Who's up for walkies?
The accolade comes from dogfriendlycottages who surveyed the best locations for pet owners to share with the furriest member of their family..
This is a rover's paradise with dogs on leads welcome in the garden and footpaths in all directions. Pooches can enjoy a nine-mile walk around Ullswater, the second largest lake in this popular region. Follow in the footsteps of highwayman Dick Turpin and his dog, Nell, on a two-mile walk taking in Clifford's Tower, Merchant Adventurers Hall and York Minster. Step out on this six-mile walk and enjoy the olde worlde villages of Stanton and Snowshill, hike over hilltops and take in the views of the Vale of Evesham. Enjoy a seven-mile along the Needles Headland and take in the views of a 19th century fort and Cold War rocket test site. One of Northumberlands hidden gems, Cresswell beach welcomes dogs all year round and has very few visitors. It's perfect for a peaceful walk, followed by a picnic lunch. Renowned as the garden of England, Kent is ideal for a dog walk. Ham Street Woods is full of spring flowers and has plenty of hidden corners to excite every dog. Step out from the village of Branscombe and follow the coastal path up Hooken Cliff for fantastic views across the Jurassic Coast. The Brecon Beacons offer multiple walks for those looking for a challenge. The charming town of Crickhowell has a meadow, river and dog-friendly ice cream parlour.