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Walk through the door of this little inn in Swaledale and you will receive a warm friendly welcome. It's a traditional Yorkshire Dales pub, serving good homemade food and well-kept local ales.
The village was once a centre for lead smelting, and the mill site here is worth a visit. It's just off the Leyburn road, and brown-signed from opposite the pub.
A lovely varied walk with the dog past a small, scenic waterfall much admired by Turner, and then up onto the moors.
One of the most dog-friendly towns we've seen, with dogs welcome in the inns and many of the shops too.
This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
An easy-going walk with dog with views of the castle nearby. The pub provides a nice Yorkshire welcome to walkers and dogs.
The start point for the dog walks is a handsome, if severe looking, Dales market town with an unusually large green.
Family and dog fun here, with the ruins of the biggest castle in the North and you might even spot a really famous racehorse from one of the racing stables. The town is horse obsessed.
The dog-friendly pub here appears almost like a mirage if you're walking across the fells on a misty day. And it's an ideal stopping point if you're travelling cross country.
You need some determination to reach this dog-friendly heritage village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
On the River Ure, this dog-friendly pub and walkies field is a good place to stop in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. According to the landlord, the pub used to be almost hidden in a dense forest.
Dog-friendly 17th century coaching inn in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, near the spectacular Aysgarth falls and dog walks.