I am a hotel girl. I know it sounds spoiled since I’m a pup who hikes and should like to ruff it, but I love a good hotel bed over camping any day. I was a rescue, and I’m done sleeping on the dirty ground in this lifetime. Mom says I throw tantrums when we camp because it’s not luxurious enough for me. She’s not wrong!
One of my favorite dog-friendly hotels to stay at is The Ashore Hotel in Seaside, Oregon. *This is not a sponsored post* The hotel is eco-friendly, and they love doggies of all sizes. We have a hard time finding good accommodations without high pet fees since I’m a larger dog. Discrimination! This hotel seriously loves big doggies. The hotel offers fun amenities for pups and people such as treats, local tea and coffee, fireplaces in the rooms, cozy robes, free DVD or board game rentals, and free bike rentals to ride around the beach. If you want to venture out of your room, the hotel also has a heated saline pool, a dry sauna, and a great bar. We love renting a movie, sparking up the fire, and having a cozy movie night after a long day at the beach. We love renting movies such as Overboard, The Goonies, and Free Willy, which were all filmed in this area of the Oregon Coast. The best part is that the hotel is right across the street from beach access, and the cute downtown area is a minute walk away.
Rating for Ashore Hotel:
I’ve rated the Ashore two paws up because they are loving to dogs and offer great amenities for both dogs and their people. The average night at the hotel is only $80 USD plus a pet fee of only $20 for any size pet. The amenities make the stay worth the extra pet fee. We stay here every time we go to Seaside, and we plan to keep up the tradition. We hope you are able to visit this hotel with your pup one day. Here is a link to the property in case you want to check it out: http://ashorehotel.com. Stay tuned for our next dog-friendly adventure.
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Happy trails pups!