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It may be difficult to tear some people away from the station - it's a lovingly restored example of a North Eastern Railway station from around 1912, and well worth some admiration for the effort...
Loads of space for dogs to flap their ears and have a good off-lead run here at the very edge of the Cotswolds.
Pubby rural pub, close to the start of lots of good walks and dog-friendly. This is the 'real life' pub that features in the Archers, so there's the Ambridge Bar and so on inside.
A favourite with local dog owners, this deceptively spacious park is doggie delight. We didn't see anyone there without a dog - and we really enjoyed the friendly and welcoming atmosphere in the park.
Walk through the door of this little inn in Swaledale and you will receive a warm friendly welcome. It's a traditional Yorkshire Dales pub, serving good homemade food and well-kept local ales.
Very dog-friendly country pub, with good food available too.
Wheelchair accessible and dog friendly walk from the Ironbridge to Newport Parrog, through a wildfowl conservation area. 1.1 km one way /2.2 kms return
A short, and easy to follow there-and-back Forest walk with views over the sea and the Conwy Valley. There are no stiles on this walk.
Waterside walk in magnificent mid-Wales scenery. One for dogs and people to really enjoy.
A fabulous dog walk on the Cotswolds Way for people and dogs, and then a fine inn to return to. The walk has no stiles or livestock.
The Park is just above the town, and on a sunny day you can get an idea of why the Victorians flocked to the town to take the waters - and build an extraordinary number of houses.