Tail wagging holidays at Rosneath

Here at Rosneath Castle Park we know that your dog isn’t just a pet but a fully-fledged member of the family and that it goes without saying that you want your favourite fur baby or babies to enjoy a fantastic holiday with you which is why we welcome your precious pooches with open arms and a belly rub!

We are very lucky to be in such a stunning part of Scotland, nestled beautifully on the shores of Gareloch with direct access to the water, paw-fect for some doggy paddling or stick throwing on the sand.

Head off site for a long walk amongst breath-taking scenery with popular routes running directly past the entrance to the park where your dogs can run off some energy and explore new sights and sounds.



After a fun filled day with your canine companion take the short stroll over to the park’s onsite restaurant and bar – The Castle Isle, with its designated dog friendly area where you can enjoy a fantastic choice of hearty food and refreshing drinks.

When the day is done and it’s time to settle down for the night head back to your pet friendly caravan where your precious pooch can rest for a well-deserved nap in readiness for the fun to begin all over again in the morning.

All three of our caravan grades – Gareloch, Lomond and Loch View, have pet friendly options available, finished to the same high standard as the rest, meaning there are no restrictions on what accommodation you can stay in.

The park also has a brand new pet friendly touring area with 19 fully serviced, hard standing pitches with modern washrooms and shared kitchen.


Image credits – Marie Duggan


There is so much to do on park but if you are wanting to head off and see more of the amazing places Scotland has to offer, we have listed a few of our favourites below –


Argyll Forest Park – Argyll Forest Park – Forestry and Land Scotland

Argyll Forest Park is a land of craggy peaks and hidden glens, peaceful sea lochs and rushing rivers. Established in 1935, it is Britain’s oldest Forest Park. There are 9 individual parks and forests to explore


Ardkinglas Woodland Garden – Ardkinglas Historic Mansion House, Woodland Gardens and Wedding Venue | Loch Fyne, Argyll

Situated on the shores of Loch Fyne in Argyll, against a spectacular background of mountain and forest, Ardkinglas Estate covers about 4800 hectares.


Duchess Woods, Helensburgh – Duchess Wood – Woodland Trust

A short hop across the waters of Gareloch is Duchess Woods at Helensburgh. It is a rich and diverse woodland with a variety of different plant and animal species. With a network of paths and bridges, this is a lovely place to visit and enjoy a winter woodland stroll.


Inveraray Jail – Inveraray Jail | It was a prison for all – men, women, children and lunatics

Stepping inside Inveraray Jail is an experience like no other, seeing what life was like for real men, women and children who were tried and locked up in that very building – giving you the chance to explore the atmospheric historic building and meet characters who animate the past. A fun, memorable day out with the whole family with your dog’s able to attend and experience the fun with you.


Loch Lomon Cruise TripsCruises – Book a ticket for our daily cruises across Loch Lomond Scotland (cruiselochlomond.co.uk)

Boat trips in Loch Lomond offer visitors and locals the opportunity to see another side of Loch Lomond with their four-legged friend there to experience it too!


So, for a holiday that has something for the ‘howl’ family look no further than Rosneath Castle Park. You can be sure your dog will love you for it!!


To book a fantastic pet friendly holiday at Rosneath, click here.


Main featured image credit – David Silver

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