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Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In Scotland

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

Like a precious gem, Scotland has many facets. From the wild and untouched Highlands to the cultural city of Edinburgh and the Scottish borders, there is plenty to make this a fantastic holiday destination.

Dog friendly hot tub breaks in Scotland are becoming increasingly popular thanks to the choice of places to roam together and a wide selection of Scottish holiday rentals on offer.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Scotland

Pet friendly hot tub holidays in Scotland have something for everyone. The coast is a staggering 6,000 miles long on the mainland, plus there are hundreds of islands too. For national parks and reserves, Scotland has the Cairngorms, the Trossachs, Caerlaverock and Galloway Forest providing natural landscapes that take your breath away.

Major towns and cities such as Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and Dumfries are increasing the number of holiday lodges and cottages that take dogs every month – every area of Scotland offers something unique.
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1. The Gate Lodge in Chatton

This single-storey holiday lodge at the entrance to Hetton Hall, sleeps two guests and has all the trappings of a romantic retreat. It has a spa-style decking, built-in BBQ, comfy outdoor furniture and day bed. For that extra luxury, there is fluffy bathrobes, slippers and a luxury welcome pack. Making this one of the best dog friendly log cabins with hot tubs in Scotland.

Take a walk up to St Cuthbert’s Cave, a natural sandstone cave associated with the 7th-century Anglo-Saxon monk. The sandy shores of Bamburgh Beach are nine miles with Bamburgh castle looming above the beach, great for surfing, windsurfing and fishing.
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2. Lochside Log Cabin in Dalavich

This luxury log cabin on the shores of Loch Awe is a dreamy Scottish hot tub lodge. It has three bedrooms, sleeps six guests and has two and a half bathrooms. A feature is the glazed vaulted ceiling that maximises the light and loch views. French doors open onto a raised veranda with a wood-fuelled hot tub and steps down to a fire pit and loch.

Hike to historic Kilchurn Castle on the north eastern end of Loch Awe. Alternatively, stay closer to home and take advantage of the cabin’s complementary angling rights and fly fish for brown trout which the loch is world-famous for. Visit Oban, a 25-mile drive away, and tour a scotch distillery.
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3. Inverskilavulin in Fort William

This bijou hot tub holidays getaway is tucked away a high altitude glen on a private estate and sleeps two guests and the living area’s picture doors open up onto stunning views of Ben Nevis which can be enjoyed from the private hot tub. The contemporary open plan shower comes with panoramic views too and direct access to outdoor hot tub.

Ski resorts of Glencoe of Nevis Range are all nearby or tackle the Great Glen Cycle Trail that covers 74 miles of the western highlands. Take the Jacobite’s Steam Train and visit Arisaig, UK’s most westerly railway station. Visit the historic town of Fort William with its railway heritage museum.
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4. Ralston Bothy in Blairgowrie

This single-storey holiday cottage sleeps two guests and comes with a cot on request. The lounge has two snuggle chairs and a log fire and there is a dining table and chairs, as well a breakfast bar and stools. The garden 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 at game of golf at one of the area’s three courses.
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5. Suidhe Cottage in Aviemore

Dog friendly cottages in Scotland with hot tub onsite don’t come much better. A detached timber cottage lying within the Cairngorms National Park is single-storey and sleeps six guests. The open plan living area has tartan carpeting for that authentic Scottish feel. This area with a cosy wood burner to decking with a hot tub, BBQ and gazebo.

The near village of Kincraig boasts the Royal Zoological Society’s Highland Wildlife Park which has the first polar bear to be born in the UK in 25 years. Cairngorns National Park is on your doorstep and six miles down the road is Aviemore’s Zip Wire Adventure course and other fun activities.
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6. Orrinside near Inverness

This traditional Highlands’ holiday home sleeps eight guests with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, all with underfloor heating. There is a country kitchen table and AGA where you can cook and socialise at the same time. The sitting room has a woodburning stove with patio doors leading to decking with a hot tub, BBQ and wood-fired oven.

The area is popular, not only for fishing and shooting, but golf too with the Muir of Ord Golf Course on the doorstep. A visit to the Glen Ord Distillery is a must especially seeing that the water from the burn at the bottom of the stone cottage’s garden is used to make its whisky.
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7. Rascarrel Bay in Castle Douglas

Another top pick from the selection of dog friendly log cabins with hot tubs in Scotland. A luxury love-retreat overlooking a private bay sleeps two guests. From the kitchen’s mood lighting, the bedroom’s sea view to the enclosed decking with a hot tub, it is an unbeatable romantic setting. The king-size bedroom has a walk-in dressing room and an en suite with a free-standing bath and separate double-headed rain shower.

Stargaze out over the sea from your hot tub or stroll hand-in-hand on Mossyard Beach that is off-the-beaten-track. The coastal scenery is not all the area has to offer. The Sweetheart Abbey near Dumfries is only half an hour’s drive away and Castle Douglas, Scotland’s foodies capital and the artist’s town of Kirkcudbright is on your doorstep.
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8. Argyll View near Glasgow

This luxury hot tub lodge that sleeps two guests is a lovers-dream set amidst woodland, with a private hot tub, views of the Clyde Estuary and a stylish king-sized bedroom en suite.The kitchen overlooking the romantic living area has all the mod cons from a water dispensing fridge freezer to a coffee machine.

For golf lovers the championship Gleddoch course is within walking distance. Cycle the Clyde Coastal Path or pay a visit to the awe-inspiring Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Catch a train from nearby Langbank to cosmopolitan Glasgow or take a ferry trip to Dunoon, Isle of Bute and Isle of Arran.
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9. Knockderry Lodge Cove in Argyll and Bute

This luxury loch-side lodge with its two spacious bedrooms sleeps four guests and is a five-star treat for its guests. From its wraparound slate veranda and hot tub to its hi-spec interior with a jukebox, wet room, beamed ceilings and unsurpassed low views from all angles, it is a hot tub holiday home with a difference.

Sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and boating are activities on Loch Long and Gare Loch are at your fingertips. Visit the Linn Botanic Gardens at the head of Cove Bay, your closest village. Here, thanks to the warm Gulf Stream, thousands of temperate plant species thrive such as magnolias, bamboos and even insect catchers.
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The Last Word

No matter how bijou or how grand your destination is to this neck of the woods, it is the surroundings and the people which will have you coming back time and again. The landscape is varied and plays host to activities and interests to suit everyone. Be it a lavish lochside lodge or a bijou bothy each is dog-friendly and each comes with a hot tub for the ultimate relaxation after a long day out. With a wide range of log cabins and cottages with hot tubs in Scotland that welcome dogs, you will surely spoilt for choice.

If dog friendly holidays in Scotland with hot tub facilities didn’t have what you were looking for, view all the properties under dog friendly with hot tubs on our main page.

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