Dog-Friendly Vermont B&B

The Paw House Inn • West Rutland, VT

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Escape Kit

  • A Two-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Dogs in the Good Dog, Shakespeare's Retreat, Spot, or Bad Dog Room, Sundays through Thursdays, with Daily Three-Course Breakfast for Two Humans ($248)
  • Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Dogs in the Bark Avenue Suite, Sundays through Thursdays, with Daily Three-Course Breakfast for Two Humans ($268)
  • Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Dogs in the Good Dog, Shakespeare's Retreat, Spot, or Bad Dog Room, Fridays and Saturdays, with Daily Three-Course Breakfast for Two Humans ($330)
  • $25 Gift Certificate to Table 24
  • Unlimited Use of On-Site Dog Park
  • Welcome Basket with Local Vermont Products

The Destination
Nestled in a majestic valley of Vermont's Green Mountains, the charming Rutland region provides easy access to hundreds of dog-friendly hiking trails, outdoor activities, farmers' markets, many eclectic restaurants, galleries, theater, and more. The region is quintessential Vermont—offering escape, relaxation, and adventure for every human and canine visitor.

The Digs
The Paw House Inn, situated on several acres in West Rutland, caters exclusively to the unique needs of dog owners and their dogs. Choose from four rooms, each with a private bathroom, a cozy bed for humans, a TV, wireless Internet, air-conditioning, and a separate plush bed for your dog. Or, upgrade to the Bark Avenue Suite, which lands you and your pooch a California king-size bed, private entrance, and a private porch.

In the morning, sit down to a three-course breakfast for humans, where the menu may include homemade waffles topped with fresh fruit and Vermont maple syrup or made-to-order omelets. You'll also receive other tasty treats during your stay, including a welcome basket featuring local Vermont products.

The Diversions
The Green Mountain Region offers hundreds of miles of dog-friendly hiking trails and activities
Have a ball at Paw House Park, the inn's on-site dog park with agility course and easy access to hundreds of acres of private trails
• Take advantage of Mario's Playhouse, the inn's 24/7 on-site dog facility
Tuck into lobster mac 'n' cheese, a roasted beet salad, or slow-roasted prime rib at Table 24

  • "Breakfast was delicious, [and] the room was spotless (not even one dog hair that wasn't ours). It's a warm and wonderful way to travel with your dogs, and you know they are well taken care of while you explore Vermont shops and restaurants without them."

    -- TripAdvisor

Location

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    1376 Clarendon Avenue West Rutland, VT 05777
    802-558-2661 | get directions

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the fine print

  • Limit 1 voucher per reservation; vouchers cannot be combined to extend stay
  • Valid for stays until June 15, 2013
  • Reservations required and subject to availability
  • Not valid on group or existing reservations
  • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
  • Blackout dates are May 24-26
  • Based upon double human occupancy and two dogs; additional humans and dogs are welcome in some rooms for a small fee
  • Pets required
  • Voucher includes daily three-course country breakfast for two, a $25 gift certificate to Table 14, unlimited use of on-site dog park and a welcome basket with local Vermont products
  • Nights must be used consecutively
  • Taxes are not included and will be collected at redemption
  • All deal components must be redeemed during one stay
  • Other conditions apply • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON June 15, 2013 • Enjoy By June 15, 2013
$248

Original Price: $495

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