DUG Category: Hotels & Accommodation

UK Dog Friendly Accommodation & Holidays in Scotland, England, Wales & Northern Ireland. Pet Friendly Luxury Hotels, B&B’s, Guesthouses, apartments, flats, rentals, lodges & self catering cottages for you and your dog. This category also includes information on Pet Friendly hotel chains which allow dogs.

Aberfoyle: Faerie Tree Inn

Main Street, Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, FK8 3UG. Tel: 01877 382 191

Kids Cinema, Full Gluten Free Menu, Hot Stone Steakhouse and 4* Holiday let above the Inn. Dogs are allowed everywhere in the Restaurant.

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  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed When Serving),
  • Wi-fi,
  • Water Bowl Provided,
  • Beer Garden (Dogs Allowed),
  • Dog Treats,
  • Dogs allowed in Bedrooms,
  • Child/Family Friendly,
  • Real Fire

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Amberley Inn

Culver Hill, Amberley, Gloucestershire GL5 5AF. Tel: 01453 872565

The Amberley Inn is on the edge of the National Trust owned Minchinhampton Common. A traditional Cotswold Inn it offers a friendly welcome all year round.

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  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed When Serving)
  • Wi-fi
  • Water Bowl Provided
  • Beer Garden (dogs allowed)
  • Dog Treats
  • Dog Welcome Pack
  • Dogs allowed in Bedrooms
  • Additional Charge for Dogs
  • Child/Family Friendly
  • Real Fire

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Ardfern: Galley of Lorne

Ardfern, by Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8QN. Tel: 01852 500 284

Whisk yourself away to The Galley of Lorne, our award winning 17th Century Drovers Inn nestled on the lochside in the picturesque village of Ardfern, on Scotland’s dramatic west coast. The perfect location for long walks and exploring with your dog. Pets are of course permitted in their owners rooms, in the public bar and around the public area of the grounds (unfortunately not in the lounge bar or restaurant). There is a charge per night per pet (see tariff page on the Galley of Lorne Inn’s website).

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