For a relatively small nation, bonny Scotland's pet-friendly holiday offering is impressive. If you're the type that holidays in Scotland with dogs, there are certain regions that will spoil you for choice.
The further North you venture, the higher the density of dog-friendly holiday destinations. Aberdeenshire is home to the incredible, historic 1,000 acre Forglen Estate Country Cottages, the perfect place for your dog to explore.
If you and your dog are the outdoor type, then Craegan House in Strathyre will be perfect. Sitting at the foot of the forested slopes leading to Glen Ample, this one of the most picturesque places in the British Isles. If you're the owner of a West Highland White Terrier, why not return him to his natural habit for one the most memorable holidays in Scotland with dogs.
Dumfries and Galloway in the South-West of Scotland boasts arresting countryside and valuable proximity to Loch Lomond, one of Scotland's top tourist attractions. It's also home to Gubhill Farm Steading flats, two self-catering flats ideally located between unspoiled valleys and forests.
What could be better than getting out and about amongst the fern, the heather and the hills? Scotland caters exceptionally well for holidays with dogs, especially for people who want to involve their dog in their activities, rather than just leaving him waiting in the hotel room.
The Hilton Group, although they don't make a big fuss about it, are completely pet friendly and allow well-behaved dogs.The Hilton Group, although they don't make a big fuss about it, are completely pet friendly and allow well-behaved dogs. So for those who prefer the convenience and culture of Scotland's big cities, both Edinburgh and Glasgow have a wide choice of venues for holidays in Scotland with dogs.
- Forglen Lodge