9 Dog Friendly Cottages in Scotland With Hot Tubs to Rent
Discover the best dog friendly cottages in Scotland with hot tubs from the Trossachs National Park in central Scotland to the sandy beaches of the coastline.
These simmering hot tub escapes up and down Scotland are enviably based in areas of outstanding natural beauty for you and your dog, some with stunning Sea views whilst others are nestled in the Forests of the National Parks for a luxurious romantic break with a fantastic private hot tub.
Have a look at some of the top hot tub properties for you and dogs we found this year.
9 Dog Friendly Hot Tub Breaks in Scotland
Like a precious gem, Scotland has many facets. From the wild and untouched Highlands and splendid Cairngorms National Park to the cultural city of Edinburgh, there is plenty to touch your soul. Luxury dog friendly properties in Scotland with hot tubs are becoming increasingly popular thanks to the choice of places to roam together and a wide selection of activities on offer, making it the perfect holiday destination with four legged friends.
The coast in Scotland is a staggering 6,000 miles long on the mainland, and there are hundreds of islands too. From one of the many pet friendly hot tub properties in Scotland, you can visit the historic castles, craggy coastline and Caerlaverock and Galloway Forest, which provides jaw dropping views.
Major Scotland towns and cities such as Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and Dumfries are waiting for a visit, too – Scotland dog friendly holidays offer something unique to everyone.
A charming open-plan cottage for friends or family boasting spectacular uninterrupted sea views. It has two bedrooms, a shower room and is perfect for a small family.
A range of facilities includes a wood burner with logs, a Sky tv with sky sports, and a barbecue.
Close to the local university town, enjoy a range of eateries, art galleries and museums. Try your hand at one of the famous golf courses locally, or take a trip to the beach alongside your dog instead.
Destination:St Andrews, Fife
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £711 – £1,670
This beautiful period farmhouse is in a countryside setting accompanied by idyllic views, five bedrooms, two king-size, two twins, and a double. It also has five bathrooms and its own private hot tub.
There is fishing about five miles away and farm activities onsite, including feeding the chickens. Head into Eyemouth with it’s delightful harbour and enjoy a day on the seaside with pets or on the Berwick coastline.
Destination: Chirnside, Scottish Borders
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,323 – £2,705
A beautiful large holiday accommodation overlooking the Highlands with incredible coastal views. It has a king-size bedroom, two twins, and one family bathroom.
There is a spacious enclosed decked area enjoying a fantastic private hot tub to enjoy far-reaching views of Scotland. You are enviably positioned here between Glenco and the slopes of Ben Nevis to explore alongside your dog.
Destination: Onich, The Highlands
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,870 – £3,010
A luxury loch-side cabin plus amazing views of Loch Long and a super king-size bedroom and king-size bedroom that sleeps a family of four. It boasts a private hot tub with a wraparound slate veranda.
There is also a jukebox, wet room, beamed ceilings and unsurpassed low views from all angles, it is a family friendly holiday home with a difference. Sailing and boating are activities available on Loch Long, or visit the Linn Botanic Gardens at the head of Cove Bay in the north with your four legged friend.
Destination: Cove, Argyll and Bute
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £3,881 – £4,867
An idyllic holiday rental providing a beautiful romantic retreat for couples boasting one king-size bedroom and an en suite bathroom.
There’s a large grass garden and a patio area, and you can enjoy stunning views over Sandy Hills Bay in the private hot tub. Further afield in Dumfries and Galloway, you have Castle Douglas, which is 13 miles.
Destination: Sandyhills, Dumfries and Galloway
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £855 – £1,495
This fabulous detached cottage near Arbroath is ideal for a small family and has a king-size bedroom and two bathrooms. There is a smart TV in the lounge and a wood burner whilst outside, there is a large seating area on a patio as well as a fire pit, private hot tub and barbecue.
Crombie and Monikie country parks are eight miles and have a range of woodland walks and stunning scenery. The historic city of Dundee is 18 miles for a day trip.
Destination: Redford, Angus
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £955 – £2,016
A memorable family friendly rural getaway for a group, this cottage contains four bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a fire pit, BBQ and wood burner, and the fully enclosed garden has a seating area and a fantastic private hot tub.
Locally, fishing, walking, and cycling are all available within 10 miles of this property. Oban is 27 miles away and has many restaurants, cafes, and shops to explore.
Destination: Dalavich, Argyll and Bute
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £853 – £1,925
Not all dog friendly hot tub holidays in Scotland are as luxury as this, with a superb stylish open-plan, this cottage is surrounded by outstanding natural beauty and has three bedrooms, a king-size bedroom, two bathrooms, and a utility room. There’s off-road parking, an enclosed garden with a BBQ and a private hot tub to relax in.
It’s the perfect location for families to explore Kirriemuir, which is just 12 miles away and known as a fairy tale town. The golf course at Carnoustie is available within 25 miles, where you can play with friends.
Destination: Glencolva, Scotland
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,210 – £2,686
No matter how bijou or how grand your destination is in this neck of the woods, the cottages, surroundings and people will have you coming back time and again. The Scottish countryside and coast are varied and host activities and interests to suit everyone, including the dog. Be it a lavish lodge near Loch Ness or Scottish cottage, both provide ultimate relaxation after a long day out for you and the dog. You can also browse enclosed garden Scotland accommodation where you can soak up the views.
These dog friendly cottages with hot tubs in Scotland can be whatever you want, whether that’s a small luxurious contemporary romantic retreat which is pet friendly or you are celebrating an occasion and need a large charming self-catering cottages for the whole family. Either way, Scotland is sure to provide for families and a pooch, so what are you waiting for, go ahead and book one of the dog friendly cottages that boast hot tubs today!