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Cafés For your Canine

Cafés For your Canine

At the Natural Cornish Pet Shop, we love nothing more than taking our four-legged friends on our adventures with us.

From long walks on the beach to wilderness adventures in the woods, days out in Cornwall with our dogs are the best days ever. However, no trip in the Cornish Countryside would be complete without a refreshing drink and a bite to eat! Despite this, for dog owners this can often be easier said than done. as many cafés and other eateries do not accommodate our four legged friends!

Fear not, as we are here to make your days out with your dog stress-free and here’s a list of our 5 favourite dog-friendly cafés in Cornwall, that will give you everything you need after those amazing adventures with your canine companions.

Scoff Troff, St Ives

Scoff Troff

Located in the heart of St Ives, Scott Troff at the St Ives Marketplace doesn’t just allow dogs, it welcomes them with open paws! With water for our canines on entry, our pooches are well looked after at the Scoff Troff.

The cafe opens at 9am every day of the week, allowing you to enjoy brekkie after a morning walk. Alternatively, the 4pm closing (5pm on Saturday) allows you to enjoy brunch, lunch or an early dinner too, meaning no matter what activity you do, Scoff Troff will keep you fed! Whether opting for a Full English, Scoffs Big Salad Bowl or any of the other tasty treats on the menu, the cosy yet stylish interiors will put you at ease, and give you and your furry friend all the comfort you need.

A small amount of outside seating is made available on nice days, although most diners will be more than happy with the internal vibe, not least when their resident dog is around!

Located at: Marketplace, St Ives, TR26 1RZ

Copper Spoon, Marazion

The Copper Spoon - Picture of The Copper Spoon, Marazion - Tripadvisor

Just a stone’s throw away from the magic of St Michael’s Mount, the Copper Spoon café promises a selection of fantastically flavoured food. Superb sandwiches, classic cakes and delicious desserts, this cosy café is a short stroll away from the magnificent beauty of Marazion and is an idyllic location for you and your four-legged friend.

Packed with homemade cakes and fantastic food, the Copper Spoon is definitely a place to kick off your shoes and relax with your canine companion.

Fancy a stroll after your lovely lunch? Turn left and continue down the road to where you will find steps leading onto the beautiful beach of Trenow Cove. With stunning scenery proving the perfect location for a summer stroll, take an adventure down to the Copper Spoon and give yourself and your dog a special day out!

Located at: Fore St, Marazion TR17

Miss Molly’s Tea Room, Camborne

The Tea Room

Set in the historical Old Dolcoath Mine Count House, Miss Molly's Tearoom offers a home-away-from-home experience in a beautiful vintage setting. Their menu is vast with traditional home cooked meals, snacks, homemade cakes and a daily specials board perfect for an idyllic lunch with friends or family.

With a special doggy seating area and lots of special doggy treats available, Miss Molly’s is more than happy to accommodate your furry friend. With their own Ala Bark Menu, this lavish location is a pawfect spot to enjoy some quality time with your four-legged friend.

Located at: The Old College, Dolcoath Rd, Camborne TR14 8RR

The Beach Hut, Newquay

The Beach Hut at Watergate Bay - Picture of The Beach Hut, Newquay ...

Tired and hungry after a long walk with your furry friend? We have the answer. Surrounding the stunning scenery of Watergate Bay, this dog friendly café is the ideal place to keep your thirst quenched and bellies full all day long.

Situated on one of Cornwall’s most famous beaches, The Beach Hut is located at the Watergate Bay Hotel. This Cafe welcomes dogs all year round, and has a menu to die for. Watergate Bay in Newquay is so picturesque that you would believe you
are in the middle of the Caribbean. With crystal clear water and golden sands, this beach showcases the best of what Cornwall has to offer.

This funky beach hangout blends local ingredients with cuisines from Mexico, Asia, Italy and more to create fantastic British seaside food in a relaxed but lively setting that will wow you and your pooch.

Located at: Watergate Bay, Newquay TR8 4AA

Surf Shack, St Ives

Coffee and Cake Review: Surf Shack Café – Family Friendly Magazine

Famous for its delicious array of hot dogs, Surf Shack Cafe on the St Ives harbour-front loves its four-legged friends.

Whether sitting inside the cosy little cafe or on the patio, the panoramic views of the stunning harbour are truly a sight to behold and are a beacon of British beauty.

They offer both gluten-free and vegan options while their daily offerings extend to lunch, brunch and breakfast meaning no matter your dietary requirements, the Surf Shack has something for you. It’s a cosy venue but the pet-friendly staff and surroundings are a winner. Whether stopping for a meal or a quick coffee, you’ll be delighted with the service.

As the name suggests, the décor takes inspiration from Cornwall's surf scene, with appropriate accessories, colour schemes, and furniture that produce a clear and defined atmosphere. Given its location right by the centre of the harbour, you are truly spoilt for choice when deciding where you take your canine companion on an adventure after your pit stop at this cosy café.

Located at: Wharf Rd, St Ives, TR26 1LG

So no matter what tickles your food fancy, each and every one of our top cafes are an ideal spot to take your four-legged friend for a summer stroll in our beautiful Cornish coast.

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