Sunset Cafe, 88 Church Street, Inverness IV1 1EP
Tel: 07522 501540
Sunset Cafe gives you a place to dream in as you try to escape the daily stresses of life, and a comfortable place to meet your friends with -free internet access. You are welcome to bring your well behaved dog in with you. On our menu you will find high-quality freshly ground Lavazza Coffee, Belgian hot waffles, homemade soup, ice cream sundaes, delicious pastries, freshly made to order Paninis, sandwiches and toasties...For those in a hurry we offer takeaway service. http://www.sunsetcafeinverness.co.uk/
Black Isle Bar, 68 Church St, Inverness IV1 1EN
Phone: 01463 229920
The Highland Capital’s premier Craft beer bar with wood-fired pizza oven along with 14 en-suite bedrooms available all year. Food will come primarily from our new wood-fired Pizza oven utilising organic produce from our farm at the Brewery as well as from other local suppliers. We have a delicious selection of organic pizzas and fresh salads to order in our bar.
Scotch & Rye Bar Diner, 21 Queensgate, Inverness IV1 1DF Tel: 01463 715374
A local bar diner with amazing reviews for good service, good food, great wine and fab cocktails.......and they are now dog friendly!!
Bad Girl Bakery, Forbes Buildings, Great North Road, Muir of Ord
Bad Girl Bakery and Cafe. We are dog friendly! Would say lunchtimes are not great for dogs at the moment as it's crazy busy and there's not a lot of space but mornings and later in the afternoon are better. Need to work on a dog biscuit recipe! Over 20 different cakes, baked freshly every day!
The Crown Court Hotel, 25 Southside Road, Invernesss, IV2 3BG will allow your well behaved dog in the bar area and they are also having a new outside area built which will be dog friendly. They also have 'dog friendly' rooms where guests can bring pooch to stay too.
The Castle Tavern,1 View Place, Highlands and Islands, Inverness IV2 4SA will welcome your pooch at their outside seated area under canopy with patio heating.
The Fluke Inn, Culcabock Road, Inverness IV2 3XQ are happy for you to bring your well behaved dog into the outside seating area, but it must be on a lead.
The Heathmount Hotel, Kingsmills Road, Inverness IV2 3JU are dog friendly.
The Anderson Restaurant/Bar/Hotel, Union Street, Fortrose, by Inverness IV10 8TD have dog-friendly guest rooms and welcome dogs with well-behaved owners in their Pub and Beer Garden for drinks and full restaurant menu. They also offer a dog's water bowl & complimentary biscuits in their Pub (only dog biscuits that is!)
The Clachnaharry Inn, 17-19 High Street, Clachnaharry, Inverness IV3 8RB are renowned as the most dog-friendly pub/restaurant in Inverness and make your pooch most welcome.
The Cawdor Tavern, Cawdor, Morayshire IV12 5XP is 5 miles from Nairn and 12 miles outside Inverness and they allow dogs and well behaved owners into the bar area and have an outside patio area they can use too!
The Dores Inn, Dores, by Inverness IV2 6TR is situated on the shores of Loch Ness just 8 miles from Inverness on the B862. They will make your well behaved dog welcome in the bar and at the outside seated areas.
The Gellions, 14-17 Bridge Street, Inverness, IV1 1HD - is the oldest pub in the highland capital and allow dogs into Montys, that's a wee snug through the back and in the courtyard.
The Cathedral Cafe, St Andrews Cathedral, 11 Ardross St, Inverness, IV3 5NS The café is dog friendly. Firstly there is a water bowl placed by the door which is regularly replenished by the staff. Well behaved dogs escorting their owners may come into the café. There is a designated dog friendly table adjacent to the door. In the summer there may be seating outside but this will depend on the weather. It is open Monday to Friday from May to September and is a place where visitors and locals alike can enjoy home baking, freshly made tea, coffee and sandwiches … and especially a bowl of piping hot home-made soup. There is where you willalso find the Cathedral Shop.
The Chieftain, 2 Millburn Road, Inverness, IV2 3PS -The Chieftain is a lively Inn on the outskirts of the city but within 5 minutes of the City Centre with its transport links and cultural venues. All the rooms at this Inverness Bed & Breakfast have recently been extensively refurbished and now under the ownership of the Lawson family you are assured of a warm welcome.Guests are allowed to have their dogs with them in the hotel rooms but we do not allow dogs to be taken into the restaurant or breakfast area for health and safety.
Customers are allowed to take their well behaved dog into the bar area.
The Old North Inn, Kirkhill, Inverness, Inverness-shire IV5 7PX sits at the side of the road in the small village of Inchmore, on the A862 just 7 miles from Inverness. Your dog is welcome to accompany you into the bar area. A handly stop for lunch after a walk. Please note however that children are not allowed in the bar.
The Waterfall Cafe, Foyers, Inverness IV2 6XU is open daily and offer a Breakfast and Lunch menu. They also offer a wide selection of hot and cold drinks and all menu items (and drinks) are available to take away during opening hours. You are welcome to bring your dog with you into the cafe. There is also a large outdoor decking area in front of the cafe for customers to sit and enjoy the pure air of the Highlands and possibly spot a Red Squirrel in the wooded area opposite. (Note that the cafe closes at 3pm on a Sunday.)
Fort George, Ardersier, Inverness IV1 7TD your well behaved dog is allowed to accompany you into the fort grounds but is not allowed into any of the buildings. The coffee shop within the fort has outside seating where your pooch is welcome to sit with you.
Culloden Battlefield & Visitor Centre, Inverness do not allow you to bring your pooch into the visitor centre but dogs can however go out on the battlefield. They must be kept on a lead on the battlefield itself. If anyone does want to let the dogs off the lead then there is a field behind the centre where this is possible and where there is also seating for their restaurant should you wish to stop and have a coffee etc.