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An exciting walk for families and dogs along a beck with a number of little waterfalls and doggie swimming pools. Lovely in summer, not so great in icy weather.
Close to the little town of Bellingham, this is a great place to stop to give the dog a run.
An easy to find country park for a dog walk near Bedlington. The park has quite a few different access points, and this one is a no-fuss park and walk right off the main road.
Ideal dog-friendly B&B close to the Hadrians Wall route and right in the centre of this part of Roman Britain.
This country park is a wonderful place to walk around. It's a hilly place, but delightful to stroll through the trees, meadows and down to the River Blyth in the valley bottom.
Long curvy beach, Dogs allowed all the way from Seaton Sluice to Blyth. A small area of the Blyth end is reserved as no dogs. Lovely dunes and views, facilities en-route and free parking.
Remote picnic site with a stream burbling past and a well-signed walk from the car park.
One of the very best garden tea rooms we've seen this year. The flowers are a delight and the cakes here are light and calorie-free.
On the rainswept day we were here it was hard to imagine Roman soldiers getting excited about Mithraic rituals here, let alone bull sacrifices and other comradely sports going on.
This is one of the best Roman sites to visit with the dog because there is so much lush grass between the very spread out excavated sections that the dog will be fooled into thinking it's really a dog...
There's something dramatic about taking the dog for a walk around a Roman fort close to Hadrian's Wall. You've got to wonder if there are any ancient doggie sniffs for the pooch to savour.
One of the very best bits of Hadrian's Wall with plenty of the wall to see, and the equally imposing sight of the Whin Sill pushing out from deep in the earth to the light.