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Dog & Pet-Friendly Places To Stay In Vermont


Vermont is a pet-friendly place, and so are its hotels and inns. At many Vermont dog-friendly lodgings, visitors are offered dog-friendly amenities like dog food, dog beds, and plenty of outdoor green space for daily walks and outdoor games of fetch. Firstly, it allows you to fully enjoy the beautiful outdoors and scenic landscapes that Vermont has to offer, as many of these resorts are in nature-rich settings, perfect for long walks and outdoor adventures with your dog. It also eliminates the need to leave your beloved pet behind, reducing the stress of separation. These resorts often provide specialized amenities such as dog parks, grooming services, and even doggy daycare.



Pet-Friendly Accommodations You Should Look For In Vermont

When searching for a pet-friendly hotel in Vermont, there are several important factors to consider to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay for both you and your furry companion:

  • Find out what amenities the hotel offers for pets. Look for features such as designated pet-friendly rooms, dog beds, food and water bowls, and pet-friendly areas within the hotel. Some hotels go the extra mile by providing treats, toys, and even pet-sitting services. Know what amenities the hotel offers if you need to bring your own supplies for your pet. If your dog has special food and medication, make sure you remember to bring that.
  • Consider whether the hotel has outdoor spaces where your pet can exercise and play. Look for nearby parks, trails, or green areas for walks and activities. Access to nature is especially important if you and your pet enjoy the outdoors.
  • Research nearby pet-friendly attractions and activities. Vermont is known for its natural beauty, so look for hiking trails, dog-friendly beaches, and parks in the vicinity. Many of the hotel's concierge services can help you find pet and dog-friendly activities. Vermont offers many great options for dog and pet-friendly activities.
  • Check if the hotel offers additional services like grooming, pet-sitting, or even pet spa treatments. These can enhance your pet's experience and allow you to relax, knowing they are well cared for. Find out if there are pet-friendly dining options at or near the hotel. Being able to enjoy meals together with your pet can be a great convenience.
  • Read past reviews and seek recommendations from other pet owners who have stayed at the hotel. Their experiences can provide valuable insights into the hotel's pet-friendliness. The key to having the best experience is knowing what you will expect, so reading reviews is a great tool to use before booking your next getaway.

By carefully considering these factors, you can select a pet-friendly hotel in Vermont that accommodates your pet's needs and ensures a great stay for you and your family.

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.
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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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.
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.