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Old 3rd November 2016, 14:41   #31
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Hi All!

Does anybody else know of a pet friendly place in Vishakhapatnam. Last trip was a little difficult as the booking was cancelled at the last moment due to some other guest.

Just want to keep another option as a back-up.

Thanks in advance!

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Some suggestions in Uttarakhand based on my experiences:

1. Emerald Trail, Jungliagaon (near Bhimtal) - This has to be the most pet-friendly resort ever! Must have experience for any pet lover. All cottages have independent open space / ground ranging between 5000-20000 sq ft. where you can let out your dogs unleashed and they can run around. They provide food for pets at no extra cost. They have their own 4 dogs who stay at the property, so all the staff are extremely pet-friendly. Google and check out their website.

2. Rose Cottage, Hartola - It is a Homestay (a bunglow with 3-4 rooms). The owners who live in Delhi are dog lovers and they allow pets at the Rose Cottage. It snows here during Feb (though we visited in October and did not witness the snow ourselves).

3. Aashritha, Kausani - A big bunglow with about 6-8 rooms. They allow pets. We had a decent experience.

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Does anybody else know of a pet friendly place in Vishakhapatnam.

Rahul
Vizag (Zai Silverline Residency) http://www.silverlineresidency.com/index.html - this is a budget hotel, not that great; but will allow your pet
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Hi All,

Does anyone know of any pet friendly properties in South Goa? Need to book for a friend in August. Preferably an entire apartment or something of that sort as they will be travelling with 3 kids and 3 dogs.
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I recommend the following 2 Homestays / Resorts in Himachal Pradesh based on my recent travel experience with my 2 dogs.

1. Jibhi Homestead, Jibhi, Binjar Valley, Himachal Pradesh: This homestay has 5 star rating on TripAdvisor from all the reviews and I strongly recommend this place based on my personal experience. They are not a Hotel, but just a Homestay. They serve you delicious home cooked food and their garden area is big enough for the Pets to roam around and enjoy. The host Ishan is a very sweet boy who stays with his family in a house on the same property. He charges around 2000-3000 per room for stay and I think its great value for money.

2. Mahal Farms, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh: We stayed with them on 2 nights, one each on our way to Jibhi and back. They have very nice and well equipped rooms with TV, Fridge and Hot Running Water through Geyser. When travelling with Pets, ask for their "West End" Room which opens to the garden / open green area.

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Hi folks,

We went for a 14 day Spiti Valley Expedition with our 2 dogs from 13th - 26th October 2018. I am listing below all the Pet-Friendly Hotels / Resorts we stayed at.

1. Spirits Unplugged, Village Karyali, near Shimla - This is a 2 Bedroom Cottage, the owners of which live in Delhi NCR. It is their Home which is very nicely maintained and the caretaker cooks excellent food. The only downside is that they have 3 dogs of their own which stay at the property, so when any guests arrive at the property with their own dogs, these dogs who stay the property have to be tied up.

2. Kinner Camps, Sangla - They have about 15 Swiss Tents and the service is very good. Tents are also very comfortable. They serve buffet breakfast and dinner. Same problem as above, 3 dogs who stay at the property, so you have to inform them beforehand that you are bringing your own dogs, so that they can tie up their own dogs during the period of your stay.

3. The Monk Camps, Kalpa - They have 5-6 Swiss Tents and some Cottages. Very comfortable stay and delicious north indian food. Cost - Rs. 4000 per night inclusive Breakfast and Dinner. Lots of open garden space for your dogs to roam around.

4. Hotel Tow Dhey, Tabo - The Hotel is in a 3 storey building. Since we were travelling with our dogs and had informed them at the time of booking itself, they gave us their ground floor room which is just outside the main Hotel Building. Hotel Owner is very soft spoken nice person Mr. Anil Bodh.

5. Hotel Deyzor, Kaza - Hotel Deyzor is just amazing. Situated at an altitude of about 3500 metres, they manage to serve you really delicious Indian and continental food alongwith superb desserts. Rooms are also very nicely done up and very comfortable. They also have about 5-6 dogs which live with them, so they will give you one of the two rooms at their ground floor which open into a garden / open area. Highly recommend this Hotel. Host Karan is a very amazing guy.

6. Nomad's Cottage, Losar - Situated at about 4000 Metres, Temperatures in Losar from October onwards are mostly below 0 degrees. When we stayed, the night temperatures ranged between - 15 to -20 degrees. So please be very well prepared with woolens both for yourself and for your dogs. Nomad's Cottage again has very nice and clean rooms. The boys their serve you excellent hot food to keep you warm. They will also provide you with enough blankets and hot water bags to keep you warm.

7. SKY One Ski Resort, Solang Valley, Manali - Stayed at one of their Swiss Tents. Very comfortable. Good food. Plenty of open garden area for dogs to run around and play.

Please Note that from Nako onwards you are officially in Spiti Valley where the Temperatures in Winters are very low. At Losar, where we stayed 2 nights, the temperatures at night ranged between - 15 to -20 degrees Celsius. So if you do travel with your dogs, make sure they are healthy dogs and you are carrying enough woolens for them. We were carrying their well-cushioned round beds and about 8 blankets just for them.

Also, if you are doing the Spiti Valley trip with pets, please make sure that you do not rush it and do the entire circuit in about 10-14 days, to gradually acclimatize to the conditions before you reach the higher altitudes. Good for both you and your pets.

Hopefully, this will help some of you planning to visit the Spiti Valley.

Happy Travelling with your Pets
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