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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.
A mysterious almost-island steeped in history, and a must-see on the Northumbrian coast.
This is a grand old dog-friendly pub in the cobbled market square of a large village with bags of history and some really quirky traditions.
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
More of a pitstop for hungry people than a full-on dog walk, and we reckon you can't have too many dog-friendly cafes to chose from.
A remote forest walk where you can join one of the long-distance paths or take a clear route across the moor.
These waterfalls are a well-advertised and pretty slick tourist attraction.
If you're looking for a proper meal on your journey, this dog-friendly gastro-pub could well fit the bill. The French chef is a real enthusiast of local produce and clearly loves his job.
A small village with postcard views whichever way you look. The church you'll walk past was painted several times by Constable and the village got a mention in the Domesday Book.
You're really eating on the waterfront here, with working fishermen unloading their catch near the pub. Dogs get a great welcome. Not easy to find the first time!
A calm woodland dog-walking space close to Rickmansworth and the A404. A fine place for a gentle dog walk and picnic, and surprisingly quiet.
This is a fabulous stop for keen gardeners and the dog. Definitely worth a long visit to see the gardens and give yourself time to enjoy the experience. The nearby farm shop has quality produce.