Dog friendly cottages in Kent will steal your heart. The seaside towns here will reawaken childhood memories and the villages will take you back in time. The weather always seems milder in this corner of England and the Kent-grown fruit tastes that little bit sweeter.
Royal Tunbridge Wells in the west of Kent has elegant eateries and pretty parks. Canterbury, the heart of Kent, boasts an incredible cathedral, cobbled streets, museums and cosy dog-friendly pubs. With castles and historical buildings to tour as well, there is a lot to do in Kent. With so much to see, you need a great holiday base that welcomes your dog.
Upgrade your holiday accommodation and choose a cottage in Kent with a hot tub. Enjoy the bubbling water out on the deck and feel your muscles relax in the warmth. There’s a selection of cottages available in Kent that come with this extra special addition.
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.
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, 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 that are filled with fun things to do, then don’t miss out the chance to book today!
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 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.