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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.
Waterside park with walking trails along the River Stour. This is an open space of long standing. Apparently Henry II granted the first fishing rights to anglers here.
Before the channel crossing your dog will need a walk. The grounds were once part of an abbey, now gone, and the lawned section from the car park to the lake is dogs-on-leads only.
A super doggiestop off the M2 at Junction 7. The woodland walk for this junction has been created around an exceptionally fine pub. Well-behaved dogs are welcome inside if there is space.
If you're in Dover with some time to spare, then a visit to its imposing medieval castle is a great way to entertain all the family - and give the dog a bit of a walk as well.
There are several paths and trails for dog walks in the 280 acres of this popular and well organised park. Within easy reach of the M2 Junction 4.
Several walks to choose from here - all good for dogs - and a really interesting place to visit as well.
Miles of glorious dog walking along the top of the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, and a birds-eye view of the ships weaving their way through the Channel.
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.
This is an enchanting wood, not easy to find but definitely worth the effort. It's near the M2 Junction 6.
A taste of yesteryear, with beams and quaintness and curios that draw you into a sort of time machine. Expect a warm and friendly welcome.
Without a good dog walk from the door, this dog-friendly inn is rather aptly named.