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We tried walks from all the car parks around the waterside and this is the one that really stood out as a great dog walk.
A traditional country inn with a warm welcome to all, and dogs. It's snuggled in the lee of the church and in the heart of the village. Families are very welcome and the garden is popular.
An easy dog walk on a former railway with unexpectedly big views over the surrounding countryside.
A wonderful spot on a hot day for dogs and kids to swim in the river, and the walk is good at any time of the year.
A somewhat functional walk with the dog, but the pub at the start is friendly and welcoming and when the dog's gotta go ...
First up, you need to plan the train trip and not just rock up. Post-Covid it's not yet steaming to a full timetable and seats get booked up fast.
A dog-friendly hotel with a totally unique connection with the Dam Busters story.
A section of the easy-access path between Horncastle and Woodhall Spa. It's a great path for dog-walking, and you cannot possibly get lost!
New owners had just taken over when we called in, August 2021. The campsite is running, the pub isn't yet serving food - but will be when the new kitchen is installed.
Impossible to get a good photo of this imposing viewpoint on the moors when a cloud was theatening to swallow us up! But unbeatable for a breath of fresh air and a picnic, or just a stroll with the...
Long and unrestricted beach on the Holderness coastline. It's perfect for dog walking. Don't miss the Old Post Office cafe for some good ice-cream, teas and meals.
Near purpose-made stop for dog-friendly refreshments and a walk. The pub has plenty of parking, and safe on-lane parking is available nearby too. The village is quiet and rural.