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Central 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 Central VT, which includes the towns of Killington, Montpelier, and Rutland, 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.
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

Cats, dogs more than welcome in this mountain-view resort

Is there a more pet-friendly state than Vermont? And The Pointe at Castle Hill Resort & Spa honors that reputation with its Pet-Friendly Package. When you arrange for the package, you’ll check into this premier hotel nestled in the gorgeous Green Mountains and be shown to your dog- and cat-friendly room with two queen-size beds and all the amenities. And you’ll all enjoy the hotel’s location in the middle of the great outdoors, with hiking trails, fabulous views and plenty of nooks and crannies to explore. Humans will especially love exploring covered bridges, antiques shops, museums and arts-and-craft boutiques. Furry friends will bask in all that fresh Vermont mountain air.
Pet Friendly - Mountain Top Inn & Resort - Chittenden, VT
Mountain Top Inn & Resort

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

Make your dog’s dream of a Vermont vacation come true at this pet-welcoming resort

What dog wouldn’t love a Vermont vacation? All those woodsy scents, great walks, friendly people. Bring your furry friend to the Mountain Top Inn & Resort and discover what a real pet-friendly resort is like. On 700 private acres of woods and meadows, the resort has 40 miles of hiking trails. There are even pet-friendly cross-country skiing trails in the winter! Four luxury cabins, across a quiet country road from the main lodge, are pet friendly, as are several spacious guest houses. Human-centric activities at the inn include fishing and kayaking on a pristine lake, disc golf, tennis, sand volleyball and lounging on a private beach. In the winter, there’s snowshoeing, skating and horse-drawn sleigh rides.