Dundee was voted the best place to live in Scotland in 2019 and the city also enjoys the most sunshine hours too. It’s fast becoming the Scottish destination of choice, and it’s ideal if you want somewhere dog-friendly to stay. The River Tay is at the heart of life here, with waterside walks, a regenerated harbour, boat trips, Discovery Point and a nature reserve.
When it comes to culture, Dundee has it in spades with a V&A – the only one outside of London – contemporary art gallery, McManus Museum and Broughty Castle museum. With a selection of dog friendly cottages in Dundee available, you can book somewhere special that’s close to all the action.
Stay in one of our sought after cottages in Dundee with hot tubs and enjoy evenings relaxing outside on the patio. There’s no better way to round off a busy day of sightseeing. While you lay back in the bubbles plan the next day’s exciting events.
Dundee is a coastal city on the Tay estuary so you can spend time by the water wherever you stay in this area. Booking a place within easy reach of the coast makes a holiday extra special, so take a look at the cottages on offer and select the one that suits you.
Dundee has become the hottest place in Scotland for a weekend break. With lodges and cottages available that won’t cost the earth, a budget-friendly mini holiday can be yours if you browse the selection on offer.
Only got a day or two to spare? Head to Dundee, there is plenty of things you can do that will make a self-catering break full of fun.
Dundee is a cultural city filled with art galleries, museums and fine places to eat. There are plenty of wonderful places to take your doggy too so there’s no need to leave Fido at home.
The River Tay offers pretty waterside walks where you can stroll together for hours and several beautiful parks offer wide-open spaces where man’s best friend can play.
Within easy reach is St Andrews, a famous university town with cobbled streets and centuries of history that’s just waiting for a visit. Go to the nearby beach called Monifieth, a wide length of sand where dogs can run and run. And at Broughty Ferry, dogs can walk on the beach from September to March.
Dundee is a warm and welcoming university city with a proud heritage. There is a diverse range of things to do here, so there is something for every kind of visitor.
Take your pooch along with you – it’s easy to find somewhere pet-friendly to stay. From cosy cottages for 2 up to large accommodation for a small group, you can find exactly what you need in Scotland.
Book a dog friendly cottage in Dundee today – it’s a trip you’ll never forget.