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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.
A forest walk with the dog in what was once the massive Forest of Essex. Medieval kings and aristos came here to hunt deer and hang out under the trees even on a school day.
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.
A gentle stroll with the dog beside a river and over fields. The village and its pub are the stuff that tourism brochures are made of. Delightful.
Classic dog-friendly beach, lots of footpaths for a dog walk, and a dog-friendly pub as well. Fantastic for Fido and all the family.
Another absolutely brilliant Northumberland dog-friendly beach. This one is dominated by the romantic ruins of a castle.
Wonderful opportunity to admire one of the cutest (and dog-friendly) heritage railways in England, take a stroll with the dog on the Pennine Way, and stride out into the countryside.