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Dog-friendly cottages in Inverness
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Pet-friendly accommodation in Inverness
Offering a fantastic choice of self-catering accommodation, dog-friendly cottages in Inverness are perfect for enjoying a peaceful break in this historic, vibrant and diverse city on the Moray Firth. Our dog-friendly cottages that Inverness has to offer include pretty, terraced riverside properties, stylish townhouses, delightful coastal lodges, spacious Victorian houses and wonderfully secluded purpose-built holiday homes in Inverness. A wonderful base for exploring the Scottish Highlands, dog-friendly accommodation is ideal for couples looking for a quiet retreat, groups of friends celebrating a reunion or a family enjoying a well-earned holiday. With a fantastic choice of pet-friendly accommodation, Inverness is perfect for keen walkers, hikers, cyclists and nature-lovers. Inverness is home to some fabulous independent shops, a Victorian Market and plenty of dog-friendly cafes, restaurants, galleries and pubs.
Inverness is a wonderful city for dogs to explore, with miles of breathtaking walks to follow. The River Ness leads via Loch Dochfour and out to the legendary Loch Ness. You can also view historic and prehistoric sites including the Clava Cairns and the Culloden Battlefield, or visit coastal resorts including Nairn and Lossiemouth along the Moray Firth, with chances to spot dolphins in the sea. There are some lovely walks with destinations including the Ness Islands, the historic Culloden Forest, Daviot Wood, Ord Hill with its marvellous views over the city, and the 4,000 acres of the stunning Brahan Estate where you may spot red kites and roe deer. Heading a little further south, you can dive into the majestic Cairngorms National Park.