Dog friendly hotels

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Dog friendly hotels

Airds Hotel 

We welcome guests with dogs at our country house hotel on the West Coast of Scotland. They will love the surrounding countryside and our beautiful grounds as much as you do!

We just ask that they are not left unattended in the bedroom and as we are a busy country house hotel we do ask that dogs are not allowed in the public areas - however they are more then welcome to sit with you in the conservatory where some of the best views can be seen! We can provide food for your dog if provided with advance notice and equally we have dog blankets readily available. The Junior Suite is a popular room for guests with dog/s as this room has a private patio which leads straight out to the car park.

We will do our very best to provide your pet and you with everything you need for your perfect holiday. and we will try our upmost to accommodate any special requirements where possible or you can call in advance to ensure that all you need is in place in advance.

Don't forget though that dogs are very welcome if you are staying at our self catering holiday cottage and this of course can be a popular option for guests with dogs.

There is a nominal charge of £10 per night for each dog.

Boath House Lodges 

Meikle Cottage – Room Six is a superior suite of rooms just a stone’s throw away from the main building.

Originally the gamekeepers bothy…

The building consists of a lounge area with an antique wood burning stove and leather sofa bed (which can sleep one adult or two smaller children). A large bedroom with kingsize bed which can also be twinned. A bathroom with large walk in shower and adjoining room with a free-standing roll top bath. Meikle Cottage has wonderful views across the gardens and lake and is ideal for guests wishing to bring children and dogs.

Crinan Hotel

Please be sure to advise us in advance if you are bringing a dog to stay at the hotel and please note that their own bedding must be provided. (£15 per dogper day) Dogs are welcome in the Seafood Bar and The General's Bar but are not permitted in the Westward Restaurant.

Well behaved dogs have always been made welcome at the Crinan Hotel.  

There is a great range of options for walks in the Crinan area - you might like a gentle amble along the Canal towpath which is undemanding, a stroll through the woods or for more energetic dogs and their owners, there are hills to climb which give access to panoramic views over the Sound of Jura and the surrounding countryside and many marked trails through the local forests - there is more information on our Walking at Crinan page.   

Please be sure to advise us in advance if you are bringing a dog to stay at the hotel and please note that their own bedding must be provided. (£15 per dog per day)  Dogs are welcome in the Seafood Bar and The General's Bar but are not permitted in the Westward Restaurant. 

Please do not hesitate to ring us if you would like more details or wish to discuss making your reservation - 01546 830261

Note to those who may suffer from allergies to dogs - we only allocate some of our rooms to dog owners so you can be confident that we do have rooms which dogs never stay in - please be sure to advise our reception staff when making your booking so we can allocate a suitable room for you.

Cromlix 

Further to the below please note dogs are welcome in all our bedrooms at Cromlix & Chez Roux just not in any of the public areas such as the lounge or the restaurant, there is no extra fees for brining your dog.

Crossbasket Castle

Dogs are welcome in any of the bedrooms.  We simply ask that they are not left unattended and if they are left in the bedrooms, that they are contained in a travel cage and do not bark or disturb other guests - we can arrange special meals if required and always have towels on hand in case they explore too enthusiastically!  We regret that they are not allowed in the public rooms or areas of the hotel.

Fonab Castle

Loch View Lodge Rooms and Woodland Lodge Rooms Only.  Charge of £30.00 per night applies.  Dogs are not permitted in any area of the main hotel building.  Dog Kennels are also available.  Please note Dogs are NOT permitted in the Superior Lodge Rooms.

Glenapp Castle

Dogs are also welcome at Glenapp with prior arrangement. We have specific rooms suitable for dogs with direct access outside, and we ask that they do not come into the public areas and not left unaccompanied for long period of time in the guest bedroom.

Glencoe House

Pets are welcome at the discretion of the management.

Gleneagles

Yes. In the hotel we are happy to accommodate dogs up to the size of a Labrador. There will be an additional room charge of £100 per dog per night, with additional dogs charged at £100 per dog per night. Your dog will be provided with a dog bed, foam duvet, plastic floor mats with two bowls and a poop scoop set. We also have kennels available on the hotel grounds which are £48 per dog per night, and each additional dog sharing a kennel is £25.

Please note: All dogs should have vaccination certificates with them and are expected to have been treated in advance for worms, fleas and kennel cough, and must have a dog registration form filled out and returned prior to arrival. Please ask resort sales to send you this form at the time of booking. Dogs are also not allowed in restaurant and bar areas.

Dog food is not provided.

If you would like your dog to enjoy all that Gleneagles has to offer too, why not bring them on holiday with you. The Gundog School at Gleneagles has state-of-the-art indoor heated kennels exclusively for dogs belonging to guests, Glenmor owners and members. Each kennel is furnished with a king-size dog bed with a deep, comfortable mattress, so your pet can stay in the lap of luxury.

Kennel staff will clean out, feed and water your dog, and will put it into one of the secure exercise paddocks each morning. Guest access to the kennels is available from 8 am to 9.45 pm. You will be given a key to the kennels and the code to unlock your dog’s personal kennel door so you can take it for walks in the beautiful Perthshire countryside around the hotel. Alternatively, we can walk your dog for you for an additional charge.

Dry dog food is included, or you can bring your own food if your dog has a favourite brand. You can also bring your dog’s own bed and toys if you wish it to have familiar comforts from home.

Owners must supply their dog’s vaccination record one month before checking in, showing that all its vaccinations - including kennel cough - are up-to-date. Further information re specific vaccinations required is available from the Gundog School. Dogs are also permitted in hotel bedrooms – charges apply.

Dogs can share a kennel, with a maximum of two big dogs or three small dogs.

Greywalls Hotel

Dogs are welcome at all ICMI properties in any of the bedrooms with the expectation of Greywalls where dog can only be accommodated in our Cottage Rooms. 

We simply ask that they are not left unattended and if they are left in the bedrooms, that they are contained in a travel cage and do not bark or disturb other guests - we can arrange special meals if required and always have towels on hand in case they explore too enthusiastically!  We regret that they are not allowed in the public rooms or areas of the hotels.

Inverlochy Castle

Dogs are welcome at Inverlochy Castle in any of the bedrooms.  We simply ask that they are not left unattended and if they are left in the bedrooms, that they are contained in a travel cage and do not bark or disturb other guests - we can arrange special meals if required and always have towels on hand in case they explore too enthusiastically!  We regret that they are not allowed in the public rooms or areas of the hotel.

Isle of Erika, Hotel Spa & Island 

Dogs are welcome at Eriska in any of the bedrooms.  We simply ask that they are not left unattended and if they are left in the bedrooms, that they are contained in a travel cage and do not bark or disturb other guests - we can arrange special meals if required and always have towels on hand in case they explore too enthusiastically!  We regret that they are not allowed in the public rooms or areas of the hotel.

Kinloch Lodge

Thank you very much for your message. We are happy for our guests to bring their dogs along. There is a £20 charge per night and dog, unfortunately we cannot allow them in the common areas of the hotel. During your meals we do ask to keep your dog in a cage in your room please, some people opt to have them in their car instead.

Kinross House

With prior notice, we are able to welcome well-behaved dogs! Small daily charge applicable.

Knockingham Lodge 

If you wish to bring your faithful friend we wish to advise that, for a charge of £25.00, we are happy to have one dog per room stay in either our South, Pond or Churchill rooms 

Dogs are permitted in these bedrooms, only by prior notice, and are welcome to enjoy exploring our vast garden and beach areas with their owners

With consideration for our other guests we regret that we do not allow dogs in our restaurant or lounge areas.

The Marcliffe Hotel & Spa

Dogs are especially welcome at The Marcliffe in executive rooms.

The Machrie Hotel & Golf Links 

Dogs are very welcome at The Machrie, we have allocated three Deluxe and two Executive rooms on the ground floor, one bedroom has an ease of access bathroom and two can be connecting rooms. In addition, one Lodge Suite and the Ben Hogan Duplex Suite are also dog friendly.

Dogs are only permitted on the ground floor level of the hotel including our inner courtyard but excluding the Snug.  In addition to the ground floor, the outside restaurant terrace can be accessed from the external staircase, we do not allow dogs inside the restaurant and bar.  We will have ‘public’ water bowls for dogs on the front porch, back entrance (by the 18th hole), on the Courtyard and at the golf academy.

Dogs are charged at a rate of £40 for the full stay, per dog, this includes dog blanket, bowl and treats.

We do politely ask;

that dogs are kept on their leads within public spaces;

that you do not leave your dog alone in the bedroom; and

when exercising your dog outside please ensure you dispose of any mess.

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One Devonshire Gardens & Hotel Du Vin 

The hotel is dog friendly – if you wish to bring your furry friend to stay there is a £10 charge per night.

Once you have made your reservation please do let us know so we can add this to your reservation.

Rocpool Hotel 

I am delighted to say that dogs are welcome at Rocpool Reserve  in any of the bedrooms.  We simply ask that they are not left unattended and if they are left in the bedrooms, that they are contained in a travel cage and do not bark or disturb other guests - we can arrange special meals if required and always have towels on hand in case they explore too enthusiastically!  We regret that they are not allowed in the public rooms or areas of the hotel.

SCHLOSS Roxburghe Hotel 

SCHLOSS Roxburghe is an exceptional country house estate with Championship Golf Course and a range of outdoor activities, nestled in the beautiful Scottish Borders but little more than an hour's drive from both Edinburgh and Newcastle. The elegant property includes 20 bedrooms and suites, many of which are located within the historic house. Cuisine is top quality and varied, with an emphasis on fresh, home-grown produce. There are numerous cosy bars with roaring log fires for leisurely drinks, and the Spa, set to open in the near future, promises to be a first-class wellbeing destination.

Over the course of the next year, an extension will be added to the historic building which will see the addition of 58 bedrooms and suites, new restaurant, extensive spa facilities, swimming pool and purpose built banqueting suite. Please note that due to the development there will be construction taking place on site. Although all measures will be taken to minimise the impact that this has on our guests, we would like to apologise for any disruption that this may cause.

Of course we would be delighted to welcome you dog here!

For £30.00 per night per pet, we provide a comfortable dog bed, water bowl and food bowl.

Dogs are allowed in all areas of the hotel except from our Sunlaws Restaurant. If you would, however, like to dine in the evening with your dog, you are more than welcome to dine in our 1745 Bar.

The Torridon

Dogs are welcome in and around the resort, however there are a few restrictions to allow all guests to enjoy the relaxation that The Torridon Resort offers.  

THE HOTEL

The hotel has a specific suite ‘Chestnut Cottage’ that is our dog-friendly room.  Adults will be spoilt too, given it is a two-room space comprising of a large bedroom and cosy living room with a wood-burning stove. The cottage has its own private outside garden with seating area and it entered from the side of the hotel building.  Its secluded, quiet but with all the five star touches that you would expect from us.  Dogs are not permitted in the public areas of the hotel.

THE GROUNDS

Dogs are welcome in any part of the resort grounds, but we would ask owners to be aware of vehicles moving around on the resort roads as well as other guests on mountain bikes.  Dogs are not allowed to enter the fields where there are cattle.  The walking routes and the hills are great places for our furry friends to get a runabout.

THE INN

Dogs are welcome in the bar area!  Naturally, they should be kept under control and not be a nuisance to other guests, remember that not all guests will be as comfortable with some dogs…especially excitable ones!  All the ground floor rooms at the Inn are dog friendly.