Having a nose around Sheffield

Known as Steel City, much of Sheffield’s manufacturing heritage is now gone. In its place is a city driven by innovation and with really friendly, independent spirit you won’t find anywhere else. With loads for you and your doggo to do, check out Sheffield’s cultural scene or escape to the beautiful backdrop of the Peak District National Park.

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Drinking

The Hallamshire House

The comfortable, traditional interior of The Hallamshire House provides a welcoming environment for patrons of all ages. This teamed with excellent customer service, award-winning craft beers and a programme of live music and entertainment, The Hallamshire House is sure to become your new favourite pub.

The pub is the perfect spot to spend an afternoon with your happy tail-wagger, with dog treats galore, plus a ‘secret garden’ to relax in and enjoy street food and BBQs.

The Hallamshire House, 49-51 Commonside, Sheffield, S10 1GF

The Harlequin

Voted Sheffield’s Camra’s Cider Pub of the Year – The Harlequin is a traditional watering hole providing a warm setting for a quick drink with your dog. The house beers are brewed by local brewery Exit 33 Brewing and the menu is ever-changing, so you’ll always find something new. Dogs are welcome inside, provided they’re kept on a lead. 

The Harlequin, 108 Nursery Street, Sheffield, S3 8GG

Sheffield Tap

The Sheffield Tap provides a cosy spot to enjoy a refreshing beverage with your pooch, the beer house boasts an unrivalled selection of beers from across the globe, including more than 200 bottled world beers and a variety of traditional cask ales.

Sheffield Tap, 1b Sheffield Station, Sheaf Street, Sheffield, S1 2BP

The Greystone

Cask ale fans will love this pub for its range of award-winning ales from the Thornbridge Brewery, quality lagers, and extensive variety of bottled beers. The Greystone is the perfect venue to spend a quiet evening out with your canine companion in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Greystone, Greystones Road, Sheffield, S11 7BS

Eating out

The Waggon & Horses

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The Waggon & Horses has all the essentials for a satisfying meal out, with a delicious seasonal menu using the finest local ingredients. You can enjoy a laid-back drink in the tap room, where your dog can join you, or book a table in the restaurant for a more traditional dining experience.

The Waggon & Horse, 57 Abbydale Rd, South Millhouses, S7 1QQ

The Broadfield

With a hospitable atmosphere for people and dogs – The Broadfield prides itself on its delightful menu, especially its award-winning pies and sausages. This pub guarantees a great meal and you are sure to be impressed by the collection of whiskies and craft beers from around the world.

The Broadfield, 452 Abbydale Rd, S7 1FR

Crown Inn

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Your furry friend will be just as welcome as you are at the Crown Inn with a FREE dog bar including doggy biscuits, poop bags and of course water. If you’re being extra indulgent, how about a tasty pie, a dog beer or a pawsecco for your well-behaved pooch.

And for you, the Crown Inn provides a warm, cosy atmosphere, serving award winning pies, craft beers and alfresco dining during the summer.

Crown Inn, 2 Albert Rd, Heeley, S8 2QW

Bungalows & Bears

If you’re looking for some comfort food after a long day exploring the city, then Bungalows & Bears is the place for you. The menu has something for everyone from succulent chicken dishes to meat-free feasts, all the way to quality pub grub and juicy burgers. Whatever you order you’re sure to get food envy as everything on the menu looks so darn good!

The staff are very friendly and extremely accommodating of doggy visitors, providing bowls of water and endless cuddles.

Bungalows & Bears, The Old Fire Station, 50 Division St, Sheffield, S1 4GF

Staying Over

Novotel Sheffield Centre

The Novotel, situated in the city centre is an excellent dog-friendly hotel. The comfortable rooms are perfect for you and your furry bestie to cuddle up and recharge your batteries after a busy day exploring Sheffield. After you settle into your room you can expect the attentive staff to knock on your door with a dog bowl, treats and toys for you four-legged buddy.

Novotel Sheffield Centre, 50 Arundel Gate, Sheffield, S1 2PR

Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa

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Doggy hotels don’t get much better than this. You and your pooch will receive a warm welcome on arrival and will be allocated one of the beautiful dog-friendly room, most coming with French doors overlooking the scenic grounds. Dogs are also allowed into certain areas in the bar and restaurant too.

Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa has a maximum of 2 dogs per room policy with a one-off £15.00 service charge – this is a cleaning charge irrespective of length of stay or how many dogs in the room.

Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa, Kenwood Road, Sheffield, S7 1NQ

Best Western Plus Sheffield Mosborough Hall Hotel

If you’re looking for a quiet night relaxing in your room with your fur ball then Best Western Plus  will be the paw-fect hotel for you. This 12th Century manor house offers an eclectic mix of historic charm and modern luxury. Still retaining its stately charm, the hotel boasts a selection of rooms to suit all tastes – from two main suites to the recently renovated contemporary rooms.

There is a £20 per dog per stay charge and dogs are allowed in bedrooms only.

Best Western Plus Sheffield Mosborough Hall Hotel, High Street, Mosborough, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S20 5EA

The Blacksmiths Arms

This Bed & Breakfast is ideal for walkers and cyclists situated near to the Trans Pennine Trail. The Blacksmiths Arms provides four warm and comfortable rooms for you and your doggo to snuggle up and relax after a long day walking the peaks. If you still have a little energy, settle into the traditional pub area for delicious food and a game of snooker.

The Blacksmiths Arms, Manchester Road, Millhouse Green, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S36 9NQ

Walkies

Norfolk Heritage Park

This Green Flag Award winning site is just one mile south east of Sheffield city centre. Norfolk Heritage Park – one of the oldest public parks in the country recently underwent a multi-million pound restoration project to regenerated the landscape and restore it to its original Victorian character.

The park has the feel of a country estate, so you and your dog won’t have to travel too far for a rural experience! Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the 5 Grade II Listed buildings and structures in the park.

Norfolk Heritage Park, Guildford Ave, Sheffield S2 2PL

Endcliffe Park

Listed on the English Heritage’s National Register of Historic Parks & Gardens, Endcliffe Park consists of 15 hectares of land in the south west corner of Sheffield. The park has both parkland and woodland, as well as two ponds to discover with your four-legged friend.

The park opened in 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria and you can see two monuments in the park dedicated to the Queen. When you and your pooch are pooped after all that walking there is a lovely café to take a break, watch the world go by and enjoy a nice cup of coffee.

Endcliffe Park, Rustlings Rd, Sheffield S11 7AB

Shire Brook Valley Nature Reserve

Situated in the south east of the city, Shire Brook Valley has over 100 hectares of land protected for Nature Conservation and recreation, including a mixture of brooks, meadows, woodlands and ponds for you and your dog to enjoy.

The park has four pre-planned walks to choose from, 30 minutes to 2 hours depending on your energy levels!

Shires Brook Valley Nature Reserve, Stone Lane, Sheffield, S13 7BR

If your favourite dog-friendly venue hasn’t made this guide, make sure you add your place to our Pets Are Welcome map.