Based on a 7 night stay
Dog-friendly cottages in Aviemore
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Pet-friendly self-catering accommodation in Aviemore
A wonderful holiday base in a stunning part of the Highlands, you can choose from a variety of welcoming dog-friendly cottages in Aviemore. This thriving town and the surrounding area have a choice of dog-friendly self-catering cottages including traditional crofts, spacious Edwardian villas, charming bungalows, converted coaching inns, rural lodges and quirky castles. Located along the northern fringe of the magnificent Cairngorms National Park, pet-friendly cottages in the Aviemore region are ideal for couples seeking romantic retreats, families exploring the spellbinding countryside and groups of friends enjoying a reunion. Providing a range of relaxing dog-friendly accommodation, Aviemore is perfect for taking part in numerous outdoor activities including skiing, water sports and mountaineering, and there are miles of wonderful walks for dogs and their owners to enjoy, making it the perfect base for your next dog-friendly holiday in Scotland.
The fabulous choice of accommodation with dogs in Aviemore makes this a perfect area for your canine companions to experience. Dog-friendly holiday cottages and pet-friendly lodges in Aviemore are ideal for discovering local attractions including the Landmark Forest Adventure Park. Also nearby is Glenmore Forest Park where you will find Loch Morlich Watersports and the Pass of Ryvoan. For guests enjoying some of the area’s fantastic pet-friendly accommodation, Aviemore also has a choice of restaurants and pubs, and is home to the Craigellachie National Nature Reserve. The Rothiemurchus Estate is also close to our Aviemore cottages, with activities including quad trekking, wildlife photography, clay shooting and archery. Dogs can join you on the Strathspey Railway’s steam train, or you can visit the breathtaking Loch an Eilein with its medieval castle.