Going on adventures together, across fields, between meadows and forests - always by your side on mountains, through valleys and at refreshing lakes. Diving into deep snow, digging an igloo and a companion on snowshoe hiking tours in winter. A tasty treat as reward and cuddles in the cosy living room.
Fresh clean air and surrounded by nature. What more could a dog’s heart wish for? Spending a holiday together in the countryside. Important for a delightful holiday with your four-legged partner: don’t forget to put your dog on the leash. Grazing cattle and wild animals must not be disturbed by free-roaming dogs.
TIP: Dog owners know, once the loyal companion has picked up a scent, he feels his wild ancestors in his heart and cannot be stopped. Calls, whistling and warnings will simply be ignored. “Off the leash“ should actually remain a dog’s dream in nature and in the forests. There might be dire consequences if a hunter discovers an ownerless dog roving about or killing game. Dog tag, jabs and documents should be up-to-date for the journey.
If you arrive with 1 dog, that is perfectly fine. However, arriving with more than one dog must be requested.
Unfortunately, dogs aren’t allowed in this accommodation.