Pet Policy

Can you imagine anything better for your four-legged friend than roaming in the larch forest or letting off steam on the meadows of the Moos? What a delight! 

As animal lovers, we know only too well that you don't want to spend the most beautiful time of the year without your faithful companion. Therefore, well-behaved pets are warmly welcome at the Schönruh.

Package for our four-legged guests...

  • Welcome biscuit
  • Dog towel at your room, bowls (on request)
  • We are happy to provide you with tips and recommendations for dog-friendly walks and beautiful spots
  • We have two resident dogs at the hotel, Beauty and Maggie who are usually found under the desk at the reception or out and about for a walk.
  • We charge a pet fee as of € 10.00 per day without food.

Dogs can only be accepted on a pre-booked basis, since we only have limited supply of dog-friendly rooms.

Be considerate...

Because we appreciate that not all of our guests may be animal lovers like us, we politely ask you to control your dogs at all times: 

  • Please keep your pooch on lead in public areas of the hotel.
  • We are for your understanding that dogs are not permitted in the restaurant.
  • We prefer that dogs should not be left unattended in the room other than during breakfast and dinner time.

When taking your pet outside the hotel:

  • We kindly request that you are considerate and respectful to other nature lovers and our farmers. So make sure to clear up after your dog - should you forget your own 'poop bags', you'll find plenty of free bag dispensers and dedicated dog waste bins on your walks.
  • It is important to keep your dog a on short lead on fields where livestock are grazing and on the territory of forest animals.
  • Dogs must be kept on the lead in cable cars. Some may be required to wear a muzzle on cable cars. Muzzles may be rented at some bottom stations.

If you follow the checklist, you and your four-legged companion are all set for a beautiful holiday. We already look forward to meeting your pooch!