Well-behaved dogs are most welcome with us in public areas providing food service areas are avoided. Each of our guest bedrooms are dog friendly. The traditional county town of Argyll makes the perfect base for exploring the west coast with your family dog. Take a walk along the shore and the nearby Inveraray Castle with it's trails that lead to the viewpoint of Dun na Cuaiche.
Explore the lochs, the rugged landscapes and trails that surround our Inveraray hotel with your four-legged friend.
In order to clean up the extra dog hairs left behind by your furry friend we charge an additional £20 per dog, per evening.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome free of charge and can go anywhere they like - except the pool or hot tub. Tell us when you want to dine and we will make sure you get a table position that gives your guide or assistance dog space to lie down, plus a complimentary bowl of the finest Scottish water.
We ask that you keep your humans on a lead while in public areas
We have a dedicated dining area for you in Loch View Bar when you and your humans get hungry.
Not eating but want to relax? Join us in Loch View Bar.
If you need a lie-down, we ask that you keep your humans on the furniture and you take prime position by the fires or our dog beds.
Keep the barks down.
There is a diverse range of dog walking options within Inveraray and wider in Argyll.
There are many walks within the grounds of Inveraray Castle or into the local hills as well as longer walks for those that wish to spend a whole day exploring further afield into the woodlands of Argyll.
What dog friendly activities are near your Inveraray hotel?
Our dog friendly hotel in Inveraray has lots of fun activities that you and your four-legged friends can fill your days with nearby. With a plethora of lochside walks, tranquil forests and Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Inveraray is any dog's dream.
Is Inveraray Castle dog friendly?
Dogs are unfortunately not allowed inside the castle or gardens, however the wonderful grounds themselves are well worth the visit, where dogs are allowed when on a lead.
Is there a charge for bringing a dog?
Yes, to clean up extra hairs left by your furry friend we charge £20 per night.
Is our dog allowed in every room of your hotel?
Not quite, our pet friendly hotel in Inveraray welcomes your well-behaved dogs in our guest bedrooms, reception area, lounge and hotel grounds. We only ask that you please clean up after your dog for the sake of all our other hotel guests.
Can I leave our dog on their own in our room?
We would not recommend this, since your dog in an unfamiliar environment, they may behave unpredictably. However, as our hotel’s public spaces are dog friendly you can instead take them with you throughout your stay.
Is your dog friendly hotel fully dog proof?
We can not guarantee this. Whilst in our public spaces, including our grounds, we ask you to keep your dog on a leash so that all our hotel guests can enjoy the peace and serenity that our luxury hotel offers.
"Nothing was too much trouble, we had 2 big dogs with us and staff made them as welcome as us. The bar and waiting staff, were knowledgeable, the young guy behind the bar whose name I missed, knows his wine and whisky. They all seemed to enjoy their roles, service style and demeanour came naturally, quality food, surroundings but relaxed not formal and stuffy. The 2 Spa therapists were lovely and massage was fab. We loved the staff uniforms, and the chef did us proud too. Faultless so we stayed another night, thank you all from us and the dogs."
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Dogs always welcome
Views across Loch Fyne to the Cowal Hills
Keeping you connected
Great for walking your dog
Inveraray Castle, Kilchurn Castle and Dunderave Castle nearby
Neolithic and Bronze Age remains at Kilmartin Glen
Inveraray Jail and Auchindrain Township Open Air Museum
Dogs welcome in the bar & lounge
Free on-site car parking
In reserved spaces