Family vacations are a must for everyone to relax, rejuvenate and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Vacations are extremely necessary to de-stress and spend some quality time with your loved ones. If you have a dog, then it will do you good to take it along as well. Besides, leaving your little pooch behind as you go on an escapade with your entire family is a hard thing to do. The good news is that dog-friendly cottages are becoming popular in the tourism sector, and many are sprouting across several states. Here are a few cottages which allow you to bring your dog.
Dog Bark park Inn B&B: The cottage is a beagle-shaped building, replete with comfort and a unique style. There are various dog-themed games and puzzles to keep you and your pooch thoroughly entertained.
Carolina Beach Oceanfront Condo: Oceanfront beach is a wide beach that is perfectly suitable for a family vacation. The condo comes with luxurious amenities that all of you can revel in. The sun, the beach and the sand, with your furry best friend beside you, the best vacation you could ask for.
Brasada Ranch: It is located in Bend, which is also known as the dog town of America for having the highest per-capita population of dogs in the world. Brasada Ranch is a 1800-acre property that has a wide array of dog friendly amenities. Go on an off-leash trek with your dog, suit your dog in a floatation vest or simply gaze the stars with your dog by your side.
Maumee Bay: At Maumee Bay State Park, you are allowed to bring your dog for a fee of $15 per night. They have several pet friendly guidelines and you are allowed to bring a maximum of two pets per cottage.
2 River Road Inn & Cottages: Your four-legged friend deserves a vacation as much as you do. After all, it showers you with unconditional love and keeps you entertained at all times. Book your cottage and take your dog on an exploration around the Southern Maine Seacoast.
Estes Park: The Rocky Mountain Resorts accommodation are pet-friendly and allow you to bring your dog along. You are required to take a prior approval and pay a reasonable fee of $15 per dog/per night.
Cabins of the Smoky Mountains: The Smoky Mountains don’t want you to leave behind your pooch at home, whilst you enjoy enjoy the sights of Gatlinburg. They have reasonable pet fees and don’t have any restrictions on the size or breed of your dog.