Pet Friendly Holidays Perth and Kinross

With stunning scenery featuring beautiful moors, lochs, waterfalls and woodlands, Perthshire is an amazing place to explore with your pooch. Perfect for adventurous doggie walks and countryside strolls, there's plenty for you and your canine to see and do before you find sanctuary in cosy dog friendly holiday cottages.

 

  • Woodend Barn, PerthshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Escape to this splendid detached barn conversion in rural Perthshire, which is just a short drive from Auchterarder with its 1½-mile long high street lined with a splendid selection of eateries and bespoke shopping. Woodend Farm Barn nestles close to the owner’s home on Woodend Farm, now a 10-acre smallholding where Highland cattle and sheep graze. It was built well before the railway line, which is spanned by two beautiful bridges on the edge of the farm garden.
    For many years, the farm operated as an 80-acre pig farm, but in 1999, a 10-acre section was sold off and the new owners completely transformed it. The farmhouse remained, but many of the sheds were taken down to leave just a small section, which was turned into stables. When the current owners took over in 2009, the barn itself was initially used as a machinery store and then a lambing shed, the barn has now been converted into a holiday home with a private hot tub, where guests can relax in the evening with a glass of wine in hand.
    Immaculately-presented and providing spacious and contemporary accommodation, Woodend Farm Barn enjoys uninterrupted views of the miles of beautiful Perthshire countryside. This property is in an ideal location for relaxing with friends and family, and enjoying the area with all it has to offer.
    Gleneagles Golf Course and Auchterader Golf Club are close by, making it an ideal location for golfers, as well as an excellent base for exploring the countryside with its abundance of walks, cycling, fishing, Whisky distilleries, castles and historic homes and gardens.
    Crieff, Perth and Stirling are only a short drive away, and just over an hour’s drive from the heart of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The local railway station provides links to all major towns and cities. Alternatively just relax in the garden and enjoy the views, either in the hot tub, or from one of the outside seating areas which the owner has positioned to catch the best of the sunshine. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles.
    £89
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  • Farragon Cottage, Perth And KinrossInstant Book Overlay Image
    Blissfully set within the owner’s 2000-acre estate with beef cattle and sheep, these two idyllic, semi-detached cottages offer the ideal escape in Highland Perthshire. The views across Loch Tummel are simply breathtaking, and the surrounding countryside has an abundance of wildlife including ospreys, pine martens, grouse, red deer and golden eagles. Even though the properties are in a rural setting, superfast 4G signal is available in the area. Perfect for anglers, there is one mile of shoreline fishing with some accessible points for fishing, and two private fishing lochs within the estate. Outdoor pursuits abound in the area to suit all tastes, from walking and cycling, to sailing and even bungee jumping, making these properties ideal for adventurous holidaymakers.

    The Victorian holiday town of Pitlochry is only 10 miles away. The town’s festival theatre has a regular calendar of performances, and there are shops, restaurants, two whisky distilleries and a selection of popular organised events which take place all year round. These include Highland Games, The Enchanted Forest and the cycle race Etape Caledonia to name but a few.

    Immaculately presented for comfort and ease, these single-storey properties are in a perfect location for those seeking a tranquil retreat in a pretty setting. Shop, pub and restaurant 10 miles. Tummel Cottage (UKC576) can be booked together with Farragon Cottage (UKC577) to accommodate up to 4 guests.
    £77
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  • Chapelburn, Perth And KinrossInstant Book Overlay Image
    With spectacular views over Loch Tay to the surrounding Perthshire countryside, Chapelburn is in a superb location for a family or a group of friends who want to spend time together. Originally a chapel, the building dates back to the 1900s and is located next to the stream and pool where villagers were baptised. Chapelburn is a detached cottage which has undergone a unique and innovative conversion transforming it into a very spacious holiday home. It is the perfect property for guests wanting top quality accommodation, amenities, furnishings and linen in a fabulous location. The hot tub on the elevated decking outside adds to the experience, and taking a plunge in the waterfall fed plunge pool before getting toasty in the sauna will create holiday memories that last. To take full advantage of the south facing location, the decking with clear balustrades is along the full length of the front of the cottage and the ground floor rooms all have doors leading onto the decking with dining table for al fresco dining. The focal point of the cottage is the large open plan living area, furnished to a high standard and a great place for everyone to be together, with an island unit for casual dining or a dining table that can seat eighteen. There is a large TV, extensive DVD collection or bring your own movie collection to stream from your own devices on the 56" TV. Families will also enjoy the added bonus of a 7ft pool table. The well-equipped kitchen area boasts high quality fixtures and fittings and the second living room has a cosy double sided wood burner and comfortable sofas to relax and enjoy the spectacular views. There are also three well-presented bedrooms with patio doors leading onto the decking area. On the first floor, the two further super kingsize bedrooms benefit from balcony windows providing great views. Guests will find plenty of outdoor space with ample garden furniture and a footpath down to the loch side.
    There is lots to do in the area and the conservation village of Kenmore at the east end of Loch Tay has a shingle beach and great views down the loch where guests can enjoy water sports, loch cruises or maybe a spot of fishing. There is a local shop, a post office, deli, the oldest inn in Scotland, restaurants and the Cranog, a reconstruction of an Iron Age stilt dwelling built over the water. Kenmore hosts a traditional ceremony each January to mark the opening of the salmon season on the loch. This area is well known for outdoor activities with lots of walking and climbing opportunities available. Fearnan is at one end of the Tay Forest Park and leads to the hamlet of Fortingall, home of the Fortingall Yew, the oldest tree in Europe. At the far end of the loch is Killin and the Falls of Dochart, and a superb drive from here to the Bridge of Balgie leads to the top of Glen Lyon, the longest in Scotland. Golf is widely available throughout the region as well as horse riding, fishing, quad biking, bird-watching and cycling. Guests can take a Highland safari exploring the mountains, spot local wildlife including deer, visit whisky distilleries, historic castles and gardens. Whatever you choose to do during your stay you can rest assured that the luxury of Chapelburn awaits your return. The owners are as proud of the cottage as they are the beautiful countryside it sits in, and will always be pleased to share their extensive knowledge of the endless cycling, mountain biking, hiking and water sports that are all around Chapelburn. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 2 miles.
    £421
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  • Waterloo Farm House, Perth And KinrossInstant Book Overlay Image
    Waterloo Farm House is a traditional, stone-built, C-listed, detached cottage with a generous sized garden, providing a wonderful place for couples, friends and families to relax and enjoy this excellent property. Set in the quiet hamlet of Waterloo, it is believed that the original properties in the area were built for the soldiers returning from the Napoleonic Wars or for the widows of soldiers who did not return from the famous battle. It is thought that Waterloo Farm House was built around 1815 and in recent times was a berry farm but is no longer a working farm.
    This beautiful cottage has been completely rebuilt internally to provide a modern layout and was just completed in summer 2019, yet still maintains its original charm and character. The welcoming and bright living/dining room has large, comfortable sofas, attractive lighting and a wood burner ensuring this space is a cosy hub for guests to gather. Leading off from the living/dining room is the kitchen, equipped with quality appliances, and a breakfast area. There are stereo ceiling speakers in all rooms providing a shared sound system throughout the house or independent music from your Bluetooth enabled device in your own room if you prefer. The back door leads to a small patio where guests can enjoy breakfast or a morning coffee. There is a large enclosed lawned garden at the front of the property with a patio and garden furniture, ideal for an impromptu barbecue.
    Waterloo Farm House is in a great location for exploring this picturesque area which you can do on foot or by bike and there are lots of footpaths and quiet lanes directly from the doorstep. The village of Bankfoot is just 1 mile away, with a pavement all the way from the cottage and is very handy for a local store or one of the two local small hotels with bars. The attractive town of Dunkeld is only 5 miles away and makes a great day out with its historic cathedral and buildings, and a good selection of quality restaurants, coffee shops, delis, interesting independent shops, galleries and walks along the River Tay. Birnam is close by and is one of the best preserved historic towns in Scotland. The Arts Centre is home to the Beatrix Potter Exhibition and Garden which is well worth a visit. Walk along the riverside and discover magnificent old trees in the Birnam Wood which was mentioned in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The bustling city of Perth is only 10 miles away and is packed with places to eat and drink and has a theatre, museum, swimming pool and a great selection of shops including high street names and local boutiques. The railway stations at both Perth and Dunkeld have frequent services to Inverness and Aviemore, or you could be in the centre of Edinburgh in just over an hour without the stress of finding parking. Shop 1½ miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    £178
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