In this list of 15 dog friendly log cabins in Scotland you’ll find some of the best lodges perfect for a family adventure or a romantic getaway. Search hidden hideaway breaks and properties surrounded by outstanding natural beauty. All with Scottish pets welcome sign at the door.
We handpick all the rentals below. Find a dog friendly log cabin in Scotland today.
A gorgeous log cabin in the scenic Cairngorms National Park, this spacious property sleeps 4 with plenty of room for 2 dogs. Explore the beautiful Glenclova Valley, with its many nature trails and fishing spots, before retiring to your own private hot tub and sauna to relax in peace.
With spectacular views across the rolling fields of the Scottish Borders, this homely property is ideally located to explore the natural beauty of the Cheviot and Eildon Hills. With enough space for a family of 4, and a luxurious private hot tub, it’s the perfect spot to escape the city.
Enjoy stunning views of the serene Loch Fyne from the comfort of this cosy lodge, ideally located to visit the historic county of Argyll and its plethora of natural beauty spots. There’s plenty of room to sleep up to 4, making it the perfect spot for a family trip to the country.
This peaceful retreat in the heart of the Highlands is ideal for animal lovers, with room for up to 3 dogs to tag along and enjoy the magnificent country air. Take a day trip to the scenic village of Cannich before ambling through the lush fields that surround this lovely cabin.
Set in the stunning Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, this property features a stylish contemporary interior, with its own private hot tub boasting spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. A great base to explore this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A grand and spacious lodge with room to comfortably sleep 6, this stunning property can be booked in conjunction with the neighbouring lodge for larger groups and family celebrations. Enjoy incredible views from the luxurious hot tub, before unwinding in your private sauna.
This cosy lodge offers a quiet stay for 2 people, and has room for 2 dogs. There is a double bedroom, a smart TV and your own enclosed garden, with a kitchen replete with mod cons. There’s also a balcony and BBQ facilities here, too! Well worth a stay.
Loch Earn Lodge is a pet friendly lodge accommodation that sleeps 2 guests and has space for 2 dogs. There is a king size bed and a smart TV in the main lounge, with wiFI provided throughout. You’ll also benefit from a full kitchen suite with these lodge holiday homes.
Looking for a private hot tub? Argyll View is a dog friendly holiday lodge with space for 2 people and one dog. This secluded accommodation offers a super king size bedroom, WiFi, and your own hot tub to simmer under. There’s also an enclosed balcony to enjoy here.
Enjoying 4 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms, an electric range oven and underfloor heating, it’s a great lodge break for a family. Roam the 10 acres of private woodland or enjoy views of Ben Nevis from the outdoor seating area. Fort William is a few miles away with shopping facilities.
A stylish detached cabin with spectacular sea views. There’s underfloor heating throughout the bathrooms and ample off road parking to the front of the property. The stunning seaside town of St Andrews is close by with its legendary old course, or you can head into the area of outstanding natural beauty at East Neuk of Fife.
This stunning family log cabin has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has an enclosed balcony area with seating and the property is also eco-friendly with solar panels. You can enjoy working farm activities here by feeding the lambs or watching the sheepdog at work. Head to the bustling market town of Castle Douglas, which is 8 miles.
A large detached lodge with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an electric double oven and a woodburner. Surrounded by a working farm, enjoy countryside views from the garden and hot tub. It’s the perfect retreat for walking, cycling and hill walkers as Cairngorm National Park is on your doorstep.
An ideal lodge for a family to rent with 3 bedrooms, a double, twin and one with bunk beds. Sit outside on the veranda with the BBQ going and enjoy majestic views of Loch Fyne. Further afield from this cabin, just 2 miles away is Ardrishaig and Lochgilphead.
A truly luxurious lodge with 2 bedrooms, both super king-sized, a wine cooler and a woodburner. Sliding doors lead out to the hot tub and decking with an enclosed garden and bike storage available. World famous St Andrews is a short drive, as is the coastal town of Anstruthers.
Having toured Scotland with our dogs, we can safely say that you and your four-legged friend are in for a treat. To make the most of the Scottish scenery and walking trails, you’ll need to book into a fabulous log cabin to take it all in with style.
Luxury Pet Lodges
A luxury weekend break in Scotland for you, your family and your four-legged friend don’t have to break the bank. Look at some of the breaks near the Scottish Borders and beyond. Spend less to get more from your holiday!
With a Hot Tub
There are not that many pet-friendly lodges that welcome dogs and include bubbling tubs. But when you find these cabin rentals, it’s worth the search. Action-packed days, finished under the stars with bubbles all around.
Lodges By Sea
The Scottish coast deserve exploring up close, and that’s all the more reason for looking into a self-catering holiday close to beaches, sea views and more. Take your four-legged friend on a sandy trail or two and head home to maximum comfort.
Not all holiday rentals are made equal. If you fancy a different style of holiday property, check out the Scottish selection of dog friendly glamping pods, huts and yurts to rent that are hugely popular now.
Popular Scottish Destinations
Pet friendly log cabins in Scotland are trendy. Whether you’re touring the rugged glens or want to get closer to the city scenes of Edinburgh, this is a tight corner of the world you won’t forget for all the right reasons.
Where do we even start when it comes to recommending family attractions, walks and activities up in Scotland?
Above all, holidaying in Scotland is fantastic for dogs and their owners. Whether you’re exploring the Trossachs or taking your time to settle into the quaint sights of the Clyde Valley, no two stays in the region are ever quite the same.
What’s more, a luxury countryside or coastal holiday up in Scotland might be just what you need to ease yourself into the culture, the sea views and the dramatic landscapes.
Lodges set within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park make the ideal getaway place for adventure enthusiasts and those looking for relaxing, dog friendly holidays.
For the best pet friendly holiday places, travel up towards the Scottish Highlands, and appreciate the Cairngorms National park for all its walking trails and cascading beauty. Or, if you prefer to take in a bit of golf, why not go to Scotland’s fairway capital – St Andrews?
Try booking log cabins here if you like the sound of stunning Lochside properties and rural off-the-beaten-track lodges. Especially popular in winter when the snow falls, the price can be high, but for a snowy river lodge, it’s worth it.
Family-friendly self-catering accommodation around the Scottish borders is easy to come by. It is the best way to explore the stunning views of the national parkland and more with your family and pets.
Our experiences with Scotland’s pet friendly holiday scene led us to set up this guide. Lodges offer you that brilliant, rural escape opportunity. Look through some of the best log cabins in Scotland and lodges in the broader region to taste the area!
As the years go by, dog friendly lodges and holiday destinations in Scotland are also becoming more modern and even more comfy. Even a quaint lodge or log cabin location is likely to have mod cons, even if you are far up in the rural reaches.
What we like about Scotland and its countryside lodges is that they retain that rural countryside look while offering incredible luxury.
These are amazingly convenient holiday destinations. They are so close to some of the best attractions and activities Scotland has to offer, but also because they take you out of the action.
All of the luxury log cabins and chalets in our guide take you deep into the heart of green, coastal Scotland – whether you’re taking a break in the Clyde Valley or are looking for a brilliant day or two in Loch Ness.
That means you can always feel like you are right in the middle of nowhere, but you’ll still be able to drive only a few minutes to local pubs, cafes and restaurants.