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An historic village with a characterful dog-friendly pub, small shops and tea shops, and an easy walk down to the coast and the S.W. Coast path.
A totally wonderful place to come with your dog. There are walks all over the headland and when you get to the beach dogs are allowed there all year. And the cafe is dog-friendly too.
A great combo of dog-friendly pub and a dog walk down to a dog-friendly beach. Can get busy in summer.
Good dog walk within easy reach of the A19. It's well worth bringing a snack and spending some quality time with the dog - but pick a sunny day.
When the tide's out this is a fun beach for dogs, with lots of scamper space and doggie swimming. The beach is divided into dog and no-dog zones, and the doggie zone is bigger.
You can either start this dog walk from the dog-friendly pub, or drive down to a car park by the beach.
Calling all Sherlock Holmes fans with dogs. The Adventures of the Dancing Men was written here, and Conan Doyle was a regular visitor. They even have a blue plaque on the pub wall.
An eighteenth century coaching inn near the sea, and lots of walking to keep dogs happy. It's a great day out from Scarborough and the pub is very welcoming and friendly
Popular and busy waterside tourist centre and facilities. And easy to get away from the crowds with a dog walk in either direction and dog swimming too.
Traditional and roomy pub, on the A149 and opposite an imposing village church.
Extraordinary village with purpose built holiday homes completed just before 1914. Today it looks like a film set and is a joy to wander around and channel some early 20th century elegance.
A fabulous old pub where you might feel inspired to start wearing a blue and white Breton top and whistle a quiet hornpipe. Dogs welcome, even salty ones.