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Obsessed with Sir David Attenborough wildlife documentaries or fixed on farming and all things countryside? Kids and adults alike can head south and indulge in a double-dose of animal antics. At Doncaster’s Yorkshire Wildlife Park find out all about its roaring success with amazing animal conservation projects and then check out what’s happening, just a short drive away, in the barns in Barnsley at Cannon Hall Farm with a moo neigh, oink, baa, quack and a cock-a-doodle do! Want to check out Yorkshire’s native wildlife? Then Bunker Campers are a great way to take your accommodation on the road and see nature in its full glory across the county’s countryside!
D O G D AY S
Take a beach break with a four-legged friend and walk the walk! Robin Hood’s Bay to Boggle Hole is just two miles return but is a feast for the eyes from start to finish. There are few things more exhilarating and enjoyable than a saunter along a stunning sandy beach (exploring rockpools and hunting for fossils enroute), combined with a clifftop stroll offering breathtaking coastal views and a meander along winding countryside paths. Throw in cosy cafes, step into inns steeped in maritime and smuggling history, as well as browsing through independent shops and art galleries all nestled in a quaint historic fishing village AND dogs are welcome on the beach all year too. What’s not to like! Camp at Hooks House Farm or book into Farsyde Farm Cottages in Robin Hood’s Bay.