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Dog-friendly cottages in Aberfeldy
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Explore Aberfeldy with your dog from our dog-friendly accommodation
Dog-friendly cottages in Aberfeldy are the ideal accommodation for dogs and their human guests who want to explore the gorgeous Perthshire countryside. Dog-friendly Aberfeldy is a delightful market town in the Highlands and is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, making it the perfect place for you and your canine companions to enjoy long country walks. There are plenty of other outdoor pursuits on offer too, why not try hiking, cycling or climbing in the local glens, such as Glen Lyon? Or perhaps you want to release your inner sea-dog and enjoy canoeing, angling or sailing on one of the nearby stunning lochs, such as Perthshire’s largest, Loch Tay. After a busy day, return to your dog-friendly accommodation in Aberfeldy to snuggle up on the sofa with some treats or stretch out in front of an open fire.
Our dog-friendly cottages in Aberfeldy are among our finest pet-friendly self-catering in Scotland, and really do place you at the heart of the action and the best of what Scotland has to offer. North of Aberfeldy is the town of Killiecrankie which boasts a beautiful wooded gorge and is at the southern tip of the Cairngorms National Park, which offers yet more magnificent walking opportunities for you and your dogs. If you and your pawed pals are keen hikers, there are three Munros within 15 miles of the town, including Ben Lawers, which is Perthshire’s highest mountain.
There is also plenty to explore closer to home with Castle Menzies, a beautiful restored castle, and Dewar Aberfeldy Distillery both in the town itself. If you and your dog are looking to soak up the impressive views without exerting too much energy, why not enjoy a leisurely cruise on Loch Tay? For even more inspired ideas, have a read of our guide to dog-friendly Scotland.