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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.
Attractive port town with a great dog walk and several dog-friendly pubs. Definitely worth exploring and an ideal weekend outing.
A riverside dog walk from an 18th century coaching inn with a doggie swimming spot and woodland.
Easy to find from the A1 near Belford, and if you're here at lunchtime a much better food option than the Services nearby.
A mysterious almost-island steeped in history, and a must-see on the Northumbrian coast.
Warm and comfortable old-fashioned hospitality and Norfolk charm here. A great weekend get-away, and definitely worth investigating if you're staying nearby.
An historic hamlet dominated by a 15th century hall and a rather gracious dog-friendly country inn with good food.
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.
A remote forest walk where you can join one of the long-distance paths or take a clear route across the moor.
A developing country park where dogs are welcome, and it's a great chance to explore the moorlands without getting too far away from facilities.
Quite a sun trap at the end of this pretty market town, and a stream flows gently past the front door of the dog-friendly pub. Ideal for a paw-wash for the pooch.