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The dog-friendly pub here is defended by Edward 1st who died of a ghastly tummy upset while trying to invade Scotland. As kingly demises go, it's not very glorious.
An enjoyable stroll with the dog along a former railway track that's now a bright and colourful wildlife corridor.
A truly wonderful watery walk with the dog and even in high summer visitors are few. We loved it here and the pup was so excited to play in the water for nearly all the walk.
Once an industrialist's palace, the house has long since decayed and the glorious gardens are open to all to enjoy.
Excellent dog walking spot with no sheep, which is such a blessing on the moors.
A fully accessible multi-user path is always good news for dogs as there are no stiles and sheep are unlikely.
A wild and lonely spot on the Pennine Way, and a dog-friendly pub that's the highest in the country.
A former lead-mining village that's now become a heritage centre. Nearly all the buildings are plaqued for the old post-office, dairy, smithy and so on.
Very handy place to stop for refreshments, a bit of shopping in the farm shop and then a stroll with the dog across fields to the remains of a Roman fort. A good family stop.
A magnificent dog walk across the moorland. Expect near total solitude, and the chance to focus in on bird calls and an occasional rustling in the heather from nesting birds.
Far from the crowds at the palatial Castle Howard nearby, you'll find a relaxing mood here in 160 acres of peace and calm.
Tiny hamlet amidst the moors with a small car park and very clean public loos. And the walk is perfectly signed from the car park.