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A chance for a ramble with the dog over some of the outstanding Wolds paths on lush, velvety grass. We did this walk on a baking hot morning and the pup found herself a cool bath at the end!
A quiet and gentle woodland dog walk with trees giving plenty of protection against the sun, and rain too. Very relaxing for people and dogs.
A quiet and gentle dog walk over fields and marshes. Best on a summer day after a few weeks without rain!
A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
A traditional village inn with a warm welcome and a courtyard sun-trap. You can't miss the monument on the left, as ugly and sincere as only Victorian monuments can be.
A friendly country pub for refreshments by the beck and a dog walk by the water and across fields to keep Fido happy. The stream is perfect for cooling and cleaning doggie paws and legs.
In 2009 a church in the USA sponsored a memorial to an group of people who were trying to get away from the UK to escape persecution.
Much more than just a heap of stones, without the safe birth of Henry IV here we could well be missing some of the most rousing Shakespeare plays.
A quiet forest where you're only likely to meet other dog walkers, and not too many of them. The pull-in has space for around 5 cars with careful parking which limits visitor numbers.
A more open part of the forest, with broader paths and plenty of space for dogs to run around.
A handy place to stop for a picnic without needing to drive in circles on narrow country lanes.
Easy walking in the forest, and a great spot for a picnic too. Ideal family stop and plenty of parking.