Maine pet and dog friendly lodgings, hotels & inns at beaches, lakes and cities
Maine's hotels, motels, inns
, and resorts
recognize the important role of a family dog, and several offer pet friendly hospitality, even including convenient maps of local dog walking trails. Call ahead to these ME hotels, because some lodgings request a refundable cleaning deposit and place limits on the size of visiting pets.
5 Pearl Street
Kennebunkport, ME, 04046
We know that pets are family, too
Even though your mate is not the only loved one in your household, many B&Bs and inns ignore that situation for their guests. Not us. Your four-legged friends are quite welcome here in our several pet friendly rooms -- though not in the main house -- all with direct access to the outdoors. In-house dog sitters are available (please make the arrangement before you arrive) as well as personalized dog treats, bowls and even doggie towels and sheets. (Don’t worry – we’ll supply as many pickup bags as you need, in case you forgot yours.) We do ask that your pets accompany you whenever you leave the property. Enjoy your strolls around beautiful Kennebunkport with Bowser, but be advised that there is a leash law.
159 Searsport Avenue
Belfast, ME, 04915
Bring the dog; there is room to roam
Our pet rooms have patio doors which open to our acres of back lawn with a view of Penobscot Bay. Enjoy the lawn and for more fun together check out the nearby picturesque coastal villages and harbors including Belfast, Camden, Castine, Boothbay Harbor and Bar Harbor. Acadia National Park is just 55 miles away. Complimentary hot breakfast is served each day in our spacious lobby overlooking the Bay. Please review our pet guides when making your reservation.
806 Spencer Pond Road
Beaver Cove, ME, 04617
Give Your Family Dog a Vacation From Pavement
As dog owners know, our pups are a force of nature. So why do many of them spend their lives on pavement and linoleum? Bring your dog with the rest of your family or friends to Spencer Pond Camps, a rustic, remote, corner of paradise. No electricity, so your dog will need his nose to find his bed after lights-out. Cabins have cozy furnishings, quilts, cooking facilities, wood stoves, screened porches. Your pup can lounge on the dock, climb aboard a canoe (provided by the camp, along with kayaks and mountain bikes), join you for a mountain hike, watch you haul in fish, and stretch in the grass as you watch the star-decked sky unfold itself after dark and listen to the loons putting their day to rest.
31 Atlantic Avenue
Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538
Walkin’ the dog at scenic Boothbay Harbor
Bring your favorite pet and enjoy the sights, sounds, and salt air along Maine’s rocky mid coast in scenic Boothbay Harbor. Pet friendly rooms are available for just $20 per animal per night. A great location with a low key attitude, incredible views and endless places to walk, you’ll find casual comforts in 60 non smoking guest rooms with private balcony or patio, coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs, fridges, microwaves and free WiFi. Enjoy a complementary buffet breakfast and onsite, wines, beers and cocktails along with great seafood at the Sunset Bar and Grille. The waterfront is the perfect place for some exercise and serious shopping, and you’re just a short walk to and over the Boothbay Harbor's famous wooden footbridge.
139 Richardson Street
Bath, ME, 04530
Every member of your family, including pets, is welcome at the Residence Inn, conveniently located off RT. 1 in Historic Bath, Maine. This all-suite hotel offers studio, one- and two-bedroom suites that feature full kitchens, a flat screen TV, wifi, and separate living areas for sleeping, working, dining and relaxing. Complimentary breakfast is available daily. Nearby attractions include Maine Maritime Museum (1 mile), Bath Iron Works (1/2 mile), Popham and Reid State Parks (15 miles), Brunswick Landing (5 miles) and more. Guest can also enjoy the unique shopping outlets highlighted by Downtown Bath’s Front and Center streets (awarded one of the top 10 Front Streets in America), as well as the 24-hour Freeport LL Bean Factory Outlets.
Coastal Route 1A -- 480 York Street
York Harbor, ME, 03911
Pet Friendly Luxury Inn
To make your pet feel at home, away from home, we supply blankets, food and water bowls, trash bags, walking maps, treats, and lists of pet friendly beaches in our area. Our luxurious Historic 1730 Harbor Crest Inn Is part of the York Harbor Inn Family of Inns. Several rooms with fireplaces, Jacuzzi spa tubs. At the Main Inn you will find award winning gourmet ocean view dining plus casual fireplaced Ship’s Cellar Pub. Walk to beach, convenient to golf, Kittery Outlet Shopping, whale watching, lobster boat tours, kayaking and area lighthouses. The perfect Maine getaway is just over one hour north of Boston. Open year round. See last minute “Internet Specials” on web site.
468 Fore Street
Portland, ME, 04101
Pets are treated like family at this Maine coast hotel
Enjoy a memorable stay and bring your pet along for the joys to be found in this pet friendly hotel and eminently walkable port city on the Maine coast. Cozy deluxe rooms and suites have every comfort and amenity. And with advanced notice and $25 extra per night, the hotel offers special services to you and your pet including pet sitting and dog walking, and information on dog parks, beaches and trails. Eve’s on the Garden serves breakfast, lunch and dinner right in the hotel. And you’re minutes from every magical attraction Portland has to offer. Get out on land or water and explore Maine’s maritime past, shop till you drop, visit museums, and don’t’ miss the ICE BAR.
65 West Grand Avenue
Old Orchard Beach, ME, 04064
Vacation with your pet in fall, winter or spring
Traveling with a canine friend? At Sea View Inn in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, pets are welcome in fall, winter, and spring. For just $10 a night (plus a $100 security deposit) Fido can sleep beside your bed. The Maine Seacoast is a great place for explorations with a dog at your side. Walk the length of our historic pier or our seven miles of beautiful sandy beach. In the fall drive the back roads to Portland, Freeport, Kittery, and York, and admire the colorful foliage along the route. Many towns in the area feature historic lighthouses -- great walking destinations. Return to the inn for an outdoor barbecue. We've got gas grills for your use. Or walk to one of the nearby Grand Avenue restaurants for lobster or clams.
10 Water Street
Brunswick, ME, 04011
Woof and Meow spoken here
Pet lovers, you and your furry cat or dog are welcome here. The pet loving owners have a limited policy regarding pets keeping the other guests’ preferences and comfort in mind. With advanced notice at the time of booking, you can reserve one of the designated rooms in Maine’s newest lifestyle luxury hotel. You’ll find stylish and luxurious rooms and suites, a delicious daily breakfast, coffee and tea “anytime,” a business center, pantry, high speed wireless internet access, and a fitness facility, Enjoy the finest in comfort food at the hotel's newly redesigned Coast Bar + Bistro featuring multiple large HD TVs. To ensure that you and your pet have the time of your lives, note that pet rooms are subject to availability. Read more here about the pet policy
733 Post Road
Wells, ME, 04090
Clean, well kept & behaved, non-barking, friendly dogs are welcome!
Sea Mist has limited and specific accommodations. Currently there are 4 rooms available for guests traveling with pets. To ensure availability be sure to call ahead to reserve a designated “Pet Room”. Our designated “Pet Rooms” offer you and your pet comfort and convenience and help safeguard guests who may be subject to pet allergies.
We strive to deliver quality & affordable accommodations and ask that pet owners refrain from using guest towels for pets or allowing pets on beds or other furnishing. If you forget to bring items from home we have loaner pet towels and bedding. Daily maid service is required for all pet rooms. Leashed dogs are allowed on Wells Beach. Mid-June thru mid-September dogs are allowed only before 8AM and from 6PM-8PM.
67 Atlantic Highway
Lincolnville, ME, 04849
All the nature your pet can handle
Good boy and girl dogs are welcome to this natural wonderland by Penobscot Bay. For an additional $50 fee, the resort has a limited number of pet friendly cabins available. The whole family will enjoy the scenery and terrain on 387 picturesque acres on the side of a mountain. There are places to walk, hike, play fetch, roll over, stay, and just enjoy time away together. You’ll have your own authentic Maine pine log cabin with all the amenities of home plus daily housekeeping and access to a doggy bag full of guest services and endless, year-round recreational activities. The fitness and recreation complex and bowling center just might say it all. Great food, local shopping and sightseeing are on the menu whenever you arrive. Call ahead to ensure availability and review pet policies.
8 Country Inn Way
Rockport, ME, 04586
Certified pet and people friendly
Here’s the place in for you and your favorite pet, part of a select group of accommodation providers that cater to the pet-toting traveler. Independently certified by “Pets Can Stay” as meeting or exceeding all certification criteria and only minutes from downtown Camden and Rockport, you’ll find 46 nicely appointed suites/rooms with two queen beds or a king size bed, sleep sofa, air conditioning, in-room coffee service, refrigerator and private deck or patio area. Eleven cabin suites are available each summer. The heated indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna are open to entire family while the exercise facility is open for adult guests and features a full line of equipment. Nearby are low traffic jogging or walking routes. Each morning enjoy an extensive continental breakfast.
16 Bay View Street
Camden, ME, 04843
Your Friends Are Our Friends; Bring Your Dog!
At the luxurious and hospitable 16 Bay View Hotel in downtown Camden, any friend of our guests is a friend of ours. And that includes your pet dog, who, let’s agree, likes a Maine vacation just as much as you do. 16 Bay View Hotel welcomes your dog with open paws. The hotel’s Pampered Pooch Accommodations includes a comfortable dog bed, dog treats, a helpful list of outdoor recreational activities in the area, and resources for doggy day care. The hotel welcomes dogs of any size, but requests a limit of no more than two pooches per room. Several rooms are designated pet friendly; when you make your reservation, please let us know to expect a canine visitor. Behind-the-ears rubs are always complementary.
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24 Main Street
Camden, ME, 04843
Pampered pooches make for happy humans
Any hotel can say it is pet friendly. But only one boasts its own Director of Pet Relations. The Lord Camden Inn’s “Pampered Pooch Program” promises a warm greeting and an affectionate rub behind the ears for your pet friend. Fun amenities and services include a plush fleece dog bed, gourmet biscuits, food and water bowl, and a welcome packet with a list of local companies that make traveling with a pet a whole lot easier and others that supply tasty treats and stylish amenities. There is a $25/pet/night fee for guests with dogs and a maximum of two dogs allowed per room with several rooms designated as pet friendly. To ensure that you and your pet enjoy your stay, please inquire about our Pampered Pooch Program when making your reservation.
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80 Commercial Street
Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538
Your pet deserves a waterfront getaway too!
Located directly on the waterfront in beautiful Boothbay Harbor, Maine, our inn offers deluxe guestrooms with modern amenities and views of the working waterfront. Most have a deck or balcony (some private) and most rooms face (or are over) the water. Looking to travel with your pet? Our hotel has 3 pet friendly guest rooms, with great views of the outer harbor. When you check in with Fluffy or Fido they receive a pet welcome bag, and pet blankets are available upon request. Our marina is also happy to accommodate your pet, in fact a dog or two can be seen living aboard some of our seasonal boats.