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Dog-friendly glamping in Kent

Grab your dog and head off for a glamping weekend in sunny Kent. The ‘Garden of England’ has one of the warmest climates in the UK and plenty of idyllic spots to make the most of the good weather. Grapes thrive as much as humans (and animals) in this part of the country, and you’ll find a booming wine industry where vineyard tours abound. Play wild games of chase on windswept beaches, explore the hills of the Kent Downs and soak up some history at dog-friendly attractions like Dover Castle.

Recommended dog-friendly places

These are our most popular dog-friendly glamping locations in Somerset. Our team have visited every single one personally, to find only the most special and quirky spaces that we just know you'll want to visit.
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The Beach House

The Beach House

From £195 p/n
Cabin on the beach with decking leading onto the beach
Sandy Toes Beach House at Shellbeach

Sandy Toes Beach House at Shellbeach

From £300 p/n
Cabin with fire pit and outdoor seating
Hedgehog Hall

Hedgehog Hall

From £115 p/n

Why book a dog-friendly holiday in Kent with Canopy & Stars?

We personally inspect every one of our pet-friendly glamping places in Kent to ensure they’ve got all the ingredients (including dog biscuits) for a relaxing break. There’s no compromise because you’ve brought the pup — you’ll find hot tubs, spacious decks with reclining loungers, pubs within walking distance and oodles of wide open space to explore together.

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About dog-friendly glamping in Kent

Who we are

Canopy & Stars started with a big idea, to help more people find a life more wild. A life unfettered by to-do lists and pinging phone alerts. We now have over 800 spaces in our collection and we work in close partnership with our amazing owners to get to know their glamping spaces in intimate detail. Hundreds of our places are dog-friendly so your choices aren’t limited when you bring your four-legged friend. The best treehouses, cabins, shepherd’s huts and geodomes in the UK and Europe are yours to unwind in.

Our dog-friendly glamping breaks in Kent

No two dog-friendly getaways in Kent are the same when you book with us. We’ve got snug little shepherd’s huts, gorgeous beach houses with exhilarating sea breezes (and romantic sundowner spots) and a hobbity eco-cabin with its own hot tub. The thing they all have in common is doorstep access to nature — rolling fields, sweeping beaches and leafy lanes are waiting outside the front door. If your pup hates the car, there’s no need to get back in it until it’s time to go home.

We care about responsible travel

As wildlife, nature and dog lovers, we’re passionate about doing our bit to protect the planet. We’ve set a goal to achieve carbon net zero by 2030, we have a charitable trust that supports environmental causes and we’ve pledged to limit the amount of places we offer in over-touristed areas. You can read more about our goals in our impact report.

What to do with your dog in Kent

Sniff out the best that Kent has to offer with your loyal companion at your side. Go for tail-wagging runs on Dumpton Gap Beach in Broadstairs, hunt for sticks on the trails at Bedgebury Forest and take your hound for a chug along the tracks on The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. When you start to flag, head to one of Kent’s many dog-friendly gastropubs and indulge in some superb seafood washed down with a glass of local English sparkling wine.

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