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Dog Friendly Hotels Scotland

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For dog-owners and their pets Scotland should be a must-visit holiday destination. From the stunning mountain landscapes of the Highlands to the rolling farmland of the borders, the country has some of the most spectacular dog-walking country in the world. Of course, it is also an unmissable holiday spot for those who love golf and other sports, history and culture, delicious food and, perhaps, a dram or two.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve curated a selection of luxurious dog friendly hotels in Scotland for you to explore on Trip Advisor. Read the reviews, compare prices and get the best deals.

Dog Friendly Hotels in Scotland

The list of places that you and your dog can visit in Scotland is full of evocative names – from Loch Ness, with its famous monster, to St. Andrews with its championship golf courses. This is a country where there’s something amazing to discover around every corner. For example, why not visit Glen Coe and take in the grandeur of its scenery, or cross over the bridge to Skye and discover the island’s castles, mountains and fairy pools? Scotland offers an amazingly warm welcome and you’ll be able to enjoy this famous hospitality when you stop to try some of the country’s famous seafood or haggis or when you sample its national drink (which is either whisky or Irn Bru depending on who you talk to).

Fairmont St. Andrews

If you and your dog are looking for the perfect base from which to explore the Home of Golf then you should definitely take a look at the Fairmont, St. Andrews. This 520-acre golf resort offers fine dining and sumptuous rooms, alongside a luxurious spa and two championship golf courses. It enjoys a superb cliff-top location that provides views over the North Sea and St. Andrews itself. To make you pet feel especially welcome, the hotel has specific pet bedrooms and will provide a dog bowl and dog bed for your pooch.

The sweeping entrace to the dog friendly Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland

Gleneagles Hotel

Gleneagles is arguably the most famous golf hotel in Scotland. Boasting five-star luxury, world-famous restaurants and a stunning location in the Highlands, this beautiful resort offers some of the country’s best golf right on the door step. But golf isn’t the only activity on the menu, you can also try your hand at an amazing range of other sporting activities, including shooting, riding, falconry, fishing, off-road driving and archery.

Gleneagles offers a unique treat for dogs. Its Gundog School has a heated kennel so that your pet can stay in the lap of luxury. Kennel staff will look after your dog and can even take them for a walk if needed.

A breathtaking view of Mar Hall, one of the most spectacular dog friendly hotels in Scotland

 

Mar Hall Luxury Hotel, Golf & Spa

If you’re looking for a country retreat that’s still within easy reach of the bright lights of Scotland’s largest city, then Mar Hall Luxury Hotel, Golf & Spa should fit the bill. Just 10 minutes from Glasgow International Airport, the hotel is a grand Edwardian building surrounded by a large woodland estate that you and your dog can explore together. It offers lots of luxurious and sporting facilities, including a spa and a championship golf course.

Discover the Best Dog Friendly Hotels in Scotland

There is a wealth of outstanding dog friendly hotels in Scotland. Explore the best that Scotland has to offer on TripAdvisor, read the reviews and compare prices.

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Scotland is famous for its beautiful mountains and countryside, but its cities are very special too. Edinburgh is a great place to walk around with a dog – you can stroll through Princes Street Gardens in the shadow of the Castle, or explore hidden corners such as the pathway that follows the Water of Leith, the river that snakes through the city. Glasgow is another great city to take your pet walkies – head to the famous Botanic Gardens or just walk through the city centre, soaking up the city’s vibrant energy.

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