You’ll find plenty of accommodation providers and food options that are dog friendly around Route YC. From hotels and B&Bs to glamping sites, bunkhouses and self-catering apartments, there’s something to suit everyone. We recommend lots of pitstops to the many dog-friendly cafes, restaurants and visitor centres along the way too! Check out our interactive map and tick the ‘dog friendly’ option.
Top dog-friendly foodie picks
The Little Angel in Whitby is a bustling local with a fabulous atmosphere.
Walkers Fish Restaurant near Scarborough serve a wide range of responsibly caught fish and seafood. Their beef dripping fried fish is a must-try!
The Downe Arms is situated right on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park so the perfect place to refuel after a long dog walk.
Guy’s Café, Bar & Restaurant serve lunch, dinner, and a superb Sunday carvery using the freshest ingredients.
Best places to stay with your canine companion
Enjoy a relaxed country and coastal escape to Raithwaite Sandsend. Explore the surrounding woodlands, home-grown restaurant and the beach right on your doorstep, all with your furry friend of course!
If discovering and exploring new places with your dog is what you’re looking for, The Bike & Boot is a great accommodation option. They even have in-house dog grooming facilities for mucky pups after a day on the beach or in the countryside.
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges are perfect for a family getaway where you can completely escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Golf courses, nature walks and blue flag beaches are all a stone’s throw from the lodges, and Hornsea town is just a few minutes’ walk away.
Must-do walks for dogs on Route YC
It was hard to narrow these down because there are so many options!
Forge Valley Woodlands is a popular spot for walkers, follow the 2-mile boardwalk through the trees taking in the flora and fauna as you go.
Danes Dyke Beach is great to visit at low tide for a dip or run on the beach. If the tide’s in, head up into Danes Dyke and follow the woodland trails for a spot of wildlife watching.
As well as walking round the lake with your furry friend, check out the ‘pup on a SUP’ paddleboard experience on offer at North Yorkshire Water Park.