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South Coast region hotels, motels invite your pet to come on vacation

Hotel operators in south coast Maine, comprising the towns of Kennebunkport, Kittery, Ogunquit, Old Orchard Beach, York, and Wells, recognize the important role of the family dog or other family pets, and several pet-friendly hotels are available to welcome four-legged guests. Some dog friendly hotels prove their claim by furnishing dog beds, dog food, and information on convenient local walking trails.
Tidal Sunset - Sea View Inn - Old Orchard Beach, ME
Sea View Inn

65 West Grand Avenue Old Orchard Beach, ME, 04064 Phone: 207-934-4180 Toll-Free: 800-541-8439

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.
Rear Yard & Porch View - York Harbor Inn - York Harbor, ME
York Harbor Inn

Coastal Route 1A -- 480 York Street York Harbor, ME, 03911 Phone: 207-363-5119 Toll-Free: 800-343-3869

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.
Sloan's Bed - Waldo Emerson Inn - Kennebunk, ME
Waldo Emerson Inn

108 Summer Street Kennebunk, ME, 04043 Phone: 207-985-4250

Historic Kennebunk inn welcomes you and your furry companions

You want to visit picturesque coastal Maine, but you don’t want to leave Fido at home? Bring him along to the Waldo Emerson Inn, where pet-friendly rooms welcome your furry companions. Waldo’s Retreat, for example, a second-floor suite, looks out over a meadow and gardens and has a kitchenette. This historic bed-and-breakfast inn is close to sandy beaches, walking trails for every fitness level (and many with breath-taking ocean views) and Fido-friendly Kennebunkport with its antiques shops, boutiques, galleries and restaurants (yes, they have the best lobster in the world). The Colonial-era inn serves a gourmet breakfast and features a series of delightful bars, offering everything from candy to cocktails.
Canine Guest Benefits - Captain Jefferds Inn - Kennebunkport, ME
Captain Jefferds Inn

5 Pearl Street Kennebunkport, ME, 04046 Phone: 207-967-2311

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.