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We know that sometimes it can be hard to take a day out with your babies, your fur babies that is! For all things dog friendly in Kent have a look here for some fun new ideas!
Walk, play, ride, cycle or just relax with a coffee in the great outdoors
Jeskyns is home to 360 acres of newly planted woodlands, meadows and orchards. With a good network of surfaced walking trails, children's play areas, café and even a dog activity trail... (click the button below to read more)
One of the most renowned country house spa hotels in Kent, Brandshatch Place Hotel & Spa, is a beautiful rural retreat nestled within 12 acres of glorious parkland and gardens. Providing a boutique home-away-from-home, the property’s convenient location to th... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Join us for an unforgettable and festive event, the RBLI Rudolph Fun Run! Come along and celebrate the spirit of the season while supporting a great cause. This exciting event aims to raise funds for the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI), an organisation... (click the button below to read more)
When: Sun 17 12 2023 at 10:00 am
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A traditional local pub with a fine selection of lagers, ales, wines and spirits.
Cosy, pub with mod cons.
A car park for customers.
A fine selection of local ales.
Pretty terrace garden with plenty of seating.
Children and dogs welcome if on a lead (d... (click the button below to read more)
Betteshanger Country Park offers a wide range of activites for adults and children alike. Some activities run every day such as our cycling and walking trails whereas others need to be booked in advance. We can also offer a wide range of events from birthday ... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Every wine we make at Gusbourne Estate tells our unique story. Care, craft and uncompromising attention to detail enable us to make the very best of what nature gives us.
Visit us in Appledore, Kent, to explore our vineyards and find out what makes this c... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Kent Event Centre is the largest, most flexible conference and exhibition venue in Kent, offering 7,000 sqm of indoor space and 200 acres of outdoor space.
Our three main exhibition halls are ideal for creating stunning exhibitions, trade fairs or publ... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Teston River Walk is one of several stunning riverside walks available in Kent. The walk allows you to enjoy a waterside walk as well as a wander through the park and is focused around the rustic ragstone bridge which has existed since the end of the medi... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Apartment 1, St. David's House was built as a coffee tavern in the 1880s. It's in the heart of beautiful Cranbrook, close to Union Mill, a working windmill which you can see from the bedroom. A minute's walk takes you to local pubs, restaurants, cafes, and in... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Medway Valley walk is a linear route follows just over 28 miles along the banks of the River Medway.
All walkers are bound to enjoy the diversity of landscapes along the river.
These vary from the busy market towns of Tonbridge and Rochester through ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
This early 12th-century building has plenty of exposed beams, some low ceilings and a small seating area on a mezzanine floor that makes a good addition to the small floor area. The large inglenook fireplace provides a warm welcome in winter. Formerly a café,... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Voted one of the top 10 woods for bluebells by the Woodland Trust, Hucking Estate is best enjoyed in spring as the magical carpet of flowers extends between the trees.
You and your dog can enjoy a beautiful circular stroll through the picturesque woodland ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Mote Park is one of the most popular parks in the county. With plenty of opportunity to dive off the beaten track and follow one of the winding paths and trails through the trees, the park bursts to life in Autumn.View Walk
Once a hunting ground for royalty, King’s Wood is now a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and remains home to a herd of fallow deer.
There are some hills and uneven terrain in this walk, so make sure you bring sturdy shoes. This is a walk with ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Ham Street Woods is part of the larger Orlestone Forest, a fragmented area of woodland that is the remnant of a continuous oak forest that once covered the Weald.
As well as being one of the first National Nature Reserves to be designated in 1952, Ham Stre... (click the button below to read more)View Walk