I did a search to find an answer to this question, but the results are all fairly old, so I figured I'd give it a new shout.
Our family of five (9, 8, and 1) will be traveling throughout the UK in June 2020, and to experience a part of British and Scottish culture, we'd love to stop and check out historic pubs and eat (and have a pint of cask ale) along the way.
We'd be looking at lunch or very early dinner hours - is it okay to bring our kids in for a meal in general? I realize some places may be more friendly than others when they see kids turn up, but do you wonderful people have any advice for us?
We will be in London near Holland Park and then near Russell Square, as well as York, and then Edinburgh if you've got specific recommendations. We load our girls up with art materials, books, etc. so they don't need to be catered to - but avoiding the places that definitely don't want kids would be great.
Thanks for all your help!