5 places to visit after a walk in Hyde Park

Updated: Aug 30, 2019

Hyde Park is London’s most central Royal Park and is considered to be one of the best city parks in the world. We could spend a whole day exploring all that Hyde Park has to offer and it’s a great spot for a picnic. However, if the weather doesn’t permit or your humans are just not that organised, here are 5 fabulous dog friendly places nearby to refresh and refuel.


Smith & Whistle

This is the bar of The Sheraton Grand Hotel on Piccadilly and they absolutely love us doggies there! They even have a dogtail menu and often have special dog dishes on the menu like the Quarterhounder - a chicken and sweet potato burger served in their very special branded dog bowls.

For the humans there is an extensive cocktail list and food is casual dining such as burgers and fish and chips.

Find out more and read our full review of Smith & Whistle here..



Milestone Hotel

The Milestone Hotel is a very grand building on Kensington Road, right opposite the park. We doggies are warmly welcomed by Steve the doorman who will happily pose for photos with us and then we are allowed in their Stables Bar and Conservatory.

The humans can enjoy Afternoon Tea in the Conservatory or choose from the full menu in the bar.

Find out more and read our full review of The Milestone Hotel here..



Saint Aymes

One of London’s prettiest and most Instagrammable cafes. Saint Aymes is not just a pretty face, they also serve delicious cakes and desserts. The humans can also get Afternoon Tea here.

Find out more about Saint Aymes here...



The Grazing Goat

A pub with rooms on a quiet side street off Oxford Street. The Grazing Goat is a great spot for breakfast before your walk or a delicious Sunday Roast - they have a sharing roast so you can persuade the humans to share with you.

Find out more about The Grazing Goat here....



Egerton House Hotel

Egerton House is a super dog friendly hotel. So much so that they even serve us our very own afternoon tea. While the humans tuck into their scones and funny little sandwiches, we get meatloaf, biscuits and ice cream presented just like the human version in a 3 tier bowl stand.

Every dog should try it at least once.

Find out more and read our full review of Egerton House Hotel here..