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Welcoming country pub with reasonably priced food and a dog walk from the door.
Two dog-friendly country pubs to chose from, and a good dog walk all within a country mile of the A1 Junction 5.
The forest is clearly popular with local dogwalkers, and socially inquisitive dogs will have a fantastic time here crashing through the undergrowth in a very safe environment.
A short dog walk and dog-friendly pub just half a mile from the A1M. It's a mainly quiet residential area.
Country pub hidden away in the countryide and less than 2.5 miles from the A1 junction 6 or 7
This is a well looked after community nature reserve, and combines shaded woodland with open space that's ideal for dogs.
A big pub, but still cosy and welcoming. Real fires in winter, and lovely garden seating for warmer days.
There's plenty of flat, open space here, as you are in the parkland of Knebworth House. A dog walk of some distinction.
Well placed for a driving break and circular dog walk near the A1 from junctions 8 and 9.
Lovely place to make a doggiestop on your journey, with a really good shop for fresh produce as well as tasty meals. And there's a dog walk on a public footpath from the car park too.
The dog walk and dog-friendly inn are slightly apart here, and if you just need to stop for Fido you can go straight to the walk car park.
Rural community with access to really good dog walks. The farm shop opposite the pub is outstanding and we thought this was a wonderful discovery for a doggiestop.
Friendly village local that makes a good family and dog break on your journey, and a very easy to follow dog walk too.
Junction 15 Northbound
Rural there-and-back walk to a piece of calm ancient woodland between Huntingdon and Peterborough.
A former clay pit that has been transformed into a fine country park. It's an excellent place for walking, particularly around the lake, and is very popular with local dog walkers.
A traditional village, with some really attractive thatched cottages, a village green and pleasantly slow pace.
This is such a relaxing and gentle place to take a break from the A1M, and dogs will love the parkland here. It's a great place for a dog walk.
Phoenix Park is a popular local dog walk, over what used to be the Hickleton Colliery. There are now sculptures and installations as a reminder of its history and a network of paths around the park.
A transformed colliery site that is great for dog walks. Already it's hard to imagine how this green space would have looked.
There is a lot to see on this purpose-made walk through an RSPB nature reserve. Dogs are welcome but need to be on a lead or effectively controlled.
Parkland, woodland and formal Edwardian gardens. Several defined walks around the estate such as the Captain Wood Walk, suitable for prams or the Boundary trail, with open views of the countryside.
This is a lovely 17th Century coaching inn with open fires either end of the lounge bar in which you can enjoy good home cooked food and a fine selection of ales and beers
This dog walk is on footpaths through flower-strewn meadows and farmland. It's a good doggiestop on your journey. On the A64, and close to the A1 Junction 45.
A loop following the River Wharfe and joining with the Ebor Way.
Easy linear walk that's doggie-pawfect. Dogs are welcome in the pub garden here, and dog water bowls are provided.
The old railway line, now part of the Harland way.
Less than a mile from the A1 and you can enjoy a cooling riverside walk, check out a once important Roman town, or grab something to eat in nearby Boroughbridge.
A dog walk that starts in the middle of town and goes to the race course. Just the job for taking a breather from shopping! One of the Canal and River Trust's dog walks along the towpath.
A pawfect spot to take a breather from the A1, recharge your batteries in a peaceful village, and give the dog a comfort break too.
A small dog-friendly pub in situated just 5 minutes from the historic town of Richmond.
This market town used to be of massive strategic importance and the Norman castle looms over Swaledale quite ominously on a grey day.
Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield. Now a country hotel and grounds but used to be a stately home. Fantastic paved walks, flat and easy. Lakeside and woodland walk, follies and sculptures.
A fabulous, slightly adventurous, walk along the River Wear gorge. This tranquil area is covered in trees and has the occasional mountain stream crossing the path.
Riverside path along the Wear with country views, and spectacular views of the Castle and Cathedral. 1.5 miles one way.
A leisurely riverside location with the option of playing with your dog in the parkland, or heading off up river to enjoy a stroll through woodland.