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Christmas in Chelsea

Chelsea is possibly THE most dog friendly area in London. The majority of places to drink and dine are on or around the King’s Road, which is also a great place to shop with your pooch as most stores, including Peter Jones are dog friendly too.

You can easily spend a whole day exploring Chelsea. Start with a walk in Battersea Park then stroll over the very pretty Albert Bridge which leads directly onto King’s Road. In between shopping and dining, explore some of the pretty garden squares and the colourful Bywater Street and Godfrey Street - great photo opportunities there!

Be sure to explore the shops and eateries in Pavillion Road and Duke of York Square and if your pooch is in need of supplies then pop into Love My Human or Pet Pavillion. Aesop and Kiehl's also have dog grooming products.

There are literally too many places to mention in one blog but here are a few of our favourites. And dogs, Chelsea is not just for Christmas!


Situated in the pretty Duke of York Square, this Italian restaurant has a huge outdoor space in the square and a walled garden at the rear, with plenty of heat lamps.

The perfect place to watch the stylish of dogs of Chelsea go by!

If it is very cold, we doggies are also allowed to dine in the bar area.

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A wonderful Parisian bakery just off the King's Road.

The cafe serves delicious food but we can't resist the croissants!

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Wulf & Lamb

If you're sick of all the turkey why not try a plant-based menu? Situated on Pavillion Road, the food here is simply delicious.

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Maitre Choux

They currently have some fabulous festive treats but this is a place you should visit for a special treat any time of year!

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Tom's Kitchen

A super dog friendly restaurant in Cale Street.

The perfect place to refresh after all that Christmas shopping but also a good place for a festive slap up dinner!

Read Pretzel's review here...

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