We know that quite a few of you have been searching for self-catering properties where you can take more than two furry friends and so we have put together this blog post to offer you some holiday inspiration.
Contact individual owners for information on any property restrictions, charges or rules (with EmbraceScotland you book direct with the owner and we don’t charge any fees or commission). All of these properties are part of the Paws for a Break Welcome Charter, so you can rest assured that they have all the facilities that pet owners and their four-legged companions need for an enjoyable and comfortable holiday.
Take a look at these 10 self-catering holiday rentals in Scotland that welcome 3 or more dogs.
With beautiful lochside views of Loch Carron in the Highlands, this large stone built holiday house comfortably sleeps up to 17 people in 8 bedrooms and welcomes 3 or more dogs. With lots of space and all the facilities you need, plus a cosy wood-burning stove, Stationmaster’s Lodge is a great base for exploring the scenic west coast, Plockton and the nearby Isle of Skye.
You can take 3 dogs to The Farmhouse, 10 miles from Dunbar on the east coast of the Scottish Borders and close to East Lothian (the owner will ask for the breed of your dogs when you book). An original farmhouse building, the holiday property sleeps 10 (and is ideal for large family holidays when booked with Red Gauntlet, see below). The Farmhouse has an open fire, large electric range cooker and a beautiful walled garden with a large grassy area, outdoor seating and a sheltered barbeque area.
Mountain View Lodge
Locholly Lodge and Stac Polly Cottage
This beautiful architecturally designed property is located 3 miles from Kinguissie and a 10 minute drive from Aviemore in the scenic Cairngorms National Park. Up to 4 dogs are welcome at the property, and both dogs and owners will love the rural location of the lodge – you can step out of the front door and walk or cycle straight into forest. Kirkstone Lodge sleeps 10 and has a wood-burning stove, and a hot tub and sauna in the garden.
Overlooking Loch Long and the Arrochar Alps in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Mansefield House is a four star self-catering holiday home that sleeps up to 12 and welcomes up to 4 dogs. This Grade B Victorian house is perfect for family gatherings and a base to enjoy a range of outdoor pursuits.
The Loch Rannoch Highland Club
Properties that may take more than 2 dogs on special request…