Alpine holidays with dogs
If you love your holidays but always feel sad at the prospect of leaving behind your four-legged friend, then a summer holiday to the French Alps is the answer!
A change of scenery, plenty of space, breathtaking vistas, deep-blue lakes and stunning mountain walks make for dog (and owner!) heaven.
Summer holiday accommodation for dogs
Peak Retreats features a number of chalets and apartments in the French Alps during the summer that welcome well-behaved dogs. Please see individual summer accommodation pages for pricing.
If you are travelling with one dog :
|Aussois||Les Flocons d'Argent|
|Bourg-Saint-Maurice||Le Coeur d'Or|
|Sainte Foy||Les Fermes de Sainte-Foy|
|Champagny||Les Alpages de Champagny|
|Chatel||Les Chalets d'Angele|
|Combloux||Les Fermes du Mont Blanc|
|La Rosiere||Les Cimes Blanches|
|Le Grand Bornand||Le Village de Lessy|
|Les Carroz||Les Chalets de Jouvence|
|Montgenevre||Chalets des Dolines - Hameau des Airelles|
|Samoens||La Reine des Pres|
|Saint-Martin de Belleville||Les Chalets du Gypse|
|Tignes Le Lac-Val Claret||Le Nevada - Le Telemark|
|Val Cenis||Les Chalets du Flambeau - Les Balcons en Haut|
If you are travelling with more than one dog :
|La Clusaz||Les Grandes Alpes|
|Les Deux Alpes||Le Cortina - Alba - Goleon Val Ecrin|
|Les Gets||Les Fermes Emiguy|
|Saint-Gervais||Les Fermes de St Gervais - Le Grand Panorama|
|Serre-Chevalier||Le Hameau du Rocher Blanc|
|Valloire||Les Chalets du Galibier|
If you can not see what you are looking for, please call our team on 023 9283 9310 and they will be happy to advise.
Travelling with dogs - your transport options
Eurotunnel - Stay in your car with your dog during the crossing. You will need to visit the Pet Control booth in Calais before check-in lanes so they can carry out checks. Please ensure you leave plenty of time to do this. Please note that due to current restrictions it is not currently possible to travel with a pet Calais to Folkestone outside the hours of 06:30 to 23:30.
Brittany Ferries - Dogs stay in the car during the crossing on the car deck.
P&O - Stay in the car. Check-in at least 60 minutes before return.
Please call our team on 023 9283 9310 for current pricing.
Taking your dog in and out of the UK
The UK has left the European Union and is now in a transition period until the 31st December 2020. During the transition period, to travel with your pet to the EU until the end of December, you can continue to use your valid Pet Passport. If you don’t have a current UK–issued EU Pet Passport, you will need to speak to your vet. We always recommend you talk to your vet before travel to ensure you have the most current advice.
From 1 January 2021, the rules for travelling to EU countries including France with your pet will change. To make sure your pet is able to travel from the UK to the EU from 1 January 2021, you should contact your vet at least four months before travelling to get the latest advice. Current advice on travelling with pets can be found on the GOV.UK Pet Travel to Europe website.
If you need further information, contact the Pet Travel Scheme helpline
Telephone: 0370 241 1710
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm (closed on bank holidays)