Dog-friendly places in Kent
Canine companions are welcome across lots of the countryside and special places we look after in Kent. Here are some of these beautiful spots for you and your dog to explore.
Knole is a two pawprint rated place, with acres of parkland to enjoy with your dog. Here's what you need to know before you set off.
Chartwell is a three pawprint rated place. Bring your four-legged friend along on a short lead for a stroll around the garden or go for a roam in the woods. Find out more about where you can and can't take your dog.
Sissinghurst Castle Garden is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome so you can feel at ease when strolling through the estate. Here's some useful information to help you enjoy your walk.
Pick up your Pooch Passport and start collecting stamps towards a tasty treat. Take a walk through the estate together or soak up the beauty of the formal garden. Here's everything you need to know about bringing your dog to Scotney Castle, a 3 paw print National Trust place.
Emmetts Garden is a three pawprint rated place. Share a stroll around Emmetts Garden with your dog. Allowed in all areas of the gardens, there’s no better place for them to spend a day.
Ightham Mote is a one pawprint rated place. With so much space to explore your four-legged friend won’t be bored on a day out at Ightham Mote. Find out where they can go and what facilities are available on your visit.
Quebec House is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome to stroll around the garden with you and enjoy a dog-eye view of the flower borders. Why not try a walk from nearby Chartwell to stretch their legs first?
The White Cliffs of Dover and South Foreland Lighthouse are two pawprint-rated places. Find out about bringing your dog to the Cliffs and the Lighthouse, and what to watch out for to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable visit.
You and your four-legged friend will be spoilt for choice at Toys Hill. There are plenty of routes to choose from, and some historical points of interest to discover.