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The dog walks in this small village in Wensleydale start from the pub where James Herriott spent his honeymoon in 1941. That's so romantic!
The dog walk starts near what seems to be a Rapunzel tower. Kids of all ages can climb up the narrow stairs and get a lovely view of the river.
A winning combo of dog-friendly pub with great food, and an off-lead dog walk with no stiles or livestock and a reasonable chance of keeping your feet clean.
Pretty and dog-friendly little pub in Wharfedale, with some fine walks and doggie-paddling right on the doorstep.
A chance to walk the dog and enjoy a moment of local history on the site of the Battle of Radcot Bridge. This was young Richard the 2nd v the Earl of Derby (for the people). The people triumphed.
A brisk trot up to the Ridgeway and then refreshments in a 17th century dog-friendly inn.
Picture-perfect English village where you can enjoy a lemonade on the village green, and an easy walk with the dog from the door. Absolutely gorgeous.
A walk with the dog along timeless stone-walled tracks, through fields rich in wild-flowers and the gentle hum of busy insects.
A short dog walk in a village that seems really quiet. In earlier days working mines would have shattered the peace.
A country inn with great food, and a choice of dog walks from the door ticks all the boxes for me and Jem. You can also stay in wonderful dog-friendly rooms. A big treat for pooch and person.
An outstandingly pretty village where during the day the sounds are just of sheep bleating, and tall rushes bending and swaying in the river.
Friendly and welcoming 16th century rural pub with tasty food near Althorp. Definitely worth a stop for lunch if you're driving this way. Traditional in the very best sense of the word.