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With comfy sofas and tub chairs the bar is perfect for relaxing after a good legstretch with the dog in the nearby Ashridge Estate or enjoying a quiet pint with the pooch on the way home from work.
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...
Once a gravel works this is now a 60 acre country park and home to a range of birds, insects and wild flowers. There are plenty of paths to follow, including a designated paw trail.
Relaxed and friendly pub where you and the dog will be made welcome straight away. This is a family-run inn, with meals at realistic prices and a refreshingly straightforward approach.
Easy to follow circular path around the Reservoir. Dogs adore this mix of woodland, tracks and good sniffs. On a warm day, it's worth taking a map and sandwiches and making a day of it here.
The "Small" bar is very comfortably furnished with leather sofas, wingback chairs and a gas fireplace perfect for a quiet drink.
A stone's throw from junction 22 of the M25 this walk can be anything from a 15-minute breather to a full hour circuit, with variations in between.
Just off Gargrave Road there is free parking for around 8 cars. Directly in front of you is Aireville Park where dogs can run around off lead.
This is a fabulous place to explore. The park is set in a glacial valley and is a glorious area of woodlands, lakes and pastureland, and the countryside is gorgeous.
Falling Foss is a delightful waterfall, accessed through woodland on either side of Littlebeck and Maybeck.
Quite a handy pitstop on the A470.
A gentle stroll to an obelisk celebrating the Duke of Wellington and woodland trails. Perfect for dogs and families.