Dog Friendly Richmond, North Yorkshire
Richmond in North Yorkshire is a lovely historic town. Cobbled Streets, Castle and the Water Falls attract many tourists each year. Its a holiday destination that many people want to visit including those who want to bring their four legged friends too. Plenty of walks and places to see. For some, going on holiday without them is just not an option, they are part of experience and it just wouldn't be the same without them. Also some holiday cottages do not allow dogs to be left alone in the property for long periods of time, so its important to know when you do go on holiday, that mans best friend can go with you, when you want to pop out for a bite to eat.
When choosing your dog friendly accommodation, check with the owners if possible, to see how Dog friendly they are. Do they allow dogs in all areas of the property, are they allowed on the furniture and if so, do they want you to take blankets or throws. It may be that they provide them for you, its always best to check and lets face it, less packing for you if they do.
Dogs love a run about so space is important, depending on the size of your pet. Always check if the property has a garden, does it have high secure fencing, are there any areas where some dogs potentially could escape especially if they are small. Whilst on your holiday you need peace of mind, and be able to relax knowing that your pet is safe.
Walking your dog is part of your vacation, so check that the area that you are staying has exactly what you need. Do you have a dog that just loves water and need to be near beaches or lakes, or do you have a dog that wants space so your walks need to be quiet away from others . Are walks from the door essential or are you happy to jump in the car and explore. Dog walking fields are very popular now and many can get booked up weeks ahead. If you use them, send the owner an email and see if they have any near your accommodation or could they suggest any for you to contact and book ahead. Richmond has a couple in the area Paddocks for Paws in Richmond and Sammy's Field near Scotch Corner. If you venture just over the border into County Durham, about 20 minutes away from Moulton, Richmond there is Adventure Paws Dog Walking Field. All are great and well looked after by the owners.
Most owners are more than happy for you to ask any questions in relation to your dog and raise any concerns before you make a booking. Its important that you are happy and ready to enjoy your holiday from the outset.
Packing for the family holiday is one thing, but remember your four legged friend has his favourites toys, blankets and treats. It may be worth taking a Kong with you or snuffle mat. Put some of their favourite treats inside and place them down on their mat/blanket. Once you have their attention, they will relax in their new surroundings.
Here are some dog friendly cafe's, tearooms, pubs and venues that you will be most welcome to go with your dog in the Richmond are
Grannies Kitchen in Finkle Street, Richmond has a cosy 0utdoor/Indoor area for owners with their dogs to sit. A Lovely cosy cafe with throws for those chillier days. Home baked fresh food every day which is very popular.
Sip Coffee is in King Street, Richmond just off the roundabout near The Georgian Theatre Royal Dogs and their owners are most welcome to pop in.
If you want to treat your dog, Bonbons, 1 Frenchgate, Richmond do Ice-creams for dogs, and humans to
The Station has a great café and other small businesses under one roof. Dogs are welcome inside and after you have had a bite to eat, take a walk from there to Easby Abbey on the circular walk and back to The Station.
Only a few minutes walk from Moulton View . Dogs are welcome in the bar area but not in the restaurant. There is an extensive external area for those lovely Summer days and evenings where you can enjoy a meal and drink with the whole family and dogs are part of that too.
Ellerton is about a 10 minute drive from Moulton. On arrival you will find lots of outdoor seating and also a garden centre next door. Inside is modern with a country feel. Dogs are allowed both outside and inside and are always welcome. There is a shop upstairs selling a vast range of various gifts and home ware.
Situated just off the A66, an interesting place. There is a children's play area and also an eating area outside where you and your dog can take in the views of Yorkshire.
The Black Lion pub is in Frenchgate in Richmond just off the cobbled market place. A Comfortable and cosy pub where you will be given a warm welcome.
A quirky and modern feel. If you like colourful and different they you will love Morro Lounge.
Popular with locals and their dogs, a lovely friendly pub.
The Kings Head sits on the cobbled market place. During the warmer months it gets busy on the raised decking outside but dogs are welcome inside too. Traditional décor with sofas in one of the reception rooms to make you feel at home.