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A gloriously rambling Victorian pub, almost hidden under some rampant wisteria. Dogs are welcome and there's a pretty shaded garden for hot days.
Stunning 600-year old building, complete with priesthole, witch marks and incredible timbers. It's dog-friendly of course, and well worth a visit just to soak in the atmosphere.
Rather a nice pub where you can sit on the green and watch the world go by if the weather's fine. Kids have a play area by the pond, within easy reach of the tables.
A magical nature reserve where you can move quietly and listen to the incredibly loud birdsong. Dogs need to be on lead here, so it's better suited for quieter dogs.
Very pretty roadside inn and grill with a traditional thatched roof and a big welcome for dogs.
At one time this was the northernmost town in the Roman Empire and hugely important. Today it's a breath of fresh air after the crowds in nearby Corbridge and well worth a visit.
One of the very best garden tea rooms we've seen this year. The flowers are a delight and the cakes here are light and calorie-free.
Pooch-perfect place to take a break, with atmospheric castle ruins and a riverside dog walk plus a real ale pub within a few miles of its brewery.
Hailed as one of the prettiest villages in the North, the dog-friendly hotel here has pride of place.
Dog-friendly pub in the centre of the village and where families and dogs are made welcome.
Peaceful walk with the dog along a former rail track, and one side of the path is fully accessible.
A secret dog walk just 2 seconds away from the busy A688 and perfect for a safe off-lead walk without any travel time to get to the car park. Intrigued? Read on.