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Dog-friendly cottages in Ullapool
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Pet-friendly cottages & accommodation in Ullapool
Browse our wonderful selection of dog-friendly cottages in Ullapool and start planning your trip to north-west Scotland where the whole family can join in the fun. Situated on Loch Broom in Wester Ross, the village port of Ullapool is ideal for families and friends who love to go off-grid. From the charming harbour and waterside setting, to the warming Gulf Stream, enjoy the area’s harmonious mix of verdant landscapes, lofty peaks, and wild rugged terrain. On dreich days, take a dip in the pool at the Ullapool Leisure Centre, before returning to the comfort of one of our pet-friendly Ullapool cottages where hounds can curl up by a warm fire, or romp around an enclosed garden, while culinary guests rustle up a delicious feast to enjoy in the cosiest of dog-friendly accommodation.
Enjoy lazy beach days while dogs scamper freely on the rugged shores of Wester Ross. Fish in ancient lochs surrounded by lofty hills and mountain views. Join the scenic North Coast 500 at Ullapool and discover Alba’s wilderness; or take a car ferry from Ullapool to explore the Outer Hebrides. At our Ullapool cottages, you’re at the gateway to the north-west Highlands, so it’s also the place to bag a Munro or take a challenging bike ride. Hike Stac Pollaidh (14 miles), Cul Mor and Cul Beag (12 miles). Or visit the Knockan Crag National Nature Reserve (12 miles) within the North West Highlands Geopark in Assynt. Book one of our dog-friendly cottages in Ullapool and enjoy the most magical of family escapes to Scotland.
For even more adventures, discover our favourite dog-friendly holidays in Scotland, or more great dog-friendly places to stay in the Scottish Highlands.