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Pet Friendly Cottages in Kent

By Edited Dec 20, 2013 0 0

Find a Cottage that is Pet-Friendly for Your Holiday in Kent

If you are planning to spend your annual holiday in Kent, remember to make proper arrangements for your pets. Many people take the easy-but-expensive option of packing the family cats or dogs off to kennels or catteries; with a little more imagination, you can find pet-friendly cottages, guest houses or other holiday accommodation that offers the ideal solution.

Wickham Lodge Gardens
Known as the Garden of England, Kent is packed with history, attractions, beauty spots and, of course, the famous white cliffs of Dover. Seaside holidays offer something for the whole family, and many people find a holiday cottage close to the coast that makes an ideal base for exploring the county. Many properties in Kent welcome family pets and are completely animal-friendly.

The Old Stables, a delightful holiday cottage located in Pluckley, near Maidstone, is a typical example of a spacious pet-friendly holiday cottage in Kent. Pluckley is said to be the most haunted village in England, and attracts many visitors searching for a genuine English ghost! Nearby attractions include the world-famous Sissinghurst Castle Gardens, the city of Canterbury, and Leeds Castle, allegedly the most beautiful castle in England.

Kent is rightly famous for its beautiful countryside, and offers many examples of both decorative and commercial gardens and agricultural land. Gardens with stunning displays of flowers in bloom can be found in almost every corner of the county, many of which offer opportunities for relaxing walks with the family dog. Good places to find suitable accommodation include tourist information centres or travel guides to pet-friendly cottages in Kent.

Travellers wanting something special can book a stay at Wickham Lodge, a converted Georgian carriage house and stable situated on the banks of the river Medway. This charming cottage features a Tudor topiary garden and is located in Aylesford, one of the oldest and most picturesque villages in Kent. Wickham Lodge welcomes well-behaved dogs, and provides a great base for exploring Maidstone and Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Romney Hythe Dymchurch Railway
If you’re after something different that will occupy the whole family, take a ride on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. Not only can you ride on a 15-inch gauge miniature steam train, pulled by a one-third full size replica locomotive, you can book a course in steam train driving if you wish! Dogs are welcome aboard, and this is a truly pet-friendly experience.

Heron Cottage, set in six acres of ground near Sissinghurst, dates from the 16th century. Here is a peaceful rural location for a family to relax in style, dogs included. Heron Cottage is surrounded by open countryside with mile after mile of footpaths to explore. Suitable for large parties of up to 18 people, this is a holiday cottage with a difference.

Wherever you decide to stay, you’ll find plenty to do, loads of family attractions and a host of historic houses and gardens to visit during your stay in Kent. Bring your family, complete with pets, knowing that you’ll receive a warm welcome at one of the many pet-friendly cottages in Kent.



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