www.weacceptpets.co.uk Inverfyne, Cairndow, Argyll


Inverfyne has a fabulous position above the estuary of the River Fyne with superb views to the head of the Loch.

Inverfyne accepts Dogs & Small Pets; you can view this Self Catering Property on our website www.weacceptpets.co.uk by clicking on the link provided below:


Surrounded by quiet farmland on a 4,000 acre traditional country estate, this extremely spacious holiday home is the ideal setting from which to discover Scotland’s glorious scenery, history and culture.

We welcome dogs and their responsible owners. Please keep your dogs under control at all times as you will see that there are sheep everywhere in the fields and on the glen road when they are being moved!

Step out of the house into open hill country and embrace the fresh highland air and wonderful sense of space – Inverfyne is ideal for anyone who loves the peace and tranquillity of the west coast of Scotland.

Ideally positioned for enjoying this naturally beautiful area with many stunning walks and picnic stops to be discovered. Not only is the surrounding landscape home to an amazing range of wildlife such as red squirrels, otters, pine marten and deer but it is also paradise for the keen birdwatcher with many species of birds from seabirds to golden eagles.

We Accept Pets offers you an easy to use directory of accommodation & businesses in the UK & Ireland.

The accommodation types on our website are:

  • Self Catering
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Campsites
  • Hotels
  • Pubs / Inns

The properties on our website accept the following pets:

  • Dogs
  • Horses
  • Small Pets


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