DUG Category: Stockbridge

Dog Friendly Pubs, Cafes, Shops & Accommodation in Stockbridge in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Antiquary, Stockbridge

72-78 St. Stephen Street Edinburgh EH3 5AQ. Tel: 0131 225 2858.

A proper pub. They brought Bailie a bowl of water in an old fashioned glass ashtray, he then curled up by the fire and had a little nap. They always have things going on there, Quizzes, Singers, even Poker nights. The food is good and they always seem to have a special offer on the beers. Check out all the stacks of board games in the corner.

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PUB: Traditional Boozer

  • Board Games Available
  • Free wi-fi
  • TV with Sky Sports
  • Food Available (Not everyday

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Stockbridge Tap

2-6 Raeburn Place, Edinburgh EH4 1HN. Tel: 0131 343 3000

We always receive brilliant reviews of the “Tap” from dog owners not only for its dog friendliness but also for its food (especially the burgers). The manager has said that Sunday is their “dug heavy day” where they can have up to 12 dogs in. It’s also great if you love ales as there is a lot of choice and changes often. It is one we highly recommend if you are in Stockbridge (over 18’s only no bairns allowed). They were the first pub to receive our Dugs Welcome sticker!


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Bailie

2-4 St. Stephen Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5AL. Tel: 0131 225 4673

This is a proper pub, and also the pub Bailie himself is named after. It has a lovely big fire and an island bar in the middle. If you like sport, they show a bit of it but not the ‘big screen’ variety. It has a good Quiz Night, great food and I’ve always found the staff to be really nice. Good dogs are welcome in the main bar but not allowed in the food area to the back of the pub.

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PUB: Cosy & Relaxing


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Edinburgh: Inverleith Park

Inverleith Park, Arboretum Pl, Edinburgh, EH3 5NY

How can I not mention it? It’s a haven in the city for us dog owners. The boundries of the park are closed in enough that you can let your dog run free, watch out for the duck pond though, I had to fish Bailie out of it a few weeks ago, and there was me thinking that Lhasa Apsos don’t like water. There’s so many dogs to play with, if you were really lazy you could just stand in one spot and let your dog run free, and they would still always
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