Craster to Dunstanburgh route in Northumberland is named in the top five best dog walking destinations

This 'pawfect' walk in Northumberland has been named among the five UK's best spring dog walks named by Canine Cottages.
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The canine tourism experts at Canine Cottages rounded up five of the UK’s best spring dog walks.

Amongst the best five walking routes in the UK was the Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle walk. They described the walk as a refreshing and brisk journey that offers ample off-lead opportunities for your furry companion and time to embrace the countryside’s natural beauty and varied landscapes. After you’re done admiring the farmland and fishing boats on the Caster harbour, you and your dog can recharge with a bowl of water and a pint at one of the village’s pubs.

Dogs should be kept on a lead around livestock.

The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle.The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle.
The walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle.
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Also mentioned were Binbrook and Stainton Le Vale circular walk in Lincolnshire, Cleeve Hill and Nottingham Hill circuit in Cotswold, Holkham beach in Norfolk and Brockenhurst walk in New Forest.

To find more dog-friendly walking routes, read Canine Cottage’s blog.