Make your holiday dog-friendly
We have picked some locations for you to ensure that you and your furry friend have the best holidays ever.
Loch Lomond & Trossachs national park
Fancy long walks with your dog? Then Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park might be the perfect place for you. There are a lot of hills where you can take dog walks with a view. The stunning nature attracts many hikers all year long. On a clear day on Strone Hill, you and your little friend can see up to the Clyde to Glasgow. If you fancy a night under the stars you could even go “wild camping” in the Trossachs National Park.
Glenmore forest park
Glenmore Forest Park is the perfect place to experience ancient forests and high mountains at once. If you like beautiful scenery, you and your dog will love Glenmore Forest Park with its century-old trees and rare wildflowers, not to forget the astonishing Loch Morlich. Long walks in the forest and lying on the sandy beach afterwards? What could you want more?
Failford Inn in Mauchline
Did you know that there is an award for the most dog-friendly pub in Scotland? This year's winner is the Failford Inn in Mauchline, and owner Sarah Sutherland is a dog lover herself and said she loves her “doggie customers”, which she, according to some reviews, treats “like royalty. The pub has beautiful walks in its area and is the perfect place to relax and try some Scottish haggis.
Have you ever dreamed of going on a steamship and sail a true Scottish loch? We might have found the perfect place for you and the best thing is, you can bring your four-legged friend along. The world famous steamship on Loch Katrine is named after the Scottish poet Sir Walter Scott. After enjoying the nature you and your dog can relax in the Steamship Cafe with a view over Loch Katrine.
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