Dog-friendly places in the North East
Long sandy beaches on the Northumberland coast, miles of woodland trails at Allen Banks and the wide open spaces of parkland and walled garden at Wallington – find your own slice of dog heaven in the glorious north east corner of Britain.
Discover a different corner of Cragside every time you visit, with acres of land and over 40 miles of footpaths to explore, up hills, around lakes, through woodland and gardens.
With miles of walks through gardens and woodland, along the river and across the countryside, Wallington is a great place to bring your dog and stretch your legs.
Escape the city and explore 15 miles of paths and quiet woodland – we can guarantee that your four-legged friends will enjoy Gibside as much as you do.
Ormesby Hall is a two pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome throughout the gardens, woodland walks and parkland. With acres to explore it’s a great place to share with your dog.
With woodland to explore, sticks, and plenty of ground to cover, Allen Banks is a slice of canine heaven. Bring your dog here for an outdoor treat. Allen Banks and Staward Gorge is a one pawprint rated place.
Bring your dog for a bracing walk along Northumberland's long, sandy coastline – there are plenty of dunes and beaches to explore.
Your dog is welcome to join you on the many walking routes on Holy Island and the land around Lindisfarne Castle, a one pawprint rated place. Find out what to be aware of and the facilities available.
Seaton Delaval Hall is a two pawprint rated place. There’s plenty of ground for dogs to roam at Seaton Delaval Hall. Find out where you can walk your dog on the estate and the facilities available for your four-legged friends.
Find out where dogs are welcome at Crook Hall Gardens and the facilities on offer for your canine companions.
Follow in the footsteps of the Romans on a walk through the rugged Northumbrian landscape along Hadrian's Wall with your four-legged friend.
Explore the nature-rich clifftops, coastal park and rugged coastline with your dog before warming up with a cuppa in the cafe. Souter Lighthouse is a three pawprint rated place.
County Durham's coastline has evolved from its industrial past to become a haven for wildlife and is a great place to explore with your dog.