We are not a dog hotel, but we like dogs very much and Mrs. Schulz and Schlomi Schoenberg are always happy to welcoming new four-legged friends, as long as they have been announced.
Some of our rooms are not suitable for dogs but our Superior #9 has an own “garden” for dogs. So, please check the detailed describtions of our rooms and just contact us if you like to bring your dog. For additional cleaning effort, we charge 10 EUR/night/dog.
|" So nice place with a happy position in the green
mountains over blue lakes, I ve been there with my dog Nisse for three days; we
were accepted very kindly, the hotel is family-driven by two artists who filled
it with pictures sculptures and lots of art. The dog was also well welcome with
lots of attentions. Nice food at the restaurant with attention to the
biological products. Superb breakfast with buffet and on call eggs and speck,
makes you feel home. Suggested +++++
[ThePassenger Torino, Italy]
But they can disturb other guests when they are looking for peace and quietness. So, please make sure that your best friend doesn’t bother other guests and show courtesy to people and small children who might be anxious.
We are happy to assist you to find out nice hiking routes, trips with dogs or just take your dog for a short walk. Find some suggestions and information for dogs in Carinthia....
|"Good stay in Art Lodge: This rather small accomodation is located in a quit area between the forests and fields full of flowers. We had a very spacious room with separate children's bedroom and balcona on both sites. It is not cheap but you get value for the money. The cook serves only fresh Austrian specialties at a reasonable price.The staff is very friendly and small dogs are allowed. You can do some nice walks from the lodge but you need the car to visit the villages and lakes."|
[JVE, Antwerp, Belgium]