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Quiet and peaceful park that sits over an old Saxon cemetery, and within easy reach of the M25. It's a lovely place to walk the dog.
A very welcoming and dog-friendly country pub with a lovely dog walk on the doorstep. The building is so old, late 1200s, and must have seen some doings in its past!
A woodland dog walk with lots of scamper space, and a dog-friendly country pub too. Very close to the A2 between Canterbury and Whitfield and a good doggiespot to know about.
If you're looking for a doggiestop on the way to or from Dover, this 18th century coaching inn and historic village is a relaxed choice.
As soon as you walk around the first corner in the lane from the car park, the noise and fumes of the traffic drop away, and the sense of space and quiet here is totally amazing.
Junction 3 Bluebell Interchange
This is somewhat stylish parkland for a dog walk north of Maidstone, with a cafe, WCs and some hard-surfaced paths.
A special dog walk route in part of the Blean Woods Nature Reserve. How lovely! This makes for a super stroll off the A2.
A small woodland (Woodland Trust) with circular walks, joining onto Jeskyns Country Park (Forestry Commission) on one side.
Really old park, stuffed full of heritage - Anglo-saxon burial mounds, the Meridian Line ... and a great place to walk the dog.
Junction 6 Perry Court Interchange
Dog-friendly and welcoming 14th century village inn, with a dog walk. Nearby you'll find some fantastical and dog-friendly gardens open to the public on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Formerly the village blacksmiths, this pub is in a quiet, out of the way spot of Kent. Dogs will be happy with the friendly welcome and pleasant walks
An 18th century inn close to the original tollhouse for Canterbury on the Dover Road. Dogs can be sure of a warm welcome here.