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As dog owners, you will be spoilt for choice as a variety of great walking spots such as Carlton Hill and Holyrood Park are a short distance from our apartments. If you are visiting us soon ensure you remember to download the Dugs n’ Pubs App which will help you to find all the dog-friendly pubs, coffee shops, and restaurants across the city.
We offer dog-friendly accommodation but an additional one-off charge of £50 does apply to ensure your apartment is suitable for our next guests. When making a reservation via our website simply select “Bring your dog” in the enhancements section. If you have any questions then please do contact our team which will be more than happy to help.
Edinburgh boasts a plethora of breathtaking walking routes that offer stunning scenery. Whether it’s taking in the iconic hills or strolling by the waterside, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Embark on an easy ascent of Blackford Hill, one of Edinburgh’s Seven Hills, and soak in the panoramic views of Arthur’s Seat and the City Centre.
Just behind Blackford Hill, you’ll find The Hermitage of Braid, a popular route for families, dog walkers, and school field trips.
The Water of Leith is perhaps more a green corridor than a park, although it is designated an Urban Wildlife Site.
The waterway snakes through the city from the foot of the Pentlands to Leith docks, providing a haven for birds (as many as 80 different species), wildlife, and a peaceful, semi-rural route for pedestrians, cyclists, joggers and pram-pushers.
There’s also a variety of historic sites that are linked with this important Edinburgh river.
Visit the mind-bending Jupiter Artland, an art park located just outside of Edinburgh.
Explore the strategically placed art installations throughout the woodlands by following the park map provided upon entry.
To bring your furry friend along, apply for the Jupiter Artland Dog Membership, which supports the park and grants your dog an entry ticket.
Edinburgh is filled with green spaces that welcome dogs. No matter where you find yourself in the city, you’ll discover plenty of parks and gardens to explore.
Situated in the City Centre beneath the shadow of Edinburgh Castle, offers a famous nature spot with iconic attractions like the Scott Monument and Ross Fountain.
Dogs are allowed but must be on a lead.
Join the excitement of dogs chasing balls and frisbees in Holyrood Park, a large grassy area perfect for walks and picnics.
Access the popular Arthur’s Seat hike from Holyrood Park, granting you breath-taking views after approximately an hour-long hike.
Located on the Southside of Edinburgh, the Meadows is a series of gardens connected by walkways and cycle lanes.
In spring, the stunning cherry blossoms bloom, creating a pink cloud-like candy floss heaven.
Leith Links is a spacious park featuring a kid’s play area and football pitches.
While walking your dog, keep an eye out for flying golf balls, as it is still utilized by golf enthusiasts for practice.
Explore the lovely Starbank Garden, a well-maintained green space overlooking the Firth of Forth and The Kingdom of Fife.
As you enter through the gates on Starbank Road, you’ll find benches, seasonal flowers, fairy trails, and a free bookstore housed within a tardis-shaped structure.
Located near Stockbridge, the upscale area of Edinburgh, Inverleith Park offers splendid views of Edinburgh Castle.
Keep your dog on a lead near the pond if they enjoy a refreshing dip.
Enjoy a delightful stroll with your dog along one of Edinburgh’s beautiful beaches.
Edinburgh’s most popular beach is located in Portobello, the small seaside town with a big focus on community spirit.
Porty has a long stretch of golden sand beach and a vintage boardwalk dotted with cafes and food trucks.
Cramond is a great day out for dogs because not only is there a beach, there is also a woodlands area which runs alongside Cramond Falls.
Good news for dog owners exploring the capital! Edinburgh is home to numerous dog-friendly pubs, restaurants, and cafes.
There’s plenty of opportunity to experience dog-friendly pubs in Edinburgh which is great news if you want to have a pint but have your dog with you.
Here are some recommendations:
When it comes to food, finding dog-friendly restaurants is a little trickier.
Here are some recommendations:
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