sleeps three in two bedrooms
£495 to £995 per week
An attractive, traditional stone farmhouse in a beautiful setting in Glen Lyon, Scotland's loveliest glen. With forty acres of land including its own island and a stretch of more than half a mile of the River Lyon, Craigneanie is perfect for fishing, stalking, walking, and enjoying the beautiful Perthshire scenery and tranquility of the glen. And it's dog friendly! (Two extra beds in gypsy caravan £100 extra).
Waterloo Lodge, Lochinver
sleeps six in three bedrooms
£850 to £2100 per week
Luxury dog friendly log cabin with outdoor hot tub set in a beautiful, peaceful spot with outstanding views over the wee fishing village of Lochinver and the Assynt Mountain range on the other side of the loch. A superb base for exploring shores of the loch, climbing to some stunning peaks, spotting wildlife or just lazing about and socialising. Equipped with high quality gadgets including outdoor speakers for music on the terrace.
sleeps two in one bedroom or six in three bedrooms
£984 to £1608 per week
Two amazing stone houses built into the hillside, with wonderful sea and hill views, near Achiltibuie. Sit and watch the wildlife, wander down to the beach, go fishing, hillwalking or take a canoe out onto the water. This is a really beautiful, quiet spot in which to switch off and relax completely and your dog is very welcome here. There's even a sauna!
sleeps eleven in six bedrooms
£1295 to £2200 per week
Perfectly located for the whisky and castle trails and set amidst delightful gardens and grounds, the house enjoys marvellous views to the west over the remote Monadhliath hills. Carrbridge is in the Cairngorm National Park and close to the Boat of Garten in the Spey Valley. Feith Mhor welcomes dogs and has kennels if required.