Dog friendly accommodation Perthshire Scotland



Dog Friendly Accommodation in Perthshire Scotland

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Dog friendly accommodation Perthshire Scotland: From many years experience as a leading Scottish Dog friendly hotel accommodation provider, we understand the fundamentals that go behind a truly great holiday with pets in Perthshire, Scotland.

First and foremost, pets are important family members and must be treated as such. Their natural needs must be catered for with park- or open land very near to the holiday accommodation for convenient handling of those little life’s necessities. After that, it’s pretty much down to getting lots of attention from the new folk they meet on holiday and mile after mile of lovely walks and, maybe, some safe swimming areas.

You’ll discover that Rosemount’s staff are selected on the basis of their passion for dogs, amongst other necessary qualifications. Additionally, we sit directly opposite a park, with red doggy bins and at the heart of a network of fabulous walks. On-site, shaded parking is also very useful in view of the inconvenience and worry if your dog has to be left in the car for a short spell, for any reason, off-site.

ALL BOXES TICKED at Rosemount – Dog friendly Hotel Pitlochry, Perthshire.

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Dog Friendly Accommodation Perthshire Scotland

Below, you’ll find some features that describe, in good detail, the facilities for dog families at Rosemount Hotel and in the Pitlochry area, in general. Rosemount specialises in Pitlochry dog friendly holidays, attracting pet families from all over Scotland and the UK.

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Dog Friendly Hotel
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. . . and things to do
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Loch-Side Walks
Hill Walks
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 Reviews by past guests at Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry number in their thousands, across various media, and are an excellent tribute to the craft skills of our wonderful and dedicated team of staff. Be sure to explore our rates for some great discounts, especially for early and late booking.

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Rosemount is a Scottish Dog Friendly Hotel

Pets are most welcome in 50% of our letting bedrooms and in all public areas, with the exception of our main Restaurant. Dog owners may dine in the company of their pets in nicely appointed, designated areas in our bar and lounge.

The difficulties encountered by many pet-owning families in bringing their dog on holiday to Scotland are well-understood by us. Many establishments have jumped on the bandwagon of Scottish dog friendly holidays as a commercial exercise without understanding the needs of this particular market.

At Rosemount, we did things the other way around. We love dogs and have never turned one away when asked if they could join their owners on holiday unless we have reached capacity. Since then, our business has evolved along dog friendly lines, gradually, in order to accommodate the need of pet families seeking pet friendly accommodation in Scotland. All the while, we have taken care in ensuring that our remaining guests are totally happy with having these darling canine critters around.


Perthshire is an Ideal Location for Holidaying with the Dog

It is only possible to cover a small section of possibilities for having a whale of a time with the dog in Perthshire. Endless, scenic walks and fabulous spots for swimming form a lattice work of opportunities for huge joy and furry fun. Pitlochry town is becoming increasingly attuned to the needs of dog owners and more and more cafes and bars are opening their doors to canine customers.

Finally, you’ll find, below, some useful information about walks and places you can visit in the Pitlochry and Perthshire area, in general.

Killiecrankie and Beallach Walks
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View of Loch Faskally
from Pitlochry Dam

View of the River Tummel
from Pitlochry Dam

Loch Faskally
Viewed from The Foss Road

Views of Loch Faskally along the Foss Road

View of Loch Faskally from Clunie Dam

Linn of Tummel
Along from Coronation Bridge

The Pass of Killiecrankie
Viewed from the Garry Bridge

Approaching Pitlochry Dam.
Nearly home to Rosemount . . .

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Ben Vrackie is a well known and much-admired hill which forms the ever-changing and scenic northerly landscape to the bustling resort town of Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire. Because “the Ben” sits to the north of the town, the sun lights its rugged southerly aspect, emphasising the contrast between greens, purples and greys in an ever-moving and dramatic way. All this against an equally dynamic and stunningly contrasting sky.

Views of- and from Ben Vrackie, with thanks to Jenny Herdman and Anatoly Zelenin for shares of two of the photos.

Ben Vrackie translates as `speckled mountain` and comes from a time when white quartz rocks were scattered across its slopes. On a good clear day the view from the summit of 2,757 ft (841 m) is tremendous with the Beinn a Ghlo range to the north and the sweep of Strathtay and Strathtummel to the west. In exceptional conditions it is even possible to see Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.

The walk to the summit of this imposing backdrop to Pitlochry town (sometimes known as Ben y Vrackie)  is approximately 3 hours  there and back from Rosemount Hotel Pitlochry. The path is well-constructed for most of the route, passing beside Moulin Burn and then across heather moorland.  A Lochan situated two thirds of the way up provides good safe swimming for dogs – an ideal cooler on a hot day. The final section is more demanding, but worth a little effort in return for the rewarding views. Red grouse and red deer live on the hillside and sometimes a flash of white can indicate the presence of the shy mountain hare.


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