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A great place for a dog walk on this beach that's part of the Heritage Coastline. It's a popular place to look for sea-glass too.
A very atmospheric and dog-friendly beach. It feels like you're in an amphitheatre.
An informal parking area that's understandably popular with drivers needing to get out of their vehicles to enjoy the great outdoors.
On a hot summer day this is a fabulous dog walk in the shade of large trees and with the chance to swim in the river from small beaches along the way.
A pawfect dog walk beside the banks of the River Wear. Free parking and sunshine makes this a lovely summer walk. The path could get muddy in wet weather, so wellies advised for rainy days.
You'll find big open spaces here and it's a chance to experience the wild Pennine landscape of isolated farmhouses and drystone walls.
A wonderful opportunity for both you and the dog to enjoy some floral scents, walk in the attractive gardens and relax with a cup of tea and cake afterwards.
An eighteenth century toll bridge, still carrying traffic after all these years. The wooden slats make a racket only if you're driving too fast!
The dog-friendly pub building is old, and you can feel it has a long history of providing warmth and refreshment to travellers.
A cool and shady walk with the dog on easy paths with terrific views over the North Yorks National Park.
Busy small market town on the edge of the moors and with a somewhat quaint feel and atmosphere.
First up, dogs aren't allowed inside because there just isn't room for them. But dogs are welcome in the garden and there is some shelter there from the elements.