Cheap Dog-Friendly Holidays in Scotland
Robert Virgin: "Bonna is a wonderful and welcoming host. Her property and the surrounding area are beautiful. The yurt was very well equipped, and there was plenty of firewood to keep warm. My dog and I had a great time hiking around Bonna's property and the surrounding wilderness. I would definitely recommend this destination for anyone looking to unhook, unwind, and get away."
John Morris: "We had a terrific time staying two nights here. Our group was four adult men plus a small dog, yet despite the 12x12 confines, we were quite comfortable--that sleep loft was a convenient getaway. The cabin was well-appointed (Though the furniture was rickety. Beware the rocking chair! lol) with plenty of linens and towels, books and a cribbage board. The wood-burning stove heated the cabin to 74 degrees when outside temps were in the teens and was perfect for skillet and stove-top meals. The blanket of snow made for a picturesque setting, and our three-hour hike around the grounds was well-marked and maintained. I rated the activities straight down the middle, as we didn't see a soul over two days. But isn't that the point of a hut? The peace and quiet were terrific. Thanks for a welcomed getaway for me, my son, my cousin, my cousin-in-law and Coconut. We'll gladly come back any time of the year."
Noelle Whitaker: "We loved our stay, very remote. We didn’t see anyone our entire stay (which we loved)! Was only half an hour from Moab, the surrounding area was fun to explore (open fields). The yurt itself was clean, the charcoal fire was easy to cook on and starting the propane stovetop was simple as well. Bring lots of ice and water, and don’t be surprised if a cute big dog stays with nearby all day!"Show More