‘Dylan Dogs’ is a specially developed program of amenities and services for man’s best friend. The comfort of all our guests, human and canine, is Dylan's ultimate concern. A charge of EUR100.00 per night will apply to all dogs checking in to the hotel. Included in this charge is a dog bed, water and food bowls and a doggie treat on arrival.
All Mutts Must…
Be under 30kgs
Be well behaved
Be immaculately groomed
Be potty trained
Not use the Dylan furniture or beds as a place of rest
Have received a health certificate from the vet with a clean bill of health
Stay on a lead while in all public areas and never left unattended
Be walked regularly, the nearby canal is an ideal scenic walk
Bring their own food in line with their dietary requirements
Not use the facilities of the bar or restaurant but may relax on our two outdoor terraces (except Guide Dogs)
Make arrangements with our Style department to have their rooms serviced when the pets are gone or the owner is present
Pay a soilage charge of €200 if the room is not left the way it was found
Must pay full compensation for any damage done to furniture, upholstery or fittings
Dylan’s Top Tips for Travelling with Your Dog :
Plan Ahead : Leaving packing and arrangements to the last minute can be stressful for dogs, so arrange everything that needs to be done well in advance.
Stick to their routine : Dogs thrive on routine so try to stick to their regular feeding schedule. Don’t switch to a different brand of dog food when traveling as it may upset their stomach. Bring their favourite toy or blanket.
Be safe : Dogs need a safe place to rest when traveling, whether by car, bus or plane. Pet harnesses or crates are recommended. By law your pet must be in a pet carrier when flying.
Pet-friendly : Be sure to check, in advance, that a dog program or dog friendly policy exists wherever you are staying.
Identification : Make sure your dog has identification, clearly stating their name, your name, address and phone number in case you become separated from your dog when traveling.