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New owners had just taken over when we called in, September 2021. The campsite is running, the pub isn't yet serving food - but will be when the new kitchen is installed.
The dog-friendly pub building is old, and you can feel it has a long history of providing warmth and refreshment to travellers.
The only market town in the North Yorkshire national park, and you'll find a number of dog-friendly places for refreshments as well as several excellent walks and a castle.
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...
An easy linear walk for the dog, and a dog-friendly country pub for refreshments too.
Another of our favourite dog-friendly pubs in the Wolds, with good food and a warm welcome to visitors. In warm weather the garden tables are a delight for a glass of cool lemonade after your walk.
Cosy dog friendly pub/restaurant. Great food. Update - the pub has been refurbished (2021/22) and their dog policy may have changed.
Seventeenth century village inn with a relaxing beer garden and a big welcome for visiting canines.
A choice here of a doggy day out, with a chance to admire a jaw-dropping wooden medieval barn and take a walk with the pooch with refreshments at a particularly friendly village pub.
A small Lakes town with independent shops and several dog-friendly pubs and cafes.
An extraordinary building that's much, much bigger inside than you'd expect.
The pub has the enticing aroma of succulent roast dinners, and on a cold day the warmth and sheer comfort of the building is totally winning.