Best Pet-Friendly B&B in Every State

Posted by Billy Francis

Bed and breakfasts started providing people with a home away from home long before Airbnb arrived on the scene. Despite an abundance of pet-friendly hotels and vacation rentals available today, the comfort, warmth and charm of B&Bs keep them ever popular. Check out these bed and breakfasts that are tops in their state in welcoming you and your pooch for a cozy stay.


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The Kate Shepard House Bed and Breakfast in Mobile invites dogs and their owners to spend the night in historic surroundings. Built in 1897, the house took 13 railroad cars to deliver all of its components from Knoxville, TN to its current location. Original features like stained glass windows, glistening chandeliers, and fancy fireplaces still light up the property today. Fido will be greeted upon arrival by Beaux, the resident Chow Chow, and will likely meet other pups lounging around the common areas with their owners. In the morning, wake up to pecan praline French toast and take a walk to nearby Washington Square.

The Kate Shepard House welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $50 per pet, per stay.


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Pike’s Waterfront Lodge in Fairbanks is an Alaskan-owned B&B on the banks of the Chena River. Named after Lloyd Pike who first homesteaded the area, this waterfront spot offers 180 rooms and 28 cabins for guests. Kobuk the Malamute helps check guests in and out, and will give your pooch the scoop on his favorite on-site amenities like a miniature golf course and a paved pet-friendly walkway. Follow the river to Fairbanks Dog Park to meet some of Kobuk’s pals and play off leash.

Pike’s Waterfront Lodge allows two dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Lazy Dog Ranch in Sierra Vista welcomes dogs of all sizes to explore five tranquil acres of Arizona backcountry. Pups can run free with Porter, Quinn, Oden and Zora, the ranch’s resident canines, around 2.5 enclosed acres, and even make a splash together down by the San Pedro River. Four-legged guests can stay in a suite that opens up into the garden area for easy outdoor access. Looking for a day trip? Nearby Tombstone is one of the best small towns to visit with your dog.

Lazy Dog Ranch accepts three dogs of any size for an additional fee of $10 per pet, per night.


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Whether you’re traveling with Fluffy or Fido, Rosemont B&B Cottages in Little Rock is a great landing place in The Natural State. Although it’s one of the best cat-friendly places to stay in the country, Rosemont also caters to canines by featuring five cottages with private fenced yards and one with a private dog run. If you’re looking for more space to roam, walk the short distance to Bark Bar and enjoy a pint while your pooch plays off leash.

Rosemont B&B Cottages welcome pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per stay.


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Located in the heart of South Lake Tahoe, Fireside Lodge is a quaint cabin-themed bed and breakfast with a variety of pet-friendly rooms. Bring the whole pack to stay in a family room or enjoy a peaceful getaway with your nearest and dearest in a cozy queen. Four-legged guests receive a welcome package at the front desk with pet covers, bowls, treats, and dog towels. Fireside Lodge staff treat guests like family, providing a complimentary breakfast for humans and plenty of pets for pups. Kiva Beach is a short drive away, and is a nice place to enjoy a sunset from the sand.

Fireside Lodge allows pets of any size for $35 per pet, per night.


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Bring your best friend to Rico Mine Shaft Inn for a comfortable bed and a filling breakfast. Built over 130 years ago, this historic hotel is rumored to be haunted and has a long history that stretches back to an era of gold miners and early settlers. Located in Rico near the resort town of Telluride, there are many nearby activities to keep outbound hounds entertained. Spend a day enjoying the surroundings from above on Telluride Gondola, then return to the inn to hear spooky stories in the communal gathering space.

Rico Mine Shaft Inn permits dogs for an additional fee of $10 per pet, per night.


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Litchfield Inn is a pristine place for pups to hang their leash after a long day of exploring the pet-friendly Berkshires. Your King Charles Spaniel will receive the royal treatment in rooms equipped with hardwood floors and easy access to ten acres of green space and gardens. If you’re feeling hungry, make your way downtown to Market Place Tavern for dinner on the pet-friendly patio.

Litchfield Inn accepts pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Homestead Bed & Breakfast at Rehoboth Beach welcomes canines with open arms. Four-legged guests receive treats, bowls, towels, and a sheet at check-in. After picking up Fido’s swag, head to your private cottage, spacious room with a garden view, or loft. Pups can play off leash in the large fenced pet walk area and clean up at the outdoor pet washing station. Treat your Terrier to unique ice cream made just for him at nearby Salty Paws.

Homestead Bed & Breakfast at Rehoboth welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $30 per pet for one night, and $15 per pet for each additional night.


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If you’re embarking on a pet-friendly road trip down the A1A, book a stay at the Night Swan Intracoastal Bed & Breakfast in New Smyrna Beach. This charming B&B is home to six pet-friendly guest rooms, including The Egret View Suite with a private entrance and The Dolphin Domain Suite, which offers stunning river views from a huge enclosed porch. Canine guests receive treats and a bowl at check-in, and a delicious breakfast is served in the main house every morning for humans. After breakfast, treat Fido to a new leash from Silly Willie's Pet Boutique and explore Smyrna Dunes Park.

Night Swan Intracoastal Bed & Breakfast allows two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Foley House Inn invites pups and their owners to rest up during a busy weekend in dog-friendly Savannah. This popular pet-friendly inn is made up of two lavishly renovated historic mansions in the midst of downtown, and just a short walk from Forsyth Park and Carriage Tours of Savannah. The inn’s beautiful, antique-filled, pet-friendly guest rooms have easy access to a courtyard area and Chippewa Square, where the famous Forrest Gump bus stop scene was filmed.

Foley House Inn welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $65 per pet, per stay.


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If your Pug has big dog energy, visit the Big Island and stay at the Aloha Junction Bed & Breakfast in Volcano. Located two miles from Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, this delightful lodging offers a selection of rooms for people traveling with pets, including a garden room with two queen beds and easy access to the grassy area outside. Breakfast highlights flavors of the island like a papaya boat filled with bananas. For an unforgettable date with your dog, spend an afternoon strolling through Liliuokalani Gardens.

Aloha Junction Bed & Breakfast accepts two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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The Roosevelt Inn is a former schoolhouse in the heart of downtown Coeur d'Alene. The building has been converted into a boutique B&B with a variety of dog-friendly rooms ranging from a standard double to a king room with a lake view. Four-legged guests receive a pet kit with sheets for the bed, a towel, bowls, treats and a tennis ball. Take an afternoon stroll together and tour of nearby Tubbs Hill. Then, join your hosts and their Golden Retriever for a movie night on the lawn.

The Roosevelt Inn welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $55 per stay.


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Oliver, Director of Pet Relations, is happy to welcome canine guests to share his little slice of heaven at the Lefevre Inn and Resort in Galena. If Fido is a Poodle like Oliver, his pet fee will be waived. The inn is less than two miles from downtown, but feels a million miles away. Nestled on ten acres, the resort features eight private rooms with wood burning fireplaces, two cottages, and a garden view apartment. Upon check-in, pups are presented with a welcome bag of toys and home-baked treats.

Lefevre Inn and Resort allows two dogs up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $55 per pet, per stay (unless she’s a Poodle).


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Wake up to beautiful vista views at the Lighthouse Lodge B&B Lake Shafer in Monticello. Boldly claiming to be the area’s “newest and most luxurious bed and breakfast,” this lovely lodge sits at lake level and features a historical stone lighthouse that was built in the 1930s. Book a garden view room for you and your pooch or look out on Lake Shafer from the pet-friendly cottage. Get out on the water with your Weimaraner in the lodge’s pet-friendly pontoon, available for rent. Then, gather around one of the communal fire pits outside when the sun goes down.

The Lighthouse Lodge B&B welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per stay in Garden Suites and $50 per stay in Cottages.


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Formerly part of an 80-acre homestead, The Oakwood Inn in Spirit Lake now serves as a luxury B&B in Iowa’s Great Lakes Region. Pet-friendly rooms are all at garden level for easy access to the exterior of the property, and each room features views across the expansive gardens and oak savannah. Guests are invited to enjoy a gourmet three-course breakfast every morning on the pet-friendly outdoor patio. Afterwards, Fido can make a splash in the lake on the dog-friendly beach at Isthmus Park.

The Oakwood Inn permits two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $40 per pet, per night.


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Netherfield Natural Farm Bed and Breakfast offers visitors a taste of life on a working farm, where animal residents include cattle, chickens, turkey, barn cats, two working dogs, and one “useless house dog.” Spend the night in one of five pet-friendly rooms with a variety of amenities, including hardwood floors and easy access to the outdoors. If you want to take a dip, jump in the large in-ground salt water pool with a sun deck or lie back in the hot tub, then dry off next to the fire pit. Bring your favorite cocktail ingredients along and make yourself a drink in The Bar/n, a converted barn with a bar, big screen, darts and other fun games.

Netherfield Natural Farm Bed and Breakfast welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Inn at Woodhaven in Louisville loves when canine guests come to stay. This historic bed and breakfast offers two plush rooms for people traveling with pets. Spend a few nights with your dog in the Derby Room, which has its own private entrance onto the patio, or over at the Rose Cottage, a Gothic octagon room that features dramatic 25-foot ceilings. While you’re in town, visit E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park, home to six acres of fenced grassy space where dogs can run free.

The Inn at Woodhaven accepts pets of any size for an additional fee of $30 per pet, per stay.


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The Lookout Inn of New Orleans offers a break from the hustle and bustle of The French Quarter in the more laidback Bywater neighborhood. Percival Winston, the inn’s resident French Bulldog and mascot, can often be found in the fenced backyard oasis that features colorful tropical plants, winding pathways, and a cocktail pool and relaxing hot tub for guest use. Dogs are welcome in all four guest rooms, each with a queen-size bed, living room, and private bathroom. For more space to play, visit Crescent Park Dog Run just around the corner.

The Lookout Inn of New Orleans allows dogs of any size for an additional fee of $40 per pet, per stay.


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Canterbury Cottage B&B in the heart of Bar Harbor is only two minutes from the entrance to the most pet-friendly national park in the country, Acadia. Adventurous Alsatians will love returning to this welcoming home away from home after a day on the trails at the park. The Cottage Room and The Garden Room both welcome pups to stay. If you need to upgrade Fido’s outdoor gear before heading out for the day, walk to nearby Bark Harbor to stock up on essentials.

Canterbury Cottage B&B welcomes dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per night.


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Hummingbird Inn in Easton welcomes dogs to stay in a variety of rooms. The Cambridge Room features a separate sitting area in the Queen Anne turret, and The Easton Room, one of the largest at the inn, is perfect for those traveling with the extended pack. All dogs receive bowls and a food tray at check-in, and leashed pups are free to explore the grassy gardens with their owners. Guests who need to make an emergency treat run can even leave Fido with the Hummingbird hosts for just $10 per hour. Don’t forget to go for an afternoon walk with your best friend on nearby Easton Rails-to-Trails.

Hummingbird Inn allows dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night.


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Naomi's Inn Bed & Breakfast in Springfield is described as “not your grandma’s B&B.” This modern twist on the classic idea offers a variety of pet-friendly rooms spaced out away from guests without dogs. Pups can use beds and bowls provided, and will receive treats at check-in. Outside, you're free to enjoy the grassy gardens with your leashed dog. Or, cross the Connecticut River and wander the pet-friendly hiking trails at Mittineague Park together.

Naomi's Inn Bed & Breakfast welcomes pets of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night.


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Weathervane Inn in Montague is a waterfront property on beautiful White Lake. Guest rooms feature hot tubs, fireplaces, and private balconies overlooking the lake. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast, then take your pup for a stroll on the property’s trails, or go for a longer walk at nearby Hart Montague Bicycle Trail State Park. Kayak, stand-up paddleboard, and bike rentals are available at the state park through WaterDog Outfitters.

Weathervane Inn permits two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night.


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The Merryweather Inn in the heart of the historic district of Duluth proudly spoils dogs who come to stay. At check-in, guests are greeted by two gorgeous Great Pyrenees who live on the property full time. Inside the elegant home, there’s a selection of spacious pet-friendly rooms with a variety of standout features like four-poster beds, fireplaces, and big bay windows. Breakfast is prepared using fresh ingredients from the garden, where you’re also free to walk around with your leashed pooch. If Fido needs a longer stroll, head to the Lakewalk, a paved trail along the shoreline of Lake Superior.

The Merryweather Inn allows two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $100 per pet, per stay.


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Reserve a vacation for the whole pack at Devereaux Shields House in Natchez. Four-legged guests can stay in pet-friendly rooms at Aunt Clara's Cottage, including the luxurious Elmo Room with a hand-carved king bed and space for Fido to sprawl. He’ll also be given his own special package with a cozy pet bed, food and water bowls, a towel for muddy paws, a welcome treat, and a leash to use during his stay. Natchez Bluff Trail, home to one of the best views of The Mississippi River, is right next to the historic bed and breakfast.

Devereaux Shields House welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night.


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Hermann is famed for hosting an awesome pet-friendly Oktoberfest, but German beer isn’t the only beverage to be sipped in this picture book village. Hermann Hill Vineyard & Inn allows pups to curl up in a variety of rooms, including deck-level cottage suites that allow easy access to an outdoor exercise area and a three-mile self-guided trail. Lewis and Finn, the inn’s resident Labradors, are on hand to make sure four-legged guests receive a dog bed, treats at check-in, and a travel water bowl to take home. Wine lovers can get a taste for the region at nearby Stone Hill Winery.

Hermann Hill Vineyard & Inn allows dogs of any size for an additional fee of $75 per pet, per stay. Guests who are staying with pets for three or more nights will have their fee waived.


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The Grasshopper Inn in Polaris is a dog-friendly bed and breakfast in southwest Montana. Sociable dogs who are likely to get along with the inn’s resident canines are welcome to stay in the property’s cozy upstairs rooms away from foot traffic and bark triggers downstairs. After a good night’s sleep, eat breakfast with your best friend on the pet-friendly porch that overlooks the surrounding mountains. Then, cruise with your Corgi on Pioneer Mountain Scenic Byway, a beautiful 50-mile road that traverses the entire length of Pioneer Mountain Range.

The Grasshopper Inn welcomes two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast in Nebraska City offers two options for pet travelers on a trip to The Cornhusker State. Roost in the Barn provides seclusion away from the main house in a converted barn with easy access to six acres of gardens. Victoria’s Wine Cellar is in the basement of the main house and features regal furnishings and its own separate entrance off the deck. Four-legged guests receive a pet package with a bag of homemade natural treats, waste bags, and a protective cover for furniture. During the day, Fido can play off leash at nearby Wildwood Dog Park.

Whispering Pines Bed & Breakfast permits dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night.


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The Retreat on Charleston Peak in Mount Charleston is a “pawradise” for dogs who want to get away from the lights of Sin City. From the Presidential Suite to standard stays, pups are welcome in a variety of rooms that all feature hardwood floors for easy cleanup and access to a shady outdoor space. This elegant, rustic lodge in Kyle Canyon is a short walk from Mount Charleston, which boasts 50 miles of pet-friendly hiking trails.

The Retreat on Charleston Peak welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.

New Hampshire

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Top of the Ridge Farm Bed and Breakfast in New Durham is a pet-friendly farm stay and B&B rolled into one. Four-legged innkeepers, Chelsea the St. Bernard and Moose the Golden Retriever, love welcoming friendly dogs into their beautiful home. Canine guests can stay in the Sergeant Libbey Room, a large space facing the front of the property with sliding doors that open to a large private deck and steps that lead down to six acres of meadows and forest. Pups receive a dog bed, bowls, plastic bags and extra towels at check-in.

Top of the Ridge Farm Bed and Breakfast allows two dogs for an additional fee of $45 per pet, per night.

New Jersey

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Planning a pet-friendly tour of the Jersey Shore? Be sure to book a pitstop at Highland House Cape May, an ultra pet-friendly historic B&B. The owners are dog lovers, and all of the rooms are decorated with canine-themed ornaments. The result is charmingly homey, so you may feel like you’re sleeping over at grandma’s house. Spend an afternoon lounging on the front porch, walk four blocks to the beach, or let Fido play with the other pet guests in the fenced yard. Pups are welcome to stay in all room types.

Highland House Cape May welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee.

New Mexico

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If you’re preparing for a trip to pet-friendly North Central New Mexico, reserve a night or two in picturesque surroundings at the Inn of the Turquoise Bear in Santa Fe. Constructed in Spanish-Pueblo Revival style, some rooms date back to the early 1800s. The inn showers Fido with all the creature comforts, including an in-room sleeping pad, food and water dishes, delicious welcome treats, and waste bags for potty breaks. Four-legged guests are permitted to play off leash in the lush one-acre garden located on the property grounds, then take a snooze on the inn’s spacious main patio.

Inn of the Turquoise Bear permits pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per night.

New York

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Inn at Lake Joseph in Forestburgh is a resort-style B&B in the Catskill Mountains. Guests traveling with pets can stay in a variety of rooms, including a private cottage with a grill and a private furnished sundeck, and gold level rooms with private entrances and fireplaces. Whichever room you book, you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the morning and access to a help-yourself kitchen at any time. Outside, explore miles of pet-friendly hiking trails and take a dip in the lake with your dog to cool off.

The Inn at Lake Joseph accepts pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per night.

North Carolina

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Oakland Cottage Bed & Breakfast provides a snug stay for people and pups visiting Asheville, one of the most pet-friendly cities in the U.S. There’s a room to suit every guest, including some with hardwood floors, easy access to the outdoor space, and private decks. Dogs can stay in every room in the B&B except The Little Garden Room #4. For more space, book one of the pet-friendly cabins on the property instead. The B&B is located just one mile from historic Biltmore Estate, so guests can explore the dog-friendly gardens before returning home to warm Fido’s paws in front of the fireplace.

Oakland Cottage Bed & Breakfast welcomes two pets of any size for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night.

North Dakota

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And I said, what about Bed and Breakfast at Tiffany’s? This beautiful historic home invites lovely Labs to Langdon, as long as they don’t mind sharing with the B&B’s three-pound Pomeranian greeter. Rooms start at $50 per night, which makes this an affordable choice for budget travelers crossing the gateway to North Dakota’s Rendezvous Region. Outside, there’s a peaceful fenced garden that your pooch is free to explore.

Bed and Breakfast at Tiffany’s accepts dogs of any size for no additional fee.


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Heartland Country Resort & Lodge in Fredericktown is a country escape that welcomes moseying mutts. Bring your dog along and soak up the beauty of the Ohio countryside together on a ten-acre farm with winding trails, a petting zoo, rolling hills, streams, and woodlands to explore. For the safety of farm animals who live on the resort, always keep Fido leashed when he’s roaming. He can still get his zoomies out when he plays off leash in the on-site fenced dog run.

Heartland Country Resort & Lodge allows two pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Nestled in a quiet valley, BarDew Valley Inn in Bartlesville is a scenic escape in The Sooner State. Dogs are welcome to stay in the New York Suite, a suave room with cozy furnishings, a gorgeous wooded view, and stylish accents. Human guests can devour a free country-style breakfast each morning, while pups chill in the room and relax. After breakfast, take a tour around 15 acres of private land together with trails for walking and a pond to cool off in.

BarDew Valley Inn welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Uncover the wonderful windswept beaches of The Beaver State when you book a stay at Seaside Oceanfront Inn. This Pacific Northwest getaway offers a number of pet-friendly options that range from cozy suites to big rooms with waterfront views. Outside, enjoy more ocean scenery from the garden or take an evening stroll on the Seaside Promenade. Cannon Beach, one of the best dog beaches on the West Coast, is just a short drive away.

Seaside Oceanfront Inn allows dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Battlefield Bed & Breakfast Inn in Gettysburg is a real Civil War-era farmhouse with a 30-acre nature preserve on the Gettysburg Battlefield. All 12 of the inn’s suites are pet friendly, with four of them offering direct outdoor access. This historic B&B is said to be haunted, but don’t be scared when you see a soldier in the morning. That’s just a Civil War reenactor arriving for the daily history program that you and Fido are free to attend. There’s nothing scary about the pet-friendly amenities either, which include walking trails, a huge lawn for fetch, and a one-acre fenced-in dog park.

Battlefield Bed & Breakfast welcomes dogs of any size for no additional fee.

Rhode Island

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Paws on Pelham in Newport is a dog-friendly inn located in the heart of Newport's Historic Hill neighborhood. This inn goes above and beyond for four-legged guests. All 13 rooms feature dog decor and include a whimsical dog bed just for Fido. He’ll also receive bowls, a pet mat, and treats at check-in. While he’s chowing down on yummy treats, his human companions can sample a complimentary grab-and-go breakfast.

Paws on Pelham allows dogs to stay for free.

South Carolina

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Book a break with your barker at Barksdale House Inn in Charleston. Every room in this historic inn allows four-legged guests. Take your pick from deluxe rooms with four-poster beds, cozy standard rooms, and premier rooms with hardwood floors. Dogs receive a treat at check-in and there’s a grassy relief area outside for late night potty breaks. When the inn was built in the late 18th century, many people used a horse and carriage to get around. You and Fido can try it out for yourselves on a narrated carriage tour with Palmetto Carriage Works.

Barksdale House Inn permits pets of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night.

South Dakota

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Bavarian Inn Black Hills in Custer offers visitors to the beautiful Black Hills region of South Dakota a place to rest their heads after a day of discovery. Book an exterior pet-friendly room with doors that open up into the outdoor space and give easy access to walking paths. If you’re around in the afternoon, head to the lobby for Cookie Happy Hour. Then, take Fido for a scenic wildlife drive on the 18-mile Wildlife Loop at Custer State Park. The closest entrance to the park is just five minutes from the inn.

Bavarian Inn Black Hills accepts two pets of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Soak up views of the Smoky Mountain foothills every morning at Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins in Greeneville. The B&B’s handsome Huskies welcome guests to share their personal playground for a few days and enjoy views of the Nolichuckey River from the front porch of a spacious pet-friendly cabin. Be sure to grab a homemade breakfast featuring jams and jellies made from homegrown berries before you head out for the day. While you’re there, cruise through Cherokee National Forest and find a woodland trail to explore with Fido.

Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $100 per pet, per stay.


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Southern hospitality abounds at the Inn on the Creek in Salado. Relax with your best friend in the landscaped gardens next to a gorgeous creek at this bed and breakfast in The Lone Star State. Guests with pets can choose between the spacious Tonkawa Room with Native American accents throughout, and Bungalow One, which features a private patio that’s just steps away from Critchfield Spring. Pups who enjoy retail therapy can join you for a spree at the Shoppes on Main Boutique Marketplace & Cafe.

Inn on the Creek welcomes dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Breathe in the fresh Utah air from the balcony or patio of your room at The Rim Rock Inn in Torrey. Pet-friendly rooms range from comfortable kings with epic desert views to private cabins with hardwood floors and easy outdoor access. For a unique national park experience, pick a variety of fruit from the 1900 heirloom trees at nearby Capitol Reef National Park. Then grab barbeque favorites or a slice of pizza from the inn’s attached restaurant, The Rim Rock Patio.

The Rim Rock Inn permits pets of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night.


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The Paw House Inn and Dog Friendly Cottages in West Rutland welcomes canine guests in all accommodations. Rooms range from simple suites to comfortable cottages, but they’re all canine-themed and feature a built-in dog bed. The inn also offers a wide variety of activities to keep you and your pup entertained. Go for a hike through wildflower fields, spend time together picking berries, or let Fido run off leash in the fully fenced dog park.

Guests who don’t bring a dog are charged $10, while Fido stays for free.


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Located just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, Blue Ridge Manor Bed and Breakfast in Cana is a welcoming setting for a weekend getaway in the mountains. Fido will feel like he’s wandered into a dog park when he’s greeted by the B&B’s loveable pack that consists of Zeus, Athena, Thor and Loki. The four-legged residents will be happy to take him on a tour of the hilltop property nestled on 36 private acres of land. Wake up each morning to forest or mountain views depending on which room you choose, and enjoy a hearty country breakfast.

Blue Ridge Manor Bed and Breakfast welcomes two dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night.


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Looking for a stand-in for a European vacation? Lodge with your Lab in the Bavarian-inspired town of Leavenworth at LOGE Leavenworth Downtown. Located in the Cascade Mountains, this laidback accommodation has a range of comfortable pet-friendly rooms with hardwood floors and a great communal area that has the feel of a dog-friendly hostel. Grab coffee and a bite to eat for breakfast from the on-site café, then rent a tube from Leavenworth Outdoor Center and float with Fido through the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Guests looking for a more secluded stay can book a private pet-friendly cabin at the riverside location instead.

LOGE Leavenworth Downtown allows dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.

West Virginia

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Experience a Southern-style mansion at the Bluefield Inn. Built in the early 1900s, the stunning property was used as a judge’s residence and an elementary school before it became a bed and breakfast. Three pet-friendly rooms feature hardwood floors, private entrances, and share a private deck. Hop in the car and drive the short distance to Pinnacle Rock State Park for pet-friendly hiking trails and a panoramic view of the region.

Bluefield Inn welcomes dogs to stay for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per stay.


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Lucy the Inn Dog is gracefully accepting canine guests at Crystal River Inn in Waupaca. Lucy is a playful Bernedoodle who loves nothing more than hanging out with pups and people who come to stay at her inn. Guests with pets can stay in pet-friendly cabins, including The Little House on the Prairie and The Granary, which are nestled in a private wooded area and feature a fire ring and outdoor games. Foodies will love waking up to an organic farm-to-table breakfast every morning. If you want to explore the water, paddle with your pooch down the river on one of the B&B’s kayak rentals.

Crystal River Inn allows dogs for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per stay.


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Robins Nest Bed & Breakfast is just five minutes away from downtown Cody. Hannah and Stella, a pair of precious pups who live in the “Rodeo Capital of the World'' year-round, are happy to share their space with other pups. A number of rooms on the second level with hardwood floors are pet friendly, but for easy outdoor access, book the deluxe queen room. See why so many outdoor enthusiasts flock to this region when you go whitewater rafting with your dog with Cody Wyoming Adventures.

Robins Nest Bed & Breakfast welcomes one dog of any size for no additional fee.

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