Dog Friendly Cottages, Kent
Known to many, Kent's traditional name is “The Garden of England” because of its orchards and illustrious countryside; because of this, dog friendly cottages in Kent are a popular choice among dog lovers wanting to treat their canine companion to a holiday of its own. With over 6700 kilometres of coastal and countryside walks you'll be spoil for choice with places to go. Why not travel to Dover and see natural and man-made landmarks such as the White Cliffs of Dover or the South Foreland Lighthouse. There are also many miles of dog friendly beaches scattered along Kent's coast such as those located in Margate and Broadstairs.
Because of Kent's south-easterly, coastal border, this county, which faces France and the rest of mainland Europe, has been at the forefront of many historical conflicts and has an abundance of historical sites and memorials to show for it which you will never be far from in dog friendly accommodation Kent. A visit to the Battle of Britain National Memorial or the Royal Military Canal comes highly recommended as not only can you learn and see a lot here, but the pooch is also welcome! You are definitely not restricted from a lot by bringing your dog to a dog friendly cottages in Kent due to a large majority of the sights and tourist attractions being outside or in dog friendly areas such as the Belmont House & Gardens located near Faversham in East Kent, a historical Georgian house with a large estate area to wander around.