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Characterful market town, with cobbled streets and dog-welcoming cafes, pubs and many non-food shops.
This wonderful park can be found by exiting the A66 (E) at the Hartburn/Eaglescliffe turn off. Follow the road through Hartburn and bear right up the bank. The park is on the left.
Remote and isolated, this reservoir picnic spot is ideal for that moment when you and the dog really don't want to socialise with strangers! The lane there is narrow, and the final stretch unsurfaced.
We discovered this dog-friendly inn with B&B completely by chance. We were really looking for the farm that makes the tasty local cheese.
A very secluded spot which is ideal for dogs who prefer their own space. It's a long bumpy lane to get there.
Take a short break from driving, or spend the day at this exquisite castle and dog-friendly grounds.
I'd like to commend the Rose & Crown , Romaldkirk near Barnard's Castle (of recent fame) for it's unusual level of dog friendliness.
A very safe walk for dogs that starts straight from the car park, and in the village you'll find two dog-friendly pubs. Our pup loved this walk and found happy spaniels to chase around with.
A riverside walk is always cooling and calming, and this has a huge car park you can't miss from the road. Expect to meet the local dog walking community, it's a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
A bustling and traditional Teesdale town with dog-friendly cafe and pubs, and small independent shops. It feels a bit like a film set, but this small town is delightfully real and well worth a visit.
These waterfalls are a well-advertised and pretty slick tourist attraction.
Hardwick Hall near Sedgefield. Now a country hotel and grounds but used to be a stately home. Fantastic paved walks, flat and easy. Lakeside and woodland walk, follies and sculptures.