Regent’s Park is one of the most beautiful park in London and Camden being its neighborood, we went to explore the area to find out about the best places to go to with your dog. Camden can get busy at times and so we thought it might be nice to give you a few tips on the area and give you the best places to go to with your dog after you've been on a long walk in Regent’s park.
THE LORD OF STANLEY
(51 Camden Park Rd, London NW1 9BH)
Obviously we found a lovely pub where both indoor and outdoor areas are brilliant. Lord Stanley’s atmosphere is so friendly that we could easily spend the day there without realizing we are in one of London’s busiest area. The terrace is really nice and the pizzas are unbelievable. Of course dogs are allowed (as long as they don’t mind the resident cat). There are really only good reasons to head there if you’re around the area.
THE CAMDEN GARDEN CENTRE
(2 Barker Dr, London NW1 0JW)
If you’re looking to do something a bit different around Camden and are like us at Fetch & Follow (flowers and plants lovers), this is a great place for you and your dog to go. With summer coming what best than a plant shopping session with your dog? This plant nursery has an amazing variety of greenery and its coffee/ lunch area serves the best Greek salad in London.
CASA TUA CAMDEN
(176 Royal College St, London NW1 0SP)
This lovely Italian caffe is another gem of a place in the Camden area. We love this little caffe's great vibe. Casa Tua has this real feel of Italy where you can find delicious food and coffee. This is definitely a great place to go and check out after a long walk in the park for a treat.
(136 Regent's Park Rd, Primrose Hill, London NW1 8XL)
Ripe Kitchen is located on Regent's Park road and has some delicious sandwiches, fresh juices, smoothies and pastries. Both the indoor and outdoor areas are very cosy to sit with your dog for lunch or afternoon snack. The team is super friendly and the place offers a view of the lovely street it is situated on. A perfect spot for some dog and people watching on a Sunday afternoon.
PRIMOSE HILL VILLAGE
(Regent's Park Rd, Primrose Hill, London NW1 8XL)
Regent’s Park road located right by Primose Hill is the cutest and most lively street in the area. The street is great for shopping and an afternoon lunch/ tea with your dog. We particularly love all the cafes and restaurants' terraces bringing a lot of life to the street. It feels like a lovely village away from the city. We like popping by the pet shop to get some treats when we go there and do some shopping. There is a charity shop where dogs are allowed in so we obviously like to pop in and have browse through some beautiful pieces for men, women and the home.
Finally, it goes without saying, Primose Hill's highlight is its spectacular view of the whole of London. So get your pup and yourself ready to go up the hill as it's really worth it.