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Welcoming and relaxing little village pub that's very much part of its community. And with a dog walk over fields and into woodland for the pooch to enjoy.
Within seconds of Jem leaping out for a sniff at the sea and a bounce on the beach, the rain deluged. The beach is all shingle and we couldn't really see anything of the coast path!
A 16th century coaching inn, now fortifying 21st century drivers with very satisfying lunches and a warm, friendly atmosphere.
An easy break from the A35, with a very straightforward dog walk route and an award-winning historic pub with plenty of parking.
Famous because of the so-called Giant carved into the hillside, the best viewing point to see this celebration of manhood is from a well-signed layby on the A352.
For a driving break, parking is fairly easy (except Saturday market day), dog-friendly hotel supplies refreshments through the day, and the dog walk is a nice easy one with proper hard-surface paths...
Interesting, quiet and doggie-delightful woodland that's pawfect for dogs in need of an off-lead moment of madness. And just down the road is a friendly pub to restore driver mojo too.
The trouble with famous towns and thousands of tourists is that it's hard to find dog-friendly places for refreshments after your walk.
Circular walk, starting from Newbold Comyn Park. Three easy stiles, and the possibility of cows in one field. Doggie swimming places along the way, and a dog-friendly pub half-way round too!
A winning combo of beach and woodland walking.
A 400 year old inn, in a pretty village - and a good place for a break if the M4 is losing its charm. It's also less than 5 miles from the M48 and the M5.
This market town used to be of massive strategic importance and the Norman castle looms over Swaledale quite ominously on a grey day.