There’s just nothing like staying at a bed and breakfast when you’re on your family vacation! This type of lodging usually offers private family rooms and a quaint atmosphere. Some having four or five rooms while others may have 10 or 11. The problem that some people run into is that some of the establishments do not allow pets. Here are some of the best bed and breakfasts in the United States that welcome the whole family, pets included!
Pet-Friendly Bed and Breakfasts In the US
The Town’s Inn- Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia
The Town’s Inn allows both kids and pets. They have one room called the Friendship Room that is pet-friendly. You’ll find this in at the heart of Harper’s Ferry Village, just feet away from the Appalachian Trail. The inn features two buildings: Heritage House and Mountain House.
Fireside Lodge Bed and Breakfast- South Lake Tahoe, California
The Fireside Lodge Bed and Breakfast is both pet-friendly and kid-friendly. They even have a fun marshmallow roast at night. Each of the rooms has a rustic, outdoor theme, complete with custom pine woodwork and crafted river rock fireplaces. The lodge is located 10 minutes from the casinos of South Shore and a quick walk from some of Tahoe’s finest dining establishments.
The Holiday Chalet Bed and Breakfast- Denver, Colorado
The Holiday Chalet Bed and Breakfast is dog-friendly, they even offer dog sitting services. The bed and breakfast was built in 1896 as a mansion for a wealthy jeweler, Henry Bohm. It is located just two miles from Downtown Denver and just a short walk from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Botanic Gardens.
The Lakehouse Inn- Lake Erie, Ohio
This inn allows children, but not pets. The Lakehouse Inn is situated on the southern shore of Lake Erie, and the property features the inn, complete with eight rooms, four cottages, restaurant, winery, and spa. The inn is just a short walk from The Strip, the oldest resort in Ohio, featuring eateries, shops, and arcades.
If you’re not planning a trip to one of these areas, you can still find pet-friendly bed and breakfasts at your destination. Here’s a tip: call the local tourism board. They may know of B&Bs that you may not find online. I know it seems like everyone has an online presence these days, but some smaller B&Bs may still go “old-school” and rely on word of mouth.