Category: Places I have been

  • Top Dog-Friendly Spots in Yorkshire

    Exploring Yorkshire with a dog opens up a world of adventure and discovery. From the rolling hills and historic sites to the breezy coastlines, this article guides you through some of the best spots in Yorkshire that welcome both you and your four-legged friend. Whether it’s a day out in nature or a visit to…

  • The UK’s Best Dog-Friendly Touring Sites

    Traveling with your dog can be a real joy, but made more so when the place you’re staying in is set up and welcoming to your pet. This article is going to be a live document where I add really great dog-friendly sites. I may not get to them all personally, but I will add…

  • Discover the Best National Parks in the UK for an Unforgettable Dog and RV Adventure

    Exploring the great outdoors with your furry friend is an adventure that promises to strengthen bonds and create unforgettable memories. From the serene lakes of the Lake District to the diverse landscapes of the Peak District, and from Snowdonia’s historic charm to New Forest’s cultural richness, each national park offers a unique experience for both…

  • Paw-fect Getaways: Best Places in the Lake District to Visit with Your Dog

    Stepping out into nature with our four-legged friends offers a refreshing break from the everyday routine, inviting us to explore the beauty of the Lake District and the enchantment of Grizedale Forest together. With a focus on adventure, safety, and respect for the environment, this article guides dog owners on how to experience these wonders…

  • Breathtaking Dog-Friendly Spots in the Peak District to Explore

    Walking through the world of nature with our dogs opens up a treasure trove of experiences that await discovery. This article will shed light on how to make these outings not just enjoyable but also safe and harmonious with the environment. With a focus on limestone ravines, hilltops, and enchanting woodlands, we will explore how…

  • Masham, Yorkshire – a Beer lover’s paradise?

    Oh my word! Masham (pronounced ‘massam’ in Yorkshire is the home to not one, but two excellent breweries, and tap rooms. For someone who thoroughly enjoys a pint of English ale, this is a wonderful town to visit. For motorhoming mutts, it’s super-accessible being only 20 minutes or so off the A1 (Junction 50 if…

  • Wooler in Winter

    Nestled up in Northern Northumberland is the quaint town of Wooler. It’s literally on the edge of the Northumberland National Park and just a few miles from the Scottish/English Border. The history of this region is riven with conflict and war between competing factions down the centuries. Often called the ‘Last Kingdom’ it was the…

  • A Tail-Wagging Tour: Dog-Friendly Breweries in Yorkshire

    Exploring locations where you can combine the company of man’s best friend and a pint of excellent beer, is becoming an iconic hobby in the United Kingdom. Yorkshire, known for its majestic Dales and rich industrial and agricultural history, is also crucially noteworthy for its phenomenal selection of breweries. Amidst these, some uniquely consider their…

  • Hawes is a ‘must visit’ – A complete gem in the Yorkshire Dales

    Hawes is a beautiful, charming market town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It’s easily accessible by road, so an ideal destination for Motorhoming Mutts! We stayed at the Bainbridge Ing’s Country Park, which was a nice walking distance outside of the village, accessible either by paths across a field, or slightly longer walk over…