Dog Friendly Lodges Scottish Borders

From the rolling hills and charming countryside in the west to the gentle valleys and the beautiful Berwick coastline in the east, the Scottish Borders is one of the most fascinating areas of Scotland and the pawfect escape in one of our pet friendly lodges. 

A scattering of inspiring abbeys, castles and cultural landmarks share the landscape with spectacular scenery, so there's plenty for you and your pup to explore on what is sure to be a memorable dog-friendly holiday.

 

  • Cringletie House, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image

    As you and your dog approach Cringletie House for the first time you will be welcomed by beautiful grounds, gardens sights, and smells.

    £253
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  • Groom's Bell, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Groom's Bell: Serene Georgian inn, mid-20th-century allure, art-filled. Sleeps 4 humans and 3 dogs.
    £99
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  • Stable Yard Cottage, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Stable Yard Cottage accommodates 6 humans and 5 dogs, boasting 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a cozy wood-burning stove, and a tranquil Scottish village setting.
    £109
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  • Heathfield, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
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    Welcome to Heathfield, your gateway to the enchanting Denholm village nestled in the heart of the picturesque Scottish Borders. A warm embrace of heritage and natural beauty awaits you in this idyllic holiday destination. Denholm, with its rich historical tapestry, invites you to step back in time and discover the charm of a bygone era. Wander through cobbled streets lined with quaint cottages, and you’ll find yourself transported to an age of yesteryear. The village’s clock tower, a prominent feature, stands tall as a reminder of its past, where time moves at its own, leisurely pace.
    For those with a penchant for the outdoors, the Scottish Borders offer an array of activities to keep you engaged. The rolling hills and serene landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for scenic walks and invigorating hikes. Follow in the footsteps of Sir Walter Scott, exploring the very trails that inspired his literary masterpieces. Fishing enthusiasts can cast their lines into the Teviot River, famous for its abundance of salmon and trout. Meanwhile, cyclists can explore a network of cycling routes, taking you through the breathtaking vistas of the Borders.
    If history and culture beckon, visit the nearby Mary Queen of Scots Visitor Centre in Jedburgh or immerse yourself in local traditions at the Hawick Museum. The Borders are known for their vibrant arts scene, so don’t forget to check out local galleries and craft shops. Heathfield in Denholm offers the ideal starting point for your adventure in the Scottish Borders, where each day is an opportunity to explore, relax, and create lasting memories.
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  • Lochside Garden House, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    This private and self-contained wing of a beautiful Victorian country house is ideal for family gatherings and parties, providing the perfect base for exploring Northumberland and the Scottish Borders with its beaches, historic buildings and stunning scenery. This south-facing house overlooks its secluded garden complete with barbecue, garden furniture, firepit, badminton and a large private hot tub for relaxing in. Beyond Yetholm Loch lies against a backdrop of green rounded hills. The surrounding parkland grazes horses and rare breed Soay sheep. Extensive farm and woodland walks are ideal for families to explore, pets and nature lovers. Interesting ecological and landscape features.
    Inside, you can enjoy the soft sofas surrounded by period furniture and paintings, an impressive library of around 3000 books, a chest full of toys, two open fires, a family grand piano, Wi-Fi, satellite television and a DVD player. There’s a special place for everyone in this spacious house. The well-equipped kitchen has an electric range and a large dining table. Adding to the fun of is the treehouse, reached by a rope bridge and descended by a spiral slide, designed for adventurous children and adults. An adjacent barn houses a shared snooker table and the lawns of Lochside House provide space for family fun with a swing and trampoline.
    The Yetholm Loch wildlife reserve can be reached along beautiful woodland walks and is home to many species of birds and animals. You may see an osprey or an otter playing in the sunshine. There is a family boat which guests are welcome to use for fishing or for the fun of rowing surrounded by wonderful scenery.
    The village of Yetholm is a couple of miles away with pubs, a garage, a butcher, a grocery store and a post office. Kelso is only 7 miles away with supermarkets and a wide range of shops. Edinburgh and Alnwick with its famous gardens are about an hour’s drive. Shop, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.
    Lochside Garden House can be booked together with Lochside Stable House (UPK) and Avenel Cottage (UK10920) to accommodate up to 29 guests.
    £138
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  • Oldfield, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Westruther, Scotland
    This delightful whinstone house lies in a glorious setting in the village of Westruther. Just 33 miles from the beautiful city of Edinburgh, it stands detached and benefits from an enclosed landscaped garden and grounds which include several lawns, an orchard, and horse paddocks. The garden enjoys a wide open outlook on to the horizon over Lauderdale and makes the perfect place in which to relax after a hard day touring the beautiful Scottish Borders. The welcoming hall has a cosy open fire and comfortable sofas, which leads to an elegant living room with a vast stone fireplace. The large kitchen has a locally crafted dining table, perfect for wonderful, memorable meals or try the local inn a short walk away in the village.
    Lauder, 8 miles, has a good selection of local shops and pubs as well as a golf course. Fishing and shooting can be arranged and horse riding is available locally. Excellent hill walking can be found on the Lammermuirs or Cheviot Hills and on the nearby Southern Upland Way, 2 miles. Thirlstane Castle, Mellerstain House and Floors Castle are just three of the many grand houses to visit nearby.
    Edinburgh is a must for a day trip. This historic and magical city evokes the imagination of all ages. Dominated by the imposing castle, there are excellent tours of the city and castle as well as wonderful shopping, pubs, restaurants, cinemas and theatres. The Royal Yacht Britannia is permanently docked in the historic medieval port of Leith, and can be boarded for an interesting insight into how the Royal Family lived whilst at sea. Shops and pubs 8 miles.
    Maximum guest occupancy of 10.
    £244
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  • Pinewood House, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    This spacious home is ideal for family and friends wishing to share a wonderful holiday or special occasion. Relax in the hot tub or try an invigorating swim in the Rapid River spa, also enjoy the large enclosed garden with swings, a sunken patio, fountain and waterfall. Have fun using the barbecue and lunch alfresco, and make use of the wine fridge in the kitchen. Play the grand piano in the living room with its open fire or take a walk in the 90-acre community woodland. Visit the village park with facilities for all ages. Experience the excellent local activities, golf, salmon and trout fishing, horse racing, riding and ice skating. The Southern Upland Way and St Cuthbert’s Way provide wonderful walking/riding, or explore the spectacular Berwickshire and Northumberland coast. Nearby, Kelso has cobbled streets and interesting local shops, restaurants and pubs. The ancient abbey, gracious town square and beautiful views along the River Tweed may be explored by following the town trail. Ideal for visiting the historic towns of Melrose, Jedburgh and Coldstream, while Edinburgh is only an hour by car. Home made meals, celebration dinners and housekeeping by arrangement. Shop ½ mile, pub 3 miles.
    £489
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