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A massive forest to explore, with footpaths running in every direction. Total doggy bliss!
Byland Abbey is the focal point of this walk - a dignified ruin of one of the largest Cistercian monastery complexes in Yorkshire.
It's worth taking a break in this pretty village, or you'll miss everything by driving by.
Warm and friendly pub that is a pleasure to visit after a big bound with the hound on the Yorkshire moors. It's one of those really nice places, listed in a number of the 'Good ...
Very much in the middle of nowhere, apart from the farm, and it's a very tranquil place to walk with the dog through woodland on a section of the Tabular Hills walk.
A chance to enjoy a stroll with the dog on the roof of the moors, with expansive views all around and just the sound of swallows and skylarks to keep you company. Marvellous place for a picnic.
Excellent dog walking in woodland just a couple of miles from the bright lights of Scarborough. This is ideal summer walking when every dog needs sniffing space away from the crowds.
A dead straight dog walking avenue, and not a lot else. It's a great place for all dogs, and easy for unsociable dogs to manage as they probably won't get much company.
Yorkshire might have more stunning ruins than any other county, and this is way up there in the ruin league. And dog-friendly.
A thriving little town with a number of dog-friendly places for refreshment, and a charity shop for greyhounds with doggie ice-cream and cuddles!
Small country inn within very easy reach of the A170 and a delightful dog walk from the door.
Dogs are welcome here and it's a large and roomy building where families, locals and dog-walkers rub along together well.
Another typical Yorkshire village with that signature pattern of rows of cottages bordering a wide central street.
A cool and shady walk with the dog on easy paths with terrific views over the North Yorks National Park.
Two options for dog walks here, and it's a really quiet and peaceful space. You're highly unlikely to see anyone else.
The dog-friendly pub building is old, and you can feel it has a long history of providing warmth and refreshment to travellers.
A very attractive Yorkshire village in the Howardian Hills with dog-friendly refreshments at a cafe or the village inn, and a shop too for picnic essentials.
One of the more intimate homes of the gentry, now open to all and with pretty gardens to roam around and deck-chairs for an afternoon snooze.
Busy small market town on the edge of the moors and with a somewhat quaint feel and atmosphere.
First up, dogs aren't allowed inside because there just isn't room for them. But dogs are welcome in the garden and there is some shelter there from the elements.
Such a quiet and relaxing spot for a moment of calm. On a hot day the cool air and gently running stream is a welcome break from the heat.