6 Pet-Friendly Holiday Destinations in New South Wales
If you do not want to dump your furry pal at a kennel then these pet-friendly holiday destinations in New South Wales are tailor-made for you:
The Hughenden, Woollahra
The boutique hotel is a pet-friendly location that has a wide array of rooms suitable for pets. It has a large living space, glass atrium or private courtyard. You can see Centennial Parklands that is located just across the road and it has lead-free areas which allows your pooch to run. The Hughenden hosts dogs, cats and even baby kangaroo. You can even bring your pet with you to dine at the hotel cafe and restaurant.
The Observatory Hotel, The Rocks
This luxurious five star hotel is the best way to spoil yourself and your pooch. It has an observatory that contains pet-friendly rooms. Your pet will get their own bed and can dine from the Scooby Doo room service menu. Owners can spoil themselves with a La Prairie facial at the day spa or a champagne afternoon tea.
Secret Garden Cottage
This cottage consists of two-bedroom located within walking distance of Katoomba. This English cottage-style garden has a 1.8 metre high timber fence. There is an off-load dog park approximately 100 metres down the road. Some of the highlights of this cottage for two-legged visitors include an open log fire, claw-foot tub and cosy lounges. The dogs that you take along should be garden-friendly.
Lilianfels Resort & Spa, Blue Mountains
This five star resort and spa provides a small number of pet-friendly rooms at an incremented price of $ 89 per pet per night. It is surrounded by beautiful bushland which can be used for walking with your pets. Dogs get their own special pet bedding such that they can be comfortable while owners enjoy a pampering spa treatment or dinner at an award-winning Darley’s restaurant. Bowls are also provided for your pets’ meals.
Blue Moon, Hardy’s Bay, Killcare
This three-bedroom hillside holiday home overlooks the bay and is a short drive from excellent surf beaches and an off-lead dog beach. They have a secure garden where dogs are allowed to get in the house except on lounges and beds. They also provide dog toys, bowls and a trampoline bed.
Far North Coast
Sandy Paws On Belongil, Byron Bay
This three-bedroom duplex has all mod coms and is located less than 100 metres from the dog-friendly Belongil Beach. Pets are welcome on the property, but only in the outdoor areas. The yard is fully secured with a childproof lock on the gate.
While making a booking, always mention that you would like to bring your pet, even if the accommodation is openly pet-friendly. Ensure that the pet’s vaccination and flea and worming treatments are up to date before embarking on the holiday. Take longer breaks on your car journey so that your pet can relieve themselves, stretch themselves and rehydrate. Check and observe the off-lead areas of your accommodation and the surrounding areas like beaches and parks. So, which pet-friendly holiday destination are you planning to go in New South Wales?