Open fires and comfy sofas and all lounge areas are #dogfriendly. Dining rooms are not, so a meal stop with dog is not possible here, but it’s a great place for a cuppa after a walk through the woods.
Characterful dog-friendly coffee shop on the Haddington main street. Great coffees and good soups. The Salmon Royale is also highly recommended. If you want lunch, get there before kitchen closes at 3pm. Busy during October as it is in the only place open, so be prepared to queue for bit – not taking bookings at present.
Handy new café at the West end of the village not far from the road end for the turning to Yellowcraigs beach. Name says it all! A great stop for a coffee after an afternoon walk and they also do toasties etc for lunch. Dogs welcome.
Gorgeous little café in the heart of the conservation village of Tyninghame in East Lothian. Dogs welcome inside and out. Cosy and quirky. The quiches are really tasty if the soup has run out.
As well as the beach, there are super walks both in the paddock behind the village hall and in the woods around #Tyninghame house, as long as you avoid the private areas.
Bright and attractive tea room right in the heart of the village. Dogs very welcome. Smashed avocado and the soup both very good.
A gem of a place. Outdoor seating with stunning views over the golf links. South facing sun trap, sheltered from the wind. Outdoor heating for chilly evenings. Comfortable and dog-friendly inside too. Wide menu.
Red house Garden Centre cafe near Aberlady – The Potting Shed. Lovely sitting outside for lunch on a sunny summer afternoon – a sheltered sun trap. The old castle makes a great backdrop, and being in a garden centre means that there is always plenty of colour around you while you sip your coffee. Dogs also welcome inside. Get there early if you want food. They often run out of everything by early afternoon. Outdoor tables only during Covid.