Inverness Lodges For Dogs

Dog friendly lodges in Inverness

If you’ve ever visited the Highlands in Scotland before, then there’s a very good chance you’ve heard of Inverness. It’s technically the capital of the Scottish Highlands – and there are more and more dog friendly lodges in Inverness opening up all the time.

If you are looking to spend a dog friendly holiday close to Loch Ness, exploring the Cairngorm Mountains or walking the famous woodlands, then it really does make sense to find a good lodge or cabin spot. We’ve hunted down some fantastic options for you to help you get that breakaway you’ve been dreaming of right now.

The Best Pet Friendly Lodges in Inverness

A dog friendly holiday up in Loch Ness, or close to Ben Nevis, is going to be easier than you think to arrange. Thanks to the magic of the internet, our team has been able to pore through some of the best dog friendly self catering accommodation in Inverness.

Inverness is only the beginning. It’s not called Inverness Shire without a reason! The Highlands offer some spectacular green views and rugged walks, and there’s plenty of coastal fun to be had up here, too. Inverness is also chock full of wonderful historical walks and heritage trails. Take a look!

Heron Lodge, North Kessock

The Heron Lodge offers a secluded cabin breakaway that sleeps 4 people. There is a king size bedroom, a twin bedroom, and you can bring two dogs with you. There is a hot tub, a veranda on site, and there is internet access across the property. There’s also a TV!

North Kessock is home to some glorious coastal walks, making it brilliant fun for dogs and their owners. Your holiday home here will also back onto the Craigbreck Woods, and you benefit from a secluded space that gives you chance to step out and breathe occasionally! It’s all extremely picturesque.

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Moorhen Lodge, North Kessock

This ground floor, Canadian style cabin offers two bedroom spaces to sleep four people. There is a king size bedroom and a twin bedroom, as well as space for two dogs. There is a private hot tub, a veranda and a BBQ. There is WiFi throughout, and open plan living.

Close to the coastal reaches of North Kessock, this holiday lodge is a fantastic breakaway spot for all kinds of sea views. However, you are also close to the city of Inverness as well as the walks around the Craigbreck Wood, making this a hugely versatile holiday base. Come look!

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Eagle Lodge, Strathpeffer

The impressive Eagle Lodge sits in the Blackmuir Forest, and offers a getaway spot that sleeps 4 guests, total. This elevated cabin spot offers space for 2 dogs, and you’ll also benefit from your own veranda and seating outside. There’s an open plan living space and off road parking, too.

Eagle Lodge is in a great position for you to enjoy the village scenes of Strathpeffer and Dingwall, though you can of course take the time to explore the wonderful city of Inverness, just 20 miles down the road. This Highlands breakaway is surrounded by gorgeous woodland – let’s get walking!

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The Clubhouse, Farr

This rural lodge location has a double bedroom and twin bedroom spaces, and you can also bring a dog on a lead. There is an enclosed garden space which is dog friendly, and you’ll benefit from underfloor heating throughout. There is an authentic wood burner and a nice kitchen suite.

Superb for exploring the Moray Firth, this idyllic rural retreat acts as a great base for walks around Fort William, Loch Ness and Inverness, all of which are only a short distance away. The dog friendly green trails are fantastic fun, and it’s also a veritable cycling and mountaineering paradise.

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River Lodge, Inverness

River Lodge is a huge waterside cabin offering 7 separate bedroom spaces! Each has an en suite bathroom, and there is an authentic open fire. There’s a sizeable kitchen space, as well as internet access and your own private garden. Baby facilities are always available here on your prior request.

This luxury lodge setup offers you amazing riverside living with access to the best of Loch Ness and Inverness. You’re close to golfing facilities, and the Caledonian Canal is also only a stone’s throw away. The River Ness is beautiful to behold – and yes, there are plenty of dog walks!

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Types of Accommodation To Expect

Cheap Weekend Breaks

The city of Inverness is amazingly affordable regardless of where you go. However, do be sure to take your family members and a four legged friend or two on a weekend spell in an authentic lodge. The lodges and cabins we’ve found here really won’t break the bank, either!

Properties By The Coast & Beach

The Northern Highlands’ coastlines are absolutely magnificent. Dog owners will adore exploring the craggy rocks and reaches. What’s more, you’ll even be able to get out and explore the Isle of Skye, too! From Fort William to the Black Isle, why not head to a beach or two while you’re here?

With Hot Tubs

A hot tub, in our collective opinion, really can seal the deal on any dog friendly holiday up in Inverness. A private hot tub of your own will be wonderful to simmer down in after taking on those lovely rugged walks. Take a chance on a hot tub and relax!

1-2 Night Self Catering

Self catering really is the best way to explore Fort William, Inverness, Loch Ness and beyond. Set up your own bedroom, simmer down into your hot tub and take all the time you want to check out the Cairngorms National Park. This is a lovely corner of Scotland – come see!

About Holidays in Inverness With Dogs

As Inverness is such a brilliant base for waterside, countryside and even mountain walking trails, there’s little wonder why so many people choose to set up a dog friendly holiday or two in the Northern Highlands. Scotland gets more and more beautiful the further north you go, so they say, and you really have a brilliant opportunity to see it all thanks to your own wonderful holiday base.

Holiday accommodation up near Inverness, Loch Ness and more – you’ll be able to take on the mighty Ben Nevis if you dare! Take a look out at the Moray Firth and Beauly Firth, too – waterside and coastal adventures are always fun if you’re on a dog friendly holiday.

England and Wales may have their own spectacular sights and ocean air, but there’s something really special about rural Scotland. You never know what you’re missing until you try it for yourself – get booking!

The Last Word

If you’ve never had the pleasure to tour Inverness before, now is a really good time to look for pet friendly holidays in the region. Woodland cabins, lodges and more are opening up across the Northern Highlands, as they remain truly peaceful and serene getaway spots – for people up and down the UK, and especially for their dogs.

We love trailing Loch Ness, the rugged glens and the Isle of Skye. Inverness happens to make a spectacular base for exploring it all, providing you check into a holiday home base that’s welcoming for pets!

When looking for an ideal dog friendly holiday lodge in Inverness, there are naturally going to be a few things you’ll want to prioritise. And why not?

You might be looking for somewhere cosy that sleeps 2, a kingsize bedroom or a twin bedroom, or you might be holding out for that fantastic private hot tub. A wood burning stove or an open fire might just seal the deal for you. Thankfully, there are plenty of Inverness log cabins that account for this need!

Of course, that doesn’t mean the holiday properties up in the Highlands are all going to be back to basics! There are plenty of lodges and properties in the area with superfast internet access, smart TV services and walk in shower room units. Many of the lodges we like to look for are ground floor, too, meaning that from sitting room to bedroom to patio, you have access to a roomy, flexible holiday apartment that ticks all the right boxes.

So – if you are thinking of exploring Inverness and the wider Highlands soon, make sure to take a look at our list of lodges and cabins up in Scotland first. Find somewhere family friendly, within walking distance of the mountains – you name it! We’ve arranged a full list of holiday properties that offer you genuine home comforts as well as easy access to the River Ness, wider Inverness, the city of Dundee and more besides.

Take a break from the norm – or even a boat trip or two! Find yourself that perfect dog friendly log cabin up in Inverness now.

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