Imagine a travel companion who never complains and is always happy to go with the flow. These are just two reasons why dogs make the best holiday buddies.Leading dog-friendly holiday company PetsPyjamas understands that getaways are more fun with fido too, which is why they specialise in breaks to thousands of pet-welcoming hotels, cottages, manor houses, pubs with rooms and stylish B&Bs in the UK and Europe. Pets go free and receive a free pet travel kit as standard plus there’s lots exclusive-to-PetsPyjamas packages with extras such as sausages for breakfast or pawsecco.

Here’s PetsPyjamas top 10 dog-friendly places to stay in Scotland.

Loch LomOnd Waterfront, Balmaha

Set within 18-actes of private grounds along the banks of Loch Lomond, these dog-friendly lodges and chalets are the height of luxury and the surroundings will provide your pet endless adventure. Relax in Mother Nature’s beauty, take advantage of on-site spa treatments or enjoying a glass of champagne in your private hot tub. Save on cooking by hiring a chef to cook for you or head out to a choice of nearby dog-friendly pubs. Priced from £145 p/n.

Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Perthshire

A world-famous five-star luxury hotel within its own estate in Perthshire, this French style chateau is ideal for pooches and owners looking for both R&R and exhilaration. Activities include 850-acres to explore, a golf course, spa, pool, shooting school, equestrian centre, falconry school, gun dog school and dog training centre. Post activities, dine in one of Gleneagles’ fabulous restaurants; the two Rosettes Strathearn for classical French and Scottish dishes, or the Andrew Fairlie with two Michelin stars. Priced from £515 p/n.

East Haugh House Hotel, Pitlochry, Perthshire

Set in the heart of the Highlands, this beautiful 17th century stone house is now a boutique family-run hotel and is a great spot for fido thanks to its surrounding woodland walks and riverside rambles. History fans will also enjoy the close proximity of iconic landmarks – Balmoral, St Andrews, Stirling and Glamis Castle, which are all within an hour and a half’s drive from the hotel. Priced from £140 p/n.

Tigh Na Leigh Guesthouse

This former Victorian doctor’s practice has been extensively modernised to afford guests every comfort while retaining its original character to create a small guesthouse that is big on hospitality, great food and quality service. Your dog will love being fussed over by the pet-loving staff and the fabulous walks and hikes nearby, while you’ll love the ambience and easy atmosphere of this guesthouse provides. Enjoy refuelling after your trails with delicious meals made from the best fish, game, meat, vegetables and more than Perthshire has to offer. Priced from £115 p/n.

B+B Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Situated in Edinburgh’s fashionable west end, this four-star boutique B+B hotel is the perfect base for you and your dog to explore the city’s beautiful landscapes, castles and parks. Design, comfort and great hospitality are all part of the philosophy at B+B Edinburgh and stunning views over Scotland’s capital city is standard to every room. Charge your day with breakfasts of haggis and square sausage and unwind in the dog-friendly bar. There’s also a secure garden for your dog to roam. Priced from £109 a night.

Trigony House Hotel, Closeburn, Dumfries and Galloway

Upon arrival, resident dog Roxy will give you a welcome kit and letter, and food, bowls and beds will also be provided. Trigony House itself is a relaxed and inviting Edwardian country house hotel, set in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway for the best walks, and has an award-winning restaurant where you can dine with your dog. Plus, there’s the most important meal of the day – and The Trigony happens to have been awarded for it with the Best Breakfast in Scotland title. Priced from £130 p/n.

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel, Melrose, Scottish Borders

Winner of “Dog Friendly Hotel of the Year’ in the Scottish Hotel Awards for three years in a row, there’s lots of tailor-made walks with dramatic and spectacular scenery to enjoy. The majestic 19th century country house hotel sits within its own wooded estate and has stunning views of the River Tweed and the heather clad hills and forests. The Dryburgh Abbey Hotel sits adjacent to the enigmatic ruins of Dryburgh Abbey – the burial site of Sir Walter Scott. Priced from £99 p/n.

Four Seasons Hotel, St Fillans, Perthshire

Resident dogs, Cham and Pagne along with the Pet Butler will give you and your doggy a great welcome. Situated on the banks of the Loch Earn, The Four Seasons Hotel couldn’t have more spectacular views of the surrounding landscape of Perthshire, and the hotel boasts a variety of fantastic dog walking trails, from secluded valleys to the wide-open spaces. Dine with your dog in the bar area or if you pre-book, the hotel can set you up in the sofa area of the Bistro. The hotel offers contemporary Scottish cooking at both its restaurants and for dogs, they have a special canine menu. Priced from £114 p/n.

G&V Royal Mile Hotel, Edinburgh

Small dogs are welcome in all the bedrooms at the five-star, luxury G&V. Set in the heart of the Scottish capital, this stunning and contemporary landmark is a bold and beautiful base from which to explore the city in style. The hotel also has an award-winning destination restaurant, Cucina where you’ll find authentic, seasonal, modern cooking inspired by classic Italian cuisine. For your dog, pet beds and bowls are provided and The Meadows park is just a five-minute walk from the hotel. Priced from £331 p/n.

Nunland Hillside Lodges, Dumfries & Galloway

Nestled into a hillside with views over the foothills and forests of Dumfries, Nunland Hillside Lodges allows you and your dog the chance to experience the enchanting wilderness of southwest Scotland. A mixture of luxury and traditional, choose from hilltop or tucked away lodges that offer ultimate seclusion from the outside world. Each lodge has its own private hot tub, a fully-equipped kitchen and an outdoor furnished decking area for al fresco dining. Priced from £155 p/n.

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