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There are shops, dog-friendly pubs and cafes here, and it's a good stopping point on the A65 with much easier parking and access to the walks than Skipton, which is just 4 miles away.
A lovely old inn is the start point for this dog walk in the Yorkshire Dales. Expect a warm and friendly welcome.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!
Malham boasts an explosion of walking trails long and short, and is both dog and human delight.
The bar at the Sun Inn, Kirkby Lonsdale has the welcoming hospitality, warmth and character of a traditional Lake District inn, serving a selection of real ales from the Lake District, Yorkshire and...
Malham is famous for walks to the Cove, Tarn and elsewhere and this short walk is suitable for wheelchairs, buggies and those who prefer to listen to the sounds of the brook and wind brushing through...
Dog-friendly old coaching inn, and a fine traditional market town with easy access to dog walks. Well worth planning a stop here when you're driving on the A65.
A traditional Yorkshire village with many excellent dog walks, and an 18th century inn with dog-friendly rooms, terrific food and a warm welcome for walkers and families.
This is one for the rail enthusiasts, as well as the dog. It's a good long walk for pretty much as long as you can manage. And the pub has some interesting old photographs of steaming trains.
What's not to like about an 18th century dog-friendly inn with a pile of freshly laundered dog towels in the hall for muddy dogs? And the walk here is almost guaranteed to end up with a soggie doggie.
Pretty and dog-friendly little pub in Wharfedale, with some fine walks and doggie-paddling right on the doorstep.
The inn here was once a drover's hostel and still has its original oak beams, open log fire and stone flagged floors, with one of only two original bull 'ook games in the Yorkshire Dales.