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Dog Friendly Motorhome Hire

Motorhome Hire Scotland

Dogs are very much members of the family for many people, making it a big wrench to leave them behind to go on holiday for a week or two. With Motorhome Hire Scotland’s dog friendly motorhome hire you can take them out on the road with you in a comfortable and relaxing space and there will be no kennel bills to pay or worrying about whether they are being looked after properly.

Your dog will love exploring Scotland and beyond with you and your kids, it provides the opportunity to them to places they would never have otherwise been able to visit. From stunning sandy beaches to beautiful hills and mountains in national parks, there is no shortage of activities that you and your pet will enjoy.

Donation to Saints Sled Dog Rescue With Every Hire

For every dog-friendly motorhome hire we take, we donate £25 to the fantastic Saints Sled Dog Rescue – SSDR, a charity very close to our heart.

SSDR is nationwide, voluntary run non-profit organisation, whose aim is to help as many unwanted and stray Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes as possible through the process of fostering and re-homing, or simply supporting their owners with help and advice.

Our Dog Friendly Motorhomes

Where Will Your Dog Friendly Motorhome Hire Take You?

  • Beaches

    For a walk, a paddle or a swim, the beach is a favourite for dogs as they run and play in wide open spaces and splash in the sea.

  • National Parks

    There are a number of stunning national parks in Scotland and beyond that both you and your dog will enjoy. Long walks through forests, open glens and on the banks of beautiful lochs is a fantastic way to spend a day.

  • Hillwalking

    Exercising your furry friend up hills and mountains is a great way to keep you both fit. It also offers the opportunity to enjoy the stunning scenery that the peak offers.

  • Historical Sites

    Many historical castles, stately homes and ancient ruins allow you to bring your dog along to explore the unusual surroundings.

  • Water-sports

    It might sound a little unusual but you’d be surprised by the number of water-sports enthusiasts that take their dog along for the adventure and fun on the open water in a doggy life jacket.

  • Dog-Friendly Cafes, Restaurants and Pubs

    At the end of a day filled with activities it is nice to find somewhere to relax and enjoy a hearty meal without leaving your dog behind. There are a huge number of cosy establishments that will allow you to do just that.