be made a fuss of at No 85, an independent coffee shop and restaurant in Fairview that’s a lovely spot for breakfast and lunch. The cafe runs sell-out pop up evenings and the owners also make amazing bespoke cakes to order that are perfect if you’re not much of a Mary Berry and are looking for a celebratory cake.

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WoodKraft, Regent Street, GL50 1HE

Dogs are more than welcome to join diners at WoodKraft, an independent cafe that champions local produce across its menu. The relaxed setting is a great place to enjoy breakfast, brunch or lunch, along with coffees, cakes and pastries. The cafe also serves up a delicious roast every Sunday.

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Meadow Cafe, Old Bath Road, GL53 7FF

Your pup will make all kinds of doggie pals at The Meadow Cafe, an independent coffee shop located on the edge of Cox’s Meadow, making it the perfect post walk stop. Whether you want coffee and a bacon sarnie or tea and cake, the cafe is a lovely friendly place to enjoy with your four-legged friend.

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Lucy’s Cafe, Bath Road, GL53 7LY

We love the bustling atmosphere of Bath Road and Lucy’s Cafe is a great spot to sit outside, soak up the sun and people-watch with your pooch. The friendly cafe, which also welcomes dogs indoors, serves up hearty full English breakfasts, sandwiches and more, along with indulgent homemade cakes. And they also have Marshfield dog ice cream so your four-legged friends can cool down on hot summer days.

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Cheltenham dog-friendly restaurants

Gallimore’s Kitchen, The Courtyard, GL50 1SR

Whether you’re after breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or just a drink, Gallimore’s Kitchen in The Courtyard is a top choice for dining with your four-legged friend. Expect a bustling atmosphere and truly delicious food, including an exceptional choice of seafood and fish dishes, and of course staff who will make a big fuss of your pooch.

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Domaine 16, Regent Street, GL50 1HE

Your furry friends will get the warmest welcome at Domaine 16, a speciality wine and cheese restaurant run by dog-lover Stephanie Ronssin. Not only will you get your cheese fix from the mouth-watering menu but your pooch will also get to sample cheese bits. Just mention you are bringing a dog when booking so they can accommodate you on the most suitable tables.

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The Botanist, The Brewery, GL50 4FA

From cocktails to tasty food, The Botanist is a top choice for food or drink with your dog in tow. Located in The Brewery, the dog-friendly restaurant is known for its weekend build-your-perfect-brunch boards, along with its hanging kebabs and innovative cocktails. We also love the décor and all the plants have us rushing to recreate a botanical look at home.

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The Tavern, Royal Well Place, GL50 3DN

This bustling neighbourhood restaurant welcomes dogs with open arms meaning you can enjoy some fine grub with your pooch. The small bites and starters are perfect for savouring with a chilled drink of choice, while there are also burgers, steaks, and a selection of delicious-sounding mains to fill you up. Image credit: @cockapoomarley

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Brasserie Blanc, The Promenade, GL50 1NN

Delicious French food, a vibrant ambience, stylish décor and dog-friendly – all the reasons you need to book at table at Montpellier favourite, Brasserie Blanc. The restaurant offers bowls of water and treats for your four-legged friends, while diners can expect an extensive menu featuring French classics for lunch and dinner.

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By Anna Marshall