Ohio Pet Friendly Hotels Lodging

Ohio Pet Friendly Hotels & Lodging

With bustling cities like Cleveland and Cincinnati, wide open skies, expansive lakefronts, sun-dappled forests, and rugged mountain scenes, Ohio is a truly beautiful state. From great dining and night life, to fishing, and boating, to hiking and wildlife watching, there’s something amazing to do in the Buckeye State.

Ohio is also an ideal place to travel with a pet. There are many things to do here with a four-legged friend, from enjoying the scenery on a long drive through the country, to hiking through the woods or mountains, to fishing in a placid lake or rushing river. You can also relax with your dog on one of the state’s handful of dog friendly beaches.

There are plenty of pet friendly hotels and places to stay in Ohio when you visit, so whether you choose a romantic bed and breakfast, a charming inn, a mountain vacation home or condo rental, or a hotel or motel in the city, you’ll find something to suit your needs, and those of your pet.

Top 10 Pet Friendly Cities in Ohio
Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Akron, Dayton, Canton, Springfield, Mansfield, Dublin

Ohio Top Picks

Kent, Ohio
Econo Lodge Kent welcomes four-legged guests at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 2 55 pound or less pets are allowed in each room. The pet fee is $10 per pet, per night.
Maumee, Ohio
Comfort Inn Maumee - Perrysburgh Area is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring 1 pet no more than 20 pounds of pet. The pet fee is $25 per pet, per night.
Westlake, Ohio
Super 8 Westlake/Cleveland is pet friendly. The pet fee is $10 per pet, per night.
Bellville, Ohio
Mid Ohio Inn allows pets to accompany their people at their pet friendly accommodation. Up to 3 pets are welcome. The pet fee is $10 per pet, per night.
Fairfield, Ohio
Holiday Inn Express Fairfield is pet friendly. Guests are welcome to bring 2 pets.
Columbus, Ohio
All pets stay FREE at Motel 6. There is a limit of 2 pets per room. No breed or weight restrictions. Pets are permitted unless they pose a health or safety risk or are prohibited by law. Pets should not be left alone in your room. All pets and service animals must be declared at check-in.