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hi guys looking to go away somewhere in scotland ths year i have 2 year old and dog so must be chld and dog friendly been looking at hoseasons any 1 recomend 1 of there parks or another companies
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
hi guys looking to go away somewhere in scotland ths year i have 2 year old and dog so must be chld and dog friendly been looking at hoseasons any 1 recomend 1 of there parks or another companies
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Aviemore is a great place in the summer. Lots to do and amazing scenery. You can also go to Landmark centre for the day. Lots around that area
#2
jamstar when i first looked at ur thread i thought it said

"help im on a holiday in scotland"

i felt bad for u....but i now see that its not too late....dont go :)
[helper]#3
What kind of holiday are you looking for? one by the coast? one in the highlands? do you want to be near big cities? is good weather important?
#4
acecatcher3
jamstar when i first looked at ur thread i thought it said

"help im on a holiday in scotland"

i felt bad for u....but i now see that its not too late....dont go :)


cheeky i stay in scotland
#5
i lived 15 mins drive from Belhaven Bay one of the hoseasons parks,
About Belhaven Bay

Nestling in a sheltered location in the John Muir Country Park on the beautiful East Lothian coastline, this peaceful park sits between historic Dunbar and the sea. A proud holder of the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation, the park is perfectly situated for exploring Edinburgh, just 30 minutes' drive or train journey away. Superb golf, bird watching, rambling, sandy beaches, fishing, pony riding and a leisure centre are all available locally
#7
acecatcher3
jamstar when i first looked at ur thread i thought it said

"help im on a holiday in scotland"

i felt bad for u....but i now see that its not too late....dont go :)


You've probably never been. :lol:
#8
gari189
What kind of holiday are you looking for? one by the coast? one in the highlands? do you want to be near big cities? is good weather important?


weather not important mainly want entertainment for my 2 year old son (kids club indoor pool,play areas) and decent walks for dog
#9
jamstaruk1972
weather not important mainly want entertainment for my 2 year old son (kids club indoor pool,play areas) and decent walks for dog



craig tara holiday park-haven holidays-been loadsa times with the kids and dogs-great dog walks along the beach right on your doorstep-activities everyday for kids of all ages-great pool and the entertainment is nonstop-cant reccommend highly enough!
#10
The dogs trusts have a magazine that covers every dog friendly holiday resort and b and b in the uk.
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
#11
barky
craig tara holiday park-haven holidays-been loadsa times with the kids and dogs-great dog walks along the beach right on your doorstep-activities everyday for kids of all ages-great pool and the entertainment is nonstop-cant reccommend highly enough!


Been there too and is fantastic for kids, the pool was the best.
#12
This place is absolutely fabulous. Pets are welcome too. It's set in beautiful surroundings and is the perfect retreat.

http://gradualpeak.com/holiday_let.htm
#13
It really depends what u want -

I've got a 2yr old and heaps to do!

Well for instance if u drove up the road u could to -

Edinburgh

Perth - Lovely scenery

Aberdeen - Granite City (oil capital)

go up Deeside - Banchory, Aboyne, Braemar, (Crathie) - (Balmoral - where the queen resides)
if its summer time catch a hightland games...

go from here - over the lecht to Dufftown - get one of the Whisky Distillers....

then from here over to Aviemore... your son too young for Landmark to be honest but there is a play area in the Highland Resort......

up to Inverness - see Loch ness and various other sites.

then down the A9 to Perth....

hope gives u some ideas.....

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