London is fur everyone
A fantastic day in London shouldn’t exclude your favourite furry friend. Extend your walkies and plan a pawfect day out with our guide to dog friendly destinations in central London.
Dog friendly restaurants
If rest and relaxation is on the menu, head to Aquavit in the heart of St James’s Market and settle down for a Scandinavian supper.
This Italian restaurant will happily extend their hospitality to your dog. Book a table at 'O ver and forgo the pup-sitter for this occasion. Take a table on its terrace and enjoy the atmosphere in bustle St James’s Market.
The Beau Brummell
With a sustainably sourced menu filled with British classics, extensive wine and cocktail list and choice of beers on tap, The Beau Brummell pub is perfect for any occasion. Just around the corner from Piccadilly Circus and a short stroll from St James’s Park, its heated outdoor terrace is pawsome as is the rest of its dog-friendly venue.
Café Murano St James
Café Murano's Angela Hartnett is a real dog lover and welcomes well-behaved doggies into her St James’s Street restaurant. The terrace is a great spot for al fresco dining for you and your fluffy friend.
Dog friendly hotels
DUKES Hotel & Bar
After a hard day of soaking up culture in St James’s, settle down to a cocktail (and bowl of water) at DUKES Bar and people and pooch watch all night long. Daily dog treats, gourmet meals and a DUKESY dog toy to commemorate your adventures is available for dogs up to 16kg for £25 per night. Claw some time to yourself with 24-hour dog sitting and walking on request.
Sofitel London St James
For a sleepover to remember, Sofitel London St James have amenities for you and for your little one. Pups under 10kg can join you for a memorable stay for a £50 fee.
The Trafalgar St James
Why not book you and your pooch a real treat at The Trafalgar St James? Just around the corner from iconic Trafalgar Square and mere minutes from walkies in St James’s Park, this central London hotel is pawfect for pets. For £35 per day, dogs up to 25kg get top dog treatment with snacks and travel grooming products like doggie cologne and paw wipes.
Stretch your legs with a walk through the boundless green spaces in central London.
For even more places to rest weary paws and top London restaurants waiting to welcome you and your dog, check out our guide to dog-friendly Regent Street. We’ll keep adding to our lists and would love to hear your recommendations on social media – share these with us at @StJamesLondon.