Pet & Dog Friendly Lodging in New England

You don't need to feel hounded by your conscience when you go off on a blissful New England vacation trip and leave the family dog at a kennel. Bring the dog with you! Many New England hotels, motels, resorts, inns, and vacation rentals make a point of being pet friendly, welcoming dogs of all shapes (although some lodgings place a limit on sizes). Some lodgings are near walking trails where you and your pooch can enjoy the outdoors together. See listings below and check hotel and motel websites for details.

Why You Should Bring Your Dog To Your Next New England Stay

Choosing a dog-friendly hotel in New England can transform your trip into an inclusive family adventure. By bringing your beloved furry companion along, you can create lasting memories together and eliminate the worry of leaving them behind. Pet-friendly hotels in this region often go the extra mile, providing amenities like designated walking areas, dog beds, and even dog-sitting services. Exploring New England with your pet allows you to enjoy scenic hikes, beachfront strolls, and outdoor activities while strengthening the bond between you and your four-legged friend. Many charming New England towns also welcome dogs, so you can share the joy of discovering quaint shops and restaurants. Staying in a pet-friendly hotel ensures that your New England getaway is enjoyable for you and enriching and fulfilling for your dog.

Places In New England Where You Can Bring Your Dog

The Mountain Top Resort is one of the best places to bring your pet on vacation. With all of our scenic trails, you and your companion can come along and explore. The Wolfeboro Inn in New Hampshire is dedicated to ensuring your pet is cared for. They are the founder of the Bed and Bark Package, which includes all the necessities your dog may need on your stay. Lastly, the Stanton House Inn in Connecticut is a great place to relax for you and your dog. All rooms that accept dogs are located on the first floor and equipped with water bowls and a personalized welcome kit. Many great options exist for your furry family to enjoy the New England atmosphere together

Dog Not Disturb - Franklin Hotel Martha's Vineyard - Edgartown, MA
Franklin Hotel Martha's Vineyard

222 Upper Main Street Edgartown, MA, 02539 Phone: 508-379-2100

Your pet wants to come along on your island vacation! This Vineyard hotel agrees

No need to leave your pet at home when you head out on your island vacation. The Franklin Hotel, the perfect Martha’s Vineyard vacation hotel in Edgartown, welcomes pets 50 pounds and under. You and your significant furry other can walk the tree-lined streets down to lively Edgartown, filled with unique shops and restaurants. Your dog may not admire the stately Federal and Greek Revival ship captain’s homes in this beautiful part of the island, but you will. The island also boasts dozens of hiking trails along wooded paths and by the shore, pristine beaches and applause-worthy sunsets. Back at the boutique hotel, enjoy your luxurious, spacious room (no two are alike), and several relaxing seating areas, including a garden patio.
Summer View 500x250 - Boothbay Harbor Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Boothbay Harbor Inn

31 Atlantic Avenue Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-6302

Harborside inn offers pet-friendly rooms; local attractions also welcome your furry friend

You know who loves ocean breezes as much as you do? Your dog, that’s who. That’s why the Boothbay Harbor Inn, directly on the waterfront with picturesque views of the harbor, offers some pet-friendly rooms among its 60 spacious accommodations to guests who travel with furry companions. There are plenty of places to explore in the area, including four preserves that are pet friendly, nearby dog parks, restaurants that let you eat outside with a dog and even some tourist attractions that welcome your pooch. There are pet-friendly nature cruises, whale-watch excursions and lighthouse tours, for example, and some kayak tours are pet friendly. Even the Booth Bay Railway Village offers a hearty “welcome aboard” to you and your pet.

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Summer Background New - Riverwalk Resort at Loon - Lincoln, NH
RiverWalk Resort at Loon

22 South Mountain Drive Lincoln, NH, 03251 Phone: 603-745-7525

No reason to leave your pet behind when you stay at this resort in the mountains

Should you plan to vacation in the mountains of New Hampshire without the family pet? Absolutely not! At the RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain, they have several pet-friendly, spacious suites available for one dog or cat of any size. That means everyone in the family can enjoy all the great outdoors in this vibrant region. For your dog, that might mean exploring the miles of trails in the breathtaking White Mountain National Forest, rewarding two- and four-foot hikers with jaw-dropping views. Or it might mean strolling through the area’s towns and villages, with many dog-friendly shops and outdoor eateries. Back at the resort, amenities for human guests include pools, hot tubs, an on-site winery and spa and La Vista restaurant, famous for its wood-fired pizza.
Fluffy Buddies - Naswa Resort - Laconia, NH
Naswa Resort

1086 Weirs Boulevard Laconia, NH, 03246 Phone: 603-366-4341 Toll-Free: 888-556-2792

No need to leave your pet at home when you plan your exciting vacation by the lake

You want to have fun by the lake on your vacation – and so does your dog! That’s why the folks at The NASWA Resort have designated several rooms in the inn building, studio suites, and one- and two-bedroom cottages on Lake Winnipesaukee, NH as pet-friendly. You’ll know your pooch is appreciated as soon as you check in, when you’ll be given a welcome kit listing area pet services, treats, and a pet toy. Your room, suite, or cottage will have dog bedding, pet bowls, and pet waste bags provided. At the resort, pets must use designated walk areas. Still, the Laconia, NH area has a wide variety of trails and open spaces for your dog to explore, including nearby Ahern State Park, Weirs Community Park, and Opechee Park.
Pet Pals - Seaport Hotel Boston - Boston, MA
Seaport Hotel Boston

One Seaport Lane Boston, MA, 02210 Phone: 617-385-4000

In the heart of the walkable Seaport District, hotel extends hearty welcome to your furry friend

Leave the dog at home while you go on vacation? Nonsense! At the Seaport Hotel, they will happily welcome your dog, under 25 pounds, with complimentary treats (and doggie bags). The hotel, in Boston, MA’s vibrant, walkable Seaport District, also provides a dog toy, water bowl and a grassy outside area along the waterfront for walks and fresh air. Leashed dogs are allowed throughout the hotel and campus except for restaurants and the fitness center. In the heart of the Seaport, the hotel is close to plenty of places for great dog strolls, including the 43-mile Boston Harborwalk along the shore, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the Boston Common and the Public Garden. Ask the concierge for tips on great dog and people walks.
Aerial View - Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery - North Woodstock, NH
Woodstock Inn Brewery

135 Main Street North Woodstock, NH, 03262 Phone: 603-745-3951 Toll-Free: 800-321-3985

Country inn wants you to enjoy your vacation by bringing your dog along

The best vacations are the ones where you don’t have to leave the dog behind, and at the Woodstock Inn Brewery, they specialize in the best vacations. That means several of the inn’s 40+ rooms and suites and vacation home accommodations are dog-friendly, with treats, bowls and cleanup bags provided. There’s a grassy area on the property that is fine for dogs, but you’ll have no trouble finding places for great walks and hikes in the White Mountains, many leading to spectacular views, swimming holes and waterfalls. Many of the area’s merchants on village Main Streets also welcome dogs with water bowls outside their establishments. Back at the inn, the brewery’s seasonal Dam Bar patio also welcomes dogs. It’s a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Dogs - Brenton Hotel - Newport, RI
Brenton Hotel

31 America's Cup Avenue Newport, RI, 02840 Phone: 401-849-3100

Luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of Newport Harbor will pamper you and your pet

You’re not the only one who can have a pampered vacation in Newport. When you stay at the Brenton Hotel, Newport’s boutique hotel on the harbor, your furry friend can live in the lap of luxury, too. Being pet-friendly at the Brenton doesn’t just mean welcoming your four-legged companion and offering super-sized rooms and suites so everyone has room to roam: It means providing those extra services that ensure he or she will have as good a time as you. So, while you are asking the hotel concierge to plan an itinerary for cliff walks, mansion tours and other delights in this walkable city, the hotel’s pet concierge can make arrangements for dog sitting or dog walking, in partnership with Lucky Dog Resort. Everyone wins! Named to the Travel & Leisure Top 500 Hotels in the World in both 2022 and 2023.
Colorful View 500x250 - Ocean House Resort - Watch Hill, RI
Ocean House Resort

1 Bluff Avenue Watch Hill, RI, 02891 Phone: Toll-Free: 877-346-9442

Let your pooch be pampered with treats, toys and early-morning beach access

At the Ocean House, they know your dog is part of your family. That’s why they started the Pooch Program, to make your pet’s stay, like yours, comfortable and enjoyable. Well-mannered dogs 50 pounds and under will be welcomed with treats and a toy and have the use of a designer dog bed and dog bowls. The concierge will provide up-to-date information on pet walk areas. Leashed dogs are allowed on the private beach before 8 a.m. and after 6 p.m., with expanded hours October through May. And, with a reservation and an added fee, dog sitters and walkers can be made available. There is a limit of two dogs per room, up to 50 pounds total. Ocean House was recently named to Forbes Magazine's list of "Most Luxurious Hotels & Spas", and is one of the top 100 hotels in the world according to Travel + Leisure readers.

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Pet Friendly  - Lord Camden Inn - Camden, ME
Lord Camden Inn

24 Main Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-4325 Toll-Free: 800-336-4325

Inn in the heart of Camden has an ‘open paws’ policy for your furry companion

No way you are leaving your dog home when you vacation at the Lord Camden Inn, conveniently located in the heart of downtown Camden. The inn welcomes your pet with open paws via their Pampered Pooch Accommodations. That means a warm greeting when you arrive (with a rub behind your pooch’s ears) and, waiting for you in your room or suite, a comfortable, plush fleece dog bed, gourmet dog biscuits and a water and food bowl. You’ll also receive an extensive list of local outdoor recreational activities for you and your pet as well as doggy daycare options and contact information for local veterinarians. Your dog (guests are limited to two per room) will enjoy walking on the waterfront boardwalk or on the area’s many scenic trails.

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View of the Ocean - Fireside Inn Ocean's Edge - Belfast, ME
Fireside Inn Ocean's Edge

159 Searsport Avenue Belfast, ME, 04915 Phone: 207-338-2090

Don’t leave home for your coastal Maine vacation without your faithful furry companion

Your dog wants to see Maine, too! At the Fireside Inn & Suites Ocean’s Edge, they want your pet to feel welcome, which is why they have several pet-friendly rooms ready for you and your furry friend. Those designated rooms have lovely views of Penobscot Bay and, perhaps equally important, patio doors that exit directly to acres of back lawn. If you want a different bay view, there are beach-facing Adirondack chairs and picnic tables. And there’s lots to do with your dog in the area, including great hiking trails. Walk the crushed gravel path of the Belfast Rail Trail along the Passagassawakeag River and through the woods, or in Camden Hills and Moose Point state parks. Belfast also has a dog park.
Marco & Polo with Andrew - Manchester View - Manchester Center, VT
Manchester View

77 High Meadow Way Manchester Center, VT, 05255 Phone: 802-362-2739 Toll-Free: 800-548-4141

Let your dog come with you to experience all the joys of the great outdoors in Vermont

Dogs just love Vermont, and Vermont loves them right back. And that’s more than evident at the Manchester View, sitting high up on a hill in Southern Vermont, with marvelous mountain views from most of its 36 rooms and suites, many of which welcome dogs 40 pounds and under. With a variety of hiking trails nearby, including trails that lead to water falls, trails in nature reserves and parks, you’ll find plenty of ways to keep your dog happy and healthy, four seasons of the year. And you’ll love your uniquely appointed room or suite, some with large soaking tubs for one or two people and seasonal gas or wood-burning fireplaces. Most room entrances open directly to the outside, making your stay with your pooch even more convenient.
Dog's Day Out - Hotel on North - Pittsfield, MA
Hotel on North

297 North Street Pittsfield, MA, 01201 Phone: 413-358-4741

At this boutique hotel in the heart of the Berkshires, pets are more than welcome

With its mountain hiking trails, pristine lakes and friendly Main Streets, the Berkshires is a great place for dogs. So why not bring yours along on your vacation? At the Hotel on North, pets are more than welcome. There are crates, blankets and water bowls if you forget yours, and, according to Lola, the boutique hotel’s dog, every staff member can be asked for a treat or possibly a scritch behind your dog’s ears. Known as one of the area’s most pet-friendly hotels, Hotel on North permits dogs in the lounge, where they can enjoy the sun streaming in from a skylight while their humans enjoy coffee or a cocktail. Parking is free and right behind the building, so it’s easy-in, easy-out for owners and their pets.
Yawning Dog - Boston Harbor Hotel - Boston, MA
Boston Harbor Hotel

70 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA, 02119 Phone: 617-439-7000 Toll-Free: 800-752-7077

Bring your pets along on your urban getaway at this hotel right on the harbor

You’re not the only one who could use a little urban getaway: Your pet is ready for that kind of special treat, too. And at the Boston Harbor Hotel, pets are more than welcome to share your room or suite and enjoy all walkable, pet-friendly Boston has to offer. A maximum of two pets per room, up to a total of 80 pounds, is permitted at this hotel right by the city’s vibrant harbor. The hotel is close to the Rose Kennedy Greenway and a 20-minute walk to the Common. See the expert concierge about pet walking services as well as pet sitting and kennel services and local veterinarians. Forgot Fido’s bed? The hotel has you covered, and there may even be a welcome gift involved!
Pug at the Door - Westbrook Inn B&B - Westbrook, CT
Westbrook Inn B&B

976 Boston Post Road Westbrook, CT, 06498 Phone: 860-399-4777

If you’re planning to visit the Conn. shoreline, this inn says bring your best friend with you

If you are going to visit the walkable, welcoming Connecticut shoreline, you can bet your dog wants to come along. And that’s just fine with the folks at the Westbrook Inn Bed and Breakfast, where dogs are treated, and treasured, like all the human guests. Two of the inn’s 10 comfortable, vintage rooms are dog-friendly, both on the first floor with entrances to the outside. The inn’s special pet package includes a pet amenity basket with a water bowl, pet wipes, doggie bags and a home-baked dog treat. Dogs are permitted in the inn’s gardens, patios and by the riverfront. There are several pet-friendly restaurants in the area, and a variety of hiking trails, including (off-season) nearby West Beach, where leashed dogs are more than welcome.
Playing with Goldie 500x250 - Lamb & Lion Inn - Barnstable, MA
Lamb and Lion Inn

2504 Route 6A Barnstable, MA, 02630 Phone: 508-362-6823 Toll-Free: 800-909-6923

Pamper yourself, and your pooch, at this luxury bed-and-breakfast inn on Cape Cod

Why shouldn’t your pet be as pampered as you on your mutual vacation? At the Lamb and Lion Inn, a luxury bed-and-breakfast inn on Cape Cod, pets are welcomed with pet sheets, towels and water bowls. It’s not uncommon to find a well-behaved dog lounging poolside with its owner. The inn is surrounded by dog-friendly conservation trails, and a beautiful rocky beach is within walking distance. A free self-guided driving tour includes all the best restaurants, trails, parks, beaches and ponds where your pooch is permitted. And, inn staff will share some not-so-well-known tips like which whale-watch boats and island ferries are OK with dogs. Come see why the inn was named one of the top pet-friendly properties in the world by CNN.
Lobby - Portland Harbor Hotel - Portland, ME
Portland Harbor Hotel

468 Fore Street Portland, ME, 04101 Phone: 207-775-9090

Hotel welcomes pets of all sizes to enjoy all the delights of very pet-friendly Portland

If you cannot imagine enjoying your vacation without your pet, bring him or her along when you stay at the AAA Four-Diamond Portland Harbor Hotel. The hotel, conveniently situated in one of the city’s most walkable and pet-welcoming areas, the Old Port, welcomes pets of any size in several rooms on its first two floors. Rooms are spacious with luxurious bedding and modern amenities. And you’ll find you can walk to a variety of shops and eateries (and, especially, breweries) that welcome dogs, sometimes with treats and water bowls. Casco Bay Lines lets you bring your dog on board on cruises to the islands; the Narrow Gauge Railroad welcomes dogs on their trains. There are several dog parks and regular parks with trails and pathways for leashed dogs.
Pet Friendly Lodging - Mt. Washington Valley Chamber
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

Mountain valley area a welcoming location for your furry traveling companion

If you took a survey of dogs, they’d no doubt tell you what every dog-owner knows: The Mt. Washington Valley is chock full of pet-friendly places to stay and things to do. There are country inns, resorts, campgrounds and townhouses that accept pets, many that are close to trails and waterways and offer everything from beds to special treats for your furry companions. Hiking options are plentiful, from walks along the Saco River to mountain climbs and wildlife sanctuary trails. And dogs are welcome at some unusual attractions, too, like guided canoe trips along the Saco River, in the scenic (summer) gondola at Wildcat Mountain and, after you drive Fido up the auto trail, outside the observatory at Mt. Washington. Click above to visit our website or call our friendly concierge at 800-337-3563 for more info on first class lodging and exciting events to plan your next adventure!
Dog Friendly Elevator - XV Beacon Hotel - Boston, MA
XV Beacon

15 Beacon Street Boston, MA, 02108 Phone: 617-670-1500 Toll-Free: 877-982-3226

Welcoming Boston hotel asks why not let your dog enjoy the city as much as you do?

At the XV Beacon, the luxurious boutique hotel in Boston, MA’s Beacon Hill neighborhood, they want to spare you that moment when your dog sees you packing for a vacation and knows they are going to be left behind. At XV Beacon, the friendliest pet-friendly hotel in town, they more than lay out the welcome mat for your fine furred friend: They lay out a plush dog bed, water bowl with filtered water and homemade dog biscuits in a personalized dish! The 63-room hotel also provides a list of pet-friendly establishments and can arrange for dog sitting and walking. And there are so many places to walk, from the nearby Common to other expansive parks and trails. Half of the hotel’s pet fee is donated to charitable animal organizations.
Valentine's Dog - Sterlilng Ridge Resort - Jeffersonville, VT
Sterling Ridge Resort

155 Sterling Ridge Drive Jeffersonville, VT, 05464 Phone: 802-644-8265

You know your dog wants that great Vermont vacation as much as you do!

What dog out there would not love a Vermont vacation? So make sure to bring yours along when you book your getaway at the Sterling Ridge Resort, a 350-acre cabin resort nestled in the mountains of Jeffersonville, VT. The year-round resort offers several comfortable cabins that are dog-friendly (there is a limit of two dogs per cabin). So whether you’re vacationing solo, as a couple or family, there is a cabin or larger home, perhaps with a wood stove, covered porch and fire pit, waiting for you. The resort also provides a dog kit with bowls, sheets and towels, and dog-walking services can be arranged. There’s plenty of great hiking on the resort’s scenic, mountain-view property as well as on nearby trails.
Deluxe Room - Dan'l Webster Inn & Spa - Sandwich Village, MA
Dan'l Webster Inn and Spa

149 Main Street Historic Sandwich Village, MA, 02563 Phone: Toll-Free: 855-520-0550

Historic Sandwich inn has the welcome mat out for four-footed guests

If the idea of leaving your pet behind means you are not going to really enjoy that long-awaited vacation, the Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa in the heart of Sandwich Village has a solution: Bring your furry friend along! Several of the inn’s rooms and suites are ready to welcome your pet of 50 pounds and under. You’ll find that Cape Cod is as welcoming as the inn: With its miles of hiking trails and pet-welcoming merchants and outside eateries in charming seaside villages and Main Streets, you and your pet will feel right at home. Back at the inn, human guests will enjoy luxurious bedding, whirlpool tubs and private garden-view balconies. Dine in a conservatory, in a tavern or on a terrace.
Dog Friendly Hiking Trails - Stanton House Inn - Greenwich, CT
Stanton House Inn

76 Maple Avenue Greenwich, CT, 06830 Phone: 203-869-2110

Yes, bring the dog when you visit Greenwich and stay in this welcoming, elegant inn

Here’s some great news for dog-owners: You don’t have to leave your furry friend at home when you begin your Connecticut vacation at The Stanton House Inn. Located on a leafy residential street, the inns dog-friendly package, for dogs 35 pounds and under, includes a dog bed, dark towel for those muddy paws, food and water bowls, cleanup bags and a personalized welcome kit with treats, a coupon for a local pet store, dog food samples and a guide to dog-friendly trails, parks, restaurants and stores. All dog-friendly rooms are on the patio level with private entrances. This gorgeous inn has a seasonal outdoor pool, a comfortable library for relaxing by the fire and lovely gardens. Complimentary breakfast is served in the dining room or on the patio.
Chowder by the Fireplace - Mountain Top Inn - Chittenden, VT
Mountain Top Resort

195 Mountain Top Road Chittenden, VT, 05737 Phone: 802-483-2311

Vermont is a little piece of heaven for you and your pet, with miles of scenic trails

When you say you are going on a family vacation, are you including your dog as a family member? The Mountain Top Resort totally understands! The resort atop a mountain in central Vermont has made a selection of their cabins and guest houses dog friendly. The resort’s four open-plan cabins are perfect for two humans and a dog, with direct-to-outdoors access, a wood-burning fireplace and kitchenette. Spacious guest houses are on a private wooded lane with private yards, many with amenities from mountain-view balconies to decks with hot tubs. The resort, set on 700 private acres of woods and meadows, includes 60 kilometers of hiking/cross-country skiing/snowshoeing trails, which link up with the popular Long Trail. Dog walkers are available with advance notice.
Golden Trio - 250 Main Hotel - Rockland, ME
250 Main Hotel

250 Main Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-5994

At this hotel, welcoming your family means those four-footed relatives, too

At 250 Main Hotel, when they say your whole family is welcome, they are including that very important relative — your dog. The boutique hotel on Rockland Harbor, ME has several pet-friendly rooms, with a limit of two dogs per room. After all, dogs want a great vacation, too, and Maine is particularly friendly to four-footed visitors with a variety of trails and pathways to explore. Take your pooch on a stroll through downtown Rockland or along the scenic 5-mile Riceland Harbor Trail that ends up at Thomaston Town Forest. Or ask the concierge for the locations of other nearby walks. The 26-room hotel with harbor views from most rooms also offers pet owners a comprehensive list of pet sitting, grooming and other services.

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Nelson Memorial Beach Park - See Plymouth, MA
See Plymouth

4 North Street Plymouth, MA, 02360 Phone: 508-747-0100 Toll-Free: 800-872-1620

Dog-friendly and walkable, Plymouth offers pet-owners plenty of strolls and hikes

Walk down the main streets of Plymouth and you’ll see right away that it’s a dog-friendly town. Many of the area’s motels, inns and campgrounds welcome pets, as do plenty of places with outdoor dining. Grab a lobster roll and sit at a picnic table with your pet, watching the boats come in and out of the harbor. Stroll down Court or Water Street, and you’ll find water bowls (and sometimes treats) offered by local merchants. And there are miles and miles of trails and paths for walking leashed dogs, from the charming, winding paths through Brewster Garden to the miles of hiking trails at Myles Standish State Forest in nearby Carver or the easy walk between Nelson Memorial Beach Park and Cordage Park, the former rope-making factory. Please call 1.800.USA.1620, or visit our website to learn more about these activities and others to prepare for your trip to Plymouth.
Canine Bellboy - Grand Harbor Inn - Camden ME
Grand Harbor Inn

14 Bay View Landing Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-230-7177 Toll-Free: 877-553-6997

Inn welcomes your furry traveling companions with an open-paws policy

Why shouldn’t the family pet enjoy a vacation along Maine’s scenic (and walkable) coast? At the Grand Harbor Inn, they welcome dogs with an open-paws policy. Pampered Pooch Accommodations includes a comfy, plush fleece dog bed, gourmet dog biscuits and water and food bowl for your furry friend (as well as a welcoming scritch behind the ears). The inn, located in the charming coastal village of Camden, also provides an extensive list of local outdoor recreational activities for you and your pet, as well as doggy daycare options and contacts for local veterinarians. There is a limit of two well-behaved dogs per room, but there are no size restrictions. Check out the Pets of Bay View Collection of photos on the inn’s website.

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Tidal Sunset - Sea View Inn - Old Orchard Beach, ME
Sea View Inn

65 West Grand Avenue Old Orchard Beach, ME, 04064 Phone: 207-934-4180 Toll-Free: 800-541-8439

Vacation with your pet in fall, winter or spring

Traveling with a canine friend? At Sea View Inn in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, pets are welcome in fall, winter, and spring. For just $10 a night (plus a $100 security deposit) Fido can sleep beside your bed. The Maine Seacoast is a great place for explorations with a dog at your side. Walk the length of our historic pier or our seven miles of beautiful sandy beach. In the fall drive the back roads to Portland, Freeport, Kittery, and York, and admire the colorful foliage along the route. Many towns in the area feature historic lighthouses -- great walking destinations. Return to the inn for an outdoor barbecue. We've got gas grills for your use. Or walk to one of the nearby Grand Avenue restaurants for lobster or clams.

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Guest Room  - Tugboat Inn - Boothbay Harbor, ME
Tugboat Inn

80 Commercial Street Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4434

Harborfront inn welcomes pets, so no family member has to be left behind on vacation

Humans aren’t the only ones who love the friendly atmosphere and outdoor activities in the Boothbay Harbor region. Don’t leave your pet at home when you book one of the 64 rooms or suites at the Tugboat Inn in the heart of picturesque Boothbay Harbor, some of which are pet-friendly. People amenities at the popular inn include a full-service restaurant, marina lounge, rooftop deck, a sheltered marina with transient slips and moorings, an electric vehicle charging station – and a hot tub on the marina deck overlooking the harbor. For your pet, there are walks along the water, trails in the woods and parks and, in the summer, a variety of eateries that offer outdoor dining for people and their pooches.
Fireplace Dog - The Wolfeboro Inn - Wolfeboro, NH
The Wolfeboro Inn

90 North Main Street Wolfeboro, NH, 03894 Phone: 603-569-3016 Toll-Free: 800-451-2389

Inn’s special package invites you to bring your dog along on your lake vacation

Are you sure you aren’t forgetting someone as you plan your outdoor vacation by Lake Winnipesaukee? Because at the historic Wolfeboro Inn, they think maybe you have. That’s why they’ve created the Bed and Bark Package, so you can bring your pup along to this unique destination. Your precious pooch gets their own tennis ball, bag o’ treats, water bowl and name tag. You’ll get a guided trail map through the Cotton Valley Rail Trail, 12 miles of trails that are fun and scenic for humans and leashed dogs all year long. Other dog-friendly trails include Sewall Woods and the hike up Mount Major, particularly colorful in the autumn. Come back to your cozy inn room or spacious suite.
Husky Travelers - 16 Bay View Hotel - Camden, ME
16 Bay View

16 Bay View Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 844-213-7990

Camden boutique hotel greets dogs with treats, plush beds and a welcoming attitude

It’s one thing for a hotel to treat its guests like royalty but another to treat its guests’ dogs like royalty, too! And that’s the policy at 16 Bay View, the inviting boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Camden, ME. The hotel’s Pampered Pooch Accommodations, part of its “open paws” philosophy, includes a comfy, plush fleece dog bed, gourmet dog biscuits, water and food bowl and an extensive list of local outdoor recreational activities for you and your pet as well as doggy daycare options and local veterinarians. There’s a limit of two dogs per room but no size restrictions. Come see why 16 Bay View has been rated 5 out of 5 “bones” by BringFido.com, one of the nation’s premier websites for people traveling with their dogs.

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Dog on the Four Poster - Stonehurst Manor - North Conway, NH
Stonehurst Manor

3351 White Mountain Highway North Conway, NH, 03860 Phone: 603-356-3113 Toll-Free: 800-525-9100

Planning a vacation in the mountains without your dog? This pet-friendly hotel says think again!

You’re planning a White Mountains vacation but leaving the dog at home? At Stonehurst Manor, they won’t hear of that! The stunning hotel in North Conway has pet-friendly accommodations, offering a Bring Your Pet Package that features a first-floor room with a private entrance, raised food and water bowls, treats and information on everything from dog-walking routes to area pet-care professionals and pet shops. You’ll even get a discount at a pet store/doggie bakery. Your pooch will love the hotel’s convenient access to a 15-kilometer network of trails throughout picturesque Whitaker Woods. (In the winter, they become part of a network for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.) In the summer, pet-friendly outdoor dining on the screened-in porch or patio is available.
Pooch Checking Inn - Mill Street Inn - Newport, RI
Mill Street Inn

75 Mill Street Newport, RI, 02840 Phone: 401-849-9500 Toll-Free: 800-392-1316

Enjoy a boutique hotel experience in historic Newport – and bring your dog along

You want a vacation in Newport, one of New England’s loveliest cities, but you don’t want to leave the dog at home? Book a room at the Mill Street Inn and both you and your furry companion can enjoy a luxurious boutique hotel experience. The inn offers several pet-friendly suites: Call in advance to check availability. You will love your fireplace, private balcony with harbor views and complimentary European-style continental breakfast. Your pooch will love all the walks and hikes in the area, from a stroll along scenic Newport Harbor or along the magnificent Cliff Walk to hikes around the perimeter of historic Fort Adams State Park and along Narragansett Bay. Many local restaurants and shop owners welcome visiting dogs with water bowls – and, sometimes, treats!
Summer Evening View - Adair Country Inn & Restaurant - Bethlehem, NH
Adair Country Inn and Restaurant

80 Guider Lane Bethlehem, NH, 03574 Phone: 603-444-2600 Toll-Free: 888-444-2600

No need to leave your pooch at home when you travel to this White Mountains inn

It’s hard to tell who will have a greater time when you and your dog stay at the Adair Country Inn & Restaurant, the historic, comfortable inn halfway between Boston and Montreal in picturesque Bethlehem, NH. The tranquil inn has four pet-friendly suites with easy in/out access – and your pooch’s own dog bowl. The inn’s location on a knoll overlooking the White Mountains is perfect – and breathtaking, set on 182 acres that include pleasant and picturesque walking trails. There are also plenty of trails in the White Mountain National Forest, at the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center; some area trails lead to waterfalls. Many businesses welcome dogs with water bowls outside their doors. Breweries and other eateries often allow dogs on their patios. Need a humans-only day? There’s doggie day care nearby.
Tully - White Mountain Hotel & Resort - North Conway, NH
White Mountain Hotel & Resort

87 Fairway Drive North Conway, NH, 03860 Phone: 603-356-7100 Toll-Free: 800-533-6301

Dogs at this mountain resort are official members of the ‘Bed and a Bone Club’

Dogs are so welcome at the White Mountain Hotel & Resort that they have their own special club! Canine guests, official members of the Bed and a Bone Club, will be provided with a food/water bowl, waste cleanup bags, a dog toy, an organic dog treat and a discount for a local pet store. The beautiful, recently renovated four-season resort features a variety of excellent walking, hiking and biking trails that begin on or near the property. Take your pooch on a tour of covered bridges, waterfalls, great picnic sites and forests. And you’ll find several dog-friendly merchants and eateries in nearby downtown North Conway.
Beagle - The Pointe Hotel at Castle Hill Resort - Proctorsville, VT
The Pointe Hotel at Castle Hill Resort

Junction of Routes 103 and 131 Proctorsville, VT, 05149 Phone: 802-226-7361 Toll-Free: 888-764-6836

Vermont, and this resort near Okemo Mountain, welcome you and your canine companion

Come to dog-friendly Vermont, where animal companions are warmly welcomed. At The Pointe at Castle Hill Resort and Spa, dogs are permitted in several of the hotel’s 70 guest rooms and 26 suites when you make advance reservations. Their human companions will love the spacious suites with full kitchens, gas fireplaces in the living room and jetted tubs in the bathrooms. The dogs will love exploring the area’s many paths and trails, including spring and summer meadows, colorful leafy byways in autumn and snow-covered trails in winter. Take the Faulkner Trail at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park and be rewarded with panoramic views of Woodstock from the South Peak of Mount Tom. Dogs are also permitted on the patio at Long Trail Brewery and inside the Vermont Country Store.

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Family & Little Dog at Amos House - Landmark Trust USA - Dummerston, VT - Photo Credit Kelly Fletcher
The Landmark Trust USA

707 Kipling Road Dummerston, VT, 05301 Phone: 802-254-6868

Outdoor activities, comfortable quarters make these homes a must for dog-lovers

At some of the fully restored historic properties owned by Landmark Trust USA, you can walk out of your front door to hike or, in the winter, snowshoe or ski. You know who will love that? Your dog, of course! Couples (and their pooches – up to two of them) will love the cozy, one-bedroom 1915 Sugarhouse, a rustic cabin at the edge of a stand of maples still used for maple sugaring in the spring. For larger groups, there’s the 1802 Amos Brown House, which sleeps six and also allows for two dogs. You can walk right out the front door to go hiking, biking, bird-watching, skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling. Six miles away, you can go canoeing, swimming or fishing at the Harriman Reservoir.
Pet Friendly - Interlaken Inn - Lakeville CT
Interlaken Inn

74 Interlaken Road (Route 112) Lakeville, CT, 06039 Phone: 860-435-9878 Toll-Free: 800-222-2909

Plenty of spacious, pet-friendly lodging options at this inn, located between two lakes

The Interlaken Inn, nestled between two lakes in the foothills of the Berkshires, welcomes your furry fellow vacationer with eight pet-friendly rooms in its comfortable Woodside House. This inn building is in a more secluded spot, with direct entry from the outside for privacy and convenient nearby parking. The vaulted-ceiling rooms feature microwaves and refrigerators. The inn’s farm-to-table restaurant means you don’t have to leave your pet for long to enjoy great meals. The lakefront inn is set on 30 scenic acres, perfect for strolling, with complimentary canoes and kayaks available for guests to use on Lake Wonoscopomuc. Nearby, you and your pooch can hike part of the Appalachian Trail or choose from a variety of local trails.
Porch Flags & Rocking Chairs 500x250 - Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club - Jackson, NH
Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club

179 Carter Notch Road Jackson, NH, 03846 Phone: 603-383-9111 Toll-Free: 800-966-5779

Bring your dog (or dogs) along to enjoy the many trails of the White Mountains region

With trails galore in the area and spacious accommodations, the Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club is a welcome vacation destination for dogs who don’t want to be left at home when their humans are having fun. The hotel, surrounded by the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest, offers a limited number of dog-friendly rooms for up to two dogs per room with a total weight of 110 pounds or less. A trail leading to Eagle Mountain can be accessed from the parking lot, but other trails, for hiking or snowshoeing or cross-country skiing with your pet, can be found nearby. Ask at the front desk for suggestions. For human guests, the hotel features a popular tavern, a seasonal outdoor heated pool and a nine-hole golf course.

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