Edinburgh’s Best Dog Friendly Apartments
Checking your dog into the local kennel because they can’t stay where you’re staying doesn’t feel at all good. You need to discover Edinburgh’s best dog friendly apartments so they can come too! With so much green space and so many businesses that welcome four legged friends, Edinburgh is a fine city for dogs. Whether you’re walking your dog in the Meadows or Inverleith Park, going on a stroll together along The Water of Leith or exploring Holyrood Park, your dog will lead you to new and wonderful places to explore. There are many pubs and eateries that welcome dogs here too, so the only question is where to stay……
Luckily Dickins has a brilliant range of dog friendly homes to choose from. So, whether you need a temporary home in the city or are coming here on holiday, have a read of this blog to find Edinburgh’s best dog friendly apartments for you and your dog.
Edinburgh’s Best Dog Friendly Apartments
In all the homes you’ll read about here, your dog is as welcome as you are. So, take a good look and hopefully you’ll find Edinburgh’s best dog friendly apartment to suit your needs. We’ve written great blogs on dog friendly eateries and pubs and great walks, so look out for links to those at the bottom of this blog.
One Bedroom Apartments
Leslie Place (sleeps 2) is located in the heart of Stockbridge. You’ll spot dog bowls outside many local Stockbridge businesses – this part of the city absolutely loves dogs. Inverleith Park and The Water of Leith are both located here and are brilliant for walks.
This stunning apartment has recently been refurbished and it’s looking glam and on trend. All the floors are wooden. The open plan living space is spacious and attractive with a sofa, armchair and a dining table by the window. The bedroom is very attractive and spacious and there’s a desk too. Finally there’s a shower room with a decent shower. Find more details about staying at Leslie Place here
Two bedroom apartments
One of our newest homes, Hart Street (sleeps 4) is a cracking two bedroom main door apartment nestled just behind fabulous Broughton Street. It blends stylish living with a cosy and cocooning vibe. The star of the show is the open plan living space with its dark blue panelling. Doors lead to the private garden area which in turn leads to a much larger shared garden – an absolute bonus in such a central location and perfect for your four legged friends too.
Eildon Street (sleeps 4) is located off Inverleith Row. This lovely two double bedroom main door home sleeping four has the Warriston Playing Fields opposite and The Water of Leith is nearby too. Find out more about staying at Eildon Street here.
Montpelier Park (sleeps 4) is located in Bruntsfield. For dog walks Bruntsfield Links and The Meadows are on the doorstep, so this is a great location for dogs and their owners. Bruntsfield is a fabulous neighbourhood and so there are so many wonderful independent and excellent businesses here. You’ll find great local food shops, eateries, boutiques, cafes and bars. This home from home was refurbished in 2019 to high standards and it’s very well furnished and equipped. It has the cutest cabin bed in Edinburgh too, just no doggies in there please! Find out more about staying at Montpelier Park here.
Marchmont Street (sleeps 4) is also perfectly placed for The Meadows. You even have a lovely view of them from the bay window in the sitting room. The sitting room is a lovely space and the dining kitchen here is very spacious. The two double bedrooms are very attractive and there’s a shower room. Again all the brilliant local Bruntsfield facilities are a short walk away. Find out more about staying at Marchmont Street here.
London Street (sleeps 4) has to be Edinburgh’s best dog friendly home and one of it’s most beautiful too. The owner is a dog loving and owning interior designer. This stunning home has its own front door and a delightful private garden too. The two double bedrooms have the most comfortable beds and humans will absolutely love the amazing Japanese soaking tub (I’ve stayed here and still dream about it!) It’s a short walk from this New Town home to Calton Hill and also you’ll meet many other dog owners walking the beautiful local streets. Broughton Street is just around the corner and is brilliant. There are many excellent independent businesses there – food shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and bars. Find out more about staying at wonderful London Street here.
Three Bedroom Apartments
Royal Crescent (sleeps 5) is a very popular Dickins home from home. It’s located in the heart of the Georgian New Town around the corner from Dundas Street. Just down from the apartment is King George IV Park where your pooch will be happy to take a walk and meet some local hounds. There are three bedrooms in this lovely home and the dining kitchen is a wonderful highlight. Find out more about staying in Royal Crescent here.
We hope that you’ve found the perfect dog friendly apartment for your stay in Edinburgh. Read our blog on great Edinburgh dog friendly eateries here as well as great dog friendly pubs where you can enjoy a pint with your dog by your side. And on a cold winter’s night, what could be better than that!
Dogs are always welcome to stay with owners who are going to be taking their dogs with them when they go out but we’re afraid we can’t accept dogs who are going to be regularly left at home whilst the owners, for example go to work, as our experience is that damage is caused in this scenario. An additional £30/week charge is made for each dog and a larger damage deposit will be taken to cover any breakages/damages or extra cleaning which is required.
See the latest range of Dickins dog friendly homes from home by clicking here.