Heading to Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate with your four legged friend? We have put together information to help including beach byelaws, attractions that accept dogs and pet friendly accommodation
Heading to the Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate coast with your four legged friend and not sure where they are welcome?
Click on the links below, where we have listed details to help if you are planning to bring your dog to the coast, including beach byelaws, attractions that accept dogs and pet friendly accommodation;
Find the perfect place for you both to rest your head from hotels and guesthouses to self-catering cottages
From grottos and tunnels to mini golf and guided walks, your four-legged friend can join the adventures
Whether it's breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a drink many of our hospitality venues welcome man’s best friend. Dog Friendly Beaches
Dog Friendly Beaches
The sandy beaches of Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate offer the perfect playground for dogs to let off some steam running around chasing a ball or jumping in the waves. Dogs are permitted on most of our beaches all year round with restrictions in place between 1st May and 30th September. There are beach byelaws and some restrictions to help protect our coastline and the marine, bird and wildlife around it
Sharing the Coast with our Wildlife
Don’t forget to watch out for winter birds during October to March, as they can be easily disturbed by dogs and need to be protected. To find out more about responsible dog walking and how you can look after our coastal environment, click here.
Dog Training Videos
Bird Wise East Kent has teamed up with Beeching Animal Behaviour Consultancy to create a series of training videos for dogs and their owners, each focussing on a specific command: Sit, Stay, Leave, Heel and Recall. The videos show how you can safely share the coast with nature and avoid disturbing migratory birds, they are available on YouTube.
*Please help keep walks enjoyable for all by being a responsible owner: Keep dogs in sight, bag and bin, and watch out for birds and wildlife*