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The first thing to notice about this village is the enormous village green. And then, lurking beyond the green are the ruins of an old castle.
Easy to reach from the A66, this castle ruin is a good doggiestop and fun for kids too. Free entry and plenty of fresh air.
Impressive castle ruins with fabulous views of Stainmore Pass.
This wonderful park can be found by exiting the A66 (E) at the Hartburn/Eaglescliffe turn off. Follow the road through Hartburn and bear right up the bank. The park is on the left.
If you're travelling across the A66, a great place to stretch your legs and dog's paws is in the village of Dufton - an attractive village which sits on the Pennine Way.
2 Square miles of forest, woodland and meadows 1 mile off the A66 at Long Newton.
Dogs are welcome at the ruins of an old monastery close to the river Tees and a small dog beach.
The Royal Oak has an excellent Tap Room where dogs and their owners can enjoy an open fire, good food and a pint of Hawkshead in considerable comfort!
One of those delightful hidden gems where there is something to please all the family. While the dog is off enjoying a woodland walk, the house and formal gardens will delight non-dog walkers.
Lovely Lakeland pub with dog friendly accommodation. Rooms very clean and dogs welcome in bar. Food - hearty and excellent. Walks to the fells or to Keswick from the inn.
Historic Yorkshire town with lots to see. And a small, cosy pub where dogs and walkers are welcome.
Popular pub stop for walkers and cyclists on the Coast to Coast path, as well as very handy dog-friendly pub for drivers on the A66 near Threlkeld.