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Dog Friendly Cottages and Bed & Breakfasts in Scotland

Farm Stay dog friendly holiday cottages and B&Bs are the perfect way to explore the rugged and natural beauty of Scotland with your dog in-toe. Farm Stay dog friendly accommodation islocated on real working farms in the heart of the countryside; the perfect place for you and your dogs to relax and use as a base to explore the vastness of the Scottish countryside.

Scotland has miles and miles of beautiful rural walking ..its numerous Lochs offer some of the most beautiful views and walks in the whole of the UK. Loch Ness is obviously the most famous but other impressive Lochs include Loch Awe and Loch Lomond.
Of equal fame to Scotland’s Lochs are undoubtedly the Highlands. A huge expanse of heath, woodland and mountains, the Highlands are Britain’s wildest location and surely the ultimate dog walking location. The Highlands are so untouched it’s entirely possible you could walk your dog all day and not meet another person. For the keen eyed-observer Scotland also offers a host of unique wildlife that might be glimpsed, from the wildcat and mountain hair to the White Tailed Eagle, Scotland is the only place these rare animals can be seen.
The lowlands of Scotland also have much to offer; the beach at Ayr offers the glimpse of Dolphins and is also a perfect place to bring you dog. Away from the wildness, the cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh offer great day trips, with much to explore and discover in the cities.

Holidays in Scotland are virtually made for people with dogs. There is a plethora of walks across the country, boasting some of the most breath taking scenery in not just the UK but Europe in general. Farm Stay dog-friendly cottages and B&Bs give you the chance to discover all of this natural beauty with your dog by your side.

Here are Farm Stay’s selection of Dog Friendly Holiday properties in Scotland.

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