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Dogs are OK on this part of the beach all year round, but check local signs for restrictions around Whitby. A small, sand and shingle beach.
A park that's also near the canal, so if your dog needs a longer run there's a lot more walking on the towpath.
Small country pub, friendly, basic menu but well cooked fantastic value, quirky and welcoming. Gets great reviews for dog-friendliness.
Old fashioned non pretentious pub and food. Dogs welcome in garden and bar.
Traditional 17th century inn, with some good and tasty rustic menu choices. Dip your toes in the stream in summer or snuggle up to the woodburner in winter. What smells nicer than a steaming dog?!
Very popular walkers' lake (and fishermen too), so avoid at weekends in the summer and enjoy on weekdays out of season. On a good day, the atmos is unbeatable.
The Clifford Arms in Great Haywood is a traditional country pub offering a fine selection of cask-conditioned ales and guest beers together with a wide choice of freshly prepared meals and snacks.
Bembridge has the sea on three sides of the town, and dogs are allowed on all the beaches, all through the year. Each beach is different, so you'll find sandy bits, pebbles and rock.
An easy walk on old railway line and main road.
Exciting dog walkies within easy reach of Liverpool. Speke Hall is a wood-framed wattle-and-daub Tudor manor house that looks almost psychedelic from the outside.
Dogs allowed on the beach all year round, and there's a dog-friendly cafe too.
Outstanding walks in a fabulous mid-Wales setting. The dam is the obvious attraction and you'll find a number of well-signed trails from the car park.