Based on a 7 night stay
Dog-friendly cottages in Applecross
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Pet-friendly self-catering accommodation in Applecross
Set in the extreme north-west of Scotland and offering extraordinary scenery, there’s a fabulous range of dog-friendly cottages in Applecross. Deep in the Scottish Highlands, overlooking the waters of the Inner Sound, Applecross offers magnificent views out across to Raasay, an isolated island in the Hebrides. Ideal for dogs and their owners seeking an idyllic and peaceful Highland bolthole, the secluded, spellbinding and atmospheric peninsula of Applecross provides a range of attractive dog-friendly accommodation. Applecross self-catering pet-friendly accommodation includes remote studio cottages, spacious family apartments, traditional stone cottages and attractive coastal retreats. With a delightful choice of dog-friendly cottages, Applecross makes a lovely destination for couples seeking a romantic getaway, families exploring this stunning part of the west coast of Scotland, or for groups of friends celebrating a reunion.
Two roads cross the peninsula, making our Applecross cottages a great base for visiting quaint and traditional crofting outposts including Culduie, Lonbain, Kalnakill and Camusterrach. The area is rich in wildlife, with opportunities to spot dolphins off the coast, as well as deer, otters and golden eagles. There are plenty of local attractions for your canine companion to find including the beautiful woodland of Rassal Ashwood, the ruins of Strome Castle and the spectacular Bealach na Ba Viewpoint, perfect for your dog-friendly holiday. There are plenty of pet-friendly attractions inland including the Torridon Countryside Centre and Attadale Gardens, as well as charming villages including Torridon and Lochcarron. The peninsula is bordered by Loch Carron and Loch Torridon, which provide many miles of memorable country walks for you and your four-legged pals.