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Bring the dog on your holiday and lap up everything the South East has to offer with welcoming accommodation, pubs, restaurants, events and activities.

Our ruff guide of the best dog friendly places to visit will ensure you'll never have to leave your beloved pet at home.

Dog Friendly Beaches in South East England

The South East is a fabulous place for dog walking and provides an immense variety of landscapes to enjoy, from hills, parkland and woodlands to river valleys with most Country Parks welcoming of four legged friends.

There are many dog friendly beaches for days out in South East England, but most have restrictions at certain times of the year so please check before you travel with the relevant local authority. The Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate coast is a perfect area for you and your chum.

Best Dog Friendly Accommodation in South East England

  • Wallops Wood Cottages in Hampshire was crowned dog friendly accommodation provider of the year at the 2017/18 Beautiful South Awards. They actively welcome dogs and provide information on where to go and where to eat with dogs in the local area.
  • Hurley Riverside Park is a pet friendly caravan and camping touring park right next to the River Thames with access to scenic walks and a dog wash for post exercise cleaning!
  • Hilton Garden Inn Abingdon Oxford, with pet-friendly rooms, is less than eight miles away from vibrant Oxford and a mile from the historic landmarks of the quaint market town of Abingdon.
  • All the self catering cottages at Burgate Manor Farm on the edge of the New Forest are dog friendly. From the farm you can walk into the New Forest along the Avon Valley Footpath or stroll around the 250 Acres of farm land including the bank of 1.5 miles of the River Avon. 
  • On the Isle of Wight, The Mill House at Brighstone accepts up to two dogs and has a large private garden, feeding bowls and a doggie welcome gift.
  • Your dog can join you on your holiday to the South East too with Canine Cottages.
  • Set in Thatcham in Berkshire, Manor Farm Courtyard Cottages, your four legged friend will love the historic surroundings of the historic village its set within.

Top dog friendly places to visit in South East England

  • For a great family day out and miles of beautiful pathways ideal for dog walking, head to Hampshire and visit Beaulieu, Home of the National Motor Museum or Gilbert White's House & Garden where dogs are allowed in the beautiful gardens only.
  • The forest tracks of Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest in Kent are perfect for allowing your four legged friends exercise off the lead and Rubie the Schnauzer has written her very own canine guide to the area.
  • The Isle of Wight is a superb destination to visit with your four legged friend and your dog travels to the island free of charge on car ferry routes and Hovertravel services. Most beaches allow dogs all year round, there are more than 500 miles of footpaths for dogs to tire their owners and plenty of top attractions are welcoming such as Osborne, the Isle of Wight Steam Railway and the Needles Landmark Attraction. Dogs travel free on Wightlink’s three ferry routes linking the Isle of Wight to the south coast (when accompanied by a well-behaved owner!).
  • Shopping can sometimes be a restricted pastime, but most of Gunwharf Quays' 90+ premium retail outlets accept dogs in their stores.
  • Dogs are welcome at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre near Aylesbury.
  • Chiltern Open Air Museum Discover 2000 years of Chilterns history by exploring over 30 historic buildings that were the workplace or homes of ordinary people. Learn about traditional skills, farming, lifestyle and local history while taking in the beautiful scenery of the Chilterns countryside.
  • Painshill, Surrey offers the ideal chance for garden lovers to explore this beautiful landscaped gardens with their friendly dogs too.
  • Ashford Designer Outlet, Kent, is a dog-friendly centre. Four-legged friends are welcome in most of our stores, just look for the pawprint sticker in the window of participating brands. Why not pop into Guest Services for a dog biscuit and a drink from our doggy fountain.

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