Top Dog Friendly Hotel in Scotland
We are a truly dog friendly hotel and have found over the years that happy dogs make happy guests.
All our cottages (Stables, Walled Garden, Roselea) are dog friendly with fenced gardens (fenced does not mean sealed!).
If you are staying in a room you must let us know as not all rooms can accommodate dogs. Our dog friendly rooms are on the ground floor with no carpet. All our member of staff love dogs and many in our team volunteer in rescue dog charities. We welcome dogs of all size and have stringent hygiene protocol in place (all public areas mop-steamed several time a day, all rooms mop steamed and sanitised. Wooden or stone floor only).
Good to know:
Dogs are welcome in all public areas including all restaurant rooms and we have fresh water for them at all time. Like with our human customers we expect furry guests to be appropriately well behaved and reasonably tidy (we have doggy/muddy boots hoses at the cottages and at the hotel and doggy towels if required). We have a limited amount of dog beds, let us know if you need one.
We strictly ask our guests not to leave their pets alone in any of our accommodation. This is for fire safety reason as well as for the comfort of other guests and the well-being of your dog. If you need a pet-sitter or dog walker we recommended the fully accredited local business Blairgowrie Walkies.
If you have booked your accommodation directly with us, dogs can stay for free. If you have booked via a third party there will be a £15 charge per dog per night. We reserve the right to invoice for extra cleaning or damage in exceptional cases, especially if dogs were left alone in accommodation.
Walks and leads:
There are wonderful walks round the estate for you and you furry friends: the North Wood next to the hotel, the river Tay path with its pebble beach by the Stable cottages… just ask a member of staff. Most of the river bank we own and manage is part of a protected wildlife scheme: make sure that your dog is under control at all time especially during ground bird nesting season (May to July). Be mindful of salmon anglers (sharp fishing lures are very attractive) and of the horses and hens in the field near the stables.
Things to Do
Fairytale castles, superb golf courses, magical walks are at our doorsteps plus our very own salmon fishing on the river Tay. More...Explore
Why not giving your furry friend a Meikleour Arms voucher? Just call us and personalised vouchers can be sent by post or email.