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    Advice on dog friendly Scotland holiday

    Looking for recommendations on places to go in Scotland with the boy for a week or so and maybe fit in a bit of stalking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricksport View Post
    Looking for recommendations on places to go in Scotland with the boy for a week or so and maybe fit in a bit of stalking.
    Try waterside lodge,s and you could go out stalking with Jim from creeside stalking pm if you want more info or a chat DJC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricksport View Post
    Looking for recommendations on places to go in Scotland with the boy for a week or so and maybe fit in a bit of stalking.
    There`s a few dog friendly cottage type affairs on here.
    I`m sure you will find something.
    https://www.justgiving.com/John-Slee/
    "He who kills sow with piglets empties the forest of boar" My neighbours dad on new years eve 2011.

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    Scotland is actually a big place and has loads of dog friendly places. What is your budget and where do yo want to go?

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    RED-DOT: haven't got anywhere in mind, hense this post. Looking around £300-£500 for about a weeks trip. Would be interested in doing some stalking while there but first and foremost is just getting away from work for a few days.

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    Email the Myrtle Inn at Callander... They will do the buisness for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tricksport View Post
    RED-DOT: haven't got anywhere in mind, hense this post. Looking around £300-£500 for about a weeks trip. Would be interested in doing some stalking while there but first and foremost is just getting away from work for a few days.
    Newton Stuart area plus stalking. Creeside stalking speak with jimandjanetmcerleans Janet

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    Go self catering, websites like cottages4you have a button to show only pet friendly places.
    You will find the jocks the most pet friendly people on earth.

    We always take a dog crate so we can get respite without worrying about the boy trashing the place, not that he does.

    ​Cheers.

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    East Kirkland Farm, Wigtown. Self catering cottages have the lot,gun cabinet in each cottage, dog kennels if you want to use them, indoor swimming pool and really friendly place, ive been going for over15yrs, honestly terrific.

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    fordbankb+b great accomodation and stalking available also fishing.

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