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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 pawfect spot to take a breather from the A1, recharge your batteries in a peaceful village, and give the dog a comfort break too.
It's worth taking a break in this pretty village, or you'll miss everything by driving by.
This is one for the rail enthusiasts, as well as the dog. It's a good long walk for pretty much as long as you can manage. And the pub has some interesting old photographs of steaming trains.
The inn here was once a drover's hostel and still has its original oak beams, open log fire and stone flagged floors, with one of only two original bull 'ook games in the Yorkshire Dales.
An astonishing country park with lots to do and see. Dogs, kids and adults will all be able to find something of interest here.
The White Horse is the highlight of this walk, and you can see its chunky features from the car park and for miles around.
Not far from the A1 if you're heading West, the market town of Masham is a handy place for a doggiestop and refreshments.
For a driving break, parking is fairly easy (except Saturday market day), dog-friendly hotel supplies refreshments through the day, and the dog walk is a nice easy one with proper hard-surface paths...
Beautiful wide beach with lots of rock pools at low tide - no dog restrictions. Refreshments available in the summer and at weekends out of season. Lifeguards.
Southern section of beach is miles long. Popular with weekend dog walkers.
The only market town in the North Yorkshire national park, and you'll find a number of dog-friendly places for refreshments as well as several excellent walks and a castle.