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A winning combo of dog-friendly pub with great food, and an off-lead dog walk with no stiles or livestock and a reasonable chance of keeping your feet clean.
One of the most celebrated views in, and over, Yorkshire - definitely worth the uphill haul to get there on a clear day.
Long-established 18th century coaching inn that's been dispensing beer and cheer since 1742. Dogs get a good welcome, and there's walking country all around.
The first thing to notice about this village is the enormous village green. And then, lurking beyond the green are the ruins of an old castle.
If you're looking for an iconic view of the North Yorks moors and an easy to follow dog walk, this is it. Be sure to come only on a clear day to get the best of the panorama.
Famous for the large black dog that transformed into Count Dracula, this spooky ruin will get your visit off to a bitingly good start.
Excellent dog walking spot with no sheep, which is such a blessing on the moors.
Dogs are welcome on most of the beach here all year round.
Popular local walk with a cracking view from the top. No matter how many times you clamber up the hill, the walk will always feel different.
A dog-friendly pub probably better known as the 'Black Dog' in the Heartbeat series! This is a traditional Yorkshire pub, with a big welcome for all.
You would never know that this forest land had been created over the remains of a disused railway line and coal mine, and it's now a popular leisure spot for dogs and walkers.
One of the prettiest bays in this part of the coast, and dog-friendly all year. The hotel at the top of the slope is fantastically dog-friendly and provides big bowls of water for doggie visitors.