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Why not take a break for some fresh air and a walk through one of the iconic battle sites of English history? This is 1066 when King Harold took on Harald Hardrada and won here, but then had to dash...
A fine place for a family and dog break where there's something to please everyone. At first you see the cafe and fun children's play area, and then you realise that there's a lot more going on here.
The building here is almost ridiculously old, they've been pulling pints for over 600 years or so. Dogs are welcome and it's worth a visit to admire the woodwork alone!
An easy walk on heath and woodland quite close to the A140
Right at the upper reach of the River Bure, this is a pleasant spot to either picnic on the village green or visit the village pub nearby.
An easy-access dog walk on a former rail line where ponies would have helped to pull heavy loads up the hill.
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.
Still privately owned by the family who built the first castle here, what you see now is a sort of 'ruins through the ages' surrounded by a sea of cow parsley. Perfect for a picnic on a sunny day.
Traditional and dog-friendly country pub with flagged floors. Easy to spot from the road and a very handy place for a break.
An easy to follow dog walk and a dog-friendly country pub nearby. It's not hugely exciting but will delight the dog.
Family run dog-friendly 17th century country inn with rooms in a heritage building of great charm. For a remote weekend away you're in good hands here. It's very handy for Scafell Pike
Pleasant tree-lined pull-in to visit two medieval moments in history with the dog.