Dog-friendly café to serve up treats for both pets and owners

PUBLISHED: 14:00 12 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:53 12 June 2018

Coast will serve treats for dogs and their owners. Picture: Brean Leisure Park

Coast will serve treats for dogs and their owners. Picture: Brean Leisure Park


A dog-friendly café has opened in its doors and dog flaps to the public.

Coast is dog friendly. Picture: Brean Leisure ParkCoast is dog friendly. Picture: Brean Leisure Park

Coast café is based at Brean Lesiure Park, in Coast Road, and will serve up a range of treats for both pets and their owners.

The café offers dog blankets, towels, water and a bespoke menu which features starters, mains, desserts and treats for pups, as well as Bottom Sniffer dog beer and Pawsecco.

Leisure park director, Alan House, said: “We accept pets on site but until now they were not permitted in our food and drink venues, so we have listened to our customer feedback and provided them with a place where they can take their dog and get something to eat and drink.

“We went one step further with the addition of the dog menu and selection of treats and drinks.

“Although it’s early days the feedback has been brilliant.”

Treats on sale. Picture: Brean Leisure ParkTreats on sale. Picture: Brean Leisure Park

The licensed café also has an outdoor seating area and is open daily from 10am-5pm.

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