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A thriving little town with a number of dog-friendly places for refreshment, and a charity shop for greyhounds with doggie ice-cream and cuddles!
The dog-friendly pub building is old, and you can feel it has a long history of providing warmth and refreshment to travellers.
Yorkshire might have more stunning ruins than any other county, and this is way up there in the ruin league. And dog-friendly.
Small country inn within very easy reach of the A170 and a delightful dog walk from the door.
In an area a bit crowded with ruined abbeys, this one is wilder and far less curated than its more famous neighbours. You'll find seats in picturesque nooks, and a very tranquil atmosphere.
One of the more intimate homes of the gentry, now open to all and with pretty gardens to roam around and deck-chairs for an afternoon snooze.
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.
Wow - this dog walk starts from a picture-perfect rose bedecked village with the village shop and tearoom at its heart. A winning spot for playing "if we lived here ..."
The trail around the waterfalls has been popular since the 19th century - and it's an exhilarating experience.
A wonderful opportunity for both you and the dog to enjoy some floral scents, walk in the attractive gardens and relax with a cup of tea and cake afterwards.
An easy-going walk with the dog through an outstanding 18th century park. This is treating the dog to high-end garden design on a grand scale.
A dog walk that starts in the middle of town and goes to the race course. Just the job for taking a breather from shopping! One of the Canal and River Trust's dog walks along the towpath.