5 Undiscovered Lake District Walks

The Lake District is widely regarded as the most dog friendly place in Britain – a well deserved accolade earned by its bounty of dog friendly accommodation, eateries and shops. This has led to dog owners flocking to the region year round, and while great for the local economy, it can lead to many ofContinue reading “5 Undiscovered Lake District Walks”

Thruscross Reservoir

Thruscross Reservoir is a little known gem of a walk, located in the Nidderdale AONB, the less well known but equally beautiful neighbour of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Nidderdale encompasses many of the aspects that make the Dales so popular: miles of footpaths, stunning views over hills and valleys and disarmingly photogenic sheep –Continue reading “Thruscross Reservoir”

Robin Hood’s Bay

Robin Hood’s Bay is a stunning fishing village perched on the North Yorkshire coast. Famous for its historic association with smugglers, it has a beautiful sandy beach, twisting cobbled streets lined with independent shops and wonderful clifftop views along the coast. I’ve been to Robin Hood’s Bay quite a few times since I moved toContinue reading “Robin Hood’s Bay”

A Weekend in Northumberland

We were meant to be heading off on holiday on Friday, which is now not happening for obvious reasons, so I thought I would look back on our most recent trip away which was to Northumberland at the close of 2019. Northumberland is one of our favourite places to visit and we come up everyContinue reading “A Weekend in Northumberland”

Scar House Reservoir

Scar House is my favourite local reservoir. It is less busy than Fewston and Swinsty, there is the opportunity for dogs to go for a swim, and the scenery is more varied and changing than nearby Grimwith. You can walk around Scar House Reservoir on its own for a nice walk which is around 4Continue reading “Scar House Reservoir”

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

We have been National Trust members for the last three years and have definitely made the most of their discounted Young Person’s membership! This means we can access dog friendly days out for free wherever we are, and at home we are lucky enough to live not too far from Fountains Abbey, one of ourContinue reading “Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal”

Reeth River Walk

Another week in lockdown, so I thought I’d share one of my favourite local walks. Starting from the village of Reeth, take a gentle stroll along the river Swale to the pretty village of Healaugh. This is a relatively short and gentle walk, with a similar route available on Where2Walk. This route goes a bitContinue reading “Reeth River Walk”

A Week in the Far North West of Scotland

Yesterday we were meant to be heading up to the far north west of Scotland for a week’s holiday. Unfortunately, the nationwide lockdown has meant we have had to delay our trip until later in the year. Therefore I thought I would share some memories from our last visit to Kinlochbervie, a fishing village inContinue reading “A Week in the Far North West of Scotland”