Your vacation with dog in Austria in Narzissendorf Zloam

Where four-legged friends feel right at home!

With the dog at the Grundlsee

Holiday with your loved ones

The Narzissendorf Zloam is a wonderful place for your holiday with your dog in Styria. A holiday village for young and old, for families, couples and groups of friends where dogs are a natural part of it. The combination of a holiday home, great leisure activities, fun and nature are simply perfect for a holiday in Austria accompanied by your dog.

Whether in summer over extensive hiking trails or in winter with snowshoes through snow-covered landscapes with panoramic views. The Zloam offers many possibilities for a joint hiking holiday with dog. Flowering alpine meadows, shady forests and cold mountain lakes are a hiking paradise for dogs. For winter fun with your dog, there are numerous winter hiking trails that start right outside the front door.

In the hot season, you may also splash around in the numerous lakes in the surrounding area; in Ausseerland there are plenty of places to swim with your dog. Also, there are wonderful excursion destinations around the Narzissendorf Zloam together with your four-legged friend.

The holiday home or you and your dog in Styria is equipped with a light-flooded living area with dining corner and fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, bedroom and a wellness bathroom, thus offering luxurial privacy. For the wellness holiday with dog, there is a sauna and a fireplace for relaxing evenings.

Holidays for the two and the four-legged friends

Bello, Amaris and Lucia feel right at home in the dog-friendly holiday homes! As a welcome, they get a dog treat before inspecting their new sleeping place in the spacious accommodation units. You can also buy dog food from "The Goodstuff" in our shop at the reception. Dog toys, brushes and grooming items are also available.

In Narzissendorf Zloam there are countless possibilities for an active holiday with your dog. For example, you can take riding lessons or enjoy horseback riding along with your dog. It can even join you in archery. Of course, dogs are also allowed at the Zloam Wirt and in the Wiesencafe.

At the bathing spots in Ausseerland you and your dog can jump into the cool water together:

  • Grundlsee
  • Altauseersee in Altaussee
  • Salza Stausee in Bad Mitterndorf
  • Ödensee in Pichl-Kainisch

This is how you and your dog will experience an unforgettable holiday with precious moments of happiness!

Our inclusive package for dogs

  • Dog sign on the holiday home
  • Welcome dog treat
  • Dog blanket, food & water bowl in the holiday home or apartament
  • Free pet sack at the reception
  • Dog shower facilities
  • Countless opportunities for walks in the area
  • Dog towels at the reception
  • € 25.- per dog and night
  • A maximum of 2 dogs per house or 1 dog per apartment

So we all get on well together

Out of consideration for children, the alpine cattle and the wild animals in the Zloam, dogs must be kept on a leash without exception. Please make sure that your pets do not do their business in the cows' feeding meadows. Free pet sacks are available at the reception.

Hikes in the green heart of Austria are exciting and relaxing at the same time. Styria, especially the Ausseerlandoffers plenty of space to enjoy nature. Following the rules of conduct for staying safe on alpine pastures, all visitors can enjoy their outdoor excursions to the fullest. So please observe and consider the following when you are out and about with your four-legged friend:


  • Keep a safe distance and do not feed the animals.
  • Keep calm so as not to frighten the animals.
  • The mother cows protect their calves. Please keep dogs away from them.
  • Dogs must be kept on a lead. In the event of an attack, immediately let go of the lead.
  • Avoid unnecessary risks and only use marked trails.
  • Give way to grazing animals and wait until they have left the trail. Keep as much distance as possible.
  • If animals approach, simply keep calm and do not turn your back on them.
  • If the atmosphere is tense, leave the grazing area of the animals as quickly as possible.
  • Observe demarcated areas and close all gates behind you when crossing pastures.
  • Treat nature, alpine workers and animals with respect.

Of course you can live without a dog, it's just not worth it.

Actor Heinz Rühmann