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The Moorings Hotel lies alongside the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune's Staircase, with panoramic views of Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor. Bedrooms are well-equipped and tastefully decorated. The Jacobean Restaurant offers award-winning cuisine and less formal dining is available in the split level lounge bar, which has wood panelling and stained glass.
Dogs are welcome in a limited number of standard bedrooms at a charge of £7 per booking. Please inform the hotel that you are bringing your dog at the time of booking. More details
A privately owned and run former coaching inn set amidst the stunning scenery of "Bonnie Prince Charlie" country in the Highlands. The bedrooms all have coombed ceilings in the traditional Highland style and a four-poster room is available. Fresh local produce is used extensively in the award-winning meals served in the traditional dining room. A bar menu is also served in the pine clad lounge bar.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms. There is a charge of £5 per dog per stay. Dogs are allowed in public areas, except the restaurant. More details
Loch Leven HotelOld Ferry Road, North Ballachulish, Inverness-shire, Highland PH33 6SA
T: 01855 821236
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Whatever the season, the Loch Leven Hotel is the perfect place for a holiday in the Glencoe & Fort William area of the Scottish Highlands. Established in the 17th Century as a coaching inn and ferry stop for the Ballachulish Ferry (when this was merely a small row boat), the Loch Leven Hotel has been modernised and upgraded to its current high standard.
This hotel is a dream come true to a dog owner! The public bar/family room/games room area is all dog accessible. We have a lovely garden that sweeps down to the lochside and a path that does round to Bishops Bay and on through the grounds of the next hotel and through the woods between us, all accessible to dogs and owners. More details
Hotel situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe, with attractive gardens extending to the water's edge. It has stunning panoramic views across the loch to the mountains of Glencoe in the East and to Morvern and the Isle of Mull in the West. Bedrooms are individually decorated and tastefully furnished. There is an award-winning restaurant, a popular bar and a choice of comfortable lounges.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms and can be left unattended. There is a charge of £5 per dog per stay. Dogs are allowed in public areas on a lead, except when food is served. More details
Sandstone hotel situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Plockton, only a short walk from the seashore. Bedrooms are individually decorated in co-ordinating fabrics and are bright and airy. The comfortable lounge has an open fire in colder months. Delicious meals based on local produce are served in Symphony's restaurant, which is decorated in red.
Friendly dogs are charged at £10 per dog for 2 nights. They must not be left alone in the room and are not allowed on the beds or furniture or in any of the public rooms.
Small luxury hotel situated on the shores of Loch Sunart in 22 acres of natural meadow and woodland, where otters and red deer are daily visitors. The bedrooms and public rooms are beautifully furnished and decorated in co-ordinating fabrics. Most of the rooms have stunning loch and mountain views. Award-winning cuisine is served in the romantic restaurant.
The hotel welcomes all dogs and complimentary doggy treats will be left in your room. The gardens and shore are perfect for exercising your dog and if you need towels to dry your dog just ask. More details
Friendly hotel situated close to Ben Loyal with outstanding views over the unspoiled Sutherland landscape. Bedrooms are well-equipped and tastefully decorated and a four-poster bedroom is available. The comfortable lounge has wonderful views and has works by local artists on display. The bistro bar offers informal meals and an extensive range of malt whiskies and bottled beers.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms and can be left unattended. Dogs are allowed in the bar, except at meal times. Dogs are allowed in the hotel grounds. More details