Vermont Inn "Caters To The Unique Needs Of Dog Lovers"

Vermont Inn "Caters To The Unique Needs Of Dog Lovers"

Traveling can be complicated when you have pets. You worry that no one will care for them to your standards. While many hotels, motels and inns claim to be "pet-friendly," they really mean 'we will tolerate the presence of certain dogs - for a price.'

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Dog lovers hoping to explore Vermont can breath a sigh of relief. The Paw House Inn located in beautiful West Rutland not only caters to dog lovers, they also go way above and beyond to make sure the dogs themselves feel welcome and pampered!

They offer eight first class, dog-themed suites designed with all the creature comforts a human or pooch could ask for, including custom-built dog beds. They even charge a $10 fee for any guest with the audacity to show up without a dog!

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The Paw House Inn prides itself on offering doggy delights in all four seasons. Located just 15 minutes from the Killington ski area, the inn is a winter wonderland for snow-loving pups and their humans.

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There are countless cross-country, snow-shoeing and hiking trails that welcome dogs. Humans hoping to downhill ski can rest assured that their dog is being cared for in the lap of luxury at the inn's own doggy daycare, Mario's Playhouse which is included free with your stay!

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Come spring, the inn's sprawling property comes alive with color, featuring lilac bushes and an array of wildflowers in the outdoor sitting area.

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The 1786 home is adjacent to the mountains and offers a quaint nearby river plus its very own fenced-in agility course.

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Vermont is known for its endless summer activities including scenic hikes, picnics, swimming in its many lakes and rivers, farmers' markets, outdoor concerts and theaters, and plenty of dining options at dog-friendly restaurants.

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Fall is the ideal season to visit the Paw House for humans and pups. In addition to the breathtaking foliage, the weather is perfect for canines - not too hot and not too cold! Enjoy a scenic drive or go apple-picking with your pooch pal!

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To find out more about the fabulous Paw House Inn and book your stay, visit!


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