Lagganmore House offers dog friendly holiday accommodation where your Highland break can be made complete with the ability to bring your four legged friends along. With plenty of space for doggy beds, a house supply of dog water and food bowls, poop scoop and bags as well as towels for drying wet or muddy pups after walks, a jar of doggy treats and a lovely big garden for them to run in , your dogs should feel right at home here. The Oban are is rich with activities you can do as a family including the dogs. A walk in Sutherland’s grove is a wonderful spot place for the dogs to run http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/sutherlands-grove and from the high up Loch Dubh reservoir there are wonderful views over the Firth of Lorne and her islands. A more gentle walk along the tow path of Crinan canal to the lovely coffee shop at the basin https://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/canals/crinan-canal/ might be just whats needed on a sunny afternoon or a walk straight from Lagganmore House up the Glen to Loch Scammadale or further up the glen and over to Loch Avich for those looking for a longer walk. If its lunch you’re looking for Oban’s Lorne Bar in Stevenson Street is a dog friendly establishment sporting its own dog menu that you can choose some tasty snacks for your pups whilst choosing from the regular menu or Feast for a Fiver menu for yourselves. All in all there is plenty for you and your dogs to do together during a stay on the beautiful west coast of Scotland.