Finding dog-friendly holiday accommodation options for your adventures does limit you slightly. Options I have stayed in includes various campsites, hotels, apartments and budget traveller hostels.
How to find dog-friendly Accommodation?
Google or booking.com is usually my first port of call when planning a stayover in either hotels, hostels or apartments. Booking.com or hotels.com have a pet-friendly search option which is invaluable, delving deeper into these adverts can help you decide on what to book. For example, some may have an extra charge for pets staying, sometimes this is a nominal charge other times it is pretty expensive and makes staying unviable.
Google is a great resource too for finding somewhere to stay with the puppy, this sometimes brings up accommodation that is not on booking.com or hotels.com.
Sleeping under canvas camping has been a big part of my vacations since I was Little RJ. Getting a bit older I prefer this in the warmer months these days from late March until mid-September.
Either I use a family-sized tent if there are a few of us or if walking a 2/3 man lightweight setup. I’m in the market for a new tent to sleep 2 people and a dog currently. I like to travel with the correct sleeping bag for the predicted weather for my enjoyment, thicker in the winter and lighter one in warm climates. A groundsheet is vital for me for comfort and stops heat being tucked out by the ground.
Hostels are the cheaper end of the market for backpackers and budget travellers. Some are great others not so, research is key when deciding on a hostel to stay at.
There are various Hotels that I have stayed at on my travels over the last few years. All are about how they suited me and my likes.
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