South West Scotland Pet Friendly Cottages

We have a range of Pet Friendly Cottages throughout South West Scotland including places such as Ayrshire, Dumfries-shire, Kircudbrightshire, Lanarkshire, Wigtownshire.

Carruthers Cottage, Mouswald, Near Dumfries, Dumfriesshire

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • Only five miles from Dumfries, in a serene rural setting, Carruthers Cottage was built on the Mouswald Place Mansion estate, which dates from the 14th century, its remnants being visible on the property’s grounds. Also located five miles from a sandy beach, it is an ideal place to bide for nature lovers, as the surrounding area is excellent for walking, cycling and bird watching. You can visit nearby Caerlaverock, with its splendid attraction of The Wildlife and Wetland Trust and also the town of Gretna Green, which is famous worldwide as a very romantic eloping destination.

    Aside from being furnished and fitted to provide a high level of comfort, this cottage offers affordable accommodation as the gas and electricity are included in the rent (both the cooker and central heating use gas). The kitchen comprises any everyday use appliance, including a kettle, toaster and microwave; television and a DVD player are also available. The outdoor area encompasses a private parking space and a patio area with seating; guests are also allowed to stroll unhindered through the Mouswald Place Mansion grounds.

    Weekly prices from £243 – £436

    Church Cottage, Ayr, Ayrshire

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • In a region which is famous for its sports facilities and historical attractions, Church Cottage is located extremely close to Ayr city centre, with its many shopping, eating and entertainment venues. Boasting a renowned natural beauty, its surrounding area is suitable for walking, cycling, water sports, golf (there are a number of award-winning golf courses) and much more. Also, aside from visiting castles and other remnants of bygone times, guests can easily take the ferry to some of the most visited Inner Hebrides, such as Great Cumbrae (Millport being a commended recreational destination) or Arran.

    Church Cottage is ideal for family getaways and a comfortable stay is guaranteed – for instance, if guests have a small child, a highchair and cot can be provided on request. A pet is also allowed, preferably well-behaved. The kitchen is faultlessly equipped with every necessary appliance, including a microwave, a kettle and a toaster, whilst other appliances include a washing machine, a television set, a hair dryer and a radio. There is a parking space on the driveway and when the weather is suitable, guests can relax in the furnished private garden.

    Weekly prices from £292 – £492

    Acorn Croft, Nr. Whithorn, Wigtownshire

  • Pets: 2
  • Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • The Acorn Croft cottage is a delightful cottage catering for up to eight persons. Perfect for a large family break or a group. Located in Wigtownshire close to Whithorn. The cottage is in a great location for exploring the Whithorn peninsula and its many sandy beaches. Many activities are available locally such as cycling, golf and horseriding, plus the far reaching countryside is superb for walking with your pets.

    The accommodation comprises a spacious sitting room with a combined dining room and a door leading into the garden. There is a well equipped kitchen plus a handy utility room. There is one twin bedroom on the ground floor and the other three bedrooms, two doubles and a twin are located on the first floor. There is a shower over a bath on the ground floor and a shower and wc on the first.

    Weekly prices from £408

    Dumfries-shire Cottages

    Glen Cottage

  • Sleeps: 4
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 1
  • Glen Cottage is one of two neat and compact cottages set in a delightful location. Set in the grounds of Mouswald Place Mansion House on land which once belonged to Robert the Bruce, this cottage is perfect for people that want top notch accommodation to coincide with excellent surroundings. The exterior is charming and in-keeping with other properties in the area.

    The grounds also set the place apart from other offerings and provide a sense of grandeur throughout. Inside is also just as charming. Furnished to a high standard and boasting contemporary fixtures and fittings, it is light and airy and provides a relaxing and homely ambience. On the ground floor there is one bedroom with a king size bed as well as a comfortable and spacious kitchen with all the mod cons. There is also a wet room with shower, WC and basin. On the first floor there is a sitting room with a dining area and one twin room.

    All home comforts are also available including LPG gas central heating throughout and colour TV with Freeview. The delights of the interior are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what this property can offer. It is set in a beautiful and peaceful countryside location and what’s more is only two and a half miles from the Solway coast and only five miles from sandy beaches. It also proves to be a great base for touring the borders meaning whatever takes your fancy – this cottage is the ideal place to experience it all.

    Weekly prices from £252

    Dun Mohr at Friars Carse, Auldgirth

  • Sleeps: 6
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 2
  • This property is full of character and boasts an enclosed rear garden with patio and furniture meaning summer nights will be enjoyed to their fullest potential. It also offers easy walking access and is shrouded in beauty which makes it a perfect base for people who enjoy and appreciate natural beauty. The property itself is charming on the outside and is very well laid out on the inside.

    It has a hall, a sitting room with a sofa bed for two as well as a light and spacious kitchen with modern fittings. There is also a door that leads onto the pretty garden. With regards to sleeping arrangements, there is a double bedroom with zip and link bed (twins by arrangement) and an ensuite bathroom/WC with a shower over bath. An additional twin bedded room also has zip and link beds and there is an extra ensuite shower room/WC making the property perfect for a family who like space and privacy.

    Weekly prices from £250

    Smithy Croft, Elrig, Port William

  • Sleeps: 5
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 2
  • This cottage oozes character and heritage and is a traditional looking property that really fits in with all the delights that Scotland has to offer. Located in the hamlet of Elrig, the converted property was once the village Blacksmith’s meaning it has plenty of history and a story to tell in every room. It is also located just 1.5 miles from the coast at Luce Bay meaning location is convenient too.

    Port William is a three mile drive away, so the setting of the cottage is ideal for people who love exploration. At Port William there are shops, restaurants and local convenience stores such as a Post Office. Other coastal delights including; Isle of Whithorn and Garlieston are also within easy reach. The property itself is very spacious and easy accommodates a family. It has a hall; a kitchen/breakfast room as well as a sitting/dining room complete with a wood burner for a traditional feel.

    The décor is high quality with plenty of period features and is extremely homely. A bathroom/WC makes up the ground floor. There are steep stairs to the first floor where you will find a double bedroom with sloping ceilings as well as a twin bedded room, also with sloping ceilings. Outside there is also a garden with a patio and furniture. If you are looking for things to do in the area, you will find there is something for everyone. Fishing, horse riding and golf tend to be popular and all are available nearby.

    This property really does have it all – period features for a comfortable stay as well as a location that will highlight all the great things that this part of Scotland has to offer.

    Weekly prices from £191

    Ewes Schoolhouse, Nr. Langholm

  • Sleeps: 7
    Bedrooms: 3
    Pets: 1
  • The setting to this property can be summed up in one word – beautiful. Immersed in nature and surrounded by trees and fells in the heart of the borders, this property could easily be the setting for a film or a book. It is also only five miles from the delightful town of Langholm meaning even though you have maximum tranquility there are still plenty of things to do and see nearby.

    It has to be said however, this place is all about location and the grand ambience that it exudes. Both inside and out it is full of class and character and will prove to be one of the most cherished and loved properties that you will have ever stayed in. On the outside it oozes tradition and the interior is pretty much the same. It still retains many of its original features but has been designed and furnished to make it light and airy and extremely comfortable for guests. Spacious throughout, it has a hall as well as a sitting room with a wood burning stove and a dining room.

    It also has a kitchen as well as a separate utility/laundry room with an additional electric cooker. A shower room/WC makes up the ground floor. On the first floor there is a double bedroom with ensuite shower room/WC plus a twin bedded room with wash basin. An additional double bedroom, bathroom and cloakroom/WC make up the rest of the rooms. If all that isn’t enough to make your mind up, the property also boasts immediate access to the scenic, historic borders route to Edinburgh.

    Weekly prices from £433

    Laundry Cottage at Queenshill County Cottage, Nr. Castle Douglas Dumfries and Galloway

  • Sleeps: 4
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 2
  • Located on a working farm at the core of rural beauty in Dumfries and Galloway, this property proves to be a popular choice for people who want to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy tranquility of the highest order. Set on a stunning 650 acre estate, the property is one of a few cottages that have been superbly converted and transformed from tired farm buildings.

    They now provide comfortable and luxurious accommodation for people who want to enjoy what this part of Scotland has to offer – and there is plenty of it. As well as boasting spectacular views of hills and countryside, there is also access to a grass tennis court, fishing on the river, farm tours, walks and wildlife spotting opportunities. The extended local area also has plenty to offer. Horse riding and fishing tend to be popular activities to take part in and there are also good golf courses nearby.

    The sandy beaches of the Solway coast are only five miles away and a little further afield you will find Loch Ken which offers a great water centre boasting canoeing, water skiing and windsurfing facilities to name but a few. The property itself is also a big talking point. With many of its original features still intact and on display, it has a very traditional feel. It also has its own garden and patio. Inside, there is an open plan sitting/dining room with open fire and kitchen area, plus a double bedroom and a bunk bedded room. The shower room/WC is also spacious.

    Weekly prices from £242