DUG Tag: PA

Bute: Etterick Smiddy Cottage

Cnoc-an-Raer, Isle of Bute PA20 0QT, UK. Tel: 07931 500 617

Etterick Smiddy is a 2 bedroom (sleeps 4) Blacksmiths Cottage on the west coast of the Isle of Bute. Stunning views over Ettrick bay to Inchmarnock Island, Isle of Arran and beyond to the Kintyre Peninsula. The Cottage has full underfloor heating, log burning stoves and a large west facing sun room. Dogs are allowed in the cottage (downstairs only though and not in bedrooms). A kennel and run is also provided. It’s a stunning location with many beach and forest walks on the Island. Although the cottage is


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Kintyre: Balure Country House

Tayinloan, Nr Tarbert, Argyll, PA29 6XG. Tel: 01583 441275

Large country house with 5 acres of gardens and grounds for your dogs to explore. It’s only a 10 min walk to the shore to take them for a swim. Large boot room with underfloor heating to let dogs dry off after wet, winter walks. We politely ask that dogs are restricted from going upstairs in the property. If you wish to bring more than 2 dogs, please contact us before booking to discuss. The property is surrounded by livestock so we do ask dog owners to respect the Countryside Code.


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Fresh Bytes, Campbeltown

51 Main St, Campbeltown PA28 6AB, UK. Tel: 01586 551666

A modest little cafe located on the town’s Main Street. Dogs are welcome in the cafe at the tables at the front of the cafe, away from the counter area. The game sausage daily special was very enjoyable as was the all day breakfast.

– recommended by Elaine Reid (visited September 5, 2016)

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Dog Friendly Cafe

  • Food Served (Dogs Allowed When Serving),
  • Water Bowl Provided,
  • Child/Family Friendly

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Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park

Castle Semple visitor centre, Lochlip Road, Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire, PA12 4EA. Tel: 01505 842882

The park offers an excellent opportunity to get out and about with your dog where there are various walks to suit every ability. Although dogs are not permitted in the onsite visitor centre or cafe, there is a nice dog friendly pub, the Brown Bull, just 10 minutes walk away in Lochwinnoch village centre where you can order food and drinks and get a water bowl for your furry friend.

– recommended by Elaine Reid (visited April 17, 2016)

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