Great dog friendly Cafes and Pubs in Teesside with nature walks close by

Dog Friendly Cafes and Pubs in and around Middlesbrough and Stockton

Recently, my partner and I got our first puppy. A lovely, sweet natured Whippet who goes by the name Phoebe. After Phoebe had her last injections, we could not wait to try out some local cafes. We were eager to combine our love for our new puppy, walks, nature and a good coffee.

As a small, local community interest company, we try to support local businesses as much as we can. These venues are great and we have always been welcomed with a smile.

When we searched online, there weren’t any resources that combined a good café/pub with a nice walk, so here is our contribution of our favourite walks and café places along the way.

These establishments are in no particular order, we enjoy every one!

We will add more as time goes on, but if you have any recommendations please let us know in the comments!

1. Signals, Saltburn. (Redcar and Cleveland).

Signals is located at the top of the cliff, near the Railway Station. It has been running since 1986. Staff are warm and friendly and even gave our pup a treat! They serve up lovely food and have an array of baked treats too. Good for Gluten-intolerant people like me, with lots of options.

Address and Postcode: Signals, 1A Station Square, Saltburn-by-the-sea TS12 1QA.

There are lots of lovely walks in Saltburn, from the seafront, the cliffs and the Victorian gardens. We always manage to get a good 5,000 steps in from the beach alone. There is a lovely walk along the cliffs to the Teesside Charm Bracelet too.

Click here for guided circular walk and map of Teesside Charm Bracelet.

1. The Kings Head Inn, Newton-under-Roseberry (Redcar and Cleveland).

The Kings Head Inn is at the base of one of the most iconic hills (for us Teessider’s anyway), Roseberry Topping. There are lots of walks, from short walks around the foot of Roseberry Topping, to extended walks along The Cleveland Way. It states on their website they are dog friendly. We haven’t been with our pooch yet, but once spring arrives I am sure we will frequent it just as much as before. We have ate there often and experienced the lovely atmosphere with other dogs and their owners.

Address and Postcode:
The Green, Newton under Roseberry TS9 6QR Yorkshire, Middlesbrough, TS9 6QR

3. Cooks Café, Stewart Park (Middlesbrough).

Cooks Café is always full of lovely dogs with their owners. This was our first ever outing with Phoebe and we have been frequent returners. They serve lovely Coffee and Hot Chocolate. We have never ate there, but the Latte’s and other hot drinks are lovely. The park has lovely woods, lakes and green fields. It also boasts a penned play area for dogs. It is small, but ample for our Phoebe as we start to train her.

Address and Postcode:
Cooks Cafe. Stewart Park Marton in Cleveland England TS7 8AT.

4. The Talpore, Stockton-on-Tees

The Talpore is a pub/cafe/restaurant located at The Tees Barrage. Dogs are welcome in the pub and outdoor beer garden areas of the establishment. Around this pub are some lovely walks along The River Tees. You will often see wildlife and lots of swans.
We love combining a river stroll and a coffee. There are lots of short and long walks to partake in.

Address and Postcode:
The Taplore, Whitewater Way, Thornaby on Tees, Stockton-on-Tees TS17 6QB,

5. The Sitting Room, Saltburn (Redcar and Cleveland)

The Sitting Room is a lovely quaint coffee shop, at the top of the cliffs and near the Railway Station. It serves an array of teas, coffees, cakes and food. It is dog-friendly and staff always welcome you with a smile. My personal favourite here is their hot chocolate. Lots of lovely beach walks to be had when visiting this café with your pooch!

Address and Postcode:
3 Station Buildings Station Square Station Square, Saltburn-by-the-Sea TS12 1AQ

6. Sticky’s Late Bar and Burger Joint

Stockton on Tees

Sticky’s is famous for its burgers and loaded fries and banging Rock and Indie tunes. As well as its fab food and taste in music, it has another special feature. Dogs are allowed in. We love visiting and the owner loves dogs. Always welcomed with a smile. I would recommend their coffee too! It is a short walk from the Stockton Riverside, where you can visit the Infinity Bridge and enjoy the river’s wildlife.

Address and Postcode:
29 Prince Regent St, Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1DF

We hope you enjoy walking your pooch and visiting these local businesses as much as we do!

Would you recommend anywhere to add to the list? Please let us know in the comments below! Or contact us.

Aimee – Team AMALA.

16 thoughts on “Great dog friendly Cafes and Pubs in Teesside with nature walks close by

  1. I don’t have a dog so I wouldn’t have ever thought about dog friendly cafes. But my brother and sister in law got a dog this year and it’s made me think about it more. It’s good to know that there are some around in Teesside x

  2. Nice to know these places. We have two dogs and we need to bring them along to unwind. So this help us make a choice for cafe/resto that allows furbabies to tag along with their furdad..

  3. I love everything about this post! I don’t live close by but am planning a trip and this helps soooo much. I can’t wait to see the signals in saltburn.

  4. It’s great that there are so many dog friendly cafes around you. I don’t have a dog but I sometimes dog sit for a friend. On times, I do go out with the doggo for a coffee and I am grateful that there are plenty of places around that will allow her in.

  5. What a cutie!!! I love that there are so many places for pets , I’d love to have a dog soon! We are looking to move before we get any pets , watch this space 🙂

  6. Awww what a darling little lady, we have two whippets and they really are the best breed! I’m glad you’ve found so many dog friendly cafes in your area that you can all enjoy together.

  7. Awesome list! It is always nice when you are able to bring your dog with you to spots like this to help them socialize and get some fresh air as well.

  8. so cool to have pet-friendly places so you can go with your pet and enjoy a day out.. love all those wonderful restaurants you featured today..each one definitely has beautiful views

  9. I can totally see why you’ve picked these places. The scenery is just beautiful and has such a great vibe of freedom to it – I guess that’s not only great for pets but for their two-legged friends as well 😉

  10. great post! Too bad I am not in the area. I really enjoy visiting whatever places with my dog, thankfully we have very many options for it here, I am sad what I can not take him.

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