3351 White Mountain HighwayNorth Conway, NH, 03860Phone: 603-356-3113Toll-Free: 800-525-9100
Planning a vacation in the mountains without your dog? This pet-friendly hotel says think again!
You’re planning a White Mountains vacation but leaving the dog at home? At Stonehurst Manor, they won’t hear of that! The stunning hotel in North Conway has pet-friendly accommodations, offering a Bring Your Pet Package that features a first-floor room with a private entrance, raised food and water bowls, treats and information on everything from dog-walking routes to area pet-care professionals and pet shops. You’ll even get a discount at a pet store/doggie bakery. Your pooch will love the hotel’s convenient access to a 15-kilometer network of trails throughout picturesque Whitaker Woods. (In the winter, they become part of a network for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.) In the summer, pet-friendly outdoor dining on the screened-in porch or patio is available.
Lots of trails means lots of tail-wagging when you and your pooch stay at this country inn
Trails through meadows and forests, up mountainsides and past meandering streams and ponds: What more could a dog want? At the Adair Country Inn and Restaurant, your furry friend is more than welcome in four pet-friendly rooms, one with a fenced-in yard; another with a private patio – and all outfitted with private dog bowls. On this splendid 200-acre former estate, you and your pooch can enjoy walking trails and gardens designed by the Olmsted Brothers (ask for a trail guide of the property) as well as an almost unending list of local scenic and hiking paths. The innkeeper will advise you on the best trails in nearby state and local parks and quaint villages. Take a gourmet picnic backpack and start exploring!
179 Carter Notch RoadJackson, NH, 03846Phone: 603-383-9111Toll-Free: 800-966-5779
Bring your dog (or dogs) along to enjoy the many trails of the White Mountains region
With trails galore in the area and spacious accommodations, the Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club is a welcome vacation destination for dogs who don’t want to be left at home when their humans are having fun. The hotel, surrounded by the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest, offers a limited number of dog-friendly rooms for up to two dogs per room with a total weight of 110 pounds or less. A trail leading to Eagle Mountain can be accessed from the parking lot, but other trails, for hiking or snowshoeing or cross-country skiing with your pet, can be found nearby. Ask at the front desk for suggestions. For human guests, the hotel features a popular tavern, a seasonal outdoor heated pool and a nine-hole golf course.
Mountain valley area a welcoming location for your furry traveling companion
If you took a survey of dogs, they’d no doubt tell you what every dog-owner knows: The Mt. Washington Valley is chock full of pet-friendly places to stay and things to do. There are country inns, resorts, campgrounds and townhouses that accept pets, many that are close to trails and waterways and offer everything from beds to special treats for your furry companions. Hiking options are plentiful, from walks along the Saco River to mountain climbs and wildlife sanctuary trails. And dogs are welcome at some unusual attractions, too, like guided canoe trips along the Saco River, in the scenic (summer) gondola at Wildcat Mountain and, after you drive Fido up the auto trail, outside the observatory at Mt. Washington. Click above to visit our website or call our friendly concierge at 800-337-3563 for more info on first class lodging and exciting events to plan your next adventure!
135 Main StreetNorth Woodstock, NH, 03262Phone: 603-745-3951Toll-Free: 800-321-3985
Inn, brewery put out the welcome mat for dogs; nearby trails make this location a pooch paradise
Can’t bear to leave the dog behind? At the Woodstock Inn Brewery, that’s not a problem. Dogs are welcome in certain rooms and in many of the inn’s vacation homes, some of which sleep up to eight people and have whirlpool tubs, full kitchens and fireplaces. Treats and bowls are provided, as well as cleanup bags. There’s a grassy area on the property that welcomes dogs, but, because of the inn’s location in the heart of the White Mountains, there are plenty of scenic hiking trails and parks nearby. And you’ll find plenty of merchants on area Main Streets who welcome dogs, too. Dogs are also welcome at outdoor tables at the brewery, so you can enjoy a fresh craft brew with your canine pal at your feet.
22 South Mountain DriveLincoln, NH, 03251Phone: 603-745-7500
No reason to leave your pet behind when you stay at this resort in the mountains
Should you plan to vacation in the mountains of New Hampshire without the family pet? Absolutely not! At the RiverWalk Resort at Loon Mountain, they have several pet-friendly, spacious suites available for one dog or cat of any size. That means everyone in the family can enjoy all the great outdoors in this vibrant region. For your dog, that might mean exploring the miles of trails in the breathtaking White Mountain National Forest, rewarding two- and four-foot hikers with jaw-dropping views. Or it might mean strolling through the area’s towns and villages, with many dog-friendly shops and outdoor eateries. Back at the resort, amenities for human guests include pools, hot tubs, an on-site winery and spa and La Vista restaurant, famous for its wood-fired pizza.
Dogs at this mountain resort are official members of the ‘Bed and a Bone Club’
Dogs are so welcome at the White Mountain Hotel & Resort that they have their own special club! Canine guests, official members of the Bed and a Bone Club, will be provided with a food/water bowl, waste cleanup bags, a dog toy, an organic dog treat and a discount for a local pet store. The beautiful, recently renovated four-season resort features a variety of excellent walking, hiking and biking trails that begin on or near the property. Take your pooch on a tour of covered bridges, waterfalls, great picnic sites and forests. And you’ll find several dog-friendly merchants and eateries in nearby downtown North Conway.