Popularly known as the ‘Garden of England’, Kent has always been an extremely popular staycation spot for people looking to make the most of their own back yard in England! There are more and more dog friendly cottages in Kent popping up, too. Therefore, now really is a great time to start looking for pet friendly escapes.
This exceptional cottage is situated in a semi-rural location yet within walking distance of the local pub and shop. The hub of the home is the lovely kitchen-diner, which along with the light and airy lounge, has Sky TV to keep everyone entertained. Outside a soothing hot tub is the icing on the cake.
Set in an AONB with fantastic views over the owner’s vineyard, this romantic hideaway has everything needed for a memorable break. Whether you are cooking up a storm, relaxing in front of a movie or enjoying the relaxing bubbles of your very own hot tub, it’s the ideal place to recharge your batteries.
Sleeping 4, the master has a king-size bed and beautiful views. The second has twin beds, there’s a spacious family bathroom with separate shower and the huge farmhouse kitchen is perfect for budding chefs. The Kent coast is only 20 minutes and Canterbury Cathedral and Ashford Designer Outlet are nearby.
Opposite the beach and just a short stroll from the local pub, this smart 2 bedroom apartment is ideal for families wanting the best of both coast and country. With 2 cheery bedrooms, a well-presented kitchen and a light and airy sitting room with sea views, this is the ideal place to unwind with a glass of fizz.
This modern breakaway offers space that sleeps 2 guests as well as room for a pet, and there is also a bathroom suite. It offers a ground floor bedroom and bathroom, as well as your own patio and garden which are fully enclosed. This family friendly bolthole also has baby facilities available for you to rent.
This traditional Kent holiday spot offers space to sleep 2 guests as well as room for a dog. Offering no first floor, this nook boasts its own wood burner as well as a smart TV and a kitchen area. There is also internet throughout and a nice shared garden, making it a great potential retreat for two.
This lovingly restored cottage stable sleeps two guests and welcomes one pet.In the longe a traditional wood burner and comfy sofa awaits you. The kitchen is well equipped with American style fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.
This is a stunning little split level cottage with plenty of charm and original features. The cottage sleeps 4 over its two bedrooms and also allows for two pets. The living area is cosy and boasts the original fireplace with woodburner for extra comfort
This restored former fairground carriage sits in stunning countryside with far-reaching views. It can sleep 2 guests in its one bedroom. It boasts a covered outdoor verandah with private hot tub for relaxing and taking in the local scenery.
Windmill Annexe is a self catering location offering space to sleep 3 people. There is also space for one dog here as a pet friendly breakaway. It offers an enclosed garden and patio, and all of your towels are included in the price of rent per week. There are 2 bedrooms, and you will also benefit from a kitchen
Little Yaffle is the perfect couple’s holiday nook. It sleeps 2 people and has space for one pet in this wholly ground floor holiday cottage. Along with a ground floor living room, you can expect a full kitchen with washing machine and fridge freezer, as well as all your towels and linen included in the price.
This cottage is situated on St. Andrews Lake and is the perfect location for fishing or open water swimming. This stunning lodge sleeps two people and offers a luxury experience with an outdoor log burner and hot tub on your own private patio overlooking the lake.
Rover Cottage is a lovingly kept holiday space that offers room to sleep 2 people, with a cosy double bedroom and all your power and fuel included. There’s space for one pet here, and you’ll even benefit from a shower room on the ground floor. The sitting area has its own woodburning stove.
This is a lovingly restored pump house set in 10 acres of the owner’s land. It sleeps two guests and is the perfect romantic getaway. This house has also got a special place under the breakfast bar to house any size dog. The master bedroom also benefits from a separate dressing room.
This stunning converted cart barn sleeps 4 people with two in the one bedroom and two on the sofa bed. There is a lot compacted into a small space in this unique property which is set in a churchyard in the Kent Downs. The property has a luxury private hot tub and panoramic, elevated views.
Well Cottage in Barham offers a lovely space for 2 guests and room for one dog. It is a secluded breakaway of sorts, with Wi-Fi internet access throughout and an enclosed garden. There is a ground floor living room and an open plan kitchen and dining room. You’ll also benefit from a shower room
This medieval manor house boasts 7 bathrooms and bedrooms, as well as a library/games room with a grand piano. Outside you’ll find a swimming pool and outdoor games on the 6-acre grounds. Play a round or two of golf, immerse yourself in local history or pop up to London for the day.
Kent has beautiful holiday spots across the countryside and beside the sea. A place within walking distance of the beach can be yours for a few days when you book a holiday cottage near the coast – there are plenty to choose from.
Head off to the Kent countryside for a cheap weekend away from home. Breath the fresh air and enjoy the peace and quiet – go on, you deserve it.
Kent is the ideal place to spend a night or 2 in a self-catering holiday home. Cook up a hearty breakfast before heading out to explore, you can have the eggs your way when you’re the chef.
We’ve made things easier for you. If you’re looking for a dog friendly holiday and don’t want to have to trawl through thousands of Kent properties, we’ve rounded up well presented, affordable cottages and holiday nooks which are well connected to the best of Kent.
Pet friendly holiday breaks in Kent are more popular now than ever thanks to the sheer number of dog walks and trails that the region is known for. But what should you really be looking for in the best dog friendly holiday cottages?
Are you looking for a ground floor, open plan living space? What about a shower room or off-road parking? Maybe a barn conversion is up your alley, or you’re looking for somewhere out in the Kent Countryside!
In any case, here are some of our absolute favourites – all available now for you to book in with your pets to explore wider Kent.
Referred to as The Garden Of England, Kent boasts lush farmland, hop fields, orchards and vineyards.
The county is peppered with incredible fortifications, such as Dover Castle and Leeds Castle (click here), and interesting stately homes like Knole Park and Chartwell House.
Take your four-legged friend on a long walk at Bewl Water – this 800-acre area in the High Weald is enjoyed by fishermen, canoeists and cyclers of all ages and is perfect for outdoor adventures whatever the weather.
And for a ramble along the edge of the sea, pick a section of the Viking Coast Path and take in the long views across the North Sea.
If you’re after dog friendly cottages in Kent with hot tubs that are filled with fun things to do, then don’t miss out the chance to book today! These properties are not always going to be available, so make a point to beat the rush for the best pet friendly cottages the region has to offer.
Cottages across Kent really do vary in terms of the features and facilities they offer. However, whether it’s a living dining room combo or enclosed garden space you’re looking for, we’ve found properties with great customer reviews and superb links to the local Kent countyryside and heritage spots.
From town to town, Kent really does have a lot to offer! A fantastic log cabin in Kent may be all you need to really settle down and relax with your pets. Don’t leave your dogs behind when there are so many family friendly, pet welcoming resorts. Find yourself a bolthole with a welcoming sitting room, a wood burning stove and that classic cottage appeal.
From the city of Canterbury to the spa town of Tunbridge Wells there are lots of historical towns to visit. The beaches vary from pebble to sand and the countryside is a pretty as a picture. There really is a chocolate box effect to this end of the country, which is why Kent is often called the ‘Garden of England’! It’s not a completely rural location, but the countryside and rural spots really do have to be seen to be believed.
There really is something for everyone in this county, and the choice of accommodation that welcomes dogs is broad so you can book the perfect place for you. Check out our favourites from the properties we list for you here and find yourself the perfect cottage for you and your dogs.
Why not view other South of England dog friendly cottages over on this page.