Dog Friendly Log Cabins In Kent: 12 Lodges To Rent

Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats

Kent is referred to as the Garden of England for a reason – it’s absolutely gorgeous! However, did you know that there’s more to Kent than just countryside? With lovely coastal walks and historic towns such as Royal Tunbridge Wells, there are plenty of reasons why you should start looking for dog friendly lodges in Kent.


We find the best dog friendly lodges in Kent, so you don't have to!

Tenterden, Kent

This fantastic stylish hideaway is ideal for a couple wanting a relaxing retreat. There is a king-size bedroom and en suite shower room with a walk-in shower and outside there’s an open terrace with a hot tub, furniture and a barbecue. The nearby town of Tenterden is just seven miles away and Camber Sands is just nine and a half miles.

Tenterden, Kent

This majestic barn conversion has a king size bedroom, a twin, and one family bathroom. Facilities include underfloor heating, a wood burner and a smart TV in each bedroom, as well as a fully enclosed patio area with a barbecue and hot tub. The town of Tenterden is just seven and a half miles, or you can explore medieval Rye, which is five and a half miles with it’s cobbled streets.

Bilsington, Kent Countryside

A charming barn conversion with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a welcome back on arrival. There’s a barbecue in the garden, private parking for one vehicle and a patio area with furniture. Enjoy the miniature railway at Hythe, which is eight miles, or head into the vibrant town of Tenterden, which is 15 miles.

Bilsington, Kent Countryside

A beautiful two-bedroom, two bathroom cabin with a private patio and shared garden area and a barbecue to enjoy. The local pub and shop are both under five miles, and you can explore the Kent coastline from this property.

Lenham, Kent

This fantastic rural timber lodge is perfect for a family. It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a selection of board games and DVDs. Outside there is a deck area with a barbecue. The historic city of Canterbury is nearby, or you can head into the popular town of Ashford.

Dungeness, Kent

This fantastic converted railway carriage is perfect for a small family with two bedrooms and one family bathroom. There’s limited wifi here, but there is an on there is on-street parking and a wood burner inside the property. Explore the 468 acre nature reserve on your doorstep.

Sandhurst, Kent

This idyllic 16th century oats house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside there is a barbecue with a decking area and table and chairs. You can explore the Kent and Sussex coastline from the doorstep, or enjoy the tranquil setting.

Faversham, Kent

This beautiful property has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. There’s an open fire and a wood burner with logs provided. Outside there is a fully enclosed garden and permit parking available. Enjoy antique shops, tea rooms, and English pubs in nearby Faversham, or head to the city of Canterbury.

Ruckinge, Kent

A fabulous converted former church ideal for a large group with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Facilities include a wood burner, a high chair, travel cot, and a utility area with a dryer and washing machine. There’s also a pizza oven and small barbecue outside. Head to the nearby beaches of Dymchurch, which are only eight miles away.


This chalet offers a king size bed that sleeps 2, with a shower room, WiFi throughout and space for one dog. There is also private parking for one vehicle, and you will have your own wood burner with logs. There’s a BBQ set, too, and a smart TV in the lounge.


This delightful lodge is all on the ground floor and has a space that sleeps 2 guests. You can bring a well behaved dog with you on a lead. There is an open plan living area, a terrace with gravel and a hot tub. All towels and bed linen are inclusive.

St Margaret's

Moonstone Lodge is a pleasing holiday getaway that sleeps 4 people max, and you can bring 2 dogs. There is an enclosed garden space, baby facilities for hire, and an open plan living area. There is a Freeview TV as well as a kitchen suite and off road parking.

Last Word

Dog owners and pet lovers are looking for lodges and cabins down in Kent more so than ever before – meaning that it’s likely you won’t have to search too hard to find a good spot or two. In any case, we’ve helped to narrow down the search!

What is it about kent that appeals to so many people? Not only is at an amazing vantage point to travel across the south of England, it’s a great base for travelling overseas. However, it’s the attractions in land and on the coast that matter in the here and now!

A dog friendly log cabin in the heart of Kent will give you access to some of the most amazing rustic walks and experiences the county has to offer. Take a look through our favourites and find yourself a great breakaway with your pet in the Garden of England.

We really can’t tell you how much we think Kent is the ideal holiday spot for travelling with dogs. If you are already looking into the market town scenes and the stunning green vistas, then it really does make sense to start a search for log cabins and chalets hidden along the coast and into the rural, country reaches. There is something truly magical about the Garden of England, and there are no longer any reasons why your pet should have to miss out!

When looking for that ideal pet friendly countryside lodge or log cabin, you’re probably going to want to look for more than just special offers. You might want a ground floor, open plan living space with a kitchen suite. You might be looking for an authentic, open fire wood burner. You could simply be hoping for a small enclosed garden where your pets can mill around and you can sit out and enjoy the sunshine.

The fact is, lodges, cabins and chalets in Kent come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. One look at our list of holiday properties in the region will tell you that for certain! You could find yourself an idyllic first floor self catering accommodation spot that’s deep in the countyside, or a huge, sprawling open plan cabin with a big dining room and a private hot tub on the patio.

We’ve aimed to set up a list of fantastic dog friendly holiday properties in a range of styles and shapes to cater to every need. Ultimately, the most idyllic dog friendly and family friendly holiday lodge for you might not always have a wood burning stove, or a ground floor shower room. You might, however, be looking for an authentic working farm location. What about a peaceful holiday park lodge with a swimming pool / spa facilities? For a lot of people, a friendly lodge with WiFi, a big TV and a dishwasher is often enough!

So, do take your time when it comes to hunting down the best holiday destinations in Kent, and crossing the border into Sussex. More and more lodges and cabin spots are welcoming a dog or two. That’s all the more reason to bring your pup along to explore the ancient destinations from castle to castle, the National Trust sites, and the amazing country walks as far as the eye can see.

At the end of it all, you can come back to a big, cosy lodge space with a rustic living room, a coffee machine, and a comfortable dining room for date nights with a difference.

Kent is begging for exploration – take a look at our choices for the best dog friendly accommodation in the region and save some time on your next search!

Why not browse all of our Dog Friendly Cabins in the South of England and dog friendly cottages in Kent.

If you need activities or places to eat with pets, see all the dog friendly days out in Kent and dog friendly pubs in Kent.

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