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Pet Friendly Hotels in Delaware

Many travelers couldn’t imagine hitting the road without their furry friends. Finding a trustworthy sitter or sending their four-legged family member to a kennel is just out of the question.

Pet Friendly Hotels and Restaurants on the Rise

According to a Delaware newspaper, dogs enjoy everything from pet-friendly watering holes to pet friendly hotels in “The First State.”

Al-fresco patio dining is no trouble. A special dog menu awaits at Hobos Restaurant + Bar at 56 Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach.  “We have dog bowls and dog beds,” says chef Gretchen Hanson. The meal is an organic chicken, rice and chopped vegetable bowl served on real china, she adds. The restaurant also hosts fundraisers for the Delaware Humane Society.   

A few doors down, Dogfish Head Brewpub offers pet pals complimentary Dogfish Head Dog Bark treats made from spent grain. “Our only rules are that we allow well-behaved dogs, and they must be on a leash,” said pub manager Jason Weissberg. “It’s a pet-friendly town and we certainly want people to enjoy their time with their favorite craft beer and food with their four-legged friends.”

Iron Hill Brewery at 147 E. Main Street in Newark has a dog “yappy hour” on Saturdays, where dogs enjoy water and treats as their owners enjoy a cold pint. Any dog is welcome, the staff says.

The Home Grown Café in Newark is another dog-friendly establishment. He says dogs are much like children and if the animal starts to get unruly, the owner will voluntarily leave.

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There are plenty of hotels that take dogs. Lazy L at Willow Creek invites all “housebroken, well-mannered and socialized dogs” to visit their B&B, which has a designated fenced-in play area, outdoor shower for canines, and dog sitting service.  

Blue Hen Bed and Breakfast in Newark is another one of the hotels that accept pets. They have a dog park with two fenced areas, an enclosed porch “pet lounge” with furniture and dog food bowls, and a ground-floor suite for guests with pets. “We’ve had lots of dogs here, from very little to a Swiss Mountain Dog,” says owner Amy Eschenbrenner. They have a resident Chocolate Lab and Golden Retriever who like to play with guests. Amy bakes dog treats, invites dogs to the den, and allows pets to be left unattended for up to three hours.    

It’s nice to know that pet friendly hotels and restaurants are on the rise.  Be sure to check out our list of the Top Ten Pet Friendly Hotels for 2013.

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