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All Dog friendly Pub/ Bar in Bowral

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  • Royal Hotel | Dog Friendly pub in Bowral

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    Royal Hotel is a family run dog friendly pub in the heart of Bowral. Dogs are allowed to join you at the beer garden wiht plenty of shades on offer in case of rain or hot summers day! Pete and Kate have grown up working in hospitality and pubs. Kate was brought up and worked in her family’s pub, The Lord Dudley in Paddington, Sydney. Pete started out working in a pub in Balmain as a cellar man taking the deliveries and later moved on to work for another pub and became the licensee. Pete and Kate have two son’s, Read more [...]

  • Scottish Arms | Dog friendly pub in East Bowral

    Dog friendly pub Scottish Arms is a great hidden gem in the Southern Highlands. It’s stunning recently renovated Scotland Yard Beer Garden is dog friendly and provides lots of covered spots in case of run or burning hot sun! The beautiful timbers that you will find supporting the roof structure in the courtyard are original Balmain Turpentine Wharf Timbers, around 150 years old. The ironbark beams of the pergola are from the original platform of the Balmain wharf. These timbers have changed their life from being underfoot to now being overhead. The Southern Highlands has always had a deep association with Scottish Read more [...]