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Inverness Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays Inverness

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

A city in the north of Scotland, dog friendly hot tub breaks in Inverness are the perfect getaway for you and your four legged friend. It is a city and region full of fantastic outdoor activities. It sits at the mouth of the River Ness as it joins the Moray Firth, and is also the capital city of the Scottish Highlands. The stunning landscape is ideal for dogs and families of all ages.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Inverness

Escape the stresses and strains of everyday life and recharge your batteries in the heart of the Highlands. You can enjoy a genuine rural experience by spending your holiday on a working farm, or croft. Working dogs and family pets are to be found on most working farms, so your furry friend will feel at home.
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1. Ben Kilbreck, Forres

This spacious timber lodge on one of Scotland’s most majestic mountains sleeps four in two bedrooms, one a king-size and the other a twin. The living area has a high pine apex ceiling, a log burner and doors leading out to decking with space for dining under open skies and a hot tub.

Make your way to Findhorn Bay, a historic village located in Moray with a sandy white beach, harbour, and heritage centre. Water sport fanatics can windsurf or kayak here while history buffs can visit the heritage centre and explore underground chambers that formed part of the village’s salmon fishing industry.
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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 an Aspen 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 relaxing 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 and you can go skiing and snowboarding at the renowned Lecht Ski Resort that is half an hour’s drive away.
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3. Caledonian Cabin, Invergarry

This luxury log cabin that overlooks Loch Garry sleeps six, four in two bedrooms and with a mezzanine space for two. On the deck there are two fire pits, two braziers, a gas barbeque and a private, enclosed hot tub.

Only an hour from Inverness and an hour to the Isle of Skye the lodge is perfectly placed to see this sensational slice of Scotland. You can use the courtesy rowing boats, canoes, and paddle boards to explore Loch Garry. If you are a keen skier then Ben Nevis is only 16 miles away.
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4. Heron Lodge, North Kessock

This rustic log cabin sleeps four in two spacious bedrooms with two bathrooms, of which one is en suite. The living area has an eat-in kitchen with doors leading out onto the covered decking with its alfresco dining space and hot tub where you can socialise no matter what the weather.

Here you have three acres of private woodland to explore where you are likely to see red squirrels and out in the open you will see osprey and red kits circling overhead. The Cairngorm Ski Resort is only 45 minutes’ drive away where you can ski and snowboard or even go husky sledging.
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5. Moorhen Lodge, North Kessock

This Canadian log cabin sleeps four in two bedrooms with two bathrooms, of which one is shower en suite. The kitchen comes with an essentials’ pantry that includes the basics such as salt, pepper, cooking oil and washing up liquid. Outdoors you can eat alfresco or languish in the hot tub under the pitch-roof decking.

When you have explored the three acres of private woodland you can go into North Kessock that is right on the shoreline. Half an hour’s drive will bring you to Loch Ness and take a cruise where you might not spot Nessie but are likely to see Chanonry Point’s bottlenose dolphin pod.
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6. Orrinside , Muir of Ord

This lovingly restored traditional Scottish stone cottage has enough space to sleep eight in four bedrooms and comes with two en suites. The well-equipped kitchen has an AGA and outdoors there is the luxury of a pizza oven and BBQ. The open-air hot tub has its own private corner on the decking.

Take a tour at the nearby Glen Ord Whisky Distillery, try your hand at fly fishing on the River Conon or book a game at the Muir of Ord Golf Course. Just to say you have done it, take your diving qualification out of moth balls and do a Loch Ness dive.
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7. Riverside Cottage, Drumnadrochit

This semi-detached residential bungalow in the quaint village of Drumnadrochit sleeps four in two bedrooms that share a bathroom. The kitchen with its Welsh dresser is separate from the dining and sitting room. In the rear garden there is a private hot tub and furniture for alfresco dining.

Urquhart Castle overlooking Loch Ness is a short walk from the cottage and is a must-see for a glimpse of medieval life. Climb the Grant Tower for the best views of the loch. On a rainy day take a Loch Ness Castle Cruise or visit the Drumnadrochit Art Gallery.
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8. River Lodge

If a lodge could be stately then this would be it, a sumptuous holiday home that sleeps 14 in seven bedrooms, all en suite. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, the sitting room, a mini library and dining room fit for royalty. Outside there is a place for alfresco meals, a hot tub, and a steam bath.

For keen golfers there is a course just three and a half miles from the lodge, which is ideally located between Inverness and Loch Ness. If you are interested in military history visit Fort George near Inverness, a fine example of a 17th century fortification built after the Jacobean conflict.
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9. Eden House, Inverness

This grand Victorian home has all the right finishes to make your holiday a memorable one. Great for large families or a group of friends it sleeps 10 in five spacious bedrooms, each with an en suite. Outside there is a hot tub and a BBQ hut with plush cushion seating.

Walk down to Old Town’s Victorian Market in a 19th century shopping arcade with its clock that has not stopped ticking since 1890. Hop on a Highest Whisky Trail tour that takes you to some of the finest distilleries in Scotland. No visit to the area would be complete with a drive to Loch Ness.
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The Last Word

This area does nothing by halves. Its landscape is dominated by big daddy Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in the UK and Loch Ness, the largest by volume body of freshwater in the land. It’s not only size that matters though because there are white sandy bays, quaint fishing villages and Victorian arcades that add to the magic.

You can choose a secluded retreat with its own woodland, a loch side location, or a city centre destination, depending on your holiday expectations. Whichever you choose each property welcomes four-legged family members and there will be a hot tub for you to relax in after a long day out in the Highlands.

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