Dogs Go Free

April – May

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Riverside Log Cabins




We love dogs at Riverside Log Cabins so we have decided to make it easier for you to bring your best friend on a short break with you.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to relax on your own private decking after a long walk in the forest or on the shores of Loch Earn. Come visit us for a few nights and explore the amazing walks with your pooch. The scenery is amazing and the cabins are warm and cozy.

Take advantage of our dogs go free offer to make your short break this spring wooftastic.



Standard Cabin for 3 Nights


Hot Tub Cabin for 3 Nights


When you visit Riverside Log Cabins in Scotland you will have access to loads of great walks where you and your best friend can wander care free in the Scottish scenery. Book your stay on our log cabins page.

The walks are well trodden and will take you through forest, lochs, rivers and mountains. Travel into another world far away from the hustle and bustle of the city and find your inner canine. Take the time to love your dog as you breathe the scented spring air of the Scottish countryside.

Enjoy a short break or treat someone special (yes, that’s right…..the wonderful animal sitting next to you right now) as you take advantage of our dogs go free deal. Our cabins sleep from 2 to 6 guests so whether you take a romantic break for 2 or want to enjoy a short break with friends or family, you can spend time in the beautiful landscapes of Scotland with your dog.

Dogs Go Free from April to May – Check Availability

three people walking in country with dog

Set in the heart of the scenic Perthshire countryside, Riverside Log cabins is the perfect place to stay for those wanting to explore the idyllic Scottish landscapes.

We can recommend many walks however, the following list is what we think are the best you should consider.




The majority of this path follows the beautiful River Earn as it winds through the fields south of Crieff. It works its way inland starting at a derelict pier along the old railway line, through Sallyardoch Wood and on to Muthill. A detour (about 1 mile / 1 ½ km) about half way along the Path turns away from the river and will put you onto the wheelchair accessible Bennybeg Nature Trail which meanders over to Bennybeg Pond, with a lovely viewing platform.

The Path is about 5 ½ miles / 9 km, taking about 3 hours each way. It features a few steep slopes and steps in the town.

dog playing in water



This long circular path begins at the Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre near Comrie, which is well worth a visit for the whole family. The path wanders through a varied woodland landscape, which includes Sitka spruce, juniper, oak and alder trees. It climbs up the lower slopes of Torlum and Lurgan Hills. Keep an eye out for the wildlife abundant in these tranquil woods.

The loop is about 8 miles / 13 km, taking about 5 ½ hours to explore on foot. It includes variable paths and some steep sections, especially around the hills.

dog running on forest path



The Knock hill rises 911 ft / 278 m and offers panoramic vistas to the Ochil Hills and the Highlands. A short easy walk around the hill’s base, while a longer steeper walk climbs through mixed woodland to the hill’s heathery viewpoint. The Knock is also part of Perthshire Big Tree Country.

The shorter walk is about ½ mile / 0.8 km, taking about ¼ to enjoy on foot. The longer moderate-going walk is 4 miles / 6.4 km and takes about 2 ½ hours to explore.

dog on mountain path



Lady Mary’s Walk is one of the finest and most peaceful in Perthshire and is stunning year round. Opened to the public in 1825, it loops along the River Earn along an avenue of mature trees and back along old drove roads to the Crieff Tryst. It is also part of Perthshire Big Tree Country.

The circular walk is about 3 ½ miles / 5.6 km and takes about 2 to 2 ½ hours. Paths are well-surfaced and accessible with a few steep slopes and resting places.

dalmation on country path in the sun

If you would like to find more walks check out the Perthshire Council recommendations here.


couple walking dog in forest

Enjoy a short midweek break or relax at the end of a hard week with a 3 night weekend break at the pet friendly Riverside Log Cabins. Indulge yourself in the beautiful Scottish scenery while you enjoy the great outdoors. Go walking, climbing, fishing or treat yourself to a massage and spa. Explore the local distilleries and restaurants or stay active with one of the many outdoor adrenaline activities.

woman walking dog in field

Riverside Log Cabins offers a central base to explore Scotland with several of the main cities on your doorstep. Within an hour you can reach Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling.




There is a different world right on your doorstep, so why not book a stay with your dog and enjoy a break at Riverside Log Cabins in Scotland.

Book for April or May and dogs go free.

If you would like late availability for the next few days please give us a call on 01764 685 310.