Dog-friendly Hotels Ayrshire
Looking for a dog friendly staycation stay in Ayrshire? Our selection of Ayrshire pet friendly hotels will give you the best options for you and your pooch to book into some luxury accommodation for that special getaway or family break.
Located on the west coast of Scotland, Ayrshire is home to captivating countryside, sandy shores and historic towns. There are plenty of fabulous dog-friendly places to stay in Ayrshire, including super snug cottages in Ballantrae, Skelmorliem Girvan, Dunure and more.
Finding a dog friendly hotel isn't hard in Ayrshire. These dog friendly rooms are the perfect destination for great walks, families travelling and an overall enjoyable stay in a great location in Scotland. So it's no wonder that Ayrshire is a popular destination for dogs and their owners.
- Millport, ScotlandSituated on the Isle of Cumbrae this spacious ground floor holiday apartment is situated only 100 yards from the waters edge. Millport sports a beautiful sandy beach, with tropical palms fronting the promenade and yachts moored out in the sheltered bay. From here you can explore the charm of a seaside town with café’s, shops and bars and bistro. A haven for wildlife, Cumbrae attracts migrant birds from around the world, and the flora of the island is equally varied with a visit to the island’s Marine Research Station with museum and aquarium a must. Millport is also the home of Europe’s smallest cathedral and Britain’s narrowest house. An ideal location for cycling, walking and golf, and the National Watersports Centre offers courses to suit all aspect of water based activities. The main Newton Bay offer sheltered anchorages and secure moorings. Beach 100 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Dunure, ScotlandWith spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran, this is a quirky, spacious end-terraced holiday cottage. The small enclosed garden is a suntrap. Originally built for local fishermen part of the cottage is over 250 years old, it sits yards from Dunure beach and harbour on the 100-mile Ayrshire Coastal Path, one of the finest panoramic coastlines. Enjoy walking, cycling, visiting gardens and castles, riding, bird watching, fishing, racing, and golf at Troon and Turnberry. Robert Burns country with many attractions is a few miles away. Culzean Castle Country Park has wooded trails along the beach. Cafe, gift shop and pub 300 yards away, shop and takeaways 4 miles away.£65From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Pinmore, ScotlandThis spacious holiday home sits within the Ayrshire countryside on a working farm, with walks from the door. Girvan, 6 miles. Explore the coast with sandy beaches or rocky paths. Golf at Turnberry, a short drive. Salmon and trout fishing available at cost. Explore the Solway from Newton Stewart. Wigtown offers many book shops and cafes. Private fishing by arrangement. Shops and pub 6 miles.£54From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Mauchline, ScotlandThis spacious barn conversion is situated on a country road in the Ayrshire countryside, close to the villages of Coylton and Stair. Set within 12 acres of farm and woodland, with a short woodland walk direct from the door, this semi-detached cottage, next to the owners’ home, provides a tranquil holiday base from which to explore the beauty of Ayrshire and south west Scotland.
Ayrshire offers unspoilt scenery and a varying coastline with the Ayrshire Coastal Path, 100 miles along one of the finest panoramic coastlines in the British Isles, easily accessed.
Inland, there are gardens and castles to visit, riding, racing, a choice of golf courses and several country parks to visit. Culzean Castle (owned by the National Trust for Scotland) being Ayrshire’s most popular tourist attraction, has a network of wooded trails passing along the beach. Day trips to Ireland can be taken from Stranraer, and both Glasgow and Edinburgh can easily be reached for a day out.£111From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Skelmorlie, ScotlandThis spacious, detached, single-storey cottage has been fully renovated to a very good standard, and is situated on the owners’ a working sheep and dairy farm. With its own private hot tub and barbecue area, the cottage offers views over open countryside and is situated close to the towns of Dalry and Lochwinnoch. For walkers or those bringing their four legged friends, there are dog and boot washing facilities.
Located on Scotland’s west coast, the property is ideally located to explore the beauty of the Ayrshire coastline. Ayrshire offers a varied coastline with villages, beaches and rocky coves to explore, and is an ideal location for cyclists and walkers with Skelmorlie heralding the start of the Ayrshire Coastal Path, a 100-mile long coastal walk. Inland there is walking, cycling, gardens and castles to visit along with opportunities to ride, fish and golf (the world famous Turnberry course is nearby). Culzean Castle Country Park, extending for over 550 acres, has a network of wooded trails passing along the beach. For water sports, Castle Semple is within easy reach, and mountain bike hire can be found at Lochwinnoch, 5 miles away.
Explore the islands of Cumbrae, Arran and the Isle of Bute or catch a ferry to Dunoon and the Cowal Peninsula which gives you great access to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily reached for a day trip. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£104From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Girvan, ScotlandThis charming cottage is situated in the small coastal village of Ballantrae, and boasts direct access to the beach and fantastic views over the sea. The detached cottage is situated on the Ayrshire Coastal Path, one of Scotland’s long distance walking routes covering 100 miles of the finest panoramic coastlines in the British Isles. Crowned with a superb backdrop of the ever-changing profile of the mountains of Arran across the Firth of Clyde, this coastline is steeped in history and teeming with wildlife, including red squirrels, deer, otters and seals, and is a haven for bird watchers. Ballantrae is a pretty village overlooked by the ruins of Ardstinchar Castle, and guests will find plenty of opportunities for fishing nearby. During the summer months the village hosts a variety of events and there is a visitor information point to help you plan your days.
Inland there are gardens and castles to visit, horse riding and a choice of golf courses available. Culzean Castle, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, is spectacular and is one of Ayrshire’s most popular tourist attractions. The surrounding country park, extending over 550 acres, has a network of wooded trails passing along the beach. The islands of Arran and Cumbrae are easily accessed and make for a lovely day out, while day trips to Ireland can be taken from Cairnryan. The seaside town of Girvan, with a harbour and leisure centre with swimming pool, is only a 10-minute drive away. Boat trips can be taken out to Ailsa Craig to see the varied birdlife, or Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily reached for a day out. Beach 150 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 350 yards.£69From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ayr, ScotlandThis charming cottage is situated in a quiet, peaceful, riverside location and boasts its own private hot tub to relax in after a day’s exploring the area. The charming town of Stewarton with many independent shops, eateries, cafés and pubs all within walking distance, one of the pubs being dog friendly.
Ayrshire has a fantastic coastline with villages, beaches and rocky coves to explore, perfect for walkers of all abilities with the Ayrshire Coastal Path, a 100-mile long coastal walk close by. Inland there is walking, cycling, gardens and castles to visit along with opportunities to ride and fish, and Championship golf courses such as Royal Troon, Rowallan Castle and Turnberry. Craufurdland Castle with activities such as Tree Top Trails, archery and crate climbing will be an experience you will not forget. Culzean Castle Country Park is a National Trust park and the beautifully restored Dumfries House is well worth booking a tour. Catch a ferry to explore the islands of Cumbrae, Arran and Bute, or Dunoon and the Cowal Peninsula which gives you great access to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily reached for a day trip. Beach 8 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£167From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Girvan, ScotlandThis spacious, semi-detached house is situated only yards from a beautiful sandy beach, with the most stunning views over the sea to Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran.
Situated on the Ayrshire Coastal Path, the cottage offers an ideal location from which to explore the beauty of Ayrshire, with its varying coastline, along with villages, beaches and rocky coves to explore. The coastal town of Girvan has shops, restaurants, a superb leisure centre with swimming pool, and a lovely harbour where boat trips can be taken for either fishing trips or to watch the nesting birds on Ailsa Craig.
There are gardens and castles to visit, riding, fishing, racing and a choice of golf courses, including the world famous Turnberry. Why not visit The National Trust Culzean Castle Country Park and Dumfries House? You can get out and about easily as there are good transport links to Glasgow for a day out, along with day trips to Ireland from Cairnryan, and Dumfries & Galloway. Beach 50 yards. Shop 100 yards, pub 200 yards and restaurant ½ mile.£76From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Girvan, ScotlandThis lovely terraced cottage is located in the charming village of Ballantrae, situated on the Ayrshire Coastal Path, a fantastic 100 mile walking route set along the beautiful Ayrshire coast, with views to the mountains of Arran and across the Firth of Clyde. This coastline is steeped in history and teeming with wildlife, including red squirrels, deer, otters and seals, and is a haven for bird watchers. Fly fishing may be available by prior arrangement.
Heading north, the seaside town of Girvan with its harbour and leisure centre with a swimming pool, is only a 15-minute drive away and boat trips can be taken out to Ailsa Craig to see the varied birdlife. The towns of Ayr, Troon and Prestwick are all good for a day out, with plentiful restaurants, shops and bars. Heading further down the coast, ferries can be taken over to the islands of Cumbrae, Bute and Arran. Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily accessible for a day out. Further south, you will find Stranraer situated at the head of Loch Ryan. The town has an array of shops and there are plenty of places to dine out. There are many castles and gardens to visit as well as lovely harbour villages including Portpatrick and Drummore, Scotland’s most southerly point at the Mull of Galloway. Beach 100 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.£102From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ayr, ScotlandThis spacious modern detached house is located on a working sheep farm down a quiet country lane with stunning views over open countryside to the Island of Arran. The small village of Kilmaurs is a short walk and has shops and a restaurant.
Ayrshire offers unspoilt scenery and a varying coastline with villages, sandy beaches and rocky coves to explore while inland there are gardens and castles to visit, along with activities such as riding and racing. For the keen golfer, there is also an excellent choice of courses in the area. Culzean Castle (National Trust) and Dumfries House are one of the most popular days out.
The seaside towns of Ayr, Prestwick and Troon are all close by with beautiful sandy beaches and stunning views across the sea. Day trips can be taken to Arran and Cumbrae and are well worth the effort. A little further afield, The Galloway Forest Park is Britain’s largest forest park with three hundred square miles of wild beauty waiting to be explored. The park boasts tranquil valleys, rugged rock faces, forest, moorland, lochs and ancient woodland and a huge diversity of wildlife including red and roe deer, wild goats and many birds of prey.
The property is ideally situated only a short drive from Glasgow or you could even hop on the half-hourly train service which takes just 30-40 minutes. The city is well worth a visit and full of museums, gardens, art galleries, superb shopping, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, one of Scotland’s most picturesque areas, is just 25 miles away with excellent outdoor activities to be enjoyed including walking, cycling, golf, fishing, pony trekking and water sports. Beach 9¼ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£188From price per night based on 7 night stay