Dog Friendly Cottages in Scotland

With almost 2,000 dog friendly cottages in Scotland to choose from, you will soon discover the perfect venue for your next holiday. This beautiful country in the top part of the British Isles has some spectacular scenery and rugged terrain to explore with your dog on holiday.


mountain dog walks in scotland

Scotland needs little introduction. Its mountains, lochs, beaches and vibrant cities are famous the world over. But did you know that Scotland is also a nation of dog lovers? It's little surprise then that many of the holiday homes and cottages in this country are positively dog friendly.





Choose Scotland for Dog Friendly Holidays

glencoe Scotland

A dog friendly cottage can provide you with an ideal base to explore the local scenery and  attractions while on holiday with your dog in Scotland. Forget hotels and guest houses - you get much more for your money when you stay in a self catering holiday let. You not only get the freedom to set your own timetable, you also get more space to relax and unwind and the ability to prepare your own meals, which is very important after your dog walking adventures in this rugged country.


First for Pet Friendly Cottages in Scotland

pet friendly holidays Scotland

Scotland is one of the UK's top regions for tourism. See Visit Scotland for inspiration. It attracts millions of visitors each year so it's understandable that there are many accommodation options available, including thousands of superb pet friendly cottages and holiday homes in idyllic locations in the countryside, on the coast or in the city.




Why Visit Scotland for a Holiday With Your Dog

edinburgh street scene scotland

Scotland is an amazing holiday destination. From the Highlands to the Islands to the Borders, this country has a diverse range of landscapes and attractions to explore. You could head to Aviemore for the Caringorms National Park, or Fort William under the shadow of Ben Nevis - Britain's highest mountains. Or you could skip across to the Isles of Skye, Mull or Lewis.

With its rich history and culture, Edinburgh is one of the highlights of a visit north of the border. Scotland's second city Glasgow is also a powerhouse of attractions and events, and a thriving arts scene. For glorious scenery head to Inverness in the north of the country for historic architecture overlooking the Moray Firth.


Book a Dog Friendly Cottage in Scotland

So why not visit Scotland for your next holiday with your dog. It's an amazing country where dogs can enjoy wide-open space and the comfort of idyllic holiday homes. Check availability at these dog friendly cottages in Scotland and book your next adventure north of the border with us.

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Dog friendly holiday cottages in Scotland