Many of the Charming Inns offer pet friendly hotel style accommodations.
The number of rooms, daily charges and policies are established by each Inn independently. All Inns require advanced booking of pet friendly accommodations.
Mount Engadine is perched above Moose Meadows and is surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. Hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing are all right out the back door. Recently its Music in the Meadow series named Engadine as ‘One of the top five coolest places in Canada to see a music concert’ by Pure Canada. Rates include all meals and dinner is served by whispering candle light, in the dining room overlooking Moose Meadows.Visit Website
We know that your family vacation often includes your pet, so we’ve set assigned certain rooms as “Pet Friendly”. Availability is limited so please contact the front desk to make your pet friendly accommodations reservation. Pet Guest Fee: $20 per pet, per night (up to $100 per stay). Please note, a portion of this Pet Guest Fee goes towards the local SPCA.Visit Website
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
We know your pet deserves a nice relaxing Alberta getaway too. We are pleased to accommodate your well behaved pet in the following dog friendly rooms: Creekside Cabin, Fireside Cabin, Stables Suite, Explorer’s Suite and Loft Suite. Extra charges apply: 1 dog $25 per night + GST and 2 dogs $35 per night + GSTVisit Website
The Heartwood Inn and Spa is a pet friendly accommodation in Drumheller. The Inn and Spa at Heartwood offers wood floors, spacious surroundings, quiet and safe grounds, bags for doggy doodoo and an animal loving staff. They have accommodated dogs of all sizes, birds, cats and even a rabbit. Please be advised that only their "Guest Houses" are pet friendly and daily pet fees apply.Visit Website
The Elkwater Lake Lodge is pleased to be a pet friendly hotel in Elkwater, Alberta. Dogs can stay for $10 per pet, per night. Cats are $15 per pet, per night.Visit Website
Perched at the base of Mt Norquay in national park woodlands, The Juniper is two kilometres from downtown Banff. For more than 60 years, Juniper guests have arrived with backpacks as well as suitcases, and throughout the day they see skis on the back deck, bags of climbing ropes, and plenty of bikes, smiles, and rosy cheeks. From the moment you arrive at this independently-owned hotel, their friendly and genuine staff will help you to discover the unique joy and wonder of Banff National Park. The onsite Juniper Bistro offers guests handcrafted meals that are the perfect complement to a day of hiking, cycling, skiing or downtown shopping. At The Juniper, Nature Feeds Well-Being.Visit Website