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Aviemore Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Aviemore

Search the very best dog friendly Aviemore hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Aviemore

Aviemore is in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. It’s a popular destination for visitors to the area and the facilities here are plentiful. The village also boasts a choice of cottages and holiday homes that welcome dogs to stay. Outdoor lovers will enjoy every minute of their stay in Aviemore – there is so much to experience, it’s hard to know what to do first.

Within a short drive you can ski, hike, climb, cycle and kayak to mention just a few of the activities on offer. There are reindeers to visit and whisky distilleries to tour too. With ancient forests, lochs, moors and mountains to discover in the Cairngorms, it’s no wonder dog friendly hot tub breaks in Aviemore are so popular.
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1. The Beehive , Strathdon

Expect to see hens, kid goats and Shetland ponies outside this idyllic Highland hideaway. This shabby chic cabin sleeps two and comes with a full en suite bathroom and fluffy robes. On the decking you can relax in the “love tub” or strike up the BBQ and have your meals alfresco.

Set in the Cairngorms National Park the village of Bellabeg, famous for the yearly Lonach Highland Gathering, is right next door. Pony picnic treks around the area can be arranged. Across the road is the Poldullie, the 400-year-old Jacobite bridge. If you fancy a bit of skiing the Lecht Ski resort is eight miles away.
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2. Ptarmigan Lodge, Nethy Bridge

At the heart of the lodge is a spacious main living area with a solid fuel fire and glass frontage offering stunning river and forest views. Built in a North American ski lodge style it sleeps up to 10 guests, eight in the four bedrooms and two on the snug’s pull-out sofa.

When you are not languishing in the hot tub or eating alfresco on the raised decking you can start by crossing the Nethy into the ancient Abernethy Forest. Cairngorm National Park is at your fingertips where you can choose activities ranging from birdwatching to white water rafting. Lecht Ski Resort is half an hour’s drive.
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3. The Stable, Killiecrankie

One of four River Garry Lodges the Stable sleeps four in two bedrooms, one double and a twin. The living area is tastefully furnished with distinct Highland touches and there is a well-equipped kitchen. Outside the wraparound decking has a hot tub with mountain views and comfy seating for sundowners.

Two miles away is Pitlochry famous for its Enchanted Forest show. Set in Faskally Wood, it’s an award-winning magical event of sound and light. Just a five-minute drive away is Blair Castle, the home of the Duke of Athol. Travel six miles to take the scenic Falls of Bruar hike.
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4. Wildcat Lodge, Newtonmore

This Highland log cabin sleeps four in two bedrooms and an additional two on a sofa bed in the spacious living area. The well-equipped kitchen and dining area is integrated into the open plan design. Outside there is decking with seating for meals and an enclosed lawn area with a hot tub.

Make use of the four courtesy bikes and create your own cycling trail. The Highland Life Museum in Newtonmore is Britain’s first open-air museum spanning a mile. Nearby Arderikie Castle offers quad bike and land-rover treks, as well as archery and clay pigeon shooting.
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5. Suidhe Cottage, Kincraig

This timber cottage sleeps six in three bedrooms, two with an adjoining door that is ideal for families with small children. The living, dining and kitchen space has striped wood flooring and beamed ceilings. Outside there is a hot tub, an electric BBQ, seating and a wooden gazebo with comfy cushions.

Meet the collie pups, cuddle the orphan lambs, take part in shearing a sheep and watch a sheepdog in action at nearby Leault Farm. Kincraig is also home to the Highland Wildlife Park. Walk to the Loch Insh Outdoor Centre that has sail, paddling, rowing, archery and dry slope skiing.
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6. Burnside House, Aviemore

This part-timber holiday home sleeps six in three bedrooms, each with its own TV. The living area has French doors leading outside. Here you can enjoy the crisp Highland air in an enclosed garden with seating for outdoor meals, a charcoal BBQ, a hot tub and even a dog kennel.

You are close to Loch Morlich that is surrounded by forests and fringed by beaches. Here you can go sailing, canoeing, kayaking and mountain biking. You can either rent equipment or take lessons with an instructor. Visit the Cairngorm Brewery for a tour of how they make their popular Highland ales.
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7. Ballinluig Cottage, Grantown on Spey

This stone, timber and largely glass cottage brings the outside in with its multi-aspect picture windows. It sleeps eight in four bedrooms with three bathrooms. The open plan living area has a well-equipped kitchen and outside you can enjoy meals on the terrace or luxuriate in the warm bubbles of a hot tub.

At the tip of the Cairngorm National Park you have exceptional views of the landscape you are about to explore. For the adventurous there is gorge walking and white-river rafting on the Spey. For a chilled day out at the beach the seaside town of Nair is only 23 miles away.
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8. Old Milton , Kingussie

This stately-home styled property has all the trappings for a 5-star break and sleeps 14 in its seven bedrooms with six bathrooms. The bespoke kitchen, complete with Aga, services a dining room that has space for all. Outside there is a hot tub conveniently situated in a shepherds hut.

You are on an estate that has acres of woodland to explore, as well as a golf course and tennis court. The Highland Wildlife Park is in Kingussie where you can see everything from Amur tigers to polar bears to yaks. Do the malt whisky trail at Speyside with its 50 distilleries including Glenfiddich.
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9. Downies Cottage, Braemar

This Grade A croft takes romantic retreats to a new level. Beautifully restored, sleeping two in a brass bed, it has an en suite with a freestanding wooden bath. The living area retains most of its original features. Outside there is a hot tub, furniture for alfresco dining and a sauna.

Nearby is Linn O’Dee Gorge which plays host to an excellent hike where the river changes from a gentle trickle to a raging deep ravine. A guided tour of 17th century Braemar Castle with 14 authentically styled rooms is highly recommended. The Glenshee Ski Centre, the biggest ski resort in Scotland is a 15-minute drive.
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Aviemore has the privilege of being set in the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands. This is home to magical lochs, ancient forest, mountain trails and ski runs. It has whisky distilleries, historic castles and gatherings and a wildlife park where you can see animals roaming free.

Choosing a place to spend your idyllic holiday will depend on how many of you are planning to visit but one thing is for sure each property comes with an outdoor hot tub. Luxuriate in the warm bubbles and breathe in crisp Highland air as you take in the awe-inspiring scenery.

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