Northern Vemont has hotels, resorts that welcome your dog friends
Vermont is a pet friendly place, and so are its hotels and motels. At many lodgings in Northern VT, which includes the towns of Burlington and Stowe, visitors are welcome to bring the family dog, and some hotels and inns offer dog friendly amenities like dog food and beds and treats and plenty of outdoor green space for daily walks and outdoor games of fetch.
1746 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Plenty of places for your pooch to play at mountain resort
When the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa says “come play with us,” they don’t just mean humans, although there is plenty of fun to be had for humans, from winter skiing and snowshoeing to fall biking and summer swimming. But what about the family dog? The 60-acre resort wants him to play, too, so they’ve set aside pet-friendly rooms and townhouses and set up extensive dog trails for you and Fido to explore together. And you won’t want to miss the Stowe Rec Path, a 5.3-mile stretch of easy terrain that rambles through woods, across meadows, over wooden bridges and past some swimming holes that have “Come on in, the water’s great” written all over them in language your dog will understand.
511 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Explore woodland trails with your dog unleashed
Could there be a better place for a vacation with your dog that rustic Stowe, Vermont. At the Golden Eagle Resort, well-mannered pets are always welcome, up to two per room. You'll find plenty of spots where you can stroll together, including trails where dogs under voice control can go unleashed. And there's so much to do in the area. Hit the slopes at Bolton Valley, ride the gondola at Stowe Mountain, or tour the Ben & Jerry's Factory, and sample the wars. Come in the fall and let your eyes feast on New England's spectacular fall foliage. At our resort splash in heated indoor and outdoor pools, soak in the hot tub, relax in our heated sauna, or fish in our two stocked ponds(no license required).
4800 Basin Harbor Road
Vergennes, VT, 05491
Bring along your furry friend on a Basin Harbor vacation
Vacation is a time for family fun and making memories, so nobody wants you to leave a loved one home alone. That's why Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, Vermont, has always been pet-friendly. Stay in one of our family cottages (with space for up to eight people) and you're welcome to bring your four-legged friend along. Dogs even have their own swimming area on Lake Champlain, Fanny's Beach. And we've got over 700 acres where you and your pet can enjoy rambling walks together. We even offer pet amenities -- pick-up gloves and made-in-Vermont doggie treats. And should you want to step out without your pet one afternoon, our concierge can arrange pet-sitting and dog-walking services.
155 Sterling Ridge Drive
Jeffersonville, VT, 05464
Take a vacation in the woods with your dog
This dog-friendly resort offers log cabin rental accommodations for you and your favorite canine friend. The whole family will enjoy settling into your own fully equipped log cabin with pond and mountain views, kitchen, living/dining area with wood stove or fireplace, flat screen TV with cable and Wi-Fi. Outside a covered porch with Adirondack chairs, charcoal grill and picnic table will make the sunny afternoons together special and fun. There are two scenic ponds – both available for your 4 legged friend to romp around in and plenty of mountain trails for exploring. Enjoy all four seasons with dog friendly activities in the mountains of Northern Vermont. Max and Rocky, the Sterling Ridge Resort dogs look forward to seeing you very soon. Call ahead for availability.
703 US Route 5 South
St. Johnsbury, VT, 05819
A Vermont family vacation always makes room for the dog
Most of us think of our dogs as family members who love getting outdoors as much as we do. Comfort Inn & Suites Near Burke Mountains appreciates this loyalty, so its amenities include pet-friendly rooms where your dog can join the family vacation. The Northeast Kingdom is a place of outdoor beauty, and your family is likely to head out on treks on mountain trails in all seasons. As for your dog: he or she will land in dog heaven on a visit to Dog Mountain, a unique Vermont property with an art gallery and 150 acres retreat where dogs and people can roam freely. Back at the inn, the family can enjoy spacious suites, a pool, a sun deck and free breakfast.