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A fully accessible dog walk with free parking. It's a long forgotten railway line that's now a popular dog-walking path.
An easy-access dog walk on a former rail line where ponies would have helped to pull heavy loads up the hill.
A former quarry that's slowly turning into a green and pleasant country park. It's still a work in progress and some of the paths are decidedly sharp on the paws.
Our plan was to walk with the dog to one of the forts on Hadrian's Wall. Instead we found a wonderful beach by a water-filled quarry that the dog point blank refused to leave.
On the rainswept day we were here it was hard to imagine Roman soldiers getting excited about Mithraic rituals here, let alone bull sacrifices and other comradely sports going on.
A choice here of a doggy day out, with a chance to admire a jaw-dropping wooden medieval barn and take a walk with the pooch with refreshments at a particularly friendly village pub.
A dog walk as long as you like in the Breamish Valley, with a very friendly cafe for a well-earned piece of cake on the way back.
A cheerful and friendly pub, and a linear dog walk over fields and on tracks.
Attractive port town with a great dog walk and several dog-friendly pubs. Definitely worth exploring and an ideal weekend outing.
Traditional village pub with a good local reputation for their food.
A dog walk that's as long, or short, as you like and a dog-friendly pub for refreshments and parking.
A remote country pub with lots of footpaths for a dog walk and some fine country air.