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A gentle waterside walk with the dog, with a friendly cafe and relaxed atmosphere.
A lovely dog walk along a leisure path made from an old railway. It seems to be popular with cycling families and at weekends the atmosphere is warm and festive.
Of all the walks and beaches on the peninsula this one is our favourite. You get the best of all worlds with a circular woodland walk to start with, and then a dog-friendly beach with no restrictions.
Dogs on leads are welcome at this ruined monastery with a bit of a gloomy backstory. The cafe around the corner is excellent and spotlessly clean, with outside tables where dogs are welcome.
A long straight path through ancient woodland is the perfect way to wind down during a long journey. Perfect for dogs and kids, and very quiet.
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.
Popular with local dog walkers, this is a relaxing spot for a picnic and dog walk in quiet countryside.
A gentle woodland walk through a nature reserve. Birds were singing loud Spring songs when we were here and it's a pleasant short walk and change of scene.
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.
A really pretty Cumbrian village and it wins a lot of the 'best kept' 'best flowers' competitions. Until the railway came the market here was of real importance but now just the cobbles remain.
This is one of the best Roman sites to visit with the dog because there is so much lush grass between the very spread out excavated sections that the dog will be fooled into thinking it's really a dog...