Best Dog-Friendly Coffee Shops In The Stockport Area

The heart wrecking task of leaving behind your pooches when you’re out exploring the gorgeous big city can be way too much to handle. However, it is equally overwhelming to take your pup along with you. The endless list of things that we can do to enjoy each moment of our time fails to stand at par with the things that our dog can do while they are outside with us. How can we be sure that the cool parks, breathtaking cafes, fun pubs, and shops that catch our eye will be equally pup-friendly as we are? But, your fears can finally take rest for we have compiled a list of the ultimate places that you can visit with your pup when you’re in the Stockport area in Greater Manchester.

  • Tandem Coffee House

Located in the old town of Stockport, you can finally unwind and enjoy a delicious cup of aromatic coffee with your dog. This place has earned its name for being super dog-friendly, top notch coffee, delectable food, and overall charm. This place is open Monday to Saturday and has earned its fame for the fresh and wide range of items it has on its menu. Next time, you are browsing through places to visit with your furry friend don’t miss out Tandem Coffee House.


Phone Number – 07542866349

  • Nook Neighborhood Coffee

You can finally enjoy what you have been waiting for so long. This cafe with its freshly baked irresistible cakes, homemade soups, out of the world sandwiches, and specialty coffee deserves to be on your ‘must visit’ places in Stockport. The relaxed dining ambience is all about offering each customer and their dog(s) a homely feel. And, when it comes to food, it is fresh and healthy. Don’t miss out this gem of a place that is about to be your and your dog’s favorite hangout location in Stockport. Are you ready to visit a laid-back cafe? Then, this is it for you.


Phone Number – 0161 432 5385

  • Plumcake Cafe

This charming cafe deserves to earn every acclamation that it has. The amazing menu, superior quality coffee, and the fact that it is a popular place for every dog lover is something anyone should look forward to. This place has everything that can transform your day into a remarkable one. The old-fashioned friendly place with delicious homemade food is worth a visit with your buddy. Drop by with your dog for an excellent brunch, and you will definitely keep coming back.

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Phone Number– +44 161 439 8147

  • Rhode Island Coffee

If the smell of fresh coffee, a plate full of delicacies, and your dog by your side is what you want from your cafe, then Rhode Island Coffee won’t disappoint you. The welcoming staff, friendly ambiance, hearty natural food, relaxation, and enjoyment is what Rhode Island Coffee stands for. No matter how long you intend to spend your time in this cafe, you’re bound to enjoy yourself. So, go ahead and order a hearty amount of comfort food, a cup of freshly brewed coffee, and feel right at home with a book and a dog. You must try all the award-winning dishes on the menu.


Phone Number – +44 (0) 1204 702 338

  • No29 Coffee House and Delicatessen

This place is everything that you and your dog would love on a day out. The menu has some incredible and evolutionary dishes that you must give a try. As for your dog, it can soak in a friendly atmosphere, your company, and a chilled time. The culture of this cafe is simply remarkable. This is undoubtedly one of the best hang out cafes you can find in your neighborhood with a vision to offer its customers with a simple menu that comprises of some of the best drinks and food. And, the space that it will be served in will be both wholesome and welcoming. It is time to create cherishable memories with your dog here at No29 Coffee House and Delicatessen.

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Phone Number – +44 161 430 4671

  • Feed General Store

Enjoy the season’s fresh produce and ingredients here at Feed General Store. The use of seasonal ingredients and local supplies enhances the taste of their dishes even more. Walk into this amazing cafe with your dog, family, and friends and have a relaxing time. Take some time of your daily, busy life and enjoy the tranquility of this place. Your pooch will have an equally fantastic time as you do here.


Phone Number– +44 161 312 4148

  • Juno Cafe

In here, you will have the most wonderful experiences with your dog. This cafe is much more than the appetizing dishes it serves during breakfast and lunch. This is another excellent dog-friendly spot for you that is simply perfect when it comes to grabbing your everyday cup of Joe. Not only will your dog be welcomed inside the cafe but also feel equally loved and cared for. The hearty and equally amazing number of home-style choices in this cafe is what you need.


Phone Number – +44 161 442 2756

  • Thom’s Bar and Kitchen

This spot is another ideal location for a dog and its master. It is an extremely popular attraction amidst dog lovers who want to be in a calm and serene location on a late afternoon, simply relaxing the good vibes with their dog. The food menu of this place is a never-ending list of delightful delicacies that range from salads to quick bites, snacks, and hearty meals. Don’t miss out on this cozy place if you happen to be in Stockport.


Phone Number– +44 161 442 7771

  • Brezo Lounge

Brezo Lounge is in the heart of Cheadle High Street, with a fantastic terrace outside the front.  They serve a great range of food and drinks (including full kids, gluten free and vegan menus) Dogs allowed inside and they will even get dog treats and water.   Perfect!

0161 4913980

  • SK8 Café

SK Eight is a Coffee Shop with a difference.   They are a social enterprise which means that they run their business in an ethical way that benefits the local community.  They have a varied menu serving a delicious selection of fresh food, from sandwiches to filled jacket potatoes and cakes and treats. They also serve amazing Grumpy Mule coffee. A wonderful outside area to enjoy as well as facilities that enable people to book space for meetings.

Call 0161 486 7673

These are some of the best cafes for you and the waggy tailed friend you love so much. Don’t miss out on these places for they are the most beloved hot spots in Stockport.  Know of any more dog friendly coffee shops? let us know and we will add them to the list.

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Days Out With Your Dog – Dog Friendly Attractions Close to Dartford

Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway

If you are looking for something different to do with your dog then this is for you! This railway is just over an hour car journey away from Dartford and dogs travel for free! The railway runs from Hythe to Dungeness and the trains that run on this line are all miniature diesel and steam locomotives.

Each stop is within walking distance of a beach, with a national nature reserve at the Dungeness stop, so there is loads to explore with your dog and lots of scenic walks to go on to let your dog burn off all of that excess energy.

Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate

Just over an hour away from Dartford and you will find yourself on the coast surrounded by sea, sand and fresh air. If your dog loves the beach this is the place to take them! The majority of the sandy coastline welcomes dogs with just some restrictions in place between 1st May and 30th September, so it’s the perfect place to go for a walk.

There are also loads of dog friendly places to grab some food and drink in the surrounding areas once you have worked up an appetite on your walk. As well as this there are a number of great dog friendly places to stay if you fancied treating your dog to a weekend away.

Hever Castle

Around 40 minutes away from Dartford is Hever Castle with over 125 acres of ground to explore and walk around with your dog, providing they are kept on their lead. They are not allowed in the castle, however there is a special area in the courtyard for your dog to rest while you have a look around.

Dogs are also welcome to sit outside in the Moat Restaurant and Guthrie Pavilion Restaurant where there are dog bowls on offer, which will probably be needed after all of the exploring and walking.

Canoe Wild

This is another one that is a bit different and perfect if you are looking for a bit of an adventure with your dog. Canoe Wild is in Canterbury, around an hour away from Dartford and you are able to hire canoes and kayaks with your dog. You can also take part in one of the guided tours on offer.

There is a picnic area and lovely walks around the picturesque surrounding woodland and countryside, so this is a great place for an all-round day out with your dog.

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Top 3 Dog-Friendly UK Holiday Destinations

Let’s face it, as dog owners we are barking mad about our canine friends, with most of us viewing them firmly as one of the family. Therefore, with the February half-term holidays approaching you are likely to be seeking a well deserved break, with the entire family included. However, searching for accommodation and restaurants where your fur baby, and human children, are welcome in all areas can turn into a ruff ordeal! It will therefore come as no great surprise that some of the most dog welcoming destinations in the United Kingdom fall within our beautiful national parks, offering rolling countryside, stunning scenery and ample dog walking opportunities. Within these leash-worthy locations they don’t shy away from dog walkers, muddy paws or excited children, they embrace the outdoors and invite you inside with open arms. Here are our top three pawsome friendly holiday destinations and why we know they will be perfect for the whole family, fur sure!

1.    The Lake District

The stunning Lake District welcomes your four-legged friend with open arms, offering endless outdoor opportunities and dining options for the whole family! The Lake District is renowned for being one of the most welcoming holiday destinations for our dogs, not only due to the endless Wainwrights that can be explored up on the fells, but within the tourist attractions too. From the Windermere Lake Cruises, the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway, the Ullswater Steamers and the Ravenglass Railway in Eskdale, you are not short of thrilling day trips where your pup-pal can be fully involved in your adventures. In addition, you are spoilt for choice with dog friendly restaurants and bars, that won’t blink an eye at your muddy walking boots or mucky mutt. Fancy a fabulous forest walk? Then look no further than the gorgeous deep green forests of Whinlatter and Grizedale where the trees appear to reach the sky. There are ample adventure playground opportunities for children and most importantly your dog can run freely around the forest footpaths.

For more information see Lake District dog friendly; accommodation, places to eat, pet etiquette and a dogs in Cumbria guide.

2.    The Yorkshire Dales

Every year millions of canine visitors flock to the Yorkshire Dales with their owners in the hope of finding hound friendly hotels, pup-tastic pubs and glorious countryside walks. Dogs in the Dales are embraced and greeted by many shops and pubs, who have bowls of water outside their establishments ready for your thirsty pals. Indeed some restaurants go even further in their attempt to satisfy the needs of your furry friend by offering a delicious doggy menu in addition to their standard menu, meaning you can all eat together at the end of a long days walking. You are also spoilt for choice with dog friendly attractions around the Dales including; Richmond Castle, Parcevall Gardens, Markenfield Hall, Ingleborough Cave, Harrogate Paintball Centre, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal, Skipton Boat Trips, to name just a few!   

For further essential information take a look at dogs in the Dales.

3.    The Peak District

Dog friendly Derbyshire is packed full of places to stay and things to do with your pawsome pups. Dogs are well and truly welcome in the Peak District with numerous café’s, bars and restaurants classifying themselves as dog friendly. You can’t walk far without noticing the array of signs above shop doors proudly informing you that ‘dogs are welcome.’ Ensuring there are no awkward moments where you stand outside with the dog, whilst the rest of the family enter the shop for a browse. You can explore the Monsal Trail or perhaps Monsal Head and walk down into Mondal Dale, with the whole family, letting your dog run freely in the beautiful countryside. Grinlow Woods and Bakewell also offer numerous outdoor opportunities for the whole family to enjoy the beauty of the Peak District. You can end the day perfectly in one of the many dog friendly hotels where you can all enjoy relaxing together, at the end of a wonderful day in one of the most beautiful national parks in England, with your dog by your side.

Check out this useful overview of dog friendly accommodation in the pet friendly Peak District.

Are we fur’ real? Well, yes we are! Our dogs are part of our family and therefore finding the perfect accommodation, eating establishments and attractions, where everyone can enjoy the entire holiday together is pawsible. It is all down to location and all available on our doorstep, if you just know where to look. You and your precious pups never need to be separated again and you can look forward to many hound-friendly holidays together in the future. Happy February Half-Term!

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