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An interesting spot to walk a desperate dog, in an immaculately kept village with mainly thatched cottages nesteld around the skirts of the Hall. It's a rare glimpse of the England of nostalgia.
Much more than just a heap of stones, without the safe birth of Henry IV here history would have been quite different.
A really good sized forest where dogs can happily run off-lead and have a brilliant time.
Popular with local dog walkers, this is a relaxing spot for a picnic and dog walk in quiet countryside.
We loved the walk here by fields of very large, contented oinking pigs. The dog-friendly pub has a country feel and good home cooking.
A magical nature reserve where you can move quietly and listen to the incredibly loud birdsong. Dogs need to be on lead here, so it's better suited for quieter dogs.
A fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
Relaxed family park with loads of space for dogs and kids to let off steam. You can either take your own picnic or grab a coffee from the cafe.
Pretty little pub by a stream, and a dog walk from the door.
At one time this was the northernmost town in the Roman Empire and hugely important. Today it's a breath of fresh air after the crowds in nearby Corbridge and well worth a visit.
A dog walk from the start of what's now a leisure trail for walkers and cyclists.
A really pretty Cumbrian village and it wins a lot of the 'best kept' 'best flowers' competitions. Until the railway came the market here was of real importance but now just the cobbles remain.