Dog Friendly Clitheroe. 🐶

So it’s raining cats and dogs and you’re out and about in Clitheroe with your four- legged friend. It’s not Beer Garden weather, so where can you and Rover ( or Hugo in my case! ) go to shelter from the rain, sit down with a coffee, relax with a pint, or indeed indulge in a little re Tail therapy? I have put together a list of such places that you and your pooch can enjoy in our Ribble Valley town. 🐶

SHOPS. Clitheroe has a good selection of shops that welcome dogs, many of which are independent retailers. ❤️

Banana News ~ Friendly News Agents in the centre of town. Castle Street.

Bodycare ~ Discount Health & Beauty products. Castle Street.

Boots ~ Boots Pharmacy. Castle Street.

Borough Printing Company ~ Office Supplies and Printing service. York Street.

Cancer Research ~ Charity Shop. Castle Street.

Clitheroe Books ~ Independent Second hand bookstore. Moor Lane.

Clitheroe Lighting Centre ~ Lighting and lampshades. Moor Lane.

Clitheroe Market ~ Traditional Outdoor Market. Off New Market Street.

Cowgills ~ Newsagents & Toys. 4-6 Market Place.

Dawson’s Department Store ~ Homewares, gifts and DIY. King Street.

D. Byrne & co ~ Fine Wine Merchants. Victoria Brewery, Shawbridge Street.

Pooches at Paint Pot.

Doe Bakehouse ~ Donut Shop. Eat in or Takeaway. Market Place.

Emporium Home Interiors ~ Gifts and Homewares. Moor Lane.

EQ Woman ~ Women’s Clothing Boutique. Moor Lane.

Fat Face ~ Clothing Sore. The Victoria, Market Place.

The Flower Shop ~ Fresh Flowers, Plants & gifts. Wellgate.

General Post Office ~ King Street.

Georgonzola Deli ~ Yummy Cheese, Meats, Olives, Wine etc. Lowergate.

Green Jersey ~ Bicycle Shop. Old Shawbridge Sawmill.

Hoody Marvelous ~ T Shirt Printing. Swan Courtyard.

Hollywood Exports ~ Vintage Clothing Company. King Street.

Homebase ~ DIY Store. Queensway.

Hope ~ Mens Clothing Shop. King Street.

Ideal Pet Stores ~ Pet Shop. Whalley Road.

Ken Carey’s Outdoor Clothing ~ Country Clothing store. Market Place.

Knowletop Studios ~ Art Gallery specialising in local photographic art. Castlegate.

Longitude Art Gallery ~ Art Gallery and Exhibition Space. Lee Carter House, Off Castlegate.

Longitude Art Gallery.

Marks Artisan Pies & Bakery ~ Delicious pies and bakery. Whalley Road.

Mayflower Furniture Store ~ Home decor and furniture. King Street.

M & Co ~ Ladies, Gents & kids Clothing and Homeware. Castle Street.

Muddy Frogs ~ Children’s Footwear. Swan Courtyard.

Nettletons Jewellers ~ Jewellers and Watch Shop. Castle Street.

Number 10 Literature and Lifestyle ~ Independent book shop specialising in all genres of crime. Also sells quirky gifts and cards. Moor Lane.

The Old Coach House Antiques ~ Antiques Centre. Waddington Road.

The Original Factory Shop ~ Discounted Clothing, Homewares, Toys & Gifts. Shawbridge Street.

Paint Pot ~ Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. Dogs can get involved too. 😊 Swan Courtyard.

Party People ~ Greeting Cards and Fancy Dress. Castlegate.

Platform Gallery & Visitor Centre ~ Contemporary Arts and Crafts , Exhibitions and Visitor Centre. Station Road by the Railway Station.

Pendle Stitches ~ Wool and Sewing Shop. Moor Lane.

Pets At Home ~ Everything for Pet Care. Whalley Road.

Premier Stores ~ Corner Shop chain with shops dotted round the town.

Phillip Michael ~ Hair Studio. Duck Street.

Purdie Oak ~ Luggage, bags and gifts. Castle Street.

Raffia ~ Contemporary and unique gifts and cards. King Street.

R Favourite Shop ~ Locally sourced Crafts and Homewares. Castlegate.

Rue 5 ~ Jewellers. King Street.

Greetings from Raffia.

Roost ~ Beautiful gifts and interiors for you and your home. Moor Lane.

RSPCA ~ Charity Shop. Castle Street.

Seasons ~ Ladies Clothing and Accessories. King Street.

The Shop Of Hope ~ Fairtrade, Environmentally friendly and Local Arts & Crafts etc. Castle Street.

Smug Fox ~ Rustic Interiors, Vintage Furniture and beautiful Home Accessories. Shawbridge Street.

Smug Fox Shop Dog 🦊 ~ photo from Facebook.

La Tete Et Tout ~ Women’s Clothing and accessories. Moor Lane.

Tile Productions UK ~ Bespoke and original tiling company. Dean’s Court, Link 59 Industrial Estate.

W H Smith ~ Newsagents, Books & Stationery. Castle Street.

WuffitMix ~ Petfood Supplies at Dugdales Nutrition. Bellman Mill, Salthill.

YMCA ~ Charity shop. Near Booths Supermarket.

Your Style Boutique ~ Ladies Clothes shop. Wellgate.

CAFES AND COFFEE SHOPS. Check out these lovely venues if you fancy a coffee or bite to eat with your fluffy friend.

Caffe Nero ~ Casual Coffee Shop Chain serving special blended coffees and light snacks. Castle Street.

Doe Bakehouse ~ Donuts 🍩 and coffee. Eat in or take- away. Market Place.

The Emporium ~ Elegant bar and restaurant. The stone flagged ground floor is dog friendly. Moor Lane.

Escape Coffee & Cocktails ~ Friendly coffee and cocktail bar. Brunch options. Dogs welcome during the day. Market Place.

Exchange Coffee Company ~ Coffee Roasters and cafe. Dogs allowed downstairs. Wellgate.

Maxwells Cafe & Wine Bar ~ The covered outside area of this popular cafe bar has heaters for chilly days. Dogs outside area only. King Street.

MOOR Coffee Shop ~ A friendly cafe and coffee shop. Moor Lane.

Secret Garden Cafe ~ Veggie and Vegan Cafe with a nice outdoor terrace. New Market Street.

A beautiful Secret Garden guest ~ Photo from the Facebook page.

Toms Table ~ French Inspired cuisine and afternoon teas. Lovely sun terrace. Dogs welcome before 6pm. Lee Carter House, Off Castle Street.

Violet’s Deli ~ Coffee and Deli bar with comfy sofas. Castle Street.

PUBS AND BARS. Clitheroe has many a pet friendly pub or bar. We are very lucky. 🐩🐾

The Ale House ~ Town centre Micro pub serving cask ales and bottled beers. Market Place.

The Beer Shack ~ Craft Beer bar specialising in craft beers and ciders. Charcuterie boards and beer snacks served too. Semi covered outdoor area at the back. King Street.

Bowland Beer Hall At Holmes Mill ~ For the Real Ale fan, the Beer Hall at Holmes Mill has 42 Cask ales on tap and has lots of original features from its industrial heritage , including a huge steam engine. Serves Bar Meals. Greenacre Street.

Corto ~ Craft Beers, Natural Ciders, Natural Wines, Cheese Boards and Good Vibes. King Street.

Corto cuisine.

Edisford Bridge Country Pub ~ Country Pub on the outskirts of Clitheroe. Small indoor area for eating with your dog. Lovely beer garden too. Good food and perfect for river walks.

The Emporium ~ Elegant bar and restaurant with dog friendly ground floor. Moor Lane.

Escape Coffee & Cocktails ~ Coffee and cocktail bar. Market Place.

Keystreet ~ Dogs are welcome in the covered Garden Bar at the rear of the pub. Lowergate.

The King’s Wine & Cocktail Bar ~ Modern chic Wine and Cocktail Bar with comfy sofas inside and a pretty seating area outside. Food served. Bawdlands.

Outside at The Kings. 🐶

Maxwells ~ This busy Cafe and Wine Bar has a covered outside area with heaters. King Street.

The New Inn ~ Cosy rooms and Real Ales. Coal fires in Winter. A proper old fashioned pub near the Castle grounds. Parson Lane.

Relaxing at the New Inn.

The Parlour Cocktail Bar ~ Bijou Cocktail Bar with big city vibes. Wellgate.

Parlour Pooch. From Facebook page.

Rose and Crown ~ Town centre pub that serves Bar Meals. Castle Street.

SauceBox ~ Small but perfectly formed Craft Beer and Cocktail Bar. Moor Lane

SMSJ ~ Old Schoolroom ~ Attractive bar with Big Screen TVs, Pool table and spacious yet snug seating areas. Bar Snacks Menu. Lowergate.

Old School Room.

White Lion ~ Popular Town centre pub with flagged floor and large heated beer garden area at the rear. Market Place.

Thank you for reading my Dog Friendly Clitheroe Post. Please respect any places you visit with your dog and keep doggies on a lead. Also please double check before you enter a venue with your dog. ❤️🐶

11 thoughts on “Dog Friendly Clitheroe. 🐶”

  1. I think more and more places are becoming dog friendly. I always chuckle to myself when I visit Keswick. I feel out of place because I don’t have a dog with me! 🙂

  2. Good bit of research there, Sharon.
    I’m not a dog owner, in the minority at the present time, I always smile when I see a sign saying dog friendly café and try to avoid them for hygienic reasons.
    One of the most hilarious episodes I’ve experienced was in a ‘dog friendly’ café in Cornwall. It was full at coffee time with lots of well-behaved pets sat under the tables until a couple turned up with an Alsatian straining at the leech. Within seconds, this dog set about chasing the rest. This resulted in a cacophony of dog barking, owners calling, tables chairs and coffees flying. Complete mayhem, I was glad to escape.

    1. That does sound like complete mayhem. Haha! Hugo is pretty good but there are certain dogs he doesn’t like, he doesn’t like male dogs who are bigger than him for example. So we do have to keep an eye on him at all times.

    1. Yes it definitely gets a few visitors. Though Sundays are not the best day to visit as many of the shops don’t open on Sundays. Tourists would like the castle which has the second smallest Keep in Britain and Holmes Mill with its Beer Hall and Food Hall is a big draw for people.

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