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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.
Chowder by the Fireplace - Mountain Top Inn - Chittenden, VT
Mountain Top Resort

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

Vermont resort, on hundreds of acres of woods, meadows, offers pet-friendly cabins, houses

At the Mountain Top Resort, they believe your dog should be able to take advantage of all the wonders of Vermont that humans enjoy! So they’ve made a selection of their cabins and guest houses dog-friendly. The cabins, across a quiet country lane from the Main Lodge, are perfect for two people and one pooch, with direct access to the outdoors. And what an outdoors it is: hundreds of acres of woods and meadows, with miles of trails for hiking and, in the winter, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. (And, yes, some cross-country trails are dog-friendly.) If you need more room, the resort has over 20 spacious guest houses, many of which welcome dogs, on a private wooded lane with private yards. The resort can provide dog walkers with advance notice.
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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