Pet Friendly

Harry and Tully

Please visit our official website www.daylesfordtownandcountry.com.au for up to date availability and tariffs.

We cater for people who want to holiday with their pets. The Hide @ Mt Franklin is fully fenced and pets are welcome inside. We have a 6m x 12m enclosed yard with direct access to the back paddock, dam and our driveway that will take you onto the Great Dividing Trail. Please make sure you bring plenty of bedding, towels and clean sheets to place on furniture if your pet or dog is inclined to lounge on the furniture and to dry them off should they have a dip!

We do have strong conditions with regard to your holiday with your pets which include not being able to leave your pet or dog unattended in or outside The Hide. The reason for this is that despite your pet’s good behaviour at home The Hide is a new environment and we have discovered that many fret when we have allowed guests to leave them. Please don’t put us in the awkward position of having to say “no” when you are at The Hide and wanting to go for a massage, exploring, lunch, coffee or for dinner without your pet/dog. If this is the kind of holiday you would like then you should consider leaving your pet at home with family or friends or in a kennel.

Unlike some pet friendly accommodation we do not have a cleaning surcharge for your pet so please ensure that The Hide is left hair free and all droppings are disposed of in bags provided and placed in the bin. Please take 5 minutes before you leave to check furniture, cushions, rugs and the lawn.

Please click here to read our letter from our dogs to yours. By booking with us you agree to our terms and conditions re your pet friendly stay.

Some things you can do with your dog.

  • Walk around Jubilee Lake or Lake Daylesford
  • Join other dog walkers at Victoria Park
  • Have a coffee or lunch outside one of the many cafes in Daylesford or Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens cafe
  • Hang out around our back dam with a ball
  • Take a drive to one of the many historic towns of the central gold fields

 

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