Dog-friendly places to eat and drink

Once you and your best friend have roamed and run the best of Kent's walking territory, you'll need to stop off for refreshment, be it biscuit or burger. Here are some of our recommendations for places to stop off at the end of your day. 

With so many fantastic dog-friendly walks and days out right here in Kent, don't forget to check out our round up of dog-friendly accommodation to make a break of it. 

The Spotted Dog

An appropriately-named rural pub in Penshurst! This traditional country pub welcomes dogs and their owners and offers a regularly-changing menu.

Dine with your dog

The Leicester Arms

If you finish up your trail in Penshurst village be sure to stop off at the Leicester Arms. Seasonal food is on the menu for the human members of the family, while dog treats and water bowls are available for the canines. 

Pets in Penshurst

The Wheel Inn

This Shepherd Neame pub offers a traditional pub pit-stop with a menu packed with freshly cooked food, perfect for when you've worked up an appetite on your walk. Dogs on leads are welcome in the bar.

A warm welcome at the Wheel Inn

The Fitzwalter Arms

Resting in Goodnestone near Canterbury, the pub dates back to 1589! On sunny days, enjoy a spot of lunch in the garden and don't forget to grab a bowl of water for your friend! 

Feast at the Fitzwalter

The George and Dragon

A traditional 13th century inn at the heart of rural village life in Speldhurst, locally-sourced food is fresh off the menu. 

Stop off in Speldhurst

On the promenade at Minster on the Isle of Sheppey, the Sweet Hut is a great place to stop off for tea and cake during a walk on the seafront promenade.

Broadstairs, Margate and Ramsgate

Whether you fancy a pit stop at a cafe, a delicious hand-made pizza, or a cosy spot for a pint and a pie, the coastal towns of Broadstairs, Margate and Ramsgate each offer a range of dog-friendly spots to eat and drink. 

Dine by the coast