Categories: Recreation

Pet Friendly Places To Stay Around Oregon

Here’s a few pet friendly properties, many that go above and beyond to cater to animals.

The Vintages

Dayton, OR

Even pups need getaways (chasing stuff all day is tough work), and if they could talk, they’d probably say they want to go to The Vintages, where they get their very own pawesome package and plenty of outdoor space to run around to their heart’s content. This add-on features a fun plush toy and signature Vintages tennis ball to keep them occupied while you sip trailer-side on some wine. We’ve also remembered the necessities: dog bowls? – check, waste bags? – check, yummy treats? – yup, check! All you and your furry friend have to do is stay & play, we’ll take care of the rest.

This package comes complete with:

  • A vintage-inspired plush dog toy
  • Signature Vintages tennis ball
  • Water and food bowls for use during stay
  • Yummy treats
  • Waste bags

This package is included when you choose the Pet Cleaning Fee ($75) add-on when you book online.


Bend, OR

We love your four-legged friends! We have many dog-friendly rooms (please make sure to ask for a “dog-friendly room” at time of reservation) and they’ll be welcomed with our Dog Package.” This includes a special bed, doggie bowl, Dawg Grog and a chew toy. A pet fee of $50 applies, and dogs must be under 75 lbs. A maximum of two dogs are permitted. Doggy wash areas are available outside to clean your pooch after a day of adventure.

Surfsand Resort

Cannon Beach, OR

At the Surfsand, we love dogs as much as you do. That’s why half of our guest rooms are pet-friendly*! When booking your reservation, just let us know if you’re bringing your pal.  We’ll have a welcome basket waiting with pet bed, towel, sheet, placemat, doggie bags, and food and water bowls. Our Four-Paws Cookie Jar is stocked daily with tasty doggie treats, and a Foot and Paw Wash is located near our beachfront path. Need more doggie bags? Just ask at the Front Desk.  A fee of *$15 per pet, per night, does apply.

The Porter

Portland, OR

Recently opened in April, this 16-story resort has 297 locally inspired rooms, an expansive library and a spa and fitness center, featuring a luxurious indoor pool, jacuzzi and meditation spa. There are also four dining options. There will be an Italian Bar + Grill, lead by Chef AJ Voytko, a rooftop lounge with outdoor dining decks and fire pits, an Italian market with cured meats and paninis, and a Neapolitan pizza window with gourmet pizza for people on the go. It’s located near the Willamette River, iconic Tom McCall Waterfront Park and the Keller Auditorium, Portland’s epicenter of performing arts.

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