With hundreds of miles of wild, natural scenery to explore, Scotland is a dog’s paradise, particularly for pups who normally spend a lot of time in towns and cities. Adventurous feet and paws will love the rugged hikes, vast beaches, wild swimming and countless dog-friendly pubs with roaring fires to flop in front of. Our dog-friendly glamping places in Scotland put you in the heart of the wilderness but with all the creature comforts you need for a relaxing break.
Whether you’re looking for loch side luxury, mountain seclusion or cosy by the coast, we’ve got the glamping place for you. Dogs are welcome at a huge range of our places from the simple, rustic cabins to the architectural wonders of design. As a team of outdoor adventurers and dog owners, we inspect every place personally to make sure it has that extra bit of magic for you and your good girl or boy.
If you’re a dog owner, you’ll know that it’s really not about you any more, it’s all about them. Take a look at our tail-waggingly good spaces to celebrate your dog’s birthday.
One of the best parts about our collection is the number of places just as excited to see your dog as you are to take them with you. Though there’s a huge number of places in our collection that welcome dogs, here’s a selection of a few that caught our eye.
Who we are Canopy & Stars was founded just over a decade ago and now we’re leading the way in unique, outdoor holidays that help people live a life more wild. We’re an employee-owned, certified B Corp with a charitable trust that donates to environmental causes. We know each one of our places inside-out and we work closely with our passionate, and ridiculously creative, owners to make sure your glamping holiday is an incredible experience in nature.
Our dog friendly glamping breaks in Scotland You and your four legged friend can choose from the best, most unusual and magical glamping spaces in Scotland when you book with us. You can sample everything from bothies, shepherd’s huts and cabins to spectacular treehouses, horseboxes, wagons and even a lost and found ferry terminal. We’ve inspected them all to make sure they meet our exacting standards of comfort, seclusion and incredible views. Shoulders will drop, endorphins will flow, tails will wag.
What to do with your dog in Scotland Explore the national parks, hike for miles, dip brave feet and paws into crystal clear water, then curl up together in happy exhaustion by the campfire as the sun goes down. Your dog might not appreciate the utter majesty of the blanket of stars above you at night but they’ll definitely love how deeply relaxed and playful their owners are in Scotland.
We are doing our bit for the planet We’re always looking for ways to reduce our environmental impact and promote responsible travel across the industry. We’ve set ourselves several ambitious goals including carbon neutrality by 2030 and we’re committed to improving access to nature for those with disabilities and disadvantaged young people. If you’re interested, our latest Impact Report shares our successes, challenges and plans for the future.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.