Isle of Arran, Scotland

Suitible for: 2 Humans icon 2 Humans
Suitible for: 1 Dogs icon 1 Dog

  • Enclosed garden
  • Owner pets on site
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Why we love it

A stunning stay on the Arran coast with luxurious interiors, easy walks to the beach, dog-friendly eateries nearby, and a firepit for day’s end

What you'll love

Dogs will love

  • Splashing about in the sea, just 15 minutes away
  • Finding a whole host of items left for them
  • Following you on some epic uphill wanders

Humans will love

  • Letting the dog trot about in the enclosed garden, whilst they have a morning coffee
  • Ending the day sinking into a memory foam bed
  • Drinks around the firepit to a sunset background

The place

The perfect spot to explore the incredible the Isle of Arran, Dunfion is a modern getaway to contrast this ancient land. Your days could be spent exploring and adventuring, whether that’s finding nearby ancient forts, hiking formidable mountains, or taking on the many (slightly flatter) walks straight from the front door. Or they could be spent a little more leisurely back at your space. A beautiful spot to hunker down, only venture out to grab supplies or dip in the sea, just 15 minutes away. Otherwise, enjoy lying down with a good book on the comfy sofa, or even the memory foam bed. There are plenty of spots to bring the dog for a bite to eat, walks around the locale to enjoy with your four-legged friend. And best of all, when the day ends you can sit by the firepit with the hound and share a moment that’ll last many dog years.


  • 1 x King bed in an open-plan layout


  • Bathroom with a walk-in shower, WC and sink
  • Arran Aromatics handwash and shower gel
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and small ironing board

Living and relaxing

  • Smart TV with streaming services
  • Sofa in the open-plan living area
  • Outdoor seating for two
  • Fire pit and unlimited firewood
  • Mood lighting
  • Music system with Spotify

Cooking and dining

  • Kitchen including hob, combi microwave oven, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, coffee machine and dishwasher
  • Cooking basics supplied - coffee pods, tea, coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, utensils, crockery, washing up liquid and dishwasher tablets
  • Breakfast bar with two bar stools
  • Welcome hamper with human-friendly treats

For the dog

  • An enclosed fenced garden
  • Welcome hamper including treats, dog bags and dispenser, first aid kit, drying mitts and dog bowls
  • Memory foam dog bed for a small to medium sized dog

Booking information

  • Check in 1600
  • Check out 1000
  • A second dog can be booked by prior arrangement. Contact the Paws & Stay team!

Optional extras

  • Electric bike hire at £40 a day per bike
  • Doggi Deli treats can be ordered via the owner, including a roast dinner dog bowl and Bark Brew dog beer!
  • Special occasion extras like flowers and chocolates can be ordered via the owner in advance
  • EV charging points
  • Parking

You should know

  • The owners have cats and a dog, and whilst it's unlikely you'll meet them, you might catch a rare furry glimpse (if you're lucky!)
  • Dogs aren't allowed on the bed or sofa, but they'll love the memory foam bed provided just for them
  • There isn't livestock on site but due to the wild location, you may come across some when venturing out. Be sure to lead up when appropriate!
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In the neighbourhood

  • Take on The Arran Coastal Way – offering a challenging 65-mile circular route around the stunning Isle of Arran, it’s perfect for a week-long walking holiday. Enjoy breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife, and optional side trips. It’s recognised as one of Scotland's Great Trails, with well-marked paths, visitor services, and online resources for trip planning
  • Explore some of the mountain walks on Arran, including the highest summit, Goatfell, at 874m. With captivating views and well-marked routes, hill walkers can enjoy the unique experience of venturing into the dramatic terrain. Spot iconic wildlife, learn mountain navigation, or visit World War Two air crash sites
  • Go on a circular walk around the Cock of Arran – rocky and untamed coastline, combined with a moorland climb and descent. Steeped in history, this remote part of the island carries historical significance, with remains of human settlements from bygone eras. Uncover the stories of the past while admiring the remarkable geology and abundant wildlife, including fascinating fossil Arthropleura tracks dating back over 300 million years
  • One of Scotland's favourite mountains, Beinn Nuis is found in the heart of Arran. This 792-metre peak is dotted with deer and surrounded by awe-inspiring views. It’s an idea to keep the dog on a lead, for your dog's (and the deer’s) safety. Experience the joy of bouncing around the mountain with your four-legged companion
  • Take on a challenge, with a thrilling climb along the east ridge of Caisteal Abhail, where the famous Witch's Step lies waiting. Wander the ridge, scramble to the summit, and follow the curving northward ridge to Sail an Im, completing a horseshoe route. The best part of a horseshoe ridge is spending most of your time at a peak, taking in breathtaking vistas, and an easy descent to North Glen Sannox
  • If there’s one thing this area isn’t lacking – it’s good places to eat. Food’s taken very seriously here, possibly only surpassed by a good glass of something. If you’re looking for pre or post-Goatfell food, pop into The Wineport for an expansive menu, and a long drinks list. If you’re looking for good food, but perhaps also a night out, then try The Pierhead Tavern, where the menu boasts options for all, and whisky or gin-tasting nights are common! Both options, of course, are dog friendly.
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