November 25, 2017
If you want to be near both the city and the beach, Adelaide’s Glenelg Beach area is the place to stay.
Try Comfort Inn Haven Marina for affordable accommodation which is one of the few pet-friendly establishments in town or for a high-end option try The Hilton.
Below are some pet-friendly accommodation suggestions in Adelaide, and other parts of South Australia.
Marley and Me BnB
This BnB is Adelaide’s first purpose-designed pet-friendly property. It features a fully enclosed backyard, dog kennels outside for larger dogs and beds inside for smaller dogs or cats. The bed in the main room has been selected to allow for your furry friends to come in for morning cuddles with easy step access. Absolutely everything is included (pet bowls, leads and harnesses, pet couch toppers, pet toys) including welcome treats and pet food for the first night. So all you need to do is pack up your pets and come.
M 0452 160 106
Central Market Cottage: an urban retreat
This charmingly renovated turn of the century, 2 bedroom cottage is nestled in the southwestern quadrant of the Adelaide CBD. It’s only a few minutes walk to the vibrancy of the Central Market, Gouger Street and Chinatown.
Pet enquiries will be considered on a case by case basis.
This hotel, located in the heart of the City, is very close to all points of interest.
Facilities include an outdoor pool, a tennis court, a jogging track, and a fitness room. Pets are welcome but a fee is applied.
233 Victoria Square, Adelaide 5000
Townhouse on Collins
This 2-bedroom family-friendly property is nestled right in the centre of Adelaide city.
Situated in a leafy no through quiet street yet a quick walk to most city attractions. From $177 per night.
Dog About Days
Comfort Inn Haven Marina
This affordable accommodation is one of few establishments in town offering affordable pet-friendly rooms in Glenelg as well as dog walking and pet care services (contact the property directly to book).
Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park
This park is central to the many Eyre Peninsula and Nullarbor attractions. So, whether you are travelling east or west or simply want a lovely holiday setting, be sure to stay here. This popular park has pet-friendly cottages with a courtyard to allow your pets to have freedom outside. House-trained pets are allowed inside the cottages.
244 Decres Bay Road, Ceduna 5690
T 08 8625 2012
Lake Albert Caravan Park
Located right on the shores of Lake Albert, this park is pet-friendly on powered and unpowered sites. However, pets must be on a leash at all times and under owner supervision.
25 Narrung Rd, Meningie 5264
T 08 8575 1411
Take your pet to stay on a houseboat on the Murray River, SA. The luxurious boats accommodate for groups of up to 12 people from all walks of life, including their pets! Yes, that’s right your four-legged friends are welcome on board any of the White Houseboats.
Barossa Weintal SA
Ideally situated just one hour drive from Adelaide in the picturesque Barossa Valley, you and your pet can stay in style close to wineries, cafes, and boutique shops. Dine at the hotel’s steakhouse restaurant, Angus and Co Barossa, or enjoy some down-time in the gaming room. There are 2 pet-friendly rooms available, including a bed, bowl, and treats for your favourite pooch. The cost of bringing a dog is $50 for one night and $80 for two nights.
Payment is to be paid on arrival.
235 Murray St, Tanunda SA 5352
T 61 1800 648 269
Clare Country Club SA
Hire some bikes and explore the beautiful rolling hills of Clare Valley with your pet whilst staying in one of the pet-friendly rooms at the stunning Clare Country Club. Savour fresh, local, quality produce at Conner’s restaurant and bar, or delight in a well-deserved break at the on-site spa & sauna. Other resort facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, gym, and 18-hole golf course, making this hotel an obvious choice for those looking for somewhere extra special to stay in Southern Australia.
White Hut Rd, Clare SA 5453
T 08 8842 1060
Sunset at Glenelg Beach.
Dog-Friendly Beaches: South Australia
Most beaches near Adelaide allow dogs, however, they must be on a leash between 10 am and 8 pm during daylight savings. The main picture is Glenelg Beach, which is located only 10km from the heart of Adelaide City. With great sunsets, this beach is one of Adelaide’s favourites and luckily dogs are permitted too. For dog-friendly beaches in other states visit here.
Below are some more images of dog-friendly beaches in South Australia.