It can be difficult to find places to visit and eat that allow dogs, let alone welcome them as much as their human companions!
Fortunately, dog-friendly holiday provider Canine Cottages has crunched the TripAdvisor data to find the most dog-friendly places to go in Northumberland
Based on the percentage of reviews on TripAdvisor suggesting a place was dog-friendly, they found the most dog-friendly beaches, places to visit, pubs and cafes across the county, which can also be found in this handy interactive map.
Beadnell is the number one rated dog-friendly beach.
Here are 24 of them...
Alnmouth beach is ranked second.
St Aidan's at Seahouses is the number three rated dog-friendly beach.
Warkworth is the number four rated dog-friendly beach. Picture: Kirsty Logan
Embleton is the number five rated dog-friendly beach.
Newton by the sea is the number six rated dog-friendly beach.
Cocklawburn is the number seven rated dog-friendly beach.
Blyth beach is next on the list.
If a day at the beach isn’t for you, the other top dog-friendly places to visit for a day out include Druridge Country Park.
Kielder Waterside is another highly rated dog-friendly place.
Barter Books in Alnwick.
Wallington Hall, near Belsay.
Northumberlandia, near Stannington.
The walk to Dunstanburgh Castle from Craster is a favourite.
Heatherslaw Light Railway is a dog-friendly venue.
42% of visitors to Rocking Horse Cafe & Gallery raved about its dog-friendliness.
The Black Swan in Belford had similar praise from 40% of its visitors.
Taste of Northumbria on Marygate in Berwick is ranked third among the dog-friendly pubs and cafes.
The Drift Cafe, Cresswell is placed fourth in the list of dog-friendly pubs and cafes.
The Black Swan in Seahouses is next on the list.
The Mason's Arms in Warkworth is highly rated as a dog-friendly venue.
The Village Tearooms in Alnmouth feature in the ranking.
The Craster Arms in Beadnell makes the list.
Bertram's in Warkworth is also rated highly for dog-friendliness.