Since 2006, we’ve welcomed dogs and their well-behaved mums and dads from Eire, France, Italy and Germany and from all parts of the UK.
Our canine visitors have ‘begged’ to come back again and again and we enjoy 40% return business from mums and dads who tell us our cottages are better than a home from home. Here, they can truly relax, enjoying stunning walks in the Angus Glens, or just sitting in the courtyard sipping tea or something stronger, while their dogs nose around our safe, enclosed gardens.
We’ve raised the bar in self-catering accommodation for dogs, achieved 5 stars and added little extras to make the Steadings very special. We don’t think “doggy” people should have to accept anything less than a high standard of accommodation, stylish decor and meticulously clean cottages, carefully prepared for their arrival.
Dogs come free and we are flexible, so we don’t say no to four dogs in a cottage. We understand most of their little tricks so we don’t have a long list of do’s and don’ts. Instead, we trust our canine guests to bring responsible, well-behaved mums and dads.
Approx 3 miles out of Alyth,almost reluctant to highlight this as would hate not to get booked in again when we revisit, but Anne the owner deserves the praise. 4 lovely self contained cottages 3 of which look out on to a courtyard. Cottages are...More
We first stayed here in Sept 2017 and have just had another break. The accommodation is fab with lots of nice touches. We did not have to 'rough it' because we have 3 larger dogs. They were welcomed with bowls, towels and shampoo of their...More
Have stayed at the steadings 3 times now, and 5star treatment and accommodation everytime. We stay for 4 nights while visiting family in the area. We have 2 dogs, and this is the best dog friendly accommodation we have ever stayed in. No expense spared...More
Our family stayed here for four nights with our dog Bailey. The cottage was spotless and had everything and more you could ever need. Five star and more!! Our two boys aged 6 and 9 loves the cottages especially when Anne kindly let them help...More
Our third visit in twelve months and our second in the Glen Prosen steading. As before, superbly appointed and the underfloor heating was particularly welcome at a chilly time of the year. Full marks to Anne again. Unfortunately, our beloved dog Barney couldn't share the...More
My wife and I (with our Westie) are just back from three nights in the Glen Doll steading, the smallest of the accommodation known as Auchteralyth Steadings. As others on this page have commented, the standards are high. From warm underfloor heating to a set...More