Twelve Night Dog-Friendly Road Trip

Discover the delights of Loch Lomond and the Cairngorms National Park on our fabulous dog-friendly road trip around Scotland. You and your best furry friend will love exploring the scenic mountain peaks, thick forests, and serene lakes of Loch Lomond National Park before continuing on to the Cairngorms National Park - home to fabulous landscapes, including mountains, hills, moorland, ancient Caledonian pine forest, straths, lochs and rivers with wonderful trails for you and your dog to roam.

Discover the delights of Loch Lomond & the Cairngorms National Park on our fabulous dog-friendly road trip around Scotland.

Let our expert Travel Concierge tailor a doggie road trip to your exact requirements, with wonderful dog-welcoming places to stay along the way, just for you and your best furry friend.

Top Travel Tip

Spring, Summer and early Autumn are the best times to visit Loch Lomond and the Cairngorms National Parks. The weather will be the warmest and the days the longest with the most sunshine.

Approximate Driving Time

Edinburgh to Loch Lomond: 2 hours (88 mi)

Loch Lomond to Cairngorms National Park: 1 hour 30 mins (35 mi)


From £1,800 for two adults and one dog*

Inclusions subject to package availability, please speak to your dedicated Pet Concierge for full inclusions.


Suggested Twelve Night Itinerary

Our PetsPyjamas bespoke 12-night dog-friendly adventure takes you on a tour of the stunning Loch Lomond and Cairngorms National Parks.

Start your adventure with a night in the bustling city of Edinburgh before travelling on to Loch Lomond National Park passing dramatic wooded areas and magical lochs along the way.

Then wend your way up to the Cairngorms National Park with its castles and mountains passing more jaw-dropping scenery.

And if you fancy extending your stay you could spend an extra night or two in Yorkshire on the way back.

Pennyhill Park

Destination One - Edinburgh (Two nights)

Start your doggie road trip with a wonderful two night's stay at The Bonham Hotel. Within walking distance of the Royal Mile, the hotel features access to an enclosed garden, with a dog-friendly dining area.

Vineyard Hotel

Destination Two - Loch Lomond (Seven nights)

At the Macdonald Forest Hills Resort, situated in a stunning rural location with a dog-welcoming Cocktail Lounge Bar and sumptuous spa to relax in after a long day of walking and with your best furry friend.

Whatley Manor

Destination Three - Cairngorms National Park (Three nights)

Finally, spend the following two nights at in a room or luxury lodge at the Kenmore Hotel, one of the oldest hotels in Scotland, nestled in the mountainous Highlands of Perthshire with stunning countryside on the doorstep.

On Your Trip

Surrey Hills

In Edinburgh

Hike up to Arthur’s seat and enjoy spectacular views across Edinburgh, take a stroll around the super dog-friendly Harrison Park, journey through the water of Leith Walkway, and discover Portobello beach, a charming seaside suburb with two miles of sand - perfect for beach-loving canines.


In Loch Lomond

Enjoy a picturesque five-mile walk around the stunning Loch Lomond, follow the wonderfully sceneic walking routes across Dumyat Hill and Conic Hill, visit the historic Inchmahome Priory, and discover Luss, with its pretty stone beach and dog-friendly paddle boarding.


In Cairngorms National Park

Enjoy fantastic walks in Aviemore and the Cairngorms, namely Cairngorms National Park, which offers stunning views and an abundance of local wildlife. Head to Rothiemurchas, where there are special areas for dogs to run free without disturbing the wildlife.

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Important Info

*Transportation not included. Prices from low season for two guests and one dog, entry-level in each area. Prices vary and are subject to availablity. See T&Cs for full terms.

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