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Dog cemetery Kensington Gardens                                             Chiswick House and Gardens


West London postal code area covers:  W1 Mayfair, Marylebone, Soho, W2 Bayswater, Paddington, W3 Acton, W4 Chiswick, W5 Ealing, W6 Hammersmith, W7 Hanwell,  W8 Kensington, W9 Maida Vale, Warwick Avenue, W10 Ladbroke Grove, North Kensington, W11 Notting Hill, Holland Park, W12 Shepherd’s Bush, W13 West Ealing, W14 West Kensington

West London includes most of the Royal Parks including Kensington Park Gardens, Hyde Park, Green Park and St James.  It is possible to walk from Notting Hill Gate or Kensington right into the heart of the West End via the Royal Parks and hardly touching a main road!  En route, one can see many of London’s most famous tourist attractions such as Kensington Palace, the Albert Hall, the Peter Pan statue, Princess Diana’s fountain, the Serpentine, the Animals at War monument and at the other side of Hyde Park, you can walk along Green Park to Buckingham Palace.  On the skyline you can clearly see the London Eye and Big Ben.  There are also some lovely parks and places to walk in the surrounding areas such as Chiswick House where a dog show is held annually in September.  

Queen Victoria was known to have a great love of dogs and it is said that when she opened Kensington Gardens to the public it was for the benefit of dogs and children.  By the lodge where a road crosses between Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, near Lancaster Gate is the famous Victorian dog cemetery.  Unfortunately one has to peer through the railings to see it, as it is not open to the public, but it is possible to see many of the 200 little tombstones commemorating mostly dogs but also few cats, birds and even a monkey.

London Dog Forum is pleased to introduce you to the dog friendly pubs, restaurants, cafes and bars in this area and if you know of any dog friendly venues in West London that we have not got listed here, please do let us know

Contact info@londondogforum.co.uk

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A dog friendly gastro pub with a great al fresco area. Opened in 1996 the Havelock Tavern is one of London's original gastro pubs. Unlike many others that have come and gone since, we have changed...
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The Havelock Tavern - Brook Green
Set in Hammersmith's leafy Brook Green, The Queen's Head is a delightful dog friendly local pub and far bigger than its modest frontage would have you believe. A real log fire, beautiful garden and...
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The Queens Head - Brook Green
Resident dog, 18-year old-Molly welcomes quiet well-behaved dogs for elevensies, lunch or tea! Molly's owner is also 18 - this cafe is quite an achievement for one so young, although it's pretty...
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Tart Anglo Irish Bakery - Portobello Dock
Tucked away in a leafy corner of Maida Vale in north London, Le Cochonnet is every W9-denizen's favourite local gem. Located on the junction of Lauderdale and Castellain Roads near Elgin Avenue, this...
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Le Cochonnet - Italian restaurant, Maida Vale
A dog fr iendly restau rant, Maggie Jones’s has been a favourite haunt among Kensington locals for over 40 years. Cosy, rustic, informal and incurably romantic, the restaurant is tucked away...
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Maggie Jones restaurant - Kensington
Small but perfectly formed dog friendly gastro pub famed for its warm, laid-back atmosphere but most of all for the excellent food. Please call for reservations Opening Hours Monday to Saturday...
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Anglesea Arms - Hammersmith
Very dog friendly chain of coffee sho ps Market House - the building in which our Uxbridge shop lives - has seen a few significant events in its long history, so we feel very privileged to find...
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Harris & Hoole - Uxbridge
  Spacious sophisticated dog friendly bar/restaurant in Westbourne Grove offering a huge variety of cocktails, spirits, draught beers and lagers plus a excellent wine list. Breakfast is...
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Westbourne House - Bayswater
Slap bang on the canal at Little Venice, this pub has been a personal favourite for many years (partly because of the little theatre upstairs!) However the decor has greatly improved since I started...
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The Bridge House - Little Venice
Dog friendly cafe set in the beautiful and tranquil grounds of Holland Park. ( Between Kensington High Street and Holland Park) Open all year round, the café serves fresh, home-made,...
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Holland Park Cafe - Holland Park
The dog friendly Copper Cow is a relaxed, bright and friendly cafe, bar restaurant set in the heart of Grove Park Chiswick. The ambience is warm and fun with a relaxed buzz! The food is gastro style...
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The Copper Cow - Chiswick
Dog friendly pub on the North Bank of the Thames You don't have to be an 'All Blacks' rugby fan to come here but it helps. Exciting Kiwi menu - Tapas, Starters and Mains and Traditional English...
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The Black Lion - Hammersmith
A little dog friendly gem near Holland Park that appears to be a well kept secret!! Excellent food and wines and attentive service. A word from the owner: "French/British neighbourhood...
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Whits Restaurant and Bar - Kensington
Dog friendly Gastro pub located less than five minutes walk from either Gunnersbury or Kew Bridge stations, the Pilot is a fantastic neighbourhood pub offering friendly service, fresh seasonal food...
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The Pilot - Chiswick
CUISINE: Modern Italian. Being the pioneer of Italian food in London, Cibo is still performing at its best providing ambience food and wine that has been emulated by so many. With seafood as...
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Cibo Italian Restaurant - Kensington
A newly refurbished dog friendly bar and bistro within a stone's throw of West London's famous Portobello market but from the madding crowd! The bar offers some interesting cocktails and the food...
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Portobello House Ltd - Nr Portobello Road
The very dog friendly Bonaparte is situated in the heart of Notting Hill and is famed for its warm and friendly atmosphere. Dogs are welcome in the bar area that seats up to 70 people - there is...
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The Prince Bonaparte - Notting Hill
 Dogs are allowed in the bar area but not the restaurant. Transport Links: Tube: Hammersmith and city line at Shepherds Bush Buses: 207, 607, 260, 272 The Bar The bar of the Princess...
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Princess Victoria - White City
Dog friendly gastro pub The Offering We're not going to bore you with a flowery narrative. We're just going to give you the facts. This is what we've got… Speciality spirit...
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The Ladbroke Arms - Notting Hill/Holland Park
Very dog friendly. This lovely pub with its Victorian decor is situated in a quiet residential area just off Hyde Park and Lancaster Gate.  It is popular with the locals and regulars as well...
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Victoria Pub - Lancaster Gate
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