Dog friendly Accommodations

Accommodations in Kaprun 

In Kaprun there are only a small selection of accommodations that are dog friendly. If you take your four-legged friend with you on vacation, there are a few things to consider. Here you can find hikes that are also suitable to do with your dog and you can also bring them to the Klammsee in Kaprun or the reservoirs in Kaprun.

Reserve your holiday in a dog-friendly holiday accommodation in Kaprun here today.

Equipment available at the dog-friendly holiday apartments 

If our guests do not have a dog bed with them, we will be happy to prepare a space for them in the apartment which includes your own dog bowl. However, dog feed is not included in the fee as we know that our guests’ dogs have different tastes!

Arrival with the dog in Kaprun

Please register your four-legged companion at the time of your reservation and if you can answer the following questions with a no, nothing stands in the way of your dog accompanying you on holidays:

– Does your dog ​​sleep in the same bed as you? 

– Does your dog ​​love luxurious and expensive couches? 

– Will your dog jump at other guests or dogs in the house and could this lead to dangerous situations? 

Have you answered the three questions with a ‘no’? Excellent, pack your dog’s bag and see you in Kaprun! We are dog lovers ourselves and will make your stay an unforgettable experience.

Dog Parks/Zones in Kaprun

Not far from the Tauernspa Kaprun, there is a dog zone that can be perfectly combined with a walk in the Kapruner Moos. It is spacious and our guests are sure to get to know other dog lovers, but unfortunately the park has no gates. Away from the dedicated dog zones, it is advisable to keep your companion on a leash. Dangerous situations can arise, especially around the alpine pastures with grazing cattle.

Tip: Observe suckler cows very closely and stay far away from them. Should an incident still occur, immediately take your dog off the leash.

Frequently asked Questions:

Most landlords charge a small fee. To avoid any surprises on the day of arrival, you should register your dog at the time of booking.

Most landlords do not like it when you leave your dog alone in the holiday home for several hours. 
Yes of course. In most railways you must be a leash on your dog, and you should show consideration for other passengers. The transport is basically free of charge.