I have a mini-cavapoo named Zuzu.
Great stay!Westin National Harbor
Hotel is very nice, restaurant has excellent food, right on harbor walk. National Harbor is a fun, attractive community to walk around. I felt safe walking my dog at night. Parked for $20 a day a block away.
Great B&BBarksdale House Inn
Wonderful, friendly service from Tyler and Parker. Great location, charming decoration, and full breakfast included. Recommend--just call to check on available rooms--each is different. Disappointed my friend and I booked together but were in different buildings. My room in the carriage house was larger and brighter. Her room in main house was small and dark, on 3rd floor (no elevator), bed was uncomfortable. Parking reasonable at $7.50 a night.
I loved staying here!Kimpton Brice Hotel
I'm so glad I sprung for The Brice instead of staying in a motel outside the city. It's perfectly located in the historic district and very dog friendly and safe (I am traveling alone). They provide dog beds on request and you can leave your dog in the room as long as he/she is quiet. There is a well lit park within a block to walk dogs in. Refrigerator in room.
Serviceable, easy on-off to Rt 95Country Inn and Suites by Radisson Fredericksburg South
Country Inn is reasonably priced and ideally located if you are going up or down the 95 corridor. Staff was nice, room was clean and bed comfortable, engineered hardwood floors are great for dogs, love the microwave and refrigerator in room, and free grab and go breakfast. Big area to walk dogs, including an enclosed run, but many guests didn't clean up after their dogs--that is so gross and inconsiderate. Seems to be a truck stop. As a single woman with a small dog, I felt vaguely uncomfortable/unsafe here so wouldn't stay again.