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A riverside walk is always cooling and calming, and this has a huge car park you can't miss from the road. Expect to meet the local dog walking community, it's a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Remote and isolated, this reservoir picnic spot is ideal for that moment when you and the dog really don't want to socialise with strangers! The lane there is narrow, and the final stretch unsurfaced.
A good family stop near Stockton-on-Tees with really interesting living history activities, adventure playground and fun stuff for kids (school holidays only) and plenty of walking along part of a...
A very pretty village with an enormous village green and a babbling beck running through the middle.
Dogs on leads are welcome at this ruined monastery with a bit of a gloomy backstory. The cafe around the corner is excellent and spotlessly clean, with outside tables where dogs are welcome.
The building here is almost ridiculously old, they've been pulling pints for over 600 years or so. Dogs are welcome and it's worth a visit to admire the woodwork alone!
Popular with local dog walkers, this is a relaxing spot for a picnic and dog walk in quiet countryside.
A fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
An award winning and dog-friendly pub, set in a quintessentially Suffolk village. Expect to see thatched cottages in abundance and an enormous church, with a gloriously crooked house next to it.
A gentle woodland walk through a nature reserve. Birds were singing loud Spring songs when we were here and it's a pleasant short walk and change of scene.
A former quarry that's slowly turning into a green and pleasant country park. It's still a work in progress and some of the paths are decidedly sharp on the paws.
One of the very best bits of Hadrian's Wall with plenty of the wall to see, and the equally imposing sight of the Whin Sill pushing out from deep in the earth to the light.