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Dog-friendly pub, with a warm atmosphere and excellent food. There are some really good walks nearby, or just chill on the village green opposite.
Big open beach divided by the river Ogmore going down the middle.
A handy pitstop off the A515 with a small cafe, easy access walking route, and even bike hire with a dog cart option!
A wild and lonely spot on the Pennine Way, and a dog-friendly pub that's the highest in the country. Dog-friendly B&B rooms
The village sits squarely on the river Tees, and the short walk here features the site of an old Roman bridge. Apparently the Romans lived here for just short of 500 years.
A dog-friendly country pub with great food, set in maybe one of the prettiest villages in the Wolds. And a magnificent dog walk with a view over to Lincoln cathedral on a clear day.
An idyllic thatched pub, almost straight off a postcard. Expect a warm and friendly welcome here.
From the road it's impossible to guess at the real size and age of this historic and interesting dog-friendly pub. The garden is large and it feels as if you're sitting alone in the countryside.
Riverside dog-friendly pub within easy reach of the A69.
Another tremendous beach near the Durham heritage coast. Long sandy beach with no dog restrictions and free parking as well!
Attractive port town with a great dog walk and several dog-friendly pubs. Definitely worth exploring and an ideal weekend outing.
First up, this is a hugely popular town in tourist season and if there are no spaces in the car park then you're better off heading for one of the dog-friendly Roman towns or the Wall instead.