White Mountains region has plenty of hotels & motels that welcome the family dog
3351 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH, 03860
A personal note from the general manager with information on hotel pet services, local dog-walking routes etc. greets you. Our pet friendly rooms, located in the Mountain View Wing, offer access into the rooms from the ground level with amenities and services especially for travelers and their pets. Here at The Manor we do not only welcome your pets, we love them! We offer special treats for you and your pet, including our signature pet bowls to use during your stay. A per night fee of $25 will be assessed to guests traveling with pets. The fee covers the expenses associated with the extra special attention we pay to cleaning and maintaining your room so that it stays fresh for both pets and owners.
22 South Mountain Drive
Lincoln, NH, 03251
Pets are welcome at your vacation getaway in the White Mountains
Families and pets go together with wide open spaces and year round recreation. You can have it all in studio, one, two and three bedroom condominiums in the majestic White Mountains. Enjoy the comforts of home and the services and amenities of a scenic mountain resort. Situated across from Loon Mountain's South Peak with great skiing and in downtown Lincoln within walking distance to food, shopping, and entertainment. The kids will love the game room, the indoor/outdoor heated pool, skating rink, skiing and the highest concentration of natural and man-made attractions in the White Mountains, where you can take your favorite friend to get outside and run. In addition, the resort also features an on-site spa, Italian restaurant and winery.
179 Carter Notch Road
Jackson, NH, 03846
Happy trails for you & your pet at this gracious mountain resort
Looking for a pet-friendly getaway that your pooch will enjoy as much as you? Pet-friendly rooms with all the comforts are available at the Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club. Inside the room, there is one feature pets that you and your dog will both fall in love with: windows that actually open, letting in those wonderful mountain breezes. But you need to get out and enjoy that air! Luckily, Jackson and the surrounding area have plenty to offer in that regard, including trails in parts of the nearly 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest. Imagine you and your dog strolling through foothills, up slopes – even over a covered wooden bridge, then heading back to your comfortable, spacious room.