Pet 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.

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  • Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Scottish Borders

    Fabulous walks tailor-made for dogs and their owners with dramatic and spectacular scenery make the dog-friendly Dryburgh Abbey Hotel in Scotland a must for visitors to the Scottish Borders.

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  • 1 Blinkbonny Cottages, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Lovely old end terrace cottage in Borders town of St Boswells, This is a beautifully styled cottage which accommodates up to three people, Open fire, Pet-friendly.
    £59
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  • Hume Orchard Steading, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Perfect for families or groups of friends holidaying together, this lovely holiday cottage has been created from original farm buildings to form roomy, flexible holiday accommodation. The spacious kitchen is the heart of the house with the Aga and long dining table at one end and a cosy stove and comfortable seating at the other. The bright sitting room has an open fire and French doors to the garden. Set in rolling countryside, 6 miles north of the picturesque town of Kelso, and 5 minute walk from imposing Hume Castle, this delightful holiday cottage also has a private enclosed garden and open countryside views. Range of activities to suit all ages and interests are available locally; cycling, golf, riding, horseracing, fishing, historic houses of Floors Castle and Mellerstain and the four great border abbeys of Kelso, Melrose, Jedburgh and Dryburgh, while Edinburgh is only a scenic 1 hour drive. Shops and pub 3 miles.
    £136
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  • Adams House, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
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    This charming annexe apartment rests in Coldingham, Scotland. Ground-floor-level. Enclosed garden. Sea views. Eyemouth 4.6 miles; Berwick-upon-Tweed 14.1 miles; Edinburgh 47.1 miles.
    £58
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  • Garden Cottage, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Tucked away on the edge of the picture postcard village of Coldingham, Garden Cottage has lovely light, spacious living areas and a great bathroom with both a shower cubicle and a bath. This property is perfect for guests with younger children, as there is a cot and highchair available. There are gardens to both front and rear, and it is just a few minutes’ walk into the village where there is a priory, as well as local shops and a couple of cosy pubs serving food. You can also enjoy circular walks round the village. Sandy, sheltered Coldingham Bay, popular with surfers and divers, is 20 minutes’ walk, and Coldingham Loch offers fly fishing. St Abbs is a fishing harbour with a café/restaurant, and St Abbs Head National Nature Reserve is a coastal headland with breathtaking panoramic views and awesome cliffs where thousands of seabirds nest in the spring. You can enjoy amazing coastal walks, including a 30-mile route from Berwick-upon-Tweed to Cockburnspath, or take a boat trips from Seahouses to the Farne Islands, or from Berwick-upon-Tweed on the River Tweed out into the North Sea. Edinburgh is under an hour by train from Berwick, a fascinating Elizabethan walled town. There is a working harbour and golf in Eyemouth, historic houses and castles galore, fishing nearby, and plenty of crafts and galleries. Beach 1¼ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
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  • Torview House, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    A wonderful detached cottage situated in Lyne Station, Scotland. Ground-floor accommodation. Great for families. Pet-friendly. Penicuik 13.3 miles. Edinburgh 22.4 miles. Melrose 23.5 miles.
    £176
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  • Bonjedward Mill Farm Cottage, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Former mill worker's cottage nestled on a working farm near Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders. Dog-friendly. Off-road parking. WiFi. Kelso 12 miles; Melrose 13 miles.
    £60
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  • Sea Spray, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    A traditional apartment resting in the town of Eyemouth in Scotland. Charming interior. Pet-friendly. Sea views. St Abbs 4.5 miles; Chirnside 7.7 miles.
    £52
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  • Purves Cottage, Scottish BordersInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in a lovely, rural village setting, in the beautiful Scottish Borders near Berwick-on-Tweed on the East Coast mainline. With a lovely, enclosed garden to relax in, river walks right next to the village and an award-winning pub on your doorstep - you’ll have everything you could wish for for a holiday in Scotland.
    Purves Cottage is a prominent and historic yet homely and cosy building, formerly a tailor’s business, one of many in the village back in the early 1900s, which has now been lovingly converted to a delightful spacious holiday cottage. It is in perfect location for walks or fishing on the Whiteadder and Blackadder rivers at Allanton (just 100 yards from the cottage) and nearby on the Tweed in various locations throughout the borders. There is a separate fully enclosed garden out to the rear which is accessed across the parking area looking out over the field with basic BBQ facilities, table and chairs and a whirligig washing line should you need it. There is a log store here too, and a selection of outdoor games. There is a water hose fitted outside if you want to wash dogs from a muddy walk!
    Allanton usually hosts a number of annual events including a summer beer festival and garden party (June). Being just 100 yards up the street it’s not far to stumble home after a tipple or two. Choose from over 40 gins, a great selection of wines and fabulous food. There is a beer garden to the rear and dogs are also welcome. On sunny days you can dine al fresco in the pretty garden overlooking the fields towards the coast.
    There is play-park further up the village for young children, and you have access to some of the most beautiful countryside and riverside walks.
    The cottage is perfectly located to enjoy an abundance of sights, places to visit, attractions and activities for all tastes including amazing walks, beaches, golf, fishing, shooting, cycle routes and surfing. St Abbs and Coldingham on the coast a few miles away are excellent for surfing, sea-kayaking, and diving. There are a number of historic houses and castles nearby such as Manderston, Thirlestaine, Mellerstain and Floors Castle all a short drive away throughout the Borders. Alnwick Castle & Gardens (of Harry Potter fame!) is a short drive down the A1, as is Bamburgh Castle on the fantastic Northumberland coast. You can take a drive down the coast through a number of pretty coastal villages and towns. Holy Island or Lindisfarne (featured in TV series Vikings and The Last Kingdom) is a real treat to visit with lovely local shops selling gifts, art and ice-cream, Lindisfarne Castle and beautiful historic priory to walk around. Holy Island is cut off twice-daily from the rest of the world by fast-moving tides which cover over the causeway road to and from the island - so be sure to check the crossing times or you’ll be stranded! Shop 1 mile. Beach 11 miles.
    Please note that Allanton is in a rural area and August is the main harvest month here for farmers rushing to get the crops in dodging the rain, so farm traffic can be going through the village at all hours during this time.
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