Dog Friendly Places to Eat

Friendly local pub, just a short walk away

The Peniarth Arms

The Peniarth Arms, the first of our dog-friendly eateries, is just a short stroll over the fields from Geufron Farm.

Sue and the team will give you a warm welcome to this friendly neighbourhood pub with a lively atmosphere, tasty pub fare, and a large selection of gins behind the bar.

With your dog by your side, enjoy a meal in the indoor bar area or outside at the really great outdoor bar hut. The heated covered beer garden is a great advantage on cooler

Dogs welcome

Well behaved dogs are welcome to dine with you in the bar area and outside seating. 

Book a table

Call: 01654 288096

Home cooked food next door to Geufron Farm

Y Bryn at The Woodlands

Landlords Kayleigh & Simon are well known in the neighborhood for serving delicious, reasonably priced home-cooked food at The Whitehall Pub in Tywyn. So you can imagine how happy we were when a restaurant and bar were opened close to Geufron Farm! Y Bryn is a well-liked location with a main restaurant, an adults-only bar and restaurant area, and a space for parties and private dining.
So, whether it’s a traditional Welsh Sunday meal, a celebratory afternoon tea in the conservatory, or a midweek curry night, we doubt you’ll struggle to find an excuse to cook while on holiday.

Dog welcome

There are a small number of dedicated dog friendly tables in the restaurant. Best to book ahead & let them now your pup is coming with you.

Book a table

The best way to book is by Facebook messenger here

Lovely all-day breakfast

Cegin Fach, Tywyn

This super little tea room is one of our absolute favourites for a great breakfast! Friendly & family run they have a lovely choice of all-day breakfasts & light lunches. We really enjoy the regular & veggie breakfasts which aren’t at all greasy & come with tea/coffee and toast.  Other light bites, drinks & cakes are available too. 

* Prices valid when this photo was taken in August 2022. They may change. 

Dogs welcome

Well behaved dogs are very welcome. Its a small tea room with around 8 tables, so large breeds/multi-dog households may struggle for space. 

Book a table

First come first served. No booking needed. 

Elegant coffee house

Millie & Sid’s, Tywyn

Since owners Rob & Deborah named their elegant coffee house after their adorable pups, it comes as no surprise that it is very dog friendly.

The team here have not only done an amazing job of bringing this lovely building back to life, but the food, coffee & cakes are also first-rate.

Without a doubt, one of our favourites for coffee and cake!

Dogs welcome

Well behaved dogs are welcome.

Top tip!

Mille & Sid’s only accepts cash payments. The nearest cash machine is on the other side of the road, past the pharamacy. 

Pizza, burgers & cocktails

The Retreat, Tywyn

We give The Retreat’s handcrafted pizzas a hearty thumbs up.

This unique restaurant with a coastal theme has an excellent assortment of ales, gins, and cocktails behind the bar. The welcoming staff serve 11″ artisan pizzas with a choice of about 8 topping combinations, as the option to add your own toppings. There are burgers on the menu as well as a selection fries. 

Don’t worry if you don’t manage to finish, they will package it up for you to take home. Choose from seating inside, or outside front or back. 

Dogs welcome

Inside & out. Treats on arrival and dog drinking bowls out front. 

Book a table

Call on 01654 710 669

All aboard the steam train

Kings Cafe, Tywyn Wharf

The Kings Cafe at Tywyn Wharf Station is open all year long and will welcome your dog with open arms. Your dog is welcome to travel with you on the train, dine with you inside the cafe, or if you’d rather eat outside on the platform, where there are also water dishes for dogs.

You may enjoy the renowned hearty breakfasts, Sunday lunches, and fizzy afternoon teas at The Kings Cafe on or off the train. Even more, it hosts celebrations and weddings and has a licenced bar.
It also has nice toilets, which is a great advantage when you’re out for the day.

Dogs welcome

On the train, in the cafe and on the platform. Very dog friendly throughout. 

Book a table

Call 01654 710 472

Oh we do love to lunch beside the seaside

Pebbles Tea Room, Tywyn

Playing on the beach with your dog can quickly make you thirsty, but fear not—Pebbles Tea Room is located directly on the promenade.
A large variety of comfort meals will be served to you, including homemade sandwiches, toasties, jacket potatoes, as well as a variety of cream cakes and superb ice cream sundaes.

Both a pleasant cafe inside and a lot of bench seating outdoors are available, ideal for drying off wet pets in the sunshine.

While you’re there why not play a round of crazy golf at the nearby fun park where dogs are also welcome. The winner gets to buy the ice creams?

Dogs welcome

Very dog friendly

Book a table

Booking isn’t always nessasary but it can get busy in summer holidays so arrive early. 

Stunning River Views

George III, Penmaenpool

A 20 minute drive from Geufron Farm but still one of our favourites. The George III offers an elegant menu and friendly service as well as magnificent views of the Mawddach Estuary. 

Dogs are welcome to eat with you from the full menu in the easy going upstairs bar (booking recomended) and also in the downstairs bar where bar snacks and drinks are served. 

Being right on the mostly flat Mawddach trail its also a great choice to stop for lunch after a long dog walk or cycling trip. 

Dogs welcome

In the upstairs & downstairs bar areas.

Book a table

Booking a table is really easy using their online booking form here

Artisan pizza with stunning mountain views

Mawddach Pizza, Near Dolgellau

For a taste of Naples with stunning mountain views look no further than Mawddach Napolitan Pizza. 

In the foothills of Cadair Idris, on the Mawddach Estuary, this artizan pizzaria is a wonderful spot to relax & dine. Using only their special sourdough produced on site, the freshest ingredients and monmouthshire charcuterie, this is pizza, but better!

Dog welcome

Dogs are welcome to dine with you on the outdoor terrace or in the downstairs restaurant area. 

Book a table

We highly recommend you call ahead on 01341 421 752. It is sometimes possible to get a table without booking & they do offer a take out option.

Fun filled day out

Corris Caverns

Just 20 minute drive from Geufron Farm you’ll enjoy underground cave adventures & cavern attractions, an above ground storytelling maze, unique craft studios, multi award-winning Gin Distillery, childrens’ play park and a very welcoming dog friendly café.

Free all day parking.


Dogs are welcome in almost all of the Corris Caverns site.

The only exceptions we know of are the underground attractions, the Chocolate making shop and the distillery.

The gin shop welcomes four legged family members though so you won’t miss out on a free tasting.

Need to Book?

Definitely book ahead for the craft workshops and underground attractions.

No need to book for the cafe. There is usually plenty of indoor seating as well as outside. 

Free distillery tours. No need to book, just arrive and the friendly team will fit you in.