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When you drive into this village there's a feeling that it's a bit more than just a 'simple' village. Look out for the school on the right, it's a pure Hogwarts fantasy.
Great combo of dog walk and visit to a ruined castle with its own beach on the Firth of Lorn and an ancient chapel too. The castle is one of the oldest in Scotland and has loads of history to tell.
The dog-friendly beach is scattered with big rocks, and is sandy. The car park is a shortish walk from the clifftop, and then a steep scamble down a lot of steps to reach the beach.
Atmospheric dog walk in the shadow of Helvellyn. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
A dog walk in the footsteps of the Romans. Make sure you have your English Heritage card with you.
Friendly and welcoming village inn serving food that's a 'cut above' but not making a massive fuss about it. And dog-friendly, with a walk from the door. That'll do nicely.
A dog-friendly country pub with new owners for 2019. Close to both the A5 and the M1 Junction 12. If you know this pub and can help update the listing - earn points to your next Treat.
Welcoming pub with a really good lunchtime menu for people who like fresh, tasty food but don't want to wait all afternoon for it to be prepared.
Big open beach at low tide, but almost completely submerged at high tide. Dogs are allowed all year round.
Excellent dog walking in woodland just a couple of miles from the bright lights of Scarborough. This is ideal summer walking when every dog needs sniffing space away from the crowds.
Turn right off Brock Mill Lane to find Brock Valley Picnic Site and a free car park. A notice board has details of all the walks available.
Dog friendly beach, with restrictions in two areas during the summer.