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Scotland is a land of myth and mystery. From the Loch Ness Monster to Kelpies, there are many tales of mysterious creatures here. With amazing wild areas to explore this place of mystery is a great place to go with your dog.

Up and down the country you will find plenty of dog friendly cottages for your stay. From the remote and hard to reach, to spots near the beautiful city of Edinburgh, there is lots of choice in Scotland. It has great cultural attractions; it’s famed for its impressive castles, and miles of rugged wilderness to explore. Although they might not be the warmest you will also find stunning beaches along the Scottish coast, many of which are also dog friendly.

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Dog Friendly Cottages In Scotland To Rent

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Scotland is a land of myth and mystery. From the Loch Ness Monster to Kelpies, there are many tales of mysterious creatures here. With amazing wild areas to explore this place of mystery is a great place to go with your dog.

Up and down the country you will find plenty of dog friendly cottages for your stay. From the remote and hard to reach, to spots near the beautiful city of Edinburgh, there is lots of choice in Scotland. It has great cultural attractions; it’s famed for its impressive castles, and miles of rugged wilderness to explore. Although they might not be the warmest you will also find stunning beaches along the Scottish coast, many of which are also dog friendly.

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What our customers are saying about our dog friendly cottages in scotland to rent.

  1. Heather

    Verified purchase

    "Spotlessly clean. More spacious than it looks. Comfortable (although as restless sleepers we would have preferred / slept better in a king sized bed). Large enclosed garden was perfect for our dog, who thankfully didn't bark when horses went past. It would have been helpful to have a map of the local area with walks marked (there were some notes in the visitors welcome book but it wasn't clear if you could walk on the estate itself). As you leave the private road for which the cottage was gatehouse, turn right and walk for just a few minutes to get to quiet woodland walks opposite and behind the white church. Saw deer, rabbits, hares and what I think were buzzards. Didn't see sheep or cows near the cottage but don't know if animals are moved around the farm. A little unusual to be left a delicious lemon drizzle cake, and flowers from the garden, instead of the usual basics of bread and milk but not complaining! There is a shop in the village close by - a 10-15 min walk. Shower noisy but worked fine, not just a trickle - though water takes a while to drain. Wifi worked too and, thankfully, so did the TV, with just a bit of occasional picture disturbance (critically, nothing to spoil my partner's enjoyment of the World Cup!). We would certainly recommend it and hope to stay here again."
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  2. Jayne

    Verified purchase

    "Probably the most beautiful building and incredible location we've stayed in. Perfect for walking the dog, close to beaches and lovely views from the lounge. Lots of lovely touches such as quaint lampshades/cushions etc and bathrooms and bed were very clean.On the downside, it was very cramped with lots of unnecessary extras... Like 144 cookery books in the kitchen... And a very dusty spice rack with some spices dating back to 2007... Also, for practicality, we would have preferred hard floors as we had to vacuum every day because of our very hairy little dog. Would have been easier to keep clean with hard floors. We could actually smell dog when we got there - particularly up the stairs (and dogs aren't allowed upstairs...)Finally, really cheap soap and shower gel seemed out of place in such a lovely place. Perhaps if they had been dispensed into nice containers, we might not have noticed...We did have a lovely, relaxing week there however and would recommend it if these issues were addressed."
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  3. Dave

    Verified purchase

    "S87937 is spacious and well equipped, (very comfy beds!) and Andrew the owner was very helpful from start to finish. There are fantastic views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and out to sea. We spent ages watching the ships coming and going or looking for seals and Dolphins, so take some binoculars! Car parking is just across the road and the railway station is less than 5 minutes walk with frequent trains into Edinburgh (40 minutes and £9 return) or north to Dundee and beyond. The beach is 2 minutes walk and located on the Fife coastal path so ideal for those wanting to wander further afield. Kinghorn has all the local amenities you need (shops/pubs etc) and Kirkcaldy is less than 10 minutes by car/train if you need more. We’ll definitely be coming back next time we are looking to stay in the area."
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  4. Charles

    Verified purchase

    "S59421 is an old gate house cottage in a quiet location in the Fife countryside, but only a 10 mins walk to the nearest village with shops. We chose it for its location and because they allowed a dog to stay for our 2 week booking. We arrived in wintery conditions, snow on the ground and very cold. Unfortunately the heating was not on, it took 24 hours to warm the old cottage. There was a very nice homemade baked lemon drizzle cake along with bread, tea and coffee to welcome us. The log burning stove in the sitting room was lovely and cosy, with plenty of logs in the outdoor store to burn. The washing machine was very helpful during our 2 week stay, and an iron was provided but no ironing board? We enjoyed walks with Sebastian our standard poodle on the farm area and surrounding woods."
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  5. Lesley

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed at S87937 over the Easter holiday with our two dogs. There is an entrance at the rear of the property that leads straight into a utility and then into a lovely large kitchen that you can easily sit,relax and eat. The utility allowed us to dry the dogs off before entering the rest of the apartment, if that is a concern to anyone. The décor was very well done and even though modern was very homely. I would recommend anyone to stay especially if you have pets because the beach is opposite to walk the dogs. We even took them to the Auld House pub for a pint after a walk. Andrew the owner is very helpful and can make any recommendations if required."
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