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One of those quaint 'English' walks, with a fabulous pub, cricket pitch and strolling route on springy grass through lush countryside.
A big open walk on the River Trent plain, and a grand opportunity for doggie socialising. It's popular with local dog-walkers and there's no chance of getting lost.
A choice of dog walks here, including one with full wheelchair access along the Viking Way. The signage is very good and if you're staying nearby it's worth exploring the different routes.
This is reputed to be the only village left in England that still maintains the 'rotating' medieval field system.
This historic village is a fantastic place for dogs, and kids of all ages from 4 to 94. The dunes and beach behind the massive castle are wide and spacious enough for the most energetic hound.
A small, warm and welcoming local pub with stone flagstones and roaring fires. After a day of walking in horizontal February sleet a visit here was the highlight of the day!
There's a choice of walks in this historic village, and an excellent pub too.
I love this coastal village. Dogs are welcome in the pub, kippers from the smoke house are just wonderful, and dogs are allowed on the beach.
Enjoy lunch in a very old coaching inn where Dickens used to spin yarns by the fireplace and then walk it off on a riverside path with lots of doggy romping space.
A friendly dining pub, perfect for a dog-friendly meetup with friends not far from the A1 or the A14 and Huntingdon.
Excellent pub, presided over by Buster, with no messing tasty food, good conversation and great atmosphere.
Ideally placed for walks in the area, the Dyke Neuk is a traditional and family-owned pub where you'll get a typical Northumbrian welcome - and great home-cooked food.