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Close to the M25 and a very good dog walk. Annoyingly the WCs have been out of action for a while so this doesn't tick the boxes for a motorway walk.
When you really need a cream tea, and a short stroll with the dog, a dog-friendly tea room set in heritage surroundings is the only place to be.
Good place to start a walk on the coast path as this is one of the sections with relatively gentle ups and downs, and the path isn't too close to the edge.
Award-winning dining pub with a relaxed atmosphere and estuary views.
An easy walk close to the A19 on a hard-surface circular path. A handy dog-stop to know about.
An easy-going walk heading to the memorial to Tip, a loyal sheepdog who stayed by her dead master's side for 15 weeks through a bitter winter.
Beautifully quiet and relaxing dog walk in the shadow of an 11th century abbey ruin. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Absolutely the best view in town, and a definite 'must-see'.
A welcoming dog-friendly hotel and pub in a fabulously old building.
Riverside country inn with tables next to the water. Totally perfect for kids and dogs to safely splash and cool down!
Remote, dark and mysterious forestry plantation with very easy tracks to follow, and mercifully sheep-free so dogs can have a really good off-lead run.
Wonderfully placed dog-friendly inn with B&B rooms, and lovely walks from the door and nearby in the National Park.