Pet Friendly Hotels Feature: Christmas Cove Inn

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Pet Friendly Hotels Feature: Christmas Cove Inn

Pet Friendly Christmas Cove InnPet friendly Christmas Cove Inn, located in South Bristol, Maine, is a perfect getaway to use as a home base for day trips to an endless list of exciting destinations and activities available in mid-coast Maine. The Inn features an ocean observatory from which you can view Johns Bay Pemaquid Point and, on a clear day, Mohegan Island.

Innkeepers, Cheryl and Richard Munson have turned the Maine Christmas Cove Inn experience into an art form...an art form guaranteed to create lasting memories of your Maine holiday. Disarmingly charming, Cheryl treats you to warmth and love. Each room's warmth is enhanced with eclectic art and memorabilia gathered from a lifetime of world travels.

Pet Friendly Christmas Cove InnA short walk to the water and the local harbor makes a nice pet walk for all.  The smell of the ocean breeze will offer your pet all sorts of interesting curiosities.  A huge deck was built just for your pet to sit out and have a few drinks while watching the sunrise or sunset.  Humans are also allowed to accompany their pet.

Pet friendly Christmas Cove Inn features four sleeping rooms, each with queen beds, private baths with two-person tub and separate shower, DVD-VCR-CD, fireplace, microwave, and refrigerator. In one room, the private entrance opens into a small courtyard, which is convenient for people who travel with pets.

Christmas Cove Inn does not charge a fee for pets, they just ask that you notify them that you are bringing your pet.

If you are looking for pet friendly hotels and accommodations when traveling in Maine, stay at Christmas Cove Inn and you only have to unpack once.  Christmas Cove Inn is your base for day trips to easy-to-reach pleasure points such as Castine, Camden, Acadia National Park and Boothbay.

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