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A welcoming dog-friendly pub, close to several good dog walks.
Ideal dog-walking along a canal constructed to move military equipment around the area quickly so as to trounce Napoleon.
A super doggiestop off the M2 at Junction 7. The woodland walk for this junction has been created around an exceptionally fine pub that has kept its feet (and prices) on the ground.
This is a seriously dog-friendly pub with a handy little walk to relieve stiff limbs.
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.
Forestry woodlands for dogs to zoom around the trees, ears flapping. Lovely safe space for dog walks.
Easy dog walk from a traditional Kentish village pub. Follow paths through orchards and crops in this corner of the garden of England.
Incredibly atmospheric dog walking on the Saxon shore, and quite eerie on a windy day. Apparently this is the Hoo Peninsula. Best in summer.
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.
An excellent dog walk along the ancient coastline and then the chance to enjoy the warmth and companiable atmosphere of a stylish rustic pub.
Dogs on leads are welcome here, in the first defensive fort built by the Romans as they landed on British shores in the year 43.
Totally switched on country inn with a dog walk signed from the car park.