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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!
Busy Forestry recreation space, and great for a family outing. This is a long-stay visit, not a doggie-stop on your journey because the entry charge is over £10. The Pinetum is fantastic.
An attractive village with a good dog walk and a well-preserved windmill to admire. Not too far from the A28.
A section of the North Downs Way makes for a splendid dog walk, and the woodland here is one of the highest points in Kent so the views are pretty good too.
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.
A quiet Kentish village with plenty of dog walking space, and a dog-friendly pub with camping. Less than 6 miles from the M2 Junction 6.
A dog-friendly historic village pub, and a fascinating dog walk through modern orchards.
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.
Dogs are allowed on the Botany Bay beach before 1000 and after 1800 between May 1st and Sept 30th. Welcome at all times throughout the rest of the year.
Enchanting dog-friendly pub and a lovely dog walk in this pretty Kentish village. Pawfect for long lazy lunches - after the walkies! The pub dates back to the 14th century.
Dumpton Gap is open for dogs all year round, with no restrictions.
Expect doggie delight at this gorgeous woodland walk near the M20 Junction 9. Once a royal hunting forest, now it's just great for dog walkers here.