Win! A pet-friendly holiday on Scotland's Banffshire Coast

Enter our competition to enjoy a four-night break in the Aberdeenshire village of Pennan

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To celebrate the launch of its Pets Welcome Charter, Scottish holiday home specialist EmbraceScotland is offering AOL Travel readers the chance to win a four-night break for up to four people at the Mill of Nethermill, on Scotland's beautiful Banffshire Coast.

Part of EmbraceScotland's quality assured self-catering collection, the Mill of Nethermill, which dates back to 1841, has been beautifully restored and converted into four cottage-style apartments. The property nestles in a secluded bay in the Aberdeenshire village of Pennan, home of the Pennan Inn Phone box made famous in 1980's movie 'Local Hero'.

Graded four and five-star by VisitScotland, the Mill of Nethermill's four properties sleep between two and four people each and are all pet-friendly. Guests can watch the waves crash on the beach, search for dolphins in Nethermill Bay, or just relax to the sounds of the Tore burn that flows next to the old mill.



EmbraceScotland's Pets Welcome Charter makes it easier for guests holidaying with their beloved furry friends to find the perfect property. Scottish holiday homes that qualify as 'pet-friendly' under the new charter, provide a water bowl, suitable disposal equipment (poop bags), details of suggested local dog walks, contact details and directions to a local pet shop and vet, pointers to suitable exercise areas nearby and details of the local pubs and restaurants where pets are accepted.

EmbraceScotland has also launched its first Paws for a Break awards. Holidaymakers can nominate holiday homes that go above and beyond to cater for man's best friend by visiting embracescotland.co.uk/paws-break-award-201617. Nominations close on 8 November 2016.

For your chance to win a pet-friendly holiday in Scotland, submit your details in the form below before 1 November 2016.