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Impossible to get a good photo of this imposing viewpoint on the moors when a cloud was theatening to swallow us up! But unbeatable for a breath of fresh air and a picnic, or just a stroll with the...
Such a pretty village, hailed as one of North Yorkshire's finest. The inn is dog-friendly and well placed in the centre of everything.
Near purpose-made stop for dog-friendly refreshments and a walk. The pub has plenty of parking, and safe on-lane parking is available nearby too. The village is quiet and rural.
A chance for a ramble with the dog over some of the outstanding Wolds paths on lush, velvety grass. We did this walk on a baking hot morning and the pup found herself a cool bath at the end!
A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
A traditional village inn with a warm welcome and a courtyard sun-trap. You can't miss the monument on the left, as ugly and sincere as only Victorian monuments can be.
A friendly country pub for refreshments by the beck and a dog walk by the water and across fields to keep Fido happy. The stream is perfect for cooling and cleaning doggie paws and legs.
A chance for a quiet and relaxing walk with the dog in gentle woodland with many small paths to follow. A dog-friendly pub is a short drive away.
An easy walk on heath and woodland quite close to the A140
You may be surprised to find that this little village once saw many a moment of high political action, and the castle was an important seat of power.
Attractive dog-friendly country pub all alone in pretty much the middle of nowhere. The village is a way down the lane.
An easy pub to find, with good parking and a terrific welcome for dogs and families. It's just 10 minutes from Stansted Airport and yet still in the country.