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We stumbled on this fascinating slice of recent history by chance, and discovered a small centre with a cafe, vet practice and dog walk more or less in the middle of nowhere.
A remote forest walk where you can join one of the long-distance paths or take a clear route across the moor.
This is a grand old dog-friendly pub in the cobbled market square of a large village with bags of history and some really quirky traditions.
Wonderful opportunity to admire one of the cutest (and dog-friendly) heritage railways in England, take a stroll with the dog on the Pennine Way, and stride out into the countryside.
Hailed as one of the prettiest villages in the North, the dog-friendly hotel here has pride of place.
Pawfect picnic spot with a choice of secluded picnic tables, benches and a wonderful dog walk and splash in the river.
Riverside dog-friendly pub within easy reach of the A69.
Our plan was to walk with the dog to one of the forts on Hadrian's Wall. Instead we found a wonderful beach by a water-filled quarry that the dog point blank refused to leave.
We tried walks from all the car parks around the waterside and this is the one that really stood out as a great dog walk.
A gentle waterside walk with the dog, with a friendly cafe and relaxed atmosphere.
A traditional country inn with a warm welcome to all, and dogs. It's snuggled in the lee of the church and in the heart of the village. Families are very welcome and the garden is popular.
Lovely country pub with a pretty garden and a warm welcome to visitors. Recommended by a Driving with Dogs member and we totally agree with their very positive review.