Why should us humans have all the fun when it comes to holidays! Our four legged friends would also like to lap up the luxury on offer! Check out these luxurious pet friendly hotels across Australia:-
The Langham,The Rocks Sydney
You and your four legged friend both receive luxury treatment at this hotel. There is even a pet friendly menu free from onion, garlic and acids. Your lucky fur baby receives a custom Langham plush bed, water bowl and treat bag.
Thalia Haven, Tasmania
Four heritage stone cottages sit on a private 160 acre peninsula on Great Oyster Bay. A marvellous adventure awaits your dogs as they explore the beautiful coastline.
Lilianfels Resort &Spa, Blue Mountains, NSW
Close to the Three Sisters and Blue Mountains National Park, this hotel offers Bring Your Own Dog packages so you and your fur baby are well looked after.
Hughenden, Woollahra, Sydney
Located near Centennial Park in Sydney, this boutique establishment loves pets. They offer several pet friendly options and can even arrange pet sitting, dog walking or a doggy day spa visit.
Mercure, Canberra ACT
The pampered pet package includes a room with an enclosed courtyard, pet bed, toy and breakfast for 2 people.
The Albany Hotel, South Yarra, VIC
This great hotel is opposite Fawkner Park where dogs can go for a walk or run.
Hotel Old Adelaide, North Adelaide, SA
The dog friendly rooms feature a private courtyard. North Adelaide Dog Park is easily accessible from this hotel.
Quarterdecks Retreat, Hervey Bay, QLD
Pets under 10kg are welcome here including dogs, cats and birds.
Margaret River Stone Cottages, WA
These lovely cottages feature a fully fenced patio for your pets to enjoy.
Pets are also welcome at many BIG4 Holiday Parks across Australia. Just check their website big4.com.au for details.
Measure for a Collar
To measure for a collar or bandana, you need to measure your dog or cats neck. (Just like measuring for a shirt.) Place a tape measure around their neck allowing two fingers to slip under the tape for comfort.
How to get the correct harness size
You need to measure the chest behind the front legs to get the sizing. Place a tape measure behind the front legs around the chest. Use that measurement to select the size from the shopping cart. For example: If your dogs chest is 49cm then he needs the medium in the soft harness.
How do I measure for dog clothing?
To measure for dog clothing, measure the length of your dog's back, neck and chest (if applicable) and take note of the measurement. If your dog is in between sizes, we recommend choosing the smaller size, otherwise, it may be too baggy. As each of our design collections has different measurements, be sure to read the specific sizing specifications of each product carefully.