Pet Friendly Hotel in Missouri
Dog Friendly Lodging
Our pet friendly hotel in Missouri offers the perfect lodging for dog owners in select rooms. We know you love your fur babies as much as we love our Chocolate Lab, Lewis, which is why we have a package for your special companion when you arrive. They will be given a comfy dog bed, a traveling food bowl to take home, and treats are available. If you choose to stay in a dog friendly room at the Inn, we will deliver the treats to your room each evening!
Pet Friendly Wineries
Our guests frequently ask about how dog friendly the area wineries and distilleries are. The short answer is that most wineries and breweries allow dogs outside on their properties as long as they are leashed. We’ve added “Dog Friendly” at the end of each winery and distillery description on our website to help you plan your stay and encourage you to contact individual wineries for more specific details.
Book any of the following rooms, so your dog will have easy access to an exercise area.
Pay a $50 non-refundable cleaning fee per stay, if your reservation is less than 3 nights; dogs stay free with 3 or more night stays. We assign extra cleaning staff following a dog occupying a room and must know in advance that you are bringing a dog, so that housekeeping can schedule a total room clean following your stay. Dogs stay free in Patio Level Cottage Sunday – Thursday!
Agree to not leave your dog unattended any time during their stay.
When staying at the Inn, guests must not bring their dog into the kitchen or dining room areas and must request that their breakfast be delivered daily to their room.
Dogs may not be on beds, in jetted tubs, or hot tubs. We will provide them with their own personal bed.
Dogs must always be on a leash in any public area of the properties.
Pet owners pick up after their dogs and will be responsible for any damage to the property.
Any disturbances such as barking must be curtailed to ensure other guests are not disturbed.
Housekeeping will not enter the room for a makeup unless the dog is with the owner and on a leash.