Coastal holidays in dogs welcome accommodation in Ayrshire on the west coast

3 rental properties match your search for Pet-friendly cottages Ayrshire coast
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Shiel Rural Retreat,

Kirkland, Thornhill, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
sleeps  4 sleeps 4
2 bedrooms 2 bedrooms
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
1 dog welcome  1 dog
family friendly family friendly

Remote Pet-Friendly 2 Bedroom Retreat in Dumfries and Galloway.

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ground floor bedroom
Facilities, Features & Awards:
TVMicrowaveFree WifiGardenParking
7 nights from £528
Next available: 07 May - 7 nights
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Clover Neuk,

Fairlie, Ayrshire, Scotland
sleeps  2 sleeps 2
1 bedrooms 1 bedroom
1 bathrooms 1 bathroom
1 dog welcome  1 dog
family friendly family friendly

Romantic 1 bedroom pet-friendly holiday cottage, within a 45 minute drive of Glasgow.

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ground floor bedroom
Facilities, Features & Awards:
TVDishwasherWashing machineMicrowaveFree WifiGardenParking
7 nights from £760
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Belton House Holiday Home,

Wanlockhead, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
sleeps  22 sleeps 22
7 bedrooms 7 bedrooms
4 bathrooms 4 bathrooms
2 dogs welcome  2 dogs
family friendly family friendly

Large 7 bedroom holiday house in a beautiful setting close to Biggar, just an hour's drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh, with a bar, sauna and hot tub on site, as well as a party room for celebrating, this is an ideal holiday home for big groups of friends or family.

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ground floor bedroomensuite(s)
Facilities, Features & Awards:
TVDishwasherWashing machineMicrowaveGames roomOutdoor Hot TubSaunaHeated poolFree WifiEnclosed GardenParking
7 nights from £4188
* Price quoted is not inclusive of any applicable booking fees or local charges.

Book a ‘dogs welcome’ holiday home on the Ayrshire coast and discover tranquil walks, empty beaches and friendly people with a gentle Scottish lilt. The Galloway hills add height to the landscape.

The Dunure road leaves Ayr southwards towards the famous greens of Turnberry Golf Course, the scene of many a competition. Golf is a very good reason to visit Ayrshire and a good excuse to escape for a few hours and leave the family to their own devices.

There are various other things to do on holiday in Ayrshire, perhaps try horse riding at the Shanter Horse Riding Centre which also arranges horse riding on Maidens Beach. Take the family mountain biking at Galloway Forest or go hunting sea shells on the beaches.

A holiday cottage very near the coast in Ayrshire ensures fresh air and lots of opportunities to go for a walk with the children and dogs. All you need to do is to find that pet-friendly cottage to your liking and make a reservation.