Man’s Best Friend in Morpeth
Morpeth is a great place to bring your furry friend! With many dog-friendly Air BnBs, cafes and shops, your furry friends will get to enjoy the sights and sounds just as much as you. Here’s what not to miss if you’re heading into Morpeth with your pooch.
Walk along the River Wansbeck in Carlisle Park
Take a stroll with your dog around the scenic Carlisle Park right in the centre of Morpeth. There is plenty of woodland for them to run free with lots of benches for some rest bite and even a picnic. Right in the centre of Carlisle Park is the dog-friendly Pavilion Cafe Enjoy some quality time with your dog and take in the wonderful scenery while sampling a light lunch or homemade bake.
Head into the shops for some pet favourites.
If you are truly looking to treat your pet, head into town and visit Pet HQ on Oldgate. The store is full of treats, accessories and other essentials for your pet. Additionally, you could head into the Market Place and visit the lovely folk in Joe’s Pet Supplies. They have such fantastic choices of accessories and your pet can even choose which treat they would like!
In addition to this Sanderson Arcade stores and the majority of shops within the town centre are dog friendly and will be more than happy to welcome you and your lovely pet.
Places to stay
Many BnBs and hotels in the area are dog friendly and even cater specifically to your furry friends, featuring wide open and secure gardens for your pet to roam safely while you relax inside. Many places are based right in the centre of town, so it is easy for you and your furry friend to explore what Morpeth has to offer, while still being a short drive away from other parts of beautiful Northumberland.
Many of the wonderful cafes and restaurants in Morpeth are also dog friendly. Made of Crumbs based on Newgate Street have an amazing selection of homemade cakes that you can enjoy while your pooch takes a rest beside you in the cosy surroundings. Micah’s Tearoom has a wide open courtyard that is perfect for those warmer days and provides water bowls for your dog to get much needed drink after their exploring in Morpeth. Or, if you’re looking for a glass of wine while you catch up with friends, Longsands Apres is dog friendly and serves amazing sharing platters that your dog might be a little too interested in.
Morpeth is a fantastic place for you and your pooch to enjoy together. Where do you like to take your dog in Morpeth, let us know below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org