Dog / Pet Friendly Hotel in Scotland

If you are ridden with guilt every time you leave your pets behind to go on holiday then you’ll be pleased to know that Cameron House in Scotland has been a dog friendly hotel for some time now. We enjoy having dogs stay at the hotel and understand the need you have to bring them with you on your break, to prevent them from missing out. After all, they need a holiday too!

Far better than the usual walk around the block they might get, Cameron House Hotel has plenty of room within the grounds in which dogs and pets can explore and use up their energy so they sleep peacefully at night, allowing you to relax on your holiday.

Dogs are Welcome Here

We welcome your pets to join you in this wonderful Highland setting. With 3 rooms set aside (which have a small cleaning fee) for dogs, Cameron House offers all the hotel comforts which makes us one of Scotland’s leading pet friendly accommodation options. If you could mention at the time of booking that you are bringing your dog we will make sure to check availability and set one of these rooms aside for you. On arrival in your room you will be provided with a dog bed, blanket and dog bowl.

Walks for Your Dog

Cameron House is based in a superb location for dogs. Fortunately with the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 you have the right to walk your dog almost anywhere across the country. This allows you and your companion to take advantage of the thriving woodland countryside and fantastic landscape available right on our doorstep, which is wonderful for a morning or afternoon walk.

You can take a stroll through the surrounding area of Loch Lomond and Scotland’s first National Park, The Trossachs, which has some excellent walks for your dog. There are lots of surrounding walks at the local beaches, lochs and in the woodlands with plenty of clearly marked paths and bridleways for your dogs to explore and enjoy on their break. however it’s important that they are well behaved and kept under control.

There are also a number of dog friendly places to visit close by however it’s always worth double checking with them beforehand if they allow animals before heading off.

And don’t forget about all the things you may need to bring with you to keep their tail wagging such as meals, treats and perhaps even their own bed, if they can be fussy about where they sleep.