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Parking in Hexham can be a horror story, so this is a relaxed and tranquil oasis of riverside calm.
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 quiet village seems unlikely this close to the Lea Valley and two motorways, but here it is. With a dog-friendly pub, a short dog walk with space for ball ganes and doggie zoomies.
Another incredible dog walk around the atmospheric marshes of a nature reserve. There are no marshes like this where I live and the walk here feels like a different country.
Convenient dog-friendly pub near Stanstead airport and the A120, especially if you're waiting for a plane arrival and prefer to keep the dog with you as much as possible.
An easy to find country park for a dog walk near Bedlington. The park has quite a few different access points, and this one is a no-fuss park and walk right off the main road.
A good stop for families with a pretty riverside dog walk and a fun adventure playground with plenty of equipment.
A country park with a variety of walks starting from the car park. One is an easy walk on flat terrain and suitable for the less mobile.
A small village with postcard views whichever way you look. The church you'll walk past was painted several times by Constable and the village got a mention in the Domesday Book.
A dog-friendly cafe/pub close to an easy stroll over aristocratic parkland makes an attractive spot to stop for a break. You've got the chance here to make all passengers happy.
A large and hospitable dog-friendly pub sitting opposite a church, and both seemingly deserted by the village you'd expect to find here.
A good dog-friendly pub that's worth stopping at, and a walk over fields to the bump of a country castle built by the Normans in the 1300s or so.