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Dog Friendly Beaches

"The beach never closes..."

Its the perfect day out for dogs and children, plenty of space and always something to keep the kids entertained. Here's our ultimate list of dog friendly beaches:

Fraisthorpe Beach, Bridlington YO15 3QU

The no.1 choice for dog lovers. Long, flat and sandy. Cafe and toilets nearby.

Filey Beach, YO14 9RD

Great sandy beach and near to the promenade for facilities

Hunmanby Gap, YO14 9QW

Ideal for peaceful, sandy walks complete with beach cafe and toilets. Great views.

Cayton Bay, Scarborough YO11 3NR

A sweeping bay and near a woodland walk for added adventure.

Robin Hoods Bay Beach, YO22 4SJ

A small, sandy beach with rocks and rock pools

Reighton Beach, YO14 9SN

Long and sandy but great for fossil hunting.

North Landing/Thornwick Bay, Flamborough YO15 1BJ

Situated in a natural cove with pebbles, caves and rock pools to explore.

Selswick Bay, Flamborough YO15 1AP

Dog friendly all year, ideal for rock pooling and exploring caves. Not buggy friendly, steep step access.

Boggle Hole Beach, YO22 4UQ

Perfect for rock pooling (get your tide times right) and fossil hunting. Robins Hood Bay can be reached via a 1 mile scenic walk (Cleveland Way National Trail)

Danes Dyke, YO15 1AA

Pebbles, sand and rock pools aplenty and a nature trail through the woods on the way up/down to the beach.

Saltwick Bay, Whitby YO22 4JX

Not buggy friendly due to steep access, but a beautiful beach with sand, rock pools and fossils

Hayburn Wyke Beach & Waterfall, YO13 0AU

A secluded beach with a hidden waterfall. The cove is full of pebbles and rocks.

Skipsea Beach, YO25 8TU

A narrow, sandy beach at Skipsea lies on the East Riding coast, between Hornsea and Bridlington. Not buggy friendly due to access.

Wilsthorpe Beach, YO15 3QL

The small, medieval village of Wilsthorpe is approximately 2 miles south of Bridlington. The long, sandy beach here slopes gently into the sea and is backed by grassy dunes and very low cliffs.

Withernsea Beach, HU19 2BS

A mixture of sand and shingle that runs for miles. Promenade nearby for facilities. Some dog restrictions.

Mappleton Beach, HU18 1XX

Ideal for fossil hunting. Small car park, toilets and small cafe available for takeaways

Fitties Beach, Humberstone DN36 4EU

Access via a bridleway via Tetney or Humberston. The beach is a lovely little bay and can access Cleethorpes if you continue up it.

Horseshoe Point Beach, Marsh Chapel ELY01

Secluded beach, peaceful and sandy.

Moggs Eye/Huttoft Beach, PE24 5XX

A quiet, rural beach backed by grassy sand dunes. No facilities

Anderby Creek, PE24 5XT

The long, sandy beaches along this part of the coastline stretch for many miles, making it an excellent spot for a long walk up or down the coast. (Seasonal Dog Restrictions)

Ingoldmells Beach, PE24 5BQ

A sand and shingle beach on the Lincolnshire coastline located next to the resort town. Dogs not allowed on the 'centra beach' but rest is allowed


Recommendations from further afield...

Tynemouth Beach, NE30 4NT

A stunning stretch of golden sand, backed by low dunes. Some restrictions may apply.

Whitley Bay Beach (seasonal restrictions), NE26 1QB

Ryhope East Beach, SR2 0NR

A small beach which is now a mixture of sandy patches, with pebbles and rocks from the crumbling cliffs backing the beach. No facilities

Gaddings Dam, OL14 6JJ

The 'highest beach' in the UK in a stunning and remote location. Can only be accessed via a hilly hike from the car park in Lumbutts (approx 45 mins) so perfect for older children. Great views

Holkham Beach, Norfolk

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