The Best Pet Friendly Hotels in Napa Valley

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When you go on a family vacation, that means everyone comes; especially the pets! These hotels accommodate not only you, but your cuddly companions as well. They understand that furry ones are just as much a part of the family and part of the trip. So make Fido part of your stay by checking out these pet-friendly hotels in Napa Valley.

Scenic Walks to Tucker Out Your Dog

Image Source: The Meritage Hotel and Resort
The Meritage Hotel and Resort
875 Bordeaux Way
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 251-1900
TripAdvisor: 4 stars, 1,128 reviews

Owners are more than welcome to walk their dogs along paths behind the resort and help themselves to complimentary dog treats. Keep in mind, The Meritage Hotel and Resort’s pet policy has an 80 pound weight limit—any larger companions must stay at home.
Insider tip: The hotel’s onsite vineyards offers the perfect relaxing stroll for both you and your furry friend.

Happy Hour For All Guests

Image Source: Bardessono
6526 Yount Street
Yountville, CA 94599
(707) 204-6000
TripAdvisor: 5 stars, 954 reviews

You can see and sense the dog-friendliness as soon as you step, or trot, through the front doors—Bardessono goes above and beyond in pet friendly amenities. Keep an eye out for their pet package, dubbed “BarDOGsono,” planned to roll out in the next few months.
Insider tip: On the first Tuesday of every month from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., enjoy happy hour for you and your furry friend at the Dog Bar.

Enjoy Brunch With Your Buddy

Image Source: Napa Winery Inn
Napa Winery Inn
1998 Trower Avenue
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 257-7220
TripAdvisor: 4 stars, 337 reviews

The epitome of comfortable, Napa Winery Inn supplies dog friendly grounds and amenities, including a close proximity to trails, various dog walks, and Alston Park.
Insider tip: The FUME bistro patio onsite is dog friendly for lunch and brunch dining year round.

Dog’s Perfect Getaway

Image Source: Solage Calistoga
Solage Calistoga
755 Silverado Trail
Calistoga, CA 94515
(866) 942-7442
TripAdvisor: 4.5 stars, 687 reviews

A stay at Solage Calistoga presents no bounds for you or your four-legged friend. Hike a plethora of trails or explore nearby wineries, then at the end of the day come home to a spacious room where treats, amenities and even custom designed beds will be waiting for you and your canine.
Insider tip: You won’t have to bring any pet food or water bowls, as these are provided by the hotel.

Room to Stretch the Paws

Image Source: Chien Blanc Bungalows Tripadvisor
Chien Blanc Bungalows
1441 2nd Street
Calistoga, CA 94515
(707) 942-1655
TripAdvisor: 4 stars, 27 reviews
This old school style of vacation lodging takes convenience to another level for you and your companion. Chien Blanc Bungalows are located mere steps from downtown, provides water bowls and waste bags for your dog, and each bungalow even has a washer/dryer just in case Spot decides to get into some mud and use your clothes to dry off.
Insider tip: Located in the heart of Calistoga, go on a walk and grab a bite to eat at nearby pet-friendly restaurants like Barolo and Cafe Sarafornia.

The Life for Dog

Image Source: Carneros Resort and Spa
Carneros Resort and Spa
4048 Sonoma Highway
Napa Valley, CA 94559
(707) 299-4900
TripAdvisor: 4.5 stars, 812 reviews

Luxurious accommodations normally reserved for high-end chain hotels are found in spades here at the Carneros Resort and Spa. Whether you wish to relax by the pool, get in a workout, or dine at a fine restaurant, there are no shortage of options for all. Your pet can relax in style as well in one of their cozy rooms.
Insider tip: If your dog is active and loves running alongside you on a bike, they have complimentary bicycles for your use (available on a first come, first serve basis).

Fido’s French Getaway

Image Source: Lavender Inn
Lavender – A Four Sisters Inn
2020 Webber Avenue
Yountville, CA 94599
(707) 944-1388
TripAdvisor: 4.5 stars, 273 reviews

If you and your dog want an easy walk to downtown Yountville with all the comfort of Provence, this is the spot. Be social and hang out on the wraparound porch and garden. Or lounge with your pooch next to your in-room fireplace.
Insider tip: Only one of the rooms is dog friendly, and it’s in high demand. So plan ahead to snag that comfy spot for canine companion.

Don’t leave your four-legged buddy at home! Whichever Napa Valley lodging you choose, you and your pet can relax and create a truly memorable stay.

WineCountry Staff


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