Characterful market town, with cobbled streets and dog-welcoming cafes, pubs and many non-food shops.
Remote and isolated, this reservoir picnic spot is ideal for that moment when you and the dog really don't want to socialise with strangers! The lane there is narrow, and the final stretch unsurfaced.
The village sits squarely on the river Tees, and the short walk here features the site of an old Roman bridge. Apparently the Romans lived here for just short of 500 years.
We discovered this dog-friendly inn with B&B completely by chance. We were really looking for the farm that makes the tasty local cheese.
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