If traveling with your furry friend is on your list of things to do this summer then the first step is finding a pet-friendly place to spend the night. You might have the intention of traveling with your kitty but the facts can't be disputed: it's not always easy finding a place that's fully pet-friendly. Even more, it's tough to find a place that will cater to cats as well as dogs, especially when it comes to all that comes with them.
Luckily, the vacation planning process might be challenging but it's not impossible. If you're flexible with your vacation destination and are truly just looking to spend a few days away with your furry feline, we know the perfect places. Thanks to BringFido, discovering the perfect, pampered home away from home for both you and your cat is easier than ever. These places are worth planning a vacation around!
Asheville, North Carolina: The Pines Cottages
When it comes to a cozy little getaway, a cottage sounds like the perfect place to settle down and enjoy the small things. Asheville, North Carolina is full of things to explore and see so deciding to plan a trip here doesn't require much convincing.
The Pines Cottages make it easy to bring your ktity along with you, as well, and guests have a choice of a studio or a 2-bedroom booking for their stay. A fee of $15 is required per pet, per night, and the cottages allow two up to any size, which is a fantastic deal for those on a budget.
Mendocino, California: The Stanford Inn By The Sea
Mendocino is gorgeous and it's another vacation that requires no arm-twisting to book. he Standford Inn by the Sea rolls out the red carpet treatment for pets, with furniture cover sheets, bowls, treats, and even pet-approved towels included in every stay.
Each pet requires a $45 fee per stay, with additional pets requiring a $22.50 fee. Soak up the sights along the Mendocino Coast or stay lounging in the hotel, either way, this is sure to be a relaxing vacay for you both!
Palm Beach, Florida: Colony Palm Hotel
Palm Beach is a destination for lovers of the sun which also happens to describe cats pretty accurately. Any feline friend would be happy to stay at the Colony Palm Hotel, which is 4-star-rated and has upheld pet-friendly accommodations since 1947.
Soak up those rays poolside with your furry friend for $100 per stay, as long as they're under 25 pounds.
Sevierville, Tennessee: La Quinta Inn & Suites Sevierville Kodak
La Quinta is known for being pet-friendly and the location of Sevierville Kodak is perfect to do all of that nature exploring. Located not far from the Smoky Mountains, this hotel is the most affordable of them all with no additional pet fee.
The hotel also allows up to two pets to come with their owners, both weighing up to 75 pounds, at no additional cost. It's a great way to say some money and explore the quieter, calmer parts of Tennessee.
Sea Island, Georgia: The Cloister At Sea Island
According to BringFido, The Cloister at Sea Island is the most beautiful pet friendly hotel in the entire country. This high praise is well-deserved and it's clear from the moment that pet owners walk in that both they, and their furry friends, are in for a treat... or several.
The hotel permits two pets up to 35 pounds per stay, with a fee of $175. While you're ordering off the room service menu, your furry friends won't be left out - this hotel even offers a gourmet pet menu with offersing such as sushi and pad thai. All pet-approved, of course!
Little Rock, Arkansas: Rosemont B&B Cottages
Sometimes, a vacation just comes from the need for a little rest and relaxation. If this is the case, then the Rosemont B&B Cottages in Little Rock, Arkansas, are definitely the place to check into.
These cottages are adorable and perfectly fitting for animal lovers, with five out of six cottages offering private yards. One cottage, called May's Cottage, even has a dog run that cats would likely enjoy, as well. These cottages allow pets with no weight limit for an additional fee of $25 per stay.
Glendale, New York: Independence River Cabin
It's not every day that a cat loves being outside but if you do have an adventurous feline, then the Independence River Cabin is just the place for you.
Here, cats will enjoy taking in the sights (and bird-watching, although they probably have a different idea in mind) and sounds of the Great Outdoors. The cabin is cozy and cute and as long as the owner okay's it, cats are allow with an additional $80 fee.