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Northern Highlands Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays Northern Highlands

Search the very best dog friendly Northern Highlands 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 Northern Highlands

A huge region in the far north of Scotland, the Northern Highlands is a fantastic place to escape from it all with your canine companion by your side. It is a region crammed full of amazing outdoor activities. It stretches from the wild Atlantic Ocean in the north and west across awesome landscapes which are steeped in history.

The hills, mountains, valleys, rivers and open countryside are perfect for pets and families of all ages. Escape the big city and spend some time and recharge your batteries at one of our dog friendly hot tub breaks in the Northern Highlands. Working dogs and family pets are common in most of the region’s communities, so your own furry friend will fit right in.
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1. 4 Invergarry Lodges, Spean Bridge

This Scandinavian-style A-frame lodge sleeps four in two bedrooms, one double and a twin and has two bathrooms. The well-equipped kitchen includes a washing machine and separate drier. Outside, overlooking Loch Oich, you can enjoy sundowners in the hot tub.

You are right on the banks of one of the prettiest lochs in Scotland where you can go for gentle walks where you might spot an osprey or kingfisher. From Spean bridge book a day trip or even an overnight guided river-to-sea kayaking expedition.
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2. Caledonian Cabin, Invergarry

This luxury log cabin perched on a Loch Garry overhang sleeps six, four in two bedrooms and a mezzanine space for two. It is furnished to a high standard with one of its bathrooms having floor-to-ceiling views of the outdoors. The decking, with views of the loch, has a hot tub.

This is heaven for water sport enthusiasts as the cabin has its own boathouse which has canoes, paddle boards and rowing boats for you to use. On the banks of the loch there is the formidable ruins of the 17th century Invergarry Castle. For skiing travel 16 miles to the Nevis Range.
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3. Wild Thistle Lodge, Spean Bridge

This spacious A-frame sleeps six in three bedrooms making it an ideal choice for a family or small group of friends. It has a well-equipped kitchen and a comfy living room leading to the decking where, from the hot tub, you can enjoy uninterrupted views of Loch Oich.

You can paddle past your lodge on a canoeing expedition from the Great Glen along the loch. Just eight miles away is bustling Fort William and its West Highland Museum with artefacts dating back to Jacobean times. From Fort William there are a number of guided boat tours to choose from.
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4. 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. Attention to detail is clear with finishing touches such as free-standing baths; spacious showers; an AGA stove with “cheat” function; outdoor pizza oven, BBQ and a hot tub.

Perfectly situated for fly fishing on the River Conon or shooting on the nearby estates, you are also close to the Muir of Ord Golf course. Take a scenic woodland walk through the RSPB Tollie Red Kites Nature reserve or take the 20 minute-drive to Garve to witness the spectacular Black Waterfalls.
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5. Moorhen Lodge, North Kessock

This Canadian-style cabin with pale wood-log interior sleeps four in two spacious bedrooms with two bathrooms, one en suite. The living area has an eat-in kitchen with doors leading out onto the covered decking where you can eat al fresco or luxuriate in the hot tub no matter what the weather.

The three-acres of private woodland is yours to explore. Here you will see red squirrels, long-tailed tits, red kites, herons, owls and, in winter, Canadian geese. North Kessock, a single-street shoreline village, overlooks Moray Firth and Inverness is on the opposite side of the outlet and is five miles by car.
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6. Katchana, Kincraig

This pitched roof bungalow overlooks Loch Insh from its picture windows in the living area that has a separate dining space and a kitchen with an electric range. It sleeps eight in three bedrooms that comprise a double, a twin and a family room. There is a hot tub in the well-established garden.

You are a mile away from the Scottish Wildlife Park where you can see polar bears, snow leopards, Scottish wildcats and on a drive-through you will pass Highland cows, red deer and European forest reindeer. Have a day out at nearby Rothiemurchus that has activities ranging from clay pigeon shooting to quad biking.
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7. The Old Curing Station, Badachro

The owner meets-and-greets to help you with your luggage across the floating bridge onto Dry Island to the converted curing station that sleeps two. A freshly caught fish hamper welcomes you, which you can enjoy alfresco overlooking the water. There is also a place for BBQ and a hot tub with a view.

Catch a ride out on the owner’s creel boat and watch the dolphins and porpoise frolic in the water. Across the bridge on the mainland is the former fishing village of Badachro, now a popular yacht harbour. Travel the five miles to the Grailoch for a day of falconry and archery at Shieldaig Lodge.
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8. Waterloo Lodge, Lochinver

This majestic lodge that sleeps six ticks all the boxes when it comes to contemporary character and location. Set atop a ridge overlooking Lochinver it has a patio to pitched roof glass that leads to a well-lit outdoor space with a stone-wall pond and a hot tub with mountain and loch views.

The harbour village of Lochniver is famous for its huge fish market. Four miles away is Achmelvich Bay, a stunningly white sand beach with turquoise water. It is popular with windsurfers and kayakers and it has the advantage of a number of walks and climbs such as the Suilven trail on the escarpment.
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9. Pebble Beach, Culloden

This is beach living at its best with a light-filled contemporary interior that will satisfy the most discerning of guests. It sleeps 10 in four spacious bedrooms and has three bespoke bathrooms. Outside the wow factor continues with a sumptuous circular BBQ hut and hot tub.

From the garden you have direct access to the unspoilt beach for you to soak up the sun. Nearby, keen anglers have access to sea fishing on the Inverness Firth or fly fishing on the River Ness. Drive five miles inland and walk up to the Clava Cairn, a Bronze Age chamber tomb.
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1-2 Night Self Catering

The Last Word

The Northern Highlands make an ever-changing landscape from the peaks of Ben Nevis to the shores of a labyrinth of lochs. Everywhere you look you will see Nature at is best from scampering red squirrels to frolicking dolphins, thriving in this preserved location.

Choosing the right place to hang your holiday hat will depend entirely on your specifications and this region has an excellent selection for you to choose from. Whatever retreat that has caught your fancy you can be sure of stunning views, mostly from depths of a hot tub that comes as standard with each property.

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