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Rules & Tips for Dogs

Dear four-legged friend, welcome to our hotel!

As a small present, we welcome you to our hotel with some tasty treats and a toy (which you can even take home with you!). However, please leave the dog blanket and feeding bowls we provide in your room when you leave.

Because we want to make sure you are as happy as possible while you are here and get on really well with all our other guests, furry or not, we have a few "doggie rules" we would like you to follow ...

Doggie rules

Doggie Rules

  • Dogs must always be on a leash in the hotel area, so that our other four- and two-legged guests don't need to be afraid.
  • For dog owners who would like their dog to join them when they dine, we have created a separate restaurant area. We would be happy to reserve a table for you and your companion. The second restaurant is intended for guests who prefer to leave their dog in their room.
  • Dogs should only sleep on the doggie blanket provided, not on their owner's bed!
  • If your dog is left alone in the room, please put a "Do not disturb" sign on the door so the maid doesn't bother your dog.
  • Poop bags are supplied free of charge. Please make use of them and dispose of them in the container provided behind the building.
  • If, after lots of play and running around, your dog needs a shower, please use the hose in the garden.

Hikes & Walkies

Here with us, you will find lots of different opportunities to go walkies and take dog-friendly hikes.

If you go down the hill behind the Romantikchalet, you will come to the Hofratgruberweg. Your puppy can also splash about in the stream there!

Dog-friendly hikes and walkies
The right way to behave around cattle

How to behave around cattle & grazing animals

  • As a rule of thumb, you should never get close to grazing animals. Don't leave the marked hiking paths.
  • Keep your dog on a leash and under control to ensure the animals don't get scared.
  • If the animals are staring or fixated on you even from a distance, and especially if cows with calves are present, it's advisable to make a detour.
  • If, despite all that, an animal decides to rush you, keep calm and let your dog off the leash. After all, your dog is much faster than you are and will be able to evade the cow - at the same time, it will distract the cow enough for you to be able to escape to safety.

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