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If you're wanting to go a holiday with the whole family in Scotland then why not bring the dog along with you?
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Scotland: Our recommendations

65 m² Apartment
65 m² Apartment
2 1
Fort Augustus, The Highlands, Scotland
4.6 / 5
"Excellent"
from £774
for 1 week
Cottage
Cottage
4 2
Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
4.0 / 3
"Very good"
from £278
for 1 week
Apartment
Apartment
4 1
Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from £988
for 1 week
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Pet-Friendly Holiday Homes

58 m² House
58 m² House
4 2
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland
4.8 / 5
"Excellent"
from £569
for 1 week
68 m² House
68 m² House
4 2
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland
4.7 / 5
"Excellent"
from £546
for 1 week
Cottage
Cottage
6 3
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland
4.7 / 5
"Excellent"
from £335
for 1 week
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Holiday Accommodation Near Fishing

House
House
5 3
Ardentinny, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
4.7 / 5
"Excellent"
from £387
for 1 week
Cottage
Cottage
12 6
Rothesay, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from £1,266
for 1 week
Cottage
Cottage
4 2
Kilchoan, The Highlands, Scotland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from £464
for 1 week
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Cottages and Homes With a Fireplace

68 m² House
68 m² House
6 2
Jedburgh, Scottish Borders, Scotland
4.9 / 5
"Excellent"
from £646
for 1 week
House
House
2 1
Luib, Skye, Scotland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from £592
for 1 week
House
House
6 3
Morvern, The Highlands, Scotland
5.0 / 5
"Excellent"
from £650
for 1 week
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There is an abundance of dog-friendly cottages in Scotland; this is great for dog-lovers who enjoy long scenic walks through beautiful countryside in Scotland, a land famed for its historical castles and brilliant landscapes. Scotland's larger cities however, aren't exactly famed for dog friendliness, but that's mainly to do with the size and bustling crowds, however on the outskirts of places such as Glasgow and Edinburgh you can find a variety of Scottish cottages that are dog-friendly in beautiful areas. If you want to spend the day on the beach, don't worry, as no matter where you decide to stay, if you're near the coast, you're bound to be within distance of a dog friendly beach. A couple of recommended, dog friendly beaches include Eyemouth beach, close to the English-Scottish border, and also Sandy hills in Dalbeattie. An area which is an absolute delight for both the dog and owner is the Isle of Arran, a Scottish island equipped with rolling hills, great wildlife and packed full of history. Scotland is definitely a destination most popular amongst walkers, this means that when you're on a dog-friendly holiday in Scotland, you aren't restricted from doing anything. There are even a multitude of sites of interest all over Scotland which welcome dogs onto the grounds such as Victoria and Westburn parks in Aberdeen.

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