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This riverside walk is popular with local dog walkers and if you have a sociable hound there is plenty of space for doggy exuberance.
A very pretty village with an enormous village green and a babbling beck running through the middle.
A mega-popular weekend leisure spot at the end of a peninsula with a dog-friendly cafe and tiny beach. Telescope and topograph for keen sea-spotters.
An enchanting woodland nature reserve with magical grottos and perfect leafy cool. Nowhere better for hot dogs and children on a hot summer day.
Of all the walks and beaches on the peninsula this one is our favourite. You get the best of all worlds with a circular woodland walk to start with, and then a dog-friendly beach with no restrictions.
An interesting cliff top walk with the chance to ride into town on a fun tourist railway.
Beautiful hard sand, ideal for dog games in winter. Long and sandy dog-friendly beach. Dogs welcome from October to May 1st. Restrictions in Summer.
This is a fabulous stop for keen gardeners and the dog. Definitely worth a long visit to see the gardens and give yourself time to enjoy the experience. The nearby farm shop has quality produce.
Lovely, dog friendly cafe, dogs allowed inside on dog friendly beach at Fraisthorpe near Bridlington. Good coffee, cakes and meals also dog snacks and water available
Walks at either side of the river Derwent. One side goes to low catton. The other goes all the way to kexby on the A1079
Why not take a break for some fresh air and a walk through one of the iconic battle sites of English history? This is 1066 when King Harold took on Harald Hardrada and won here, but then had to dash...
A chance for a ramble with the dog over some of the outstanding Wolds paths on lush, velvety grass. We did this walk on a baking hot morning and the pup found herself a cool bath at the end!