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June 7, 2020

Cat-Friendly Accommodation Victoria

Cat-Friendly Accommodation Victoria

With more and more properties allowing our feline friends to stay, it’s a great time to plan a trip with your kitty. If you’re looking for cat-friendly accommodation Victoria, here are a few favourites.

Since many of us can’t stand the thought of leaving our pampered pets at home when we travel, even for a few days, we have selected hotels, caravan parks and cottage rentals where cats are welcome.

Albury

Wodonga Caravan Park 

This park offers pet-friendly ensuite cabins.  It’s an ideal base to explore the many tourist attractions of the Albury-Wodonga region, the Murray River and the High Country.  Being located just off the Hume Highway between Sydney and a 3-hour drive from Melbourne make it convenient for a stopover for travelling kitties.

Facilities include a swimming pool, playground, BBQ, dump point, laundrette, kiosk and wireless internet.

186 Melbourne Road, Wodonga 3690

T 02 6024 2598 

 

 

Daylesford

Spring Creek Cottage Hepburn

Spring Creek Cottage 800

This well-appointed 2-bedroom cottage offers an eco-friendly luxury getaway with wine and chocolates on arrival. Conveniently located, the cottage is only a 10-minute walk to the main street of Hepburn Springs and 400 metres to the Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa. Pets are well-catered for with a fully fenced garden, bowls, beds, and leashes provided. A maximum of two pets per property. Other types of house-trained pets are welcome.

19 Golden Springs Avenue, Hepburn Springs 3461

www.springcreekcottagehepburn.com.au

 

Great Ocean Road

Maroo Park Cottages

Maroo Cottage[1]

These 8 fully self-contained cabins on a 15-acre property welcome cats and dogs. With an outdoor pool, tennis court, and relaxing bush views, Maroo Park Cottages make a great family short break or holiday accommodation.
An easy 5-minute drive from a selection of beautiful beaches and the small township of Anglesea.

1230 Great Ocean Road, Bellbrae 3228

M 0434 352 559

 

 

 

Melbourne

Zagame’s House

Zagamehotel

This boutique hotel believes that pets are family, and when you’re out and about the last thing they want is for you to have to leave your fur-baby behind. Their specialised service includes A “Treat Yo Fur-baby” Bag of goodies, an exclusive In-Room Dining Menu for Pets, and access to special services such as pet sitting. This 97-room hotel showcases the best of modern interior design, luxurious amenities, and sustainable architecture.

66 Lygon Street, Carlton 3053

T 03 9084 7777

www.zagameshouse.com.au

 

 

Mornington Peninsula

Shore Line 

Shore Line

Wake up on the water. This 4-bedroom double-storey beach house is perfect to explore the beautiful Mornington Penninsula or just relax. With foreshore views and an outdoor spa, this pet-friendly house welcomes most kinds of pets but check upon bookings. While pets are allowed inside they are not allowed on the furniture. There is a terrace at the front with a native garden.

1847 Point Nepean Road, Tootgarook 3941

T 03 9775 4015

 

 

Mount Buller

Liptelvin Hillside Retreat 

With stunning views to Mt Buller, river frontage and is located 2 kilometres from Lake Eildon, this award-winning retreat aims to make pets as welcome as their owners and allows domesticated animals to stay inside at all 3 facilities which consist of: a 2-bedroom apartment, a B&B room and the self-contained caravan. Victoria’s premier ski resort is just 30 kilometres away.

443 Howes Creek Road, Goughs Bay 3723
T 03 5777 3710          

 

Philip Island

Five Acres Farmstay 

 Five Acres

This gorgeous farm stay has sweeping water views and the owners understand the importance of taking your pet with you when you travel. Located just 3.5km from the World Famous Penguin Parade, all pets welcome as long as they are house trained. The Guest Home boasts 2 bedrooms, one large bathroom with washing machine and separate toilet.

46 Mchaffies Lane, Ventnor 3922

M 0433 093 902

 

Despite taking a cat on holiday being a great experience for both pet and owner, there is always a risk that a cat will get lost if it is allowed to roam without restraint. Be sure your cat is microchipped, wears a well-fitted harness and ID tag when you travel.

 

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