Dog-friendly Days Out

Dog friendly days out in Kent

Search our dog friendly attractions in Kent, for dog friendly places to go in Kent geared up for a fun day out for both you and your dogs.

An all-day rover ticket for a dog is £3 and can be purchased at any booking office or from a Ticket Inspector onboard.

Mount Ephraim Gardens. A day out in Faversham, Kent.

Mount Ephraim Gardens is a beautiful place to visit, with plenty to offer and delight visitors. Pre-booked group visits welcome. Tearoom open during normal garden opening hours. Free parking.

At Reculver 3 miles East of Herne Bay (OS Map 179; ref TR 228694). Good walks and beach close by (occasionally used by Hamish).

Free parking for up to 8 coaches, 150 metres from site entrance. Sandwich 2 miles - OS Map 179; ref TR 324602.

No parking on site but the site is close to public parking and a short walk from Canterbury East Railway Station and the Bus Station. Canterbury West Railway Station is a little further away. In Longport, Canterbury, 1/4 mile East of Cathedral Close (OS Map 179; ref TR [...]

Above Dover town on W side of harbour.(OS Map 179; ref TR 312408). Reasonable walk from Dover Priory Railway Station (uphill). Good walking nearby including other military sites (see walks directory) occasionally walked by Hamish and his best friend Tia.

Exhibition: On ground floor, accessible via three steps. Shop: Access via gravel path. Refreshments: Snacks in shop. Picnics welcome in grounds. Some benches provided. NB Unfenced sump in grounds. 1.75 miles West of Lamberhurst off B2169 (OS Map 188; ref TQ 651366).

Meet at 8pm Fridays & Saturdays Outside Alberrys Wine Bar, St Margarets Street in Canterbury. Ghost Tour Groups by arrangement. See website for more details.

Dover Castle and the Secret Wartime Tunnels. A day out in Dover, Kent.

Extensive grounds mainly accessible on tarmac paths but there are some very steep slopes. Wheelchair routes. On site parking - entrance in Castle Hill Road. On East side of Dover (OS Map 179; ref TR 326416)

In Eynsford, off A225 (OS Map 177; ref TQ 542658).

1.25 miles W of Faversham on A2 (OS Map 178; ref TQ 992614). Managed by the Faversham Society.