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Argyll Pawlidays

During lockdown, we have really been missing our guests. Whether you visit for just for a couple of night, or you’re here every weekend you can be - the parks have been very lonely without you. But we’d be lying if we weren’t honest about our favourite guests… the ones that walk on four legs!

Did you know that Argyll Holidays is completely pet friendly? Whether you own a holiday home yourself or you are just visiting, all dogs are welcome to stay with us. We even have special designated areas throughout the complex where your pet can enjoy their holiday as much as you are.

Yes – we’ve been missing seeing those furry faces around our parks, so we decided to put out a post on our Facebook page to find out what our friends have been up to and what they missed about their ‘paw-lidays’!

31 Jul 2020

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Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Anne – Louie

Louie is looking forward to getting back to his caravan, he loves his home away from home and can’t wait to get barking at everyone who walks past!

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by John - Bella and Lenny

Bella and Lenny are looking forward to rehearsing for their version of Romeo and Juliet by the looks of it! In fair Hunters Quay, a pair of star-crossed lovers…

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Claire – Maddy

Maddy, like the rest of us, is fed up with lockdown and can’t wait to get back to her caravan where she likes to chill on the decking watching all the wildlife Argyll has to offer!

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Angela - Storm

Storm has been missing going on long luxurious walks to the top of the park at Hunters Quay Holiday Village!

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Sharon - Hector and Hamish

Hector and Hamish have been missing catching rays from the decking on their holiday home!

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Jill

This pair are missing watching the fish jump in the loch…

Dog friendly holidays in Argyll

Photo by Maureen - Trinny and Suzanna

And then we have Trinny and Suzanna – who can’t wait to visit our park for the first time ever after hearing so much about it from their humans!

Listen to your dog and book them a holiday today at any of our parks, they’re welcome at them all.

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