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Dogs in Lapland hotels -
which hotels allow dogs?

Travelling with dogs

pets in Lapland When travelling with your dogs in Lapland you need to know which hotels welcome dogs and other pets. Since we are dog owners ourselves we know that sometimes you have to do some searching to find a place where you can have your dog with you into a hotel room.

We have done some reasearch to find out which hotels and other accommodations do accept dog owners to bring their dogs with them. As a general rule you can say that all camping sites allow dogs and other pets. There are exceptions, though.

dogs in lapland Fortunately most Lapland hotels which we have been in contact with, allow dogs. Some have only one room for this purpose, whereas others have more. Some of them carge extra for dogs. The charges vary from free to € 25 pr night. But there are hotels that don't accept dogs at all. We won't mention them here since you will need the ones that welcome pets.

Where prices are not mentioned, we may conclude that there is no charge, but we are not quite sure so far. Be prepared to pay some anyway.

So far we have come up with a list for each part of Lapland. These are the ones who have answered our requests and that do accept dogs and other small pets. At this stage we mix all kinds of accommodations in the presentation. (Both photos: Olav E. Johansen)

There are no complete lists as to which accommodations that accept dogs. Our list is possibly the most complete Lapland list so far. We will try work on it to make it more complete later.

Here you have the list.

When you plan your Lapland trip, you need the rules for travelling with dogs in Lapland. This applies to others pets as well.

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