Your Search Results
Take a look through the results below, or use the filters to select the facilities you want. You can also sort the listings by the popularity or distance.
The largest park in Sheffield, Graves is a brilliant mix of open parkland, natural and semi-natural woodlands and meadows and great views out towards the edge of the Peak District
Amidst the historic buildings - not only the abbey but also a Jacobean Hall built with some of the abbey's stones - there are some charming dog walks around the lake and parkland.
A 200 acre Country Park with clear walking routes, and with the added bonus of a chance to see a working 17th century water mill and buy flour milled on the spot.
Wheata Woods is very old woodland, and you can really feel that the trees have seen plenty of history.
Close to the A61, this is a good family and dog stop for a break. We love the family trails made by Wakefield Council to keep kids moving, and the paths are perfect for dogs too.
Dog-friendly Peak District pub with a short woodland dog walk from the door. Gluten-free meals and ales are a speciality here.
Not far from the A1 if you're heading West, the market town of Masham is a handy place for a doggiestop and refreshments.
The dog walk starts near what seems to be a Rapunzel tower. Kids of all ages can climb up the narrow stairs and get a lovely view of the river.
The inn has new owners (2021) and is still dog-friendly and has very easy access from the main road as well as dog-friendly B&B rooms.
If you're driving north from Harrogate don't miss out on the chance to look at this absolutely unique village.
An easy linear walk for the dog, and a dog-friendly country pub for refreshments too.
Small and perfectly formed country park with lots of grass for dogs and an excellent kids' playground. Back in the day it was an industrial wasteland, and you'd never guess that today.