5 charming dog friendly pubs in Kent
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Two of the best things in life are relaxing in a pub with a cold glass of ale and spending time with your dog. We have combined these two things and bring you five dog friendly pubs in Kent
King Henry VIII Inn
Dog friendly, large portions of comfort food, a wide range of real ales, and recognised for its efforts to be eco-friendly, the King Henry VIII Inn in Hever seems to have it all.
The Dirty Habit
This charming village pub is over 900 years old and provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of modern urban living. Bring your four legged friend and relax in the Dirty Habit, Hollingbourne the old worldy tavern.
The Tiger Inn
The Tiger Inn in the beautiful village of Stowting is the perfect place to relax after a long ramble in the country with your pooch. The traditional atmosphere will help you unwind as you sip your ale.
The Michelin starred Sportsman in Seasalter prides itself on using fresh produce. With seafood, meat, and vegetables acquired very locally, they also grow food onsite which is picked to order. You and your dog will be welcomed after a walk along the beach.
The Three Tuns
The Three Tuns in Lower Halstow is a great, dog friendly place to relax year round with a decking next to a rambling stream to enjoy in the summer or a traditional country interior to soak in during the colder months.
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