My Mom and I have traveled to The Paw House Inn six times since 2006. There are many places to travel with your dogs, but none as accommodating as The Paw House. When you arrive, you're given a list of restaurants and parks that a dog friendly (not all state parks in Vermont are). On our first trip, Mitch went through the park list with us to find the ones best suited to my 10 year old lab. Current vaccine records are a must, so you always know the other guests aren't sending your dog home with any added surprises. If your dog is comfortable with stairs I recommend, "Shakespeare's Retreat". It's a large room upstairs, with a sitting area and TV in a seperate nook. For the dogs & people more comfortable on the first floor, "Spot!" is a great room. It has a private back deck my dogs can't get enough of (If you have any concerns about a specific room; contact Mitch & he'll walk you through what will & won't work for your family). Go to breakfast! It's a good way to meet the other dog owners, and Mitch makes a killer omelette. Lastly, make sure you climb the hill in the backyard. It's a quiet beautiful area to sit with your friends and take in the Vermont view.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A beautiful and unique Bed and Breakfast/Hotel that caters primarily to dog lovers and their dogs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Paw House Hotel West Rutland