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Dundee Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays Dundee

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

Dundee was voted the best place to live in Scotland in 2019 and the city also enjoys the most sunshine hours too. It’s fast becoming the Scottish destination of choice, and it’s ideal if you want somewhere dog-friendly to stay. The River Tay is at the heart of life here, with waterside walks, a regenerated harbour, boat trips, Discovery Point and a nature reserve.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Dundee

When it comes to culture, Dundee has it in spades with a V&A – the only one outside of London – contemporary art gallery, McManus Museum and Broughty Castle museum. With a selection of dog friendly hot tub breaks in Dundee available, you can book somewhere special that’s close to all the action.
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1. Rowanlea Lodge, Marykirk

This elegant Douglas fir timber lodge sleeps six in two bedrooms, one with a separate area that has a pull-out sofa bed and the other, a “Mummy snug” with a cot and chair. You will be welcomed with a farm breakfast hamper. Outside there is a gazebo with a hot tub.

The House of Dun is under 10 miles away. Explore this elegant Georgian masterpiece in both house and garden. The woodland walks could surprise you with glimpses of otters, roe deer and red squirrels. The wide unspoilt shoreline and dunes of St Cyrus Beach is 15 minutes’ drive away.
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2. Glamping Pod , St Cyrus

This artfully designed glamping pod manages to sleep six, two in the bedroom off the living area, two on the sofa bed and an additional two in a double on the mezzanine level. The glass frontage lets in all the light and the wide doors open onto decking with a hot tub.

You are a 10-minute walk to St Cyrus beach with its expanse of dunes and soft sandy shoreline. Spare a day for a visit to Edzell Castle in Brechin, half-an-hour’s drive away. The laid-out gardens, 16th century tower house and family vault is great for keen gardeners and history buffs.
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3. Torridon , Fife

This true Scottish retreat sleeps six in three bedrooms, two double and a twin and has two bathrooms, one en suite. The kitchen overlooks the living space with a sectioned off dining area. Outside you can watch the others trout fish from the balcony or you can relax in the hot tub.

Talk a hike on the slopes of the Lomond Hills to John Knox’s Pulpit, one of several strangely eroded sandstone formations with a waterfall and stream running through the gorge. Take a food tour of the Fife’s farms and fells with Christopher Trotter, celebrity chef and author of 23 cook books.
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4. Ralston Bothy , Newtyle

This single-storey cottage sleeps two and comes with a cot on request. The living area has “snuggle” chairs around a log fire and there is a dining table and chairs, as well a breakfast bar with stools. There is an apple orchard and a hot tub to ease away the strains of a strenuous day.

Hire an electric bike from the nearby town of Coupar Angus and explore the routes to experience the stunning scenery of the Strathmore Valley. Do a single malt tour and tasting at the Edradour Distillery in Pitlochry or book a game of golf at one of the area’s three courses.
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5. Crosston Farm, Forfar

This refurbished farmhouse is a winning combination of taste, elegance and space. Incorporating many original features it has three bedrooms, all en suite, a separate self-contained annexe and an extra bathroom to boot. Outdoors there is a wood-fired hot tub, garden and a patio for alfresco dining.

Davidson Cottage, home to the Davidsons until they immigrated to America in 1857 and founded Harley-Davidson, is nearby. Visit the ancient fishing village of Johnshaven which is half an hour’s drive, as is the historic Stonehaven harbour with its outdoor swimming pool. Glamis Castle, home to the Queen Mother, is only a 15-minute drive.
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6. Woodside, Blairgowrie

Annexed to the main house on a farm with woodland and Glascone Castle’s ruins this elegant retreat sleeps four in two bedrooms, one en suite. The outdoor area has a picnic table and a hot tub too where you might see red squirrels scamper in the trees while you relax.

Do part of the Cateran Trail, voted one of the best five hikes in Britain, and walk in the footsteps of the notorious cattle thieves that roamed the valleys and vales. Do the Alyth Beaver Safari that takes you along the riverbank to see these indigenous creatures weave their homes.
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7. Grand View, Newburgh

This architecturally designed luxury lodge is all about letting the outside in, be it from the living area or the two bedrooms with stunning views. It sleeps six in its two super-king rooms and living area with a pull-out sofa bed. Outside there is a sunken trampoline and a hot tub.

Take the scenic two-mile walk to Newburgh and have a whisky and champagne afternoon tea at Lindores Abbey Distillery. The Scottish Deer Centre with its 12 species of deer and other indigenous wildlife, is eight miles away and St Andrews, a golfer’s go-to, is 12 miles away.
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8. Foxglove Lodge, Abernyte

This is romantic getaway luxury at its best in a farmland setting with sweeping country views from the patio and from the Juliet balcony off the super king-size bedroom that sleeps two. The en suite has free-standing basins and bath, and a double walk-in shower. There is also a private open-air hot tub.

For expansive views of the countryside climb the 1,000ft Dunsinane Hill made famous by Shakespeare in Macbeth. Here there are remnants of an iron age fort and ramparts. For a wine tasting tour with a difference there is Cairn O’Mohr, famous for its wines made from locally sourced soft fruit, blossoms and leaves.
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9. Hillside Retreat, Newburgh

Set on a working farm with views from the living room’s glass frontage and decking area this retreat sleeps six in three bedrooms, one is downstairs with easy access to a wet room. Outside there is a place to enjoy meals and sundowners under open skies, as well as a hot tub to relax after a long day out.

This is a great getaway for horse lovers and it is possible for you to bring your horse too and enjoy the surrounding countryside on a “horse holiday” designed by the farm’s owner. Travel two miles to the wildlife beach at Newburgh to see the seals, dolphins and porpoises.
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You are in an area steeped in Scottish history and renowned for its hospitality. From foody tours of the farms and fells to sandboarding down the dunes of an unspoilt beach it has something for everyone.
Something which is surely for everyone and that is in every one of Dundee’s destinations is a luxurious hot tub, often with views that will take your breath away. Dundee is not just about a historic city centre, it is the surroundings that are the jewels in its crown.

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