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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.
At one time this was the northernmost town in the Roman Empire and hugely important. Today it's a breath of fresh air after the crowds in nearby Corbridge and well worth a visit.
A pleasant and accessible dog walk, with far-reaching views and a relaxed feel.
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...
A dog-friendly country inn with plenty of parking and not so far from the Pennine Journey path for a good dog walk.
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.
Classic dog-friendly beach, lots of footpaths for a dog walk, and a dog-friendly pub as well. Fantastic for Fido and all the family.
Peaceful walk with the dog along a former rail track, and one side of the path is fully accessible.
These waterfalls are a well-advertised and pretty slick tourist attraction.
Bustling riverside town with wonderful oysters and an interesting river path to explore.
This yachting town is a delightful secret, and full of history and charm. All the pubs are dog-friendly and there are two fascinating dog walks.