We will include here Dog Friendly Hotels in Belgium that our correspondents report on. Giving our usual bone rating, with six being the highest award.
Oh how we loved this place. It is in a quiet area and if you walk a short way around the corner you come to a national cycle way with no traffic. It goes into the woods to the nearby castle and is such a lovely place to walk. The accommodation itself is lovely, with nice cool floors and plenty of space and you get to share the garden that the house’s owners have. You have your own seating area and then share the rest of the garden with their dogs. There is no extra charge for dogs and I felt totally at home. Mum and I both loved this place so much we have booked to go back – 6 bones.
We had a lovely room with an outside seating area. The parking is close to the room and there is a small garden you can stretch our legs in. The roads are quiet so you can walk along the roads when you need to go further. There is a charge of 20euros for a dog, but that is for the stay rather than daily. We give it 4 bones.
Help us add more hotels
If you have stayed in other dog friendly hotels in Belgium and think they should be included, please write in to us so we can include them. Remember, this is about what is best for the discerning dog traveller, not about the facilities for the humans. Even city hotels can make special provision for their dog clientele, with a little grass here and there. They have plenty of guides for those sorts of things.
We especially like those extra touches. The ones that make it a pleasure to stay from an arrival biscuit, to a comfy dog bed. When we get our own menu and can properly eat with our humans life is pretty near perfect – especially if our favourites are on the menu! We’re simple souls at heart, but what dog doesn’t like to spoiled? Oh there are the camping fans, but here we are after the dog who understands a little bit of luxury and can help other dogs in learning where to find it.