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10 outing ideas in petfriendly Kent

Here at Mulberry Cottages we’re getting excited and the thought that summer’s round the corner.  It all started with the clocks going forward a couple of weeks ago, the heavenly light evenings, the greening up of the countryside, daffodils making room for the blossom and the whole feeling of light and hope in the air.

We have lots of pet friendly country cottages

We have lots of pet friendly country cottages

It especially fun at this time of year to bring your four legged friend away with you.  A dog makes a countryside holiday much more fun when staying in a self catering cottage and we have some fabulous pet friendly self catering cottages in Kent.  The children love having their furry friend to cuddle up to, it makes going for a walk from dog friendly cottage in Kent so much more appealing and you even have someone to finish up the leftovers after lunch!

How lovely to be able to take your dog away on holiday to a hand picked self catering holiday cottage, there are so many times you just can’t and it becomes a bore.  Kennels are so impersonal, if you have to ask someone to look after your faithful friend as a favour, it may not be ideal, and asking a dog sitter to come and live in your home is expensive!

You can't leave him at home

You can’t leave him at home

Bags are packed and there is someone feeling rather nervous, pacing up and down by the front door… you lovely dog is wondering what on earth is happening, – one ear up and one ear down – Am I going along too?

With footpaths and bridleways covering the countryside, you will see so much more of the beautiful outdoors with your four legged friend, many of our pet friendly cottages are surrounded by footpaths.  If you are heading off to the Kent coast, don’t forget the bat and ball, if you choose the Kent countyside – a map and a compass could be handy.

Makes walks so much more fun

Makes walking into a fun activity!

So Fido – no need to worry about the frenzy of madness when holiday comes round and everything is packed into the car – you will be in there too.

10 places in Kent that welcome sensible dog owners with dogs on leads.

  1. The Historic Dockyard, Chatham

  2. Bredgar and Wormshill Light Railway

  3. Chartwell, Westerham

  4. Chiddingstone Castle, Chiddingstone

  5. Cobham Hall, Cobham

  6. Hever Castle, Hever

  7. Knowle, Sevenoaks

  8. Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest, Goudhurst

  9. Biddenden Vineyards, Biddenden

  10. Canterbury Audio Tours and Historic River Tours, Canterbury

Here are a few of our pet friendly cottages in Kent, just click on the image to see more of the property…


Dove Cottage

The sweetest place!

The sweetest place!

Sandwich, Kent
Sleeps 2   |   Bedrooms: 1    |   From £192

Little Duck Lodge

Fab walks all around

Fab walks all around

Chiddingstone, Kent
Sleeps 2   |   Bedrooms: 1    |   From £250

Granary Cottage

Perfect base for a pet friendly hol

Perfect base for a pet friendly hol

Stalisfield Green, Kent
Sleeps 2   |   Bedrooms: 1    |   From £150

For more ideas about where you can stay with your dog, cat or budgie, click on our pet friendly cottages. We’ve got a great selection of Holiday Cottages in the UK and if you’re planning a weekend away, just check out our short break cottages – do call our Mulberry Cottages booking team on 01227 464958  if you’d prefer to talk or email us on info@mulberrycottages.com


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