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A former lead-mining village that's now become a heritage centre. Nearly all the buildings are plaqued for the old post-office, dairy, smithy and so on.
We're not often baffled by a walk in the forest, but this one had us stumped.
Beautiful sandy expanse with lots of room for kids and dogs. Dogs welcome all year round. Parking is easiest in the signed beach car park, as there's limited space in the village.
A dog-friendly and welcoming rural pub where drovers used to halt, and the story goes that Sir Walter Scott penned Rob Roy here.
This dog-friendly historic village has something to please everyone, kids, the dog and great-granny.
Dog-friendly country inn with a choice of excellent dog walks nearby. Quite close to the popular tourist village of Alnwick, and very easy to find from the A1.
Ideal for a short woodland ramble or a much longer hike in the hills above the Coquet valley. This is one of the more remote parts of the Northumberland National Park and a joy to explore.
One more massive and dog-friendly beach in Northumberland. This is really the county of dogs' delight.
A massive dog-friendly beach with not a restriction in sight. Our pup went nuts in the water and ran herself silly afterwards.
A dog-friendly attraction with plenty to interest all the family as well the dog.
A small market town with dog walk, small independent shops, free parking and lots to like. There's a pedestrian cut-through from the car park to the centre of the town.
A dog walk with fresh air at the seaside. This small village is a perfect place to head off along the coast and has easy access to beaches which are popular with local dog walkers.