Based on a 7 night stay
Dog-friendly cottages in Gairloch
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Dog-friendly self-catering accommodation in Gairloch
Located on the atmospheric and craggy coast of Wester Ross, there’s a choice of idyllic dog-friendly cottages in Gairloch, a friendly village perfect for exploring the north-west Highlands. Across the beautiful area surrounding Gairloch, self-catering dog-friendly properties include traditional manses, contemporary Scandinavian-style houses, cosy bothies, secluded lodges and spacious detached family homes. Throughout this spectacular region, there’s a delightful range of dog-friendly accommodation for couples, families and larger groups discovering the sandy beaches, rocky shorelines and rugged hills of this awe-inspiring area. Self-catering Gairloch holidays are ideal for exploring the Applecross Peninsula, one of the most scenic spots of Scotland’s west coast. There are miles of spellbinding walks for your canine companions, perfect for a dog-friendly holiday in Scotland, with chances to glimpse local wildlife including the occasional whale out to sea.
Offering a variety of dog-friendly cottages, Gairloch makes a fantastic base for following Scotland’s famous North Coast 500 route and the Scottish Highlands, or for simply enjoying the views across the loch to Raasay, Skye and the Western Isles. Local activities include walking, cycling, fishing, pony trekking and golf as well as plenty of water sports. Remote dog-friendly beaches include Big Sand, with views over to the uninhabited Longa Island. You can help your four-legged friends explore the estate at Inverewe, or head inland to the tranquil Loch Maree, a fantastic lake with more than 40 tiny islands. Close to the loch is the beautiful Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, famed for its mountainous peaks, ancient woodlands and rare birds including crossbills and golden eagles.