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Parking in Hexham can be a horror story, so this is a relaxed and tranquil oasis of riverside calm.
One of the very best garden tea rooms we've seen this year. The flowers are a delight and the cakes here are light and calorie-free.
Our plan was to walk with the dog to one of the forts on Hadrian's Wall. Instead we found a wonderful beach by a water-filled quarry that the dog point blank refused to leave.
At one time this was the northernmost town in the Roman Empire and hugely important. Today it's a breath of fresh air after the crowds in nearby Corbridge and well worth a visit.
This is one of the best Roman sites to visit with the dog because there is so much lush grass between the very spread out excavated sections that the dog will be fooled into thinking it's really a dog...
Popular woodland for dog walking, and easy to reach from the A69. On the day we were there the lake was shimmering with sunlight reflecting on damselfly wings and it was just gorgeous.
A former quarry that's slowly turning into a green and pleasant country park. It's still a work in progress and some of the paths are decidedly sharp on the paws.
Tranquil ruins where dogs are welcome and shaded seats are a welcome sight on a hot day. Best of all is the Bark and Brew dog cafe next door!
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.
Avoid this one in peak tourist season, but definitely try for a stop here at quieter times of the year. The town has plenty of dog-friendly shops and a surprisingly large park just behind the centre.
A camping site with access to dog walks through the Bellister Estate and also swimming in the Tyne. One of the best dog walks at a campsite we've found. You can also park nearby for just the walks.
Everyone can find something of interest in this small Northumberland village.