Thursday, September 17, 2009
Holidays For Dogs
…It’s a Dog’s Life
Taking your ‘best friend’ on holiday shouldn’t mean you have to sleep in a kennel! Turon Gates offers the ultimate getaway for animal lovers wanting the best in pet friendly accommodation.
A pleasant 2.5 hour drive from Sydney, Turon Gates Country Retreat is the perfect escape for you and your pooch. The idyllic rural setting provides a spectacular backdrop for adventure. Try your hand at trout fishing, horse riding or canoeing - just some of the fabulous activities available at your request. With 15km of crystal clear trout stream and 6,000 acres of untouched bush land, you and your four-legged friend will have endless opportunities to reconnect with nature. Alternatively, enjoy the tranquil surroundings as you relax in a hammock, under the shade of a gum tree. Rest assured your pet will be safe and secure, with many of the cottages equipped with large covered balconies and gates.
Turon Gates offers comfortable accommodation to complement the peaceful natural surroundings, with rustic riverside cabins or cosy mountain cottages, each accommodating up to 8 people. Don’t forget to bring Fido’s bedding and feeding bowls, there is plenty of room for pets! The retreat is environmentally friendly, using only gas and solar energy. For that truly unique ‘one-with-nature’ experience, choose a camping spot along the retreat’s extensive river frontage. Enjoy the silence of the bush and respect Mother Nature by cleaning up any droppings and other mess.
Share the beauties of the bush with your beloved companion. There is no need to cut your holiday short on their behalf. Turon Gates is the ideal pet friendly holiday destination, offering everything from mountain adventures to riverside relaxation.
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