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Family-Friendly Holidays in Scotland

 

Holidays are all good and well, but some places aren’t always suited for the whole family. If like us, you consider your furry friends as part of the family then you know the extent one goes to finding the family friendly holiday they’re looking for. Luckily for you, we’ve narrowed it down to some awesome family-friendly holidays in Scotland.

 

Where can we go?

 

The thing is, Scotland is becoming a widely pet-friendly holiday hub in the UK. You can go pretty much anywhere in Scotland with your felines and canines. From Alloa to Inverness you can find anything from a £31 per night stay to £145 per night.

 

Accomodation for family-friendly holidays in Scotland

 

Honestly, that depends on what you’re after. If you’re after something a little more luxurious, we’d advise the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness, from £110 per night you can have a Classic Double room (and you can even bring the pets) or a Classic Twin if you have a child for £120 (you can still bring your furry friend).

 

Elderburn lodges in Fife (near St. Andrews) is also a family and pet-friendly holiday stop. For 7 nights stay it’s only £900 for 4 if you book a week between June and August!

 

Perhaps that’s all glorious but a bit steep for your budget? No worries! We can advise The Townhouse, in Perth. It’s a wonderful family and pet-friendly guesthouse and you can stay from just £75 per night. Enjoy the views of a beautiful old Scottish town with the comforts of warm, spacious rooms and cuddle up with the furries.

 

What has Scotland got to offer?

 

Scotland is a culture rich country with not only an interesting history and good places to have a pint in but also homes some of the worlds most beautiful scenery with it’s hills, Lochs, mountains and countryside. There is honestly no country more pleasant to take a drive through, climb mountains in the countryside, swim in lochs or even abseil down rocky terrain. Why hesitate – book your family-friendly holidays in Scotland now!