Woolshed Cabins Pet Policy
Pets are part of the modern family so there is no reason to leave them at home on your next getaway, however if you do decide to bring your furry friend we do have a few rules designed to keep everyone happy.
1. Please keep your pet on a lead and under control around the cabins, pick up after them and never leave them locked inside the cabin. We don't consider it very pet friendly if you him/her left alone unattended in a strange environment. There are lots of pet friendly things to do while visiting Beechworth, we have provided a few ideas below.
2. All cabins have an enclosed verandah for day-time use, while at the cabins please keep your pet here, however they are allowed to sleep inside at night only, in their own beds. Keep them off furniture and out of bedrooms.
3. Any damage or breakages done by your pet will be covered by you, you are responsible for your pets’ actions and behaviour. If a dog disturbs other guests, you may be asked to leave. Any excess cleaning will also be charged back to owner at the managers discretion.
4. Limit of one dog per cabin. All dog stays are at the managers discretion.
Pet stay fee $25.
Dog good time...
Woolshed Cabin is situated on 12 acres to explore with off leash areas with a seasonal dam. Each cabin is not fenced however the property is with the exception of a small opening for the driveway.
A few pet friendly things to do around Beechworth:
• Ried's Creek Walk: Start at Woolshed Cabins and walk up to town through Beechworth Historical Park and the Cascades. 8km
• Baarmutha Park: Dog Friendly Park (Balaclava Road - Next to Beechworth Golf Course)
• Lake Sambell: Filled with trout located right in town, perfect for a 5-6km walk and a swim, there is also a bbq picnic area.
• The Beechworth Bakery, Bridge Road Brewery, Tanswells Hotel and town cafés: Offer outdoor dining so taking your dog while you have a meal is not a problem.
• Rail trails: All are pet friendly walks, we can provide a map.
• Eldorado Dredge: Situated in Australia's richest gold rush creek is the largest dredge in the southern hemisphere, its worth a visit plus your dog doesn't have to sit in the car. The dredge is listed on the Victorian Register of Historic Buildings and the National Estate Register.