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Luxury dog-friendly cottages in Scotland
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Luxury holidays in Scotland with dogs
Delve into our handpicked selection of luxury dog-friendly cottages in Scotland, and find your match. Scotland is made for family-friendly adventures, where four-legged friends can also join you at the most stylish of retreats. Whether you prefer a bustling city escape to Edinburgh, shoreside scampers in Argyll, munro hikes in the Highlands, ancient castles or wildlife wanders on remote coastline, we’ve got you covered with our range of Scottish cottages. You’ll find everything you need in your dog-friendly holiday cottage so there’s less packing to do. Your hound may find her own dog bed waiting, an enclosed garden, or a private lake perhaps to call her own. Luxury cottages feature extra treats for humans too from bubbly hot tubs and private cinemas to heated pools.
Whether you choose a city break, the Scottish wilderness, or remote islands, your family are sure to fall in love with Scotland. Harry Potter fans should board the ‘Hogwart’s Express’ steam train from Fort William to Mallaig, one of the world’s top rail journeys. Ferry from Mallaig to the enchanting Isle of Skye and see the most curious of geological landmarks; or ferry to the Knoydart Peninsula and discover mountainbike trails, forest walks and delicious pub feasts to enjoy with friends. Discover Scotland’s Highland Games in summer, visit the birthplace of Robert Burns in Ayrshire, or dare to elope to Gretna Green where you can visit the museum or tie the knot over the blacksmith’s anvil. Book luxury holidays in Scotland with dogs and enjoy the most memorable of family holidays.
Our guide to dog-friendly holidays in Scotland offers even more extra information on how to enjoy Scotland with your pup in tow.