DUG Category: Borders Cafe

Caberston Coffee Shop, Walkerburn

1 Peebles Rd, Walkerburn EH43. Tel: 07527 520019

Lovely dog friendly coffee shop serving a delicious selection of homemade cakes, sweet treats and light lunches. Dogs are welcome in the front area of the coffee shop where there is also a gallery display of locally made handicrafts.

– recommended by Elaine Reid (visited May 8, 2017)

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Dog Friendly Cafe

  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed),
  • Water Bowl Provided,
  • Beer Garden (Dogs Allowed),
  • Child/Family Friendly

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Nashy’s Coffee House, Cardrona

Old Station Building, Cardrona, Scottish Borders, EH45 9HX. Tel: 01896 833486

A delightful dog friendly coffee shop in the village’s former railway station building. Great food, great value and an all-round great little place to stop in at with your dog for refreshments after a walk in the area.

– recommended by Elaine Reid (visited September 20, 2016)

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Dog Friendly Cafe

  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed When Serving),
  • Wi-fi,
  • Water Bowl Provided,
  • Beer Garden (Dogs Allowed),
  • Child/Family Friendly,
  • Real Fire

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Cloudhouse Cafe, Stow

23 Townfoot, Stow, Galashiels, TD1 2QN. 0157 873 0718

We offer a range of different foods including Scottish breakfasts and are a fully licensed café. Backed by more than 15 years of experience, all of our food is cooked to order and we provide lunch, dinner, drinks and cocktails, and tea and coffee. Our friendly staff ensure that all of our customers feel welcome.

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Dog Friendly Cafe

  • Wi-fi
  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed When Serving)
  • Child/Family Friendly
  • Dog Treats
  • Water Bowl Provided

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MainStreet Bookshop

Main Street, St Boswells, TD6 0AT. Tel: 01835 824087

Based in the beautiful Scottish Borders village of St Boswells (just off the A68), we are passionate about books, coffee and the pleasure of shopping for beautiful things. Whether you are based locally, visiting the area on holiday or just passing through on the way to Edinburgh or Newcastle, there are lots of reasons to visit.

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